Stabiles Geld – eine Illusion? 978-3-16-158883-9 - Mohr Siebeck
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Otmar Issing

Stabiles Geld – eine Illusion?

Alternative Währungssysteme – Hayeks Fundamentalkritik – Unabhängigkeit der Notenbanken. Erweiterte Fassung der 21. Friedrich A. von Hayek-Vorlesung gehalten am 13. November 2017 in Freiburg

[Stable Money – An Illusion? Alternative Currency Systems – Hayek's Fundamental Criticism – Central Bank Autonomy. Extended Version of the Twenty-First Friedrich A. von Hayek Lecture held on November 13, 2017 in Freiburg.]

2019. 71 pages.
forthcoming in October

Beiträge zur Ordnungstheorie und Ordnungspolitik 180

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Governments are, and always were, a threat to monetary stability; Hayek's currency competition fails to convince: So is stabile money just an illusion? The independence of central banks and a clear mandate for maintaining price stability are the best options in this on-going battle, finds Otmar Issing.
Governments are, and always were, a threat to monetary stability; Hayek's currency competition fails to convince: So is stabile money just an illusion? The independence of central banks and a clear mandate for maintaining price stability are the best options in this on-going battle, finds Otmar Issing.
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Otmar Issing Geboren 1936; Studium der klassischen Philologie und Volkswirtschaftslehre; Professor der Volkswirtschaftslehre an der Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg und der Universität Würzburg; Mitglied des Direktoriums der Deutschen Bundesbank (1990–98) und der Europäischen Zentralbank sowie erster Chefvolkswirt (1998–2006); seit 2006 Präsident des Center for Financial Studies an der Goethe-Universität Frankfurt.

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