Abstract and Keywords
This article studies the non-politics of monetary policy. It argues that there is an urgent need for a macro political economy, which is stuck with an impoverished understanding of political institutions. It looks at the life cycle of social choice, public choice, and political economy and presents an assessment of the contribution of macro political economy. The last two sections are concerned with total special interest gridlock and the poverty of international institutions.
Keywords: non-politics, monetary policy, macro political economy, political institutions, life cycle, social choice, public choice, contribution, total special interest gridlock, poverty of international institutions
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