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issue no. 63 of real-world economics review

Issue no. 63,  25  March  2012

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In this issue:

The veil of deception over money           2
Norbert Häring           download pdf

Ultra easy monetary policy and the law of unintended consequences           19
William White            download pdf

Civilizing capitalism           57
Erik Reinert           download pdf

Looking at the right metrics in the right way – Two kinds of models           73
Merijn Knibbe           download pdf

Crisis and methodology: Some heterodox misunderstandings          98
Egmont Kakarot-Handtke          download pdf

Inapplicable operations on ordinal, cardinal, and expected utility          118
Jonathan Barzilai          download pdf

Reduced work hours as a means of slowing climate change         124
David Rosnick          download pdf

Electronic money and Modern Monetary Theory          135
Trond Andresen          download pdf

Productivity, unemployment and the Rule of Eight          142
Alan Taylor Harvey          download pdf

What I would like economic majors to know          147
David Hemenway          download pdf

Past, contributors, submissions and etc.          155

  1. March 26, 2013 at 4:11 am

    The paper by Norbert Häring is quite useful. An important period in monetary history is ignored, however. This is the period of time when the Bank of Amsterdam functioned as a deposit bank, its certificates circulated as currency fully redeemable in hard money held on deposit. What Adam Smith had to say about the Bank of Amsterdam in The Wealth of Nations is quite illuminating.

  2. March 27, 2013 at 2:44 am

    William White’s paper is good, very good, though I wish he would refrain from calling the Monetarists at the Fed “Keynesians” and their activity “Keynesian.” He does mention that Keynes would not have approved, but it muddles the cast….

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