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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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...