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Mark Blaug
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The Quantity Theory Of Money: From Locke To Keynes And Friedman

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The quantity theory of money has remained at the heart of much of the comtemporary economic debate, not least in the disputes between monetarist and Keynesian economists.
Unknown Binding, 160 pages
Published January 1st 1995 by Edward Elgar Publishing
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Mark Blaug is a British economist (naturalised in 1982), who has covered a broad range of topics over his long career. In 1955 he received his PhD from Columbia University in New York. Besides shorter periods in public service and in international organisations he has held academic appointments in - among others - Yale University, the University of London, the London School of Economics and the Un...more
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