Dear prof. Itoh,
I got the virus from the file Jurriaan sent me because I asked her to
convert your file into a mime version. So, I guess the virus was from
Jurriaan rather than from you. I misunderstood I got it from you since it
was from your file Jurriaan posted to me.
Anyhow, I have not seen your book, the political economy of money and
finance. It is very difficult to see such a new book in Korean libraries.
Your points which are not known to me are not dealt with in my paper. I
just read recent papers published in Journal of money, credit and banking,
Journal of economic history, etc.
At 08:20 ¿ÀÈÄ 99-09-30 +0900, you wrote:
>Dear Chai-on, Jurriaan and other friends;
>I wonder if my recent files still of virus danger for your machine. I am
>worried. Some friends could read them without trouble. I could open your
>file on gold and paper money and look forward to reading it more carefully
>as soon as time permit. My instant reactions are three. (1) Our book
>Political Economy of Money and Finance (Macmillan and St.Martin's, 1999)
>should not be neglected on this topic. Costas in particular was concerned on
>this issue in our book. (2) The superiority in a sense of paper money may
>contain a greater danger for instability. (3)The historical necessity to
>tranasform the types of money must also be interesting to reconsider.
>Jurriaan and other friends;
>Let me mention that my book Political Economy for Socialism (Macmillan and
>St.Martin's, 1995) tried to argue at least some points you raised on
>socialism. Will you please reread it and advise me on further points to go
>or reconsider? I shall certainly be interested to join the conference if a
>travel fund is somehow available.
>All the best,
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