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Uneasy Money by Robin F. Brancato

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Published by Random House Books for Young Readers .
Written in English


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Open LibraryOL7463225M
ISBN 10039482055X
ISBN 109780394820552
OCLC/WorldCa20040150

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Uneasy Money is a new blog about monetary policy, which means it is also about monetary theory and macroeconomics. The past three years have shown that we don’t know as much as we thought about any of those fields, and so I hope that this blog will contribute something to our cooperative effort to learn about the interaction between money and economic activity and about how monetary policy. Uneasy Money is an early non-series Wodehouse novel, written before the glory days of the 20s, 30s and 40s, so it is unlikely to be considered as one of the very best of his books. I agree. However, it is book I enjoyed reading and was happy to observe that many of the standard Wodehouse traits are all present: his beautiful use of language /5(). Uneasy Money is an early non-series Wodehouse novel, written before the glory days of the 20s, 30s and 40s, so it is unlikely to be considered as one of the very best of his books. I agree. However, it is book I enjoyed reading and was happy to observe that many of the standard Wodehouse traits are all present: his beautiful use of language /5(83). Commentary on monetary policy in the spirit of R. G. Hawtrey. A few weeks ago, I wrote a post whose title (“The Idleness of Each Is the Result of the Idleness of All”) was taken from the marvelous remark of the great, but sadly forgotten, Cambridge economist Frederick Lavington’s book The Trade ton was born two years after Ralph Hawtrey and two years before John Maynard Keynes.