Limitações teóricas da literatura convencional sobre impactos regionais de política monetária
The aim of this paper is to analyze the theoretical limitations of the mainstream’s Works related to the regional impacts of monetary policy. After a general presentation of the conventional framework, followed by the typology proposed in Dow & Rodríguez-Fuentes (1997), we present our arguments based on the Post-Keynesian theory against the traditional approach. In our view, the Post-Keynesian framework is the most appropriate for analyzing this type of dynamics. Its theoretical elements have the best explanation for the dynamics of the monetary policy at a regional level, once they take into account the role played by uncertainty and liquidity preference of economic agents and institutions, which are essential for the understanding the regional economics in a "center – periphery” context.
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