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Monetary Economies of Production


  • Louis-Philippe Rochon
  • Mario Seccareccia


The central focus of this book is the relationship between money, the sphere of production, and the State. It explores how best to adapt the fundamental ideas of the circulationist perspective to achieve a better understanding of the financialisation of the production processes within contemporary capitalist economies. Importantly, the expert contributors illustrate that the true challenge ahead is to address how these new emerging forms can be eventually tamed, a challenge that the recent financial crisis has forcefully proven essential.

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  • Louis-Philippe Rochon & Mario Seccareccia (ed.), 2013. "Monetary Economies of Production," Books, Edward Elgar Publishing, number 14862, June.
  • Handle: RePEc:elg:eebook:14862

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    1. Nell,Edward J., 1998. "The General Theory of Transformational Growth," Cambridge Books, Cambridge University Press, number 9780521590068, November.
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    3. Zdravka Todorova, 2015. "A Veblenian articulation of the monetary theory of production," Working Papers PKWP1501, Post Keynesian Economics Society (PKES).

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