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Gesell : ‘ a strange , unduly neglected ’ monetary theorist April 2011

@inproceedings{Ilgmann2011Gesell,
  title={Gesell : ‘ a strange , unduly neglected ’ monetary theorist April 2011},
  author={Cordelius Ilgmann},
  year={2011}
}
Given the renewed interest in negative interest rates as method for removing the floor to nominal interest rates, this article offers a concise review of Gesell’s life, work and its place in the history of economic thought. It provides a brief biographical sketch of Gesell, demonstrating both his relative prominence as a social reformer during the interwar years as well as his close affiliation with anarchism. The article then gives a concise summary of Gesell’s theory of effective demand and… Expand

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