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The scourge of monetarism /
Nicholas Kaldor.
edition
2nd ed. --
imprint
Oxford : Oxford University Press, 1985, [i.e. 1986].
description
xxv, 114 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.
ISBN
0198772483 (pbk) :
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imprint
Oxford : Oxford University Press, 1985, [i.e. 1986].
isbn
0198772483 (pbk) :
contents note
Pt. 1. The Radcliffe report and monetary policy: the Radcliffe lectures delivered at the University of Warwick, 1981 -- Pt. 2. Monetary policy in the United Kingdom: evidence to the Treasury and Civil Service Committee, July 1980.
catalogue key
3587503
 
Includes index.
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'Lord Kaldor ... the most devastating critic of monetarism' The Guardian
'Lord Kaldor ... the most devastating critic of monetarism' TheGuardian
"The most devastating critic of monetarism."--The Guardian
"The most devastating critic of monetarism."-- The Guardian
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Now thoroughly revised and updated, this edition also includes a new introduction which places Britain's experience of monetarism into a world context.
Table of Contents
Introduction To The Second Editionp. ix
Introduction To The First Editionp. xx
The Radcliffe Report and Monetary Policyp. 1
A Personal Note on Lord Radcliffep. 2
p. 3
p. 17
Monetary Policy in the United Kingdomp. 37
Evidence to the Treasury And Civil Service Committee July 1980p. 39
Notes On Subsequent Developmentsp. 112
Indexp. 113
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