Money, the market, and the state : economic essays in honor of James Muir Waller. / Edited by Nicholas A. Beadles and L. Aubrey Drewry, Jr.
- Athens : University of Georgia Press, 
- Physical Description:
- xii, 225 pages : portrait ; 25 cm
- Additional Creators:
- Waller, James Muir, Beadles, Nicholas A., and Drewry, L. Aubrey
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- Foreword, by R. R. Dince -- Discipline, inflation, and the balance of payments, by L. B. Yeager -- Velocity of circulation, by H. Hazlitt -- Politics, economists, and the central bank, by R. H. Timberlake -- The conservative face of Keynes, by C. E. Philbrook -- Is there a Keynesian system? By D. M. Wright -- Money and the relativism of economic freedom, by R. G. Layer -- Economic independence and insulation through flexible exchange rates, by R. G. McTeer -- Markets without property: a grand illusion, by G. W. Nutter -- Racial discrimination and the marketplace, by B. A. Rogge -- The market, externalities, and the state, by J. E. Hibdon -- Economic development and capital accumulation, by A. Morgner -- Working competition and recent development in business organization, by M. S. Heath -- How can government best promote an effective market system, by R. C. Brooks.
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references.
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