Investors’ Confidence and Investment Period: Key Variables for Interest Rate Policy Effectiveness

  • Shame Mukoka Bindura University of Science Education
  • David Chibhoyi Manicaland State University
  • Tafadzwa Machaka Manicaland State University
Keywords: Interest Rates; Investors Confidents; Investment period

Abstract

This monograph seeks to augment works by both contemporary and conventional economists, on the effectiveness of interest rates on money supply in an economy. This paper, presents the significance of investors’ confidence and investment period as key variables on ensuring the effectiveness of interest rate as a policy for regulating money supply in an economy.

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Published
2021-03-23
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