Inflation and the Theory of Money
The general price level; Prices and the laws of exchange; Employment and the price level; The keynesian theory of inflation; Alternative approaches to the theory of inflation; Business behavior and the price level; Wages, earning and the demand for labor; Money and assets; Money, velocity and income; The process of inflation; Inflation and economic policy.
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