Quantitative essays in italian monetary history
FrancoAngeli - Business & Economics - 222 pages
Italy, amongst the major industrial economies of the past century, has not been studied with the same analytic focus of similarly sized economies like France or UK. Finally, Italy's economy holds peculiar features that make its experience with market discipline and macroeconomic policies over the centuries a unique case study in the long-lasting debate over the optimal design of monetary policies.
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THE LONG RECORD
AN EMPIRICAL AND DOCUMENTARY ANALYSIS
A COMPARISON OF THE EXPERIENCE IN THE US UK AND ITALY
5 FISHER BARRO AND THE ITALIAN INTEREST RATE 18451990
THE ITALIAN CASE
EVIDENCE FROM HISTORICAL DATA
8 THE PHILLIPS CURVE AND THE ITALIAN LIRA 18611998
QUESTO LIBRO TI È PIACIUTO?
I NOSTRI CATALOGHI
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