The interwar era carried with it much confusion regarding monetary policy and theory. Debates on the topic often turned into debates about policy, which obscured the theories being discussed. In light of the resurgence of the "Keynes-Hayek" debate and interest by market monetarists in monetary theorists that promoted policies of price stabilization, this blog is dedicated to separating the monetary theory of the era from policy suggestions and researching and rediscovering arguments between theorists including, but not limited to, F.A. Hayek, Gustav Cassel, Ralph Hawtrey, Ludwig von Mises, John Maynard Keynes, and Irving Fisher.
James Caton earned an M.A. in economics from San Jose State University. He is a candidate candidate for a Ph.D. in economics and Graduate Lecturer at George Mason University.
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