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The Money Supply in the Economic Process
A Post Keynesian Perspective. The International Library of Critical Writings in Economics Series No. 60
The editors of this important collection bring together a selection of previously published articles which outline the role of the money supply in the economic process from a post Keynesian perspective, paying particular attention to the writings of Kaldor. The volume begins with literature which evolved since the Radcliffe Report, whilst the remaining chapters are divided into sections on the Post Keynesian Critique of the Monetarist Positions, Reactions to the 'Monetarist Experiment' and The Recent Post Keynesian Debate.
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'... an interesting mix of papers on a clearly defined theme, some of which served as a nostalgic reminder of how dramatically monetary policy debates have changed since the 1970s, let alone the 1950s.' -- Roger E. Backhouse, The Economic Journal