L. Randall Wray, Professor of Economics, University of Missouri-Kansas City, US; Senior Scholar, Levy Economics Institute, US and Research Director, Centre for Full Employment and Price Stability, US
`I strongly recommend Wray's book to every monetary theorist. . . .
Wray's book should be excellent supplementary reading.' -- Sheila
C. Dow, Scottish Journal of Political Economy
`This is an ambitious and altogether excellent book. It should be read by all monetary economists, especially by those interested in the endogeneity debates.' -- Christopher J. Niggle, Journal of Economic Issues
`. . . perhaps the most significant contribution to the post Keynesian monetary literature since Paul Davidson's Money and the Real World.' -- Adrian Winnett, The Manchester School of Economic and Social Studies
`Professor Wray has written a wonderful book. He is one of the most promising young scholars in the post Keynesian movement. I look forward to his future contributions to the fields of monetary theory and policy.' -- Charles J. Wilson, Review of Political Economy