Modern Theories of Money: The Nature and Role of Money in Capitalist Economies (Google eBook)

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Louis-Philippe Rochon, Sergio Rossi
Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2003 - Business & Economics - 588 pages
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Contents

Means of Payment or Store of Wealth?
3
2 Endogenous Money Banks and the Revival of Liquidity Preference
18
An Endogenous Money Perspective
41
The Case for AssetBased Reserve Requirements
67
5 Seigniorage or Sovereignty?
84
6 Asymmetric Information Credit Rationing and the Stiglitz and Weiss Model
103
THE THEORY OF THE MONETARY CIRCUIT
113
Post Keynesian and Circulation Approaches
115
13 An Internal Critique of General Equilibrium Theory
265
A Final Rejection
295
15 Circuit Theory as an Explanation of the Complex Real World
322
16 Money and Banking in a Monetary Theory of Production
339
17 On the Macroeconomic Foundations of the WagePrice Relationship
360
18 Involuntary Unemployment and Investment
384
FURTHER CONTRIBUTIONS TO MONETARY ANALYSIS
409
Notes on the Monetary Theory of Production
411

8 Thinking of the Economy as a Circuit Biagio Bossone1
142
Some Preliminary Evidence
173
Rereading Marxian Monetary Theory
198
11 How Heterodox is the Heterodoxy of Monetary Circuit Theory? The Nature of Money and the Microeconomics of the Circuit
219
An Alternative Interpretation
246
THE THEORY OF MONEY EMISSIONS
263
Minsky as a Post Keynesian Hayekian
475
21 A Primer on Endogenous CreditMoney
506
22 The Gold Standard and CentrePeriphery Interactions
544
Name Index
561
Subject Index
567
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