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Economists and politicians : the influence of economic ideas upon labor politicians and governments, 1931-1949

Robinson, Marcus Laurence


Throughout the period 1931-1949, the Australian Labor Party tended to be preoccupied with the role of money as a cause of, and cure for, economic instability. The party was very much influenced by a long tradition of economic thought which saw the business cycle as an essentially monetary phenomenon. In part, this tradition affected the A.L.P. through the influence of 'quack' writers in the 'monetary radical' tradition, who combined a monetary view of the business cycle with a fear of...[Show more]

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Date published: 1986
Type: Thesis (PhD)
DOI: 10.25911/5d7784ace236d


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