Hardbound, 620 Pages
Published: November 1990
In the emerging tradition of the
Handbooks in Economics, these two volumes offer a formidable array of contributions to the field which they survey..........an indispensable starting-point for graduate students and research workers who need a detailed guide to the state of monetary economics in the late 1980s.
The Economic Journal
....the two volumes would be regarded as invaluable additions to the literature.
Economic of Planning
...in many ways the most important publication to date in this branch of our subject.......On some topics it is easily the best writing available, combining a careful exposition of central ideas, with firm and persuasive judgements about what is correct and important.
Journal of Economic Surveys
Even at the hardcover price, the two volumes we now have represent very good value for money.
The Economic Record