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Interest and Capital analyses Kalecki's distinctive approach to money and its circulation in the capitalist economy.Toporowski shows how Kalecki's critique of the Bretton Woods system casts new light on the monetary imbalances that have caused recent disruption to the international economy.

Produktbeschreibung
Interest and Capital analyses Kalecki's distinctive approach to money and its circulation in the capitalist economy.Toporowski shows how Kalecki's critique of the Bretton Woods system casts new light on the monetary imbalances that have caused recent disruption to the international economy.
Autorenporträt
Jan Toporowski is Professor of Economics and Finance at SOAS University. He studied economics at Birkbeck College, University of London, and the University of Birmingham. He has worked in fund management, international banking, economic consultancy and central banking, and has published widely on money, finance and economic development, monetary policy and the history of economic thought. He has held academic appointments in Italy and Japan. He is the author of a two-volume biography of Michal Kalecki.