Some observations about the endogenous money theory

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Bertocco Giancarlo (2006)

The endogenous money theory constitutes the core element of the post-keynesian monetary theory. The first formulation of this theory can be found in the works of Kaldor published in the 1970s. Taking these studies as a starting point, the post-keynesians elaborated two ... View more
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