Money and banking, Business Economics

First, explain the concepts of income, wealth and money and show how each is related to the other. Next, explain the concept of the monetary base and indicate its economic significance. Do you think that, for monetary policy purposes, the Bank of Canada (Canada's central bank) should control the monetary base or bank reserves? Explain carefully.

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