Harris Dellas, George Tavlas, 05 September 2019

Milton Friedman shaped key ideas in monetary theory and policy. This column argues that Lloyd Mints – a colleague of Friedman at Chicago during the formative years of Friedman’s monetarist views – made important, original contributions in these areas. Mints interacted extensively with Friedman, and his contributions appear to have influenced the development of Friedman’s monetary framework. 

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