Austrian perspective on public policy too big to fail

Task Too Big To Fail The current big economist in Australian culture can be divided into Rothbardians and monetary equilibrium(ME). ME is some how confusing, but the two theories suggest that monetary equilibrium is attained when the money supplied is equivalent to the money demanded. The two approaches differ on the methodology of making adjustment for equilibrium to be attained (Horwitz). Rothbardians suggest that any supply of money is the best as long as it is above the necessity to make transactions. Rothbadians suggests on the reservations of gold which connects to holding the supply of money. They hold the supply of money constant looking at the price changes in order to bring equilibrium though the changes in claim for money (Richard).Monetary equilibrium suggests that a perfect monetary system must be designed to develop, and contract the supply of money that will stop changes in claim to hold money that will affect its value. Monetary equilibrium considers money as something by its self because it does not have any price. Money is part of the exchange of everything, thus changing the worth of money results in changing the price of everything (Baily and Litan). It is irrational to change the price of everything in connection to the economy because it may cause inflation or deflationary recession. Increasing the quantity of money results in decreasing the value of money, thus few people will benefit from the expense of others. Monetary equilibrium suggests for a system that rely on supply to hold money in response to changes in demand than a system that relies on price changes to respond in changes in demand (Roundtree). Both Monetary equilibrium and Rothbadians agree that the total price levels ought to fall for the increment of productivity. The increase in total price level is experienced when there is scarcity of goodsWorks cited Horwitz, Steven. Working Paper. The Great Recession And Its Aftermath From AMonetary Equilibrium Theory Perspective. 2010. Web. October 28, 2011.Available At: The article talks about the sources of business fluctuations and suggests that it is caused by monetary in disequilibrium. The article suggests that unnecessary intervention in the banking sectors nearly caused financial systems to fall. Richards, Dan. Advisor Perspective. Simon Johnson On The Unconscionable Risks We Face. 2011. Web. October 28, 2011.Available At: the article talks about the international approach of stabilizing financial systems is through the banks. The article suggest that capital is a shock absorber that banks use against losses.Baily, Martin And Litan, Robert. Regulating And Resolving Institutions Considered Too Big To Fail. 2009. Web. October 28, 2011.Available At: The article suggests that the financial systems have to be restored in order to stabilize the economy. The article addresses the strategies of attaining healthy financial systems by answering four questions. Roundtree, Jacob. An Austrian Challenge To Public Choice Theory: The Case OfJapan’s Lost Decade. Web. October 28, 2011.Available At: The article talks about how the economy of the Japanese fell when they tried to appreciate their currency against the dollar. The article describes the strategies that were used by the japans to stabilize their economy.