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Exchange Rate Policy In Development Theories: To Fix Or To Float In The Case Of Nepal
Nepalese currency is pegged with Indian currency since 1960s. Three basic characteristics of Nepal-India relations have gone into the process of adjustment of exchange rates (a) high trade openness with India, (b) high ...
Towards a Heterodox Theory of Income Distribution
The present study seeks to examine a number of important questions in the theory of income distribution from a heterodox economic perspective, an approach to economic theory that is inherently interdisciplinary. The ...
The historical transformation of indigenous and colonial institutions of Central Mexico: monetary and production systems
Based on a critical analysis of the mainstream development discourse, the subaltern's history, and hybrid theoretical models, this dissertation is focused on studying the transformation of the Pre-Hispanic state and the ...
A Post-Keynesian/Structuralist Strategy for Economic Development
There are two distinct traditions that have widely different views on the fundamental problem of economic development. This dissertation makes a contribution to the tradition known as the Scarcity in the Midst of Plenty ...
The origins of money: evaluating chartalist and metallist theories in the context of ancient Greece and Mesopotamia
(University of Missouri--Kansas City, 2011-06-02)
Tracing the origins of money in archaic Greece (roughly 900-500 BC) and ancient Mesopotamia in the fourth millennium BC, this thesis assesses the applicability of Chartalist and Metallist theories of money's origins. It ...