3 edition of Development of British monetary orthodoxy, 1797-1875. found in the catalog.
Development of British monetary orthodoxy, 1797-1875.
Frank Whitson Fetter
Includes bibliographical references.
|LC Classifications||HG938 .F4 1965|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 296 p.|
|Number of Pages||296|
|LC Control Number||65011589|
Walter Â Eltis, "Lord Overstone and the Establishment of British Nineteenth-Century Monetary Orthodoxy," Oxford Economic and Social History Working Papers _, University of Oxford, Department of : RePEc:oxf:esohwp:_ This book is the culmination of a major research programme on the monetary history of the United Kingdom. This volume contains monetary series ranging from detailed balance sheet material to monetary aggregates such as M3 and are in monthly, quarterly .
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Cambridge: Harvard University Press, Pp. ix, $ My approach contrasts with Fetter, who opens his Development of British Monetary Orthodoxy: ( 7, ) with the statement that “the Bank of England had been organized to meet the financial needs of the government” and dismisses as “untested” the role played by the Bank in supporting British commercial.
Money, Credit, and Banking; Monetary Policy; Consumer Finance; Mortgage Credit Development of British Motnetary Orthodoxy, By FRANK WHIT-SON FETTER.
Cambridge: Harvard University Press, Pp. xiv, $ This is a book in a generation. It surpasses in scope and documentation the. Fetter F.W. Development of British Monetary Orthodoxy, – Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. Friedman M. & A.J. Schwartz A Monetary History of the United States, – Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.
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cited in Development of British Monetary OrthodoxyBest Books on the Folly of. This paper forms part of a larger study of the development of Monetary Economics since I am grateful to Jane McAndrew and George Stadler for invaluable research assistance: to David Glasner, Charles Goodhart, Scott Gordon, Sir John Hicks, Samuel Hollander, Meir Kohn, George Stigler, Lawrence H.
White, members of the U.W.O. History of Economic. British monetary orthodoxy in the s: A victory for the Currency Principle Article in European Journal of the History of Economic Thought 15(2) June with 29 Reads. Downloadable (with restrictions). Surveys the content of orthodox classical monetary theory mainly as expounded by W.
Bagehot, W. Jevons, and J. Mill. It deals in turn with the quantity theory of money, the credit cycle, money, interest rates and forced saving, international monetary issues, and the theory of monetary policy, as they were dealt with by these authors.
Abstract. When the first government-sponsored banks were founded in Europe, for example the Swedish Riksbank () and the Bank of England (), there was no intention that these should undertake the functions of a modern central bank, that is, discretionary monetary management and the regulation and support, for example through the ‘lender of last resort’ function, of the banking system.
Abstract. The revival of interest in free banking has made clear how important it is to re-evaluate our monetary history. One of the reasons why so many economists support state intervention in the monetary system is that they believe that history shows that monetary laissez-faire is inherently unstable, and that central banking evolved to counter that instability.
1 It is now becoming. In between he published five other books, including his Development of British Monetary Orthodoxy,and over thirty articles. Although he has worked in other areas, such as international trade and macroeconomics, his principal efforts have been devoted to the history of economic thought, particularly to British thought in.
Development of British monetary orthodoxy, / by: Fetter, Frank Whitson, Published: () A letter to Lord Grenville on the effects ascribed to the resumption of cash payments on the value of the currency by: Tooke, Thomas, Published: ().The history of monetary theory from David Hume () to Knut Wicksell () is a history of the dawning realization that money cannot be left to itself, but must be managed to avert financial panics, crises, inflation, deflation, and depression.Such ideas are illustrated in Fetter's Development of British Monetary Orthodoxy () and The Economist in Parliament: ().
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