Between 1909-17, Gustavo Del Vecchio developed a ‘theory of circulation’. In a series of articles he set out his thoughts on the utility and value of money, credit, discount rates, banking and international payments. Tusset re-evaluates Del Vecchio’s theory, concluding that money represents a technology which organizes both economy and society.
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