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Vigencia de las Contribuciones de Milton Friedman en Teoría y Política Monetaria

  • Francisco Rosende
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    La contribución de Milton Friedman en el ámbito de la Teoría y Política Monetaria está íntimamente asociada con el concepto de 'monetarismo', de acuerdo con el cuál los movimientos de la cantidad de dinero tienen un efecto importante sobre la marcha de la economía, por lo que es necesario vigilar atentamente su crecimiento. Sin embargo, los alcances de los aportes de Friedman a esta área de la teoría economía exceden considerablemente sus clásicos puntos de vista con respecto a la validez de la teoría cuantitativa del dinero como marco de referencia para el estudio y diseño de la política monetaria, cómo podremos apreciar tras una revisión de estos.

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    Paper provided by Instituto de Economia. Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. in its series Documentos de Trabajo with number 435.

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