Each volume in this series includes a collection of authoritative essays from the New Palgrave: A Dictionary of Economics, selected by the Editors to illustrate the range and diversity of economic thought on a particular topic.
Money is a subject that has been at the center of economic debate over the centuries, providing a striking illustration of the interaction between practical polices and the development of theory. This volume follows the course of that debate from the Bullionist Controversy of the Napoleonic period to the disputes between Keynesians, monetarists and "new classical macroeconomists," tracing the evolution of theory and doctrine over nearly 200 years.
- February 1989
- 6.2 × 9.3 in
/ 340 pages
- Territory Rights: USA and Dependencies, Philippines and Canada.
Also by John Eatwell
Also by Murray Milgate
Also by Peter Newman