Money and Markets: A Doctrinal Approach

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Maria Cristina Marcuzzo, Alberto Giacomin
Taylor & Francis, Apr 19, 2007 - Business & Economics - 272 pages

This book brings together fourteen essays by leading authors in the field of economics to explore the relationship between money and markets throughout economic theory and history, providing readers with the key to understanding fundamental issues in monetary theory and other important debates in contemporary economics.

Addressing this popular and topical area in economic discussion and debate an impressive array of contributors, including Meghnad Desai, Charles Goodhart and John Davis examine the theory, policy and history of economics in the USA, Europe and Japan. The subjects covered include:

  • the history of economic thought
  • money and banking
  • monetary economics
  • poverty
  • modern economic history.

This volume is essential reading for postdoctoral researchers and historians of economic thought across the globe.

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About the author (2007)

Maria Cristina Marcuzzo is Professor of Political Economy, University of Rome, La Sapienza.

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