A Handbook of Alternative Monetary Economics

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Philip Arestis, Malcolm C. Sawyer
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2006 - Business & Economics - 524 pages
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Consists of over 30 major contributions that explore a range of work on money and finance. The contributions in this handbook cover the origins and nature of money, detailed analyses of endogenous money, surveys of empirical work on endogenous money and t
 

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Contents

an alternative story
1
accommodationist
17
structuralist
35
empirical evidence
52
5 Chartalism and the taxdriven approach to money
69
6 French circuit theory
87
7 The Italian circuitist approach
105
8 The theory of money emissions
121
17 The theory of interest rates
273
18 The role of banks in the context of economic development with reference to South Korea and India
291
19 Credit rationing
307
20 Liquidity preference theory
328
21 Financial liberalization and the relationship between finance and growth
346
22 Deregulation
365
23 Banking and financial crises
385
24 A postKeynesian analysis of financial crisis in the developing world and directions for reform
403

9 Keynes and money
139
10 Minsky on financial instability
154
11 Kalecki on money and finance
172
12 Karl Marxs theory of money and credit
188
a critical review
205
14 Monetary policy
224
15 Monetary policy in an endogenous money economy
242
16 Central bank and lender of last resort
258
25 Financial bubbles
420
26 Keynesian uncertainty and money
438
27 Speculation liquidity preference and monetary circulation
454
28 Money and inflation
471
the property explanation
490
Index
509
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