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  • n. Plural form of monetarist.


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  • Thanks for let me know that nothing has been learned over the past 20 years (the conversion of Keynesians into monetarists is at best similar to the conversion of socialists into liberals -- late and still suspicious).

    Keynesians and Monetarists, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • It was signed mainly by economists of a "dry" persuasion, though they certainly ­cannot be described as monetarists in the old-fashioned sense.

    The Guardian World News

  • Volcker’s idea was that the Fed should take a new approach to inflation, a strategy known as “targeting” the money supply, advocated by a conservative school of economists known as monetarists.

    The Good Fight

  • If it does, there must be few among us who are not "monetarists" these days.

    Current Questions About Banking

  • Professor Milton Friedman of the University of Chicago was the leader of a school of economics, popularly called "monetarists" or the "Chicago school," which averred that regulation of the quantity of money controlled not only inflation but also the sufficiency of prosperity.

    Mises Dailies

  • "monetarists" to gain a fair wind from the effects of economic malaise.

    The Independent - Frontpage RSS Feed

  • "monetarists," had faced little challenge as they de-emphasized the role of fiscal policy, defined as the control of taxes and spending to influence economic variables.

    On Line Opinion - Latest Articles

  • "Confidence" is what returned after World War II, as governments implemented the allegedly constructive notions of the Keynesians and monetarists.

    Follow the Money

  • The monetarists like to give the Volcker Fed policy the entire credit for combatting inflation.

    Matthew Yglesias » Jimmy Carter

  • In a long and interesting post, Brad DeLong finds little difference between new Keynesians and monetarists.

    Keynesians and Monetarists, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty


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