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post Keynesian perspective on the relation between banking and regional development

Victoria Chick

post Keynesian perspective on the relation between banking and regional development

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Published by University of Stirling in Stirling .
Written in English


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Statementby Victoria Chick and Sheila C. Dow.
SeriesDiscussion papers in economics, finance and investment / University of Stirling -- No.140
ContributionsDow, Sheila C.
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Open LibraryOL13775155M

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There is a wealth of literature which analyses regional development in real terms: in terms of factor endowments and movements, production patterns or market conditions. But the tendency in the literature is to ignore financial by: First paragraph: Economic development proceeds unevenly within, as between, nations.

There is a wealth of literature which analyses regional development in real terms: in terms of factor endowments and movements, production patterns or market conditions. But. A Post-Keynesian Perspective on the Relation between Banking and Regional Development 1. Introduction* Economic development proceeds unevenly within, as between, nations.

There is a wealth of literature which analyses regional development in real terms: in terms of factor endowments and movements, production patterns or market conditions. First paragraph: Economic development proceeds unevenly within, as between, nations.

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Chick and S. Dow. Chick, V. and S. Dow () ‘A Post Keynesian Perspective on the Relation between Banking and Regional Development’, in P. Arestis (ed.), Post Keynesian Monetary Theory: New Directions in Financial Modelling (Aldershot, Hants: Edward Elgar). Google ScholarCited by: A Post-Keynesian Perspective on the Relation Between Banking and Regional Development / In: Arestis P.

(ed.) Post-Keynesian Monetary Eco- nomics: New Approaches to Financial Modelling. Chick, Victoria & Dow, Sheila, "A Post-Keynesian Perspective on the Relation Between Banking and Regional Development," Stirling Economics Discussion Papers PE/88/1, University of Stirling, Division of Economics.

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