Including a symposium on Latin American monetary thought : two centuries in search of originality / edited by Luca Fiorito, Scott Scheall and Carlos Eduardo Suprinyak. - 1 online resource (xiii, 164 pages)

Includes index.

Prelims -- Part I Symposium on Latin American monetary thought: two centuries in search of originality -- An introduction to a symposium on latin american monetary thought: two centuries in search of originality -- The regeneration - Between the doctrine and the need: the debate over free banking and the legal tender in Colombia (18801903) -- Francisco Barrera Lavalle: Early Twentieth-century Mexican currency and banking specialist. Critic of the 1905 monetary reform by which Mexico adopted the gold standard -- challenging a money doctor: Raúl Prebisch vs Sir Otto Niemeyer on the creation of the Argentine Central Bank -- Heterodox central banking in the periphery -- Part II Essays -- On the historical roots of natural capital in the writings of Carl Linnaeus -- Under risk, over time, regarding other people: language and rationality within three dimensions -- Index.

Volume 36C of Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology features a symposium edited by Andrés Álvarez on monetary economics in post-independence Latin America. The symposium features contributions from Matías Vernengo and Esteban Pérez Caldentey, Ricardo Solis Rosales, Florencia Sember, and Edna Carolina Sastoque Ramírez. Volume 36C also includes general research contributions from C. Tyler Des Roches and Dorian Jullien.

9781787564312 (e-book)

Monetary policy--Latin America.

Latin America--Economic conditions.

338.98 / I37