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    Non-Neutral Money: A Market Process Perspective.François Facchini - 2018 - Journal des Economistes Et des Etudes Humaines 24 (1).
    This article studies the impact of a credit expansion monetary policy on output and unemployment rate. In the introduction the history of the Phillips curve and its interpretation are presented to understand why New Consensus Macroeconomics argues that monetary policy is neutral in long-run i. e. has no effect on economic activity and natural unemployment rate. This New Consensus Macroeconomics supports the independence of the Central Bank, inflation-targeting and the strategy of constrained discretion model and influences strongly the monetary policy (...)
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    Imperial Monetary Policy and Social Reaction in Third Century Rome.Kevin Kallmes - 2018 - Journal des Economistes Et des Etudes Humaines 24 (1).
    In the third century AD, under the pressure of plagues, external invasion, rising army costs, and usurpation, the Roman emperors incrementally debased the silver coinage that was produced at their imperial mints and incrementally took over civic mints. The debasement, from 2.7 g of silver to 0.04 g of silver in the equivalent of a denarius from 160–274 ad, was accompanied by worries from emperors, mint-workers, and bankers about the value of the currency; however, the total loss of purchasing power (...)
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    Property Rights in an Entangled Political Economy.Mikayla Novak - 2018 - Journal des Economistes Et des Etudes Humaines 24 (1).
    This paper outlines key applications of property rights theory from the standpoint of ‘entangled political economy,’ which conceptualises economic and political agents interacting within society. The entangled political economy framework stresses that property rights denote relationships between societal members, and that property rights are the subject of evolutionary change. The nature and role of property rights in an entangled political economy reinforces the ‘bundle of rights’ perspective, challenging notions of property rights that emphasise the primacy of ownership. Far from necessarily (...)
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  4. The Economic Theory of the Scholastics as a Contractual Analysis.Sylvain Trifilio - 2018 - Journal des Economistes Et des Etudes Humaines 24 (1).
    The doctrine of the “just price” is more than often described as the core of the “economic” thinking of the Scholastics. In fact, one could hardly contest that the notion occupies a place of high importance in the economic reflections of the Medieval Doctors. It is of no doubt that their study of economic reality led them to call up very frequently the said notion of “just price”. Yet the insistence with which modern historiography has itself treated this – central (...)
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