On the monetary nature of the interest rate in Keynes’s thought

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Giancarlo Bertocco;
(2011)

Keynes in the General Theory, explains the monetary nature of the interest rate by means of the liquidity preference theory. The objective of this paper is twofold. Fist, to point out the limits of an explanation of the monetary nature of the interest rate and thus of t... View more
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