Buchanan's reflections on monetary issues have been mostly neglected, despite their great interest both per se and for a deeper understanding of his general constitutional endeavour. We will thus propose a comprehensive assessment of Buchanan's writings on this topic, focusing in particular on the different political models that have been developed to argue in favour of constitutional constraints on the governmental power to create money and on the implications that one can draw from our author's monetary papers for the structure and the objectives of his constitutional discourse more generally. © 2007 Springer Science + Business Media, LLC. ISSN: 10434062

Buchanan on monetary constitutions

D'AMICO, Domenico
2007

Abstract

Buchanan's reflections on monetary issues have been mostly neglected, despite their great interest both per se and for a deeper understanding of his general constitutional endeavour. We will thus propose a comprehensive assessment of Buchanan's writings on this topic, focusing in particular on the different political models that have been developed to argue in favour of constitutional constraints on the governmental power to create money and on the implications that one can draw from our author's monetary papers for the structure and the objectives of his constitutional discourse more generally. © 2007 Springer Science + Business Media, LLC. ISSN: 10434062
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