Augusto Graziani

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Augusto Graziani
Born (1933-05-04)4 May 1933
Naples
Died 5 January 2014(2014-01-05) (aged 80)
Nationality Italian
Field Monetary economics
School or
tradition
Post-Keynesian economics
Contributions Monetary circuit theory

Augusto Graziani (4 May 1933 – 5 January 2014)[1] was an Italian economist, Professor in Political Economy at University la Sapienza, most known for his contribution to monetary economics in founding monetary circuit theory.

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  • Brief biography.
  • Philip Arestis, Malcolm C. Sawyer, A biographical dictionary of dissenting economists, "Augusto GRAZIANI" (biography), pp. 254–263.
  • Augusto Graziani, "The theory of the monetary circuit", Economies et Societes, vol. 24, n°. 6, pp. 7‐36 (1990).
  • Augusto Graziani, "The theory of the monetary circuit", in The money supply in the economic process: a post Keynesian perspective, vol. 60, eds M. Musella and C. Panico, Elgar Reference Collection, International Library of Critical Writings in Economics, Aldershot, U.K. (1995)
  • Augusto Graziani, "The Marxist Theory of Money". International Journal of Political Economy, vol. 27, n° 2, Marxian Theory: The Italian Debate (Summer, 1997), pp. 26–50.
  • Augusto Graziani, The monetary theory of production, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK (2003).
  1. ^ ilmattino retrieved 6th Jan 2013