Argentina’s inflation problem has been so chronic and debilitating that it can be solved only by adopting a reliable alternative to central banking and discretionary monetary policy. The best way forward might begin with the government giving people and businesses the freedom to rely on any national or private currencies they choose.

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Other Independent Review articles by Nicolás Cachanosky
    Winter 2018   Money
    Fall 2015   Money, Banking, and the Business Cycle. Volume 1
    Spring 2012   The Law of National Guaranteed Banks in Argentina, 1887–1890