Explanation of the Different Lists:

This bibliography is meant for the expert students and expositors of monetary theory and reform. It is meant to be reasonably exhaustive.

The A to H sequence of lists is composed of concentric rings, starting with the most succinct legal expressions of monetary reform and its justifications (A), to its best academic backup (B), to its criticisms and responses (C), to the best reasoned non-academic formulations (D), etc.

A small bibliography with introductory items for initial orientation you can find here. An intermediary, weighted list of best studies based on the opinion of a group of experts is in the make.

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