Augusto Graziani, a Leading Italian Post Keynesian Economist
Giuseppe Fontana () and
Riccardo Realfonzo ()
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Riccardo Realfonzo: University of Sannio
History of Economic Ideas, 2015, vol. 23, issue 1, 23-38
Augusto Graziani (1933-2014) was one of the leading Italian scholars of the Post Keynesian economics school. This paper honours his memory by presenting his life and works, including his world-renowned contributions to the monetary circuit theory (often also called the monetary theory of production) and the dualistic model of economic development.
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