La teoria monetaria di Keynes e i teorici del circuito: a proposito di un libro di Augusto Graziani
In this article the Author reviews a recent book by Prof. Augusto Graziani on the monetary theory of production. It is maintained that, in spite of its Keynesian title, the book is not really Keynesian in character and provides a rather controversial picture of Keynes' views on the working of a monetary economy. The paper has a twofold purpose, as it is intended to be both a contribution to a critical assessment of the theories of the "monetary circuit" and an appraisal of Prof. Graziani's interpretation of the historical development of Keynes' monetary thought.
|Date of creation:||1994|
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|Publication status:||Published in Studi Economici 54.49(1994): pp. 133-152|
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