Journal of Libertarian Studies

Dehomogenizing Mises’s Monetary Theory

The Journal of Libertarian Studies

This article contains two parts that correspond to the two main fields of monetary theory. The first part examines the evolution of Mises’s analysis of the value of money, and the second part investigates developments in his banking theory.

Volume 18, Number 3 (2004)


Gertchev, Nikolay. “Dehomogenizing Mises’s Monetary Theory.” Journal of Libertarian Studies 18, No. 3 (2004): 57–90.

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