September 2006
Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics;Fall2006, Vol. 9 Issue 3, p45
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The article presents the biography of Richard Cantillon, as the first economist to examine the cycles of capitalist economy. He developed a clear understanding of money, banking, international trade and stock markets and also spoke of regulatory activities of money, interest rates and international trade.


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