La financiación inicial y final en el circuito monetario y la teoría de la demanda efectiva

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Sergio Cesaratto

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Un aspecto notable de la teoría heterodoxa moderna es la separación entre los modelos de crecimiento basados en la demanda y las teorías del dinero endógeno. Este artículo sugiere una posible integración entre la teoría keynesiana del multiplicador (y el supermultiplicador) y las teorías del dinero endógeno y la financiación de Keynes. Centrándose en la versión de la teoría del circuito monetario (TCM) de Graziani, es una contribución para reconciliar la preocupación de la tcm por la financiación inicial de la producción y la preocupación de las teorías del crecimiento heterodoxas orientadas a la demanda por el financiamiento final de la demanda autónoma.

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