Money, Uncertainty and Time
This excellent new book from one of the brightest young economists, Giuseppe Fontana, involves a compendium of issues surrounding uncertainty, money and time. Fontana shines a post Keynesian light onto statements and claims made by well-known neo-classical authors and as such leaves readers with an interesting and informative book to be read and re-read by all those scholars and students involved with monetary economics.
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100 Households deposits analysis of endogenous argued assumption bank deposits banking system behaviour central bank commercial bank continuation analysis controversial credit market critical realism Davidson decision-making degrees of belief deposits generate reserves economic agents economic material economic theory endogenous money theory equilibrium expectations explained final means financial markets firms Hicks Hicks’s Horizontalist analysis Horizontalist and Structuralist interpretation Joan Robinson Kaldor Keynes’s Keynes’s writings Keynesian dissent Kregel Lavoie LD line liquidity preference loans supply process Loans to ﬁrms macroeconomic means of payment methodology models modern economics Monetarist Monetary Circuit monetary economies monetary reserves monetary theory money supply process nature Neo-Ricardian Neoclassical economics nominal interest rate Non-ergodic/Monetary Post Keynesian economics Post Keynesian economists premises h probability relations producers relevant Robinson role set of premises single period analysis strand of Post Structuralist analyses Table theoretical theory of employment theory of money Treatise on Probability wage earners weight of argument