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Karl Brunner

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Karl Brunner

Tendance Monétarisme
Origine États-Unis États-Unis
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Karl Brunner est un économiste de l'école monétariste.


  • 1968, The Role of Money and Monetary Policy, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Review (July): 9–24
  • 1969,
    • a. " 'Assumptions' and the Cognitive Quality of Theories", Synthese, Vol 20, pp501-525
    • b. "Targets and indicators of monetary policy", San Francisco: Chandler Publishing Company
  • 1971, avec Allan Meltzer, “The Use of Money : Money in the Theory of Exchange Economy”, American Economic Review, Dec., Vol 61, n°1, pp784-805
  • 1976,
    • a. avec Allan Meltzer, dir., "The Phillips Curve and Labor Markets", New York: North-Holland
    • b. avec Allan Meltzer, "An Aggregative Theory for a Closed Economy", In: J. Stein, dir., "Monetarism", Amsterdam: North Holland, pp69-103
  • 1977,
    • a. avec Allan Meltzer, "Stabilization of the Domestic and International Economy", Carnegie-Rochester Conference on Public Policy, Amsterdam, North-Holland
    • b. avec William H Meckling, "The Perception of Man and the Conception of Government", Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, Vol 9, n°1, pp70-85
  • 1978,
    • a. dir., "The First World & the Third World", Rochester, N.Y.: University of Rochester Policy Center Puhlications
    • b. dir., "The Problem of Inflation", Vol 8, Carnegie-Rochester Conference Series
  • 1983, "Has Monetarism Failed?", Cato Journal, 3 (Spring), pp23—62
    • Repris en 1987, "Has Monetarism Failed?", In: James A. Dorn et Anna J. Schwartz, dir., "The Search for Stable Money: Essays on Monetary Reform", Chicago: University of Chicago Press, pp163-200
  • 1986, Deficits, Interest Rates, and Monetary Policy, Cato Journal, 5, Winter, pp709—26
  • 1987,
    • a. Economic Inequality and the Quest for Social Justice, Cato Journal 7 (Spring/Summer): 153—58
    • b. The Perception of Man and the Conception of Society: Two Approaches to Understanding Society, Economic Inquiry, Vol 25, pp367-388
    • c. The Sociopolitical Vision of Keynes, In: David A. Reese, dir., The Legacy of Keynes. San Francisco: Harper and Row, pp23-49
    • d. The Limits of Economic Policy, In: Svetozar Pejovich, dir., Socialism: Institutional, Philosophical and Economic issues, Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, pp33—54
  • 1989, "The Disarray in Macroeconomics", In: Forrest Capie, Geoffrey E. Wood, dir., "Monetary Economics in the 1980s", London: Macmillan, pp197–233
  • 1992, "Ronald Coase: Old-Fashioned Scholar", The Scandinavian Journal of Economics, Vol 94, n°1, Mar., pp7-17
  • 1993, avec Allan Meltzer, "Money and the Economy: Issues in Monetary Analysis", Cambridge

Littérature secondaire

  • 1991, David Laidler, "Karl Brunner's Monetary Economics: An Appreciation", Journal of Money, Credit, and Banking, Vol 23, pp633-658

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