A noção de incerteza nos pós-keynesianos e institucionalistas: uma conciliação possível? [The concept of uncertainty in Post-Keynesian theory and in institutional economics]
What we show is this article is that there is a link between Post- Keynesian theory and Institutional Economy. This link can help us (i) to understand the instability of the monetary economies and (ii) to oberve the relevance of the institutions in the coordenation process of the monetary economies.
Volume (Year): 11 (2001)
Issue (Month): 1 (July)
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