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Collected Papers on Monetary Theory

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$79.00 • £63.95 • €71.00

ISBN 9780674066878

Publication Date: 01/07/2013


568 pages

6-1/8 x 9-1/4 inches

53 graphs, 11 tables


  • Preface [Max Gillman]
  • Introduction [Robert E. Lucas, Jr.]
  • 1. Expectations and the Neutrality of Money | Journal of Economic Theory
  • 2. Asset Prices in an Exchange Economy | Econometrica
  • 3. Equilibrium in a Pure Currency Economy | Economic Inquiry
  • 4. Two Illustrations of the Quantity Theory of Money | American Economic Review
  • 5. Discussion of Stanley Fischer, “Towards an Understanding of the Costs of Inflation: II” | Carnegie-Rochester Conference Series on Public Policy
  • 6. Interest Rates and Currency Prices in a Two-Country World | Journal of Monetary Economics
  • 7. Optimal Fiscal and Monetary Policy in an Economy without Capital (with Nancy L. Stokey) | Journal of Monetary Economics
  • 8. Money in a Theory of Finance | Carnegie-Rochester Conference Series on Public Policy
  • 9. Principles of Fiscal and Monetary Policy | Journal of Monetary Economics
  • 10. Money and Interest in a Cash-in-Advance Economy (with Nancy L. Stokey) | Econometrica
    • Addendum: Money and Interest in a Cash-in-Advance Economy: A Reply (with Nancy L. Stokey) | Econometrica
  • 11. Money Demand in the United States: A Quantitative Review | Carnegie-Rochester Conference Series on Public Policy
  • 12. The Effects of Monetary Shocks When Prices Are Set in Advance | [Unpublished manuscript]
  • 13. Liquidity and Interest Rates | Journal of Economic Theory
  • 14. Supply-Side Economics: An Analytical Review | Oxford Economic Papers
  • 15. Review of Milton Friedman and Anna J. Schwartz, A Monetary History of the United States, 1867–1960 | Journal of Monetary Economics
  • 16. Nobel Lecture: Monetary Neutrality | Journal of Political Economy
  • 17. Inflation and Welfare | Econometrica
  • 18. Interest Rates and Inflation (with Fernando Alvarez and Warren Weber) | American Economic Review
  • 19. Macroeconomic Priorities | American Economic Review
  • 20. Menu Costs and Phillips Curves (with Mikhail Golosov) | Journal of Political Economy
  • 21. Occasional Pieces
    • The Death of Keynesian Economics | Issues and Ideas
    • Keynote Address to the 2003 HOPE Conference: My Keynesian Education | History of Political Economy
    • Review of Robert Skidelsky, John Maynard Keynes, Volumes 1 and 2 | Journal of Modern History
    • Panel Discussion: Is Science Replacing Art? | Monetary Policy: A Journey from Theory to Practice
  • Index

Awards & Accolades

  • Robert E. Lucas, Jr., Is Winner of the 1995 Nobel Prize in Economics
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