monetary theory

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Dynamic Monetary Theory and the Phillips Curve with a Positive Slope.
While he has received international recognition--he served as the president of the Mont Pelerin Society between 1994 and 1996, for example--the bulk of his work was targeted at a French audience, with substantial contributions focused on Austrian monetary theory, the political philosophy of classical liberalism, fiscal affairs, and other subjects.
In the first article of this issue, Lord Adair Turner describes how monetary theory and central bank policy and practice have had to change in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis.
Modern monetary theory first arose at the University of Salamanca during the second half of the sixteenth century through the combined efforts of Neo-Scholastic thinkers like Martin de Azpilcueta, Diego de Covarrubias, Tomas de Mercado, Gonzalez de Cellorigo, and Luis de Molina.
Marjorie Grice-Hutchinson, The School of Salamanca: Readings in Spanish Monetary Theory 1544-1605 (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1952).
The body of work now being produced by one particular branch of post-Keynesian economics--modern monetary theory, or MMT--poses a devastating challenge to the reigning orthodoxies.
s critique of post-Keynesian monetary theory, the Eurozone economic and monetary union, economic policies, and economic structures.
So many of the hot topics discussed in my monetary theory classes in the 1970s disappeared or became mere historical footnotes in the later years.
David Mint is happily married with two children and lives in Portland, Oregon where he has pondered monetary theory and other less pressing but infinitely more entertaining matters since 2006.
In 1997, I was teaching monetary theory to an A-level cconomics class where the mathematical concept of direct proportion underpins the theory (if you double one variable, you double the other variable etc).
An example of rigorous exegetical work backed by erudition in eighteenth-century British and German philosophy and literature and, more widely, the history of philosophy and contemporary literary theory, Sng's book employs critical modes ranging from monetary theory to etymology to political thought, opening up new ways of thinking about knowledge-production and its entanglement with movements of error during and since the eighteenth century.
She didn't invent the monetary theory she used to change Britain: that was Hayek.