Friedman Milton

Fried·man

 (frēd′mən), Milton 1912-2006.
American economist. He won a 1976 Nobel Prize for his theories of monetary control and governmental nonintervention in the economy.
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Friedman Milton (1961) The lags in effect of monetary policy.
Friedman Milton (1972) Have monetary policies failed The American Economic Review Volume 62 No.
Friedman Milton. "Interest Rates and the Demand for Money." Journal of Law and Economics, October 1966, 9, pp.
Friedman Milton. "The Role of Monetary Policy." American Economic Review, March 1968, 58(1), pp.