2 edition of German monetary theory, 1905-1933 found in the catalog.
German monetary theory, 1905-1933
Howard Sylvester Ellis
|Statement||by Howard S. Ellis ...|
|Series||Harvard economic studies., vol. XLIV|
|LC Classifications||HG221 .E47|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 462 p.|
|Number of Pages||462|
|LC Control Number||34038866|
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German monetary theory, by Howard Sylvester Ellis; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Money, Business cycles, Quantity theory of money; Places: Germany.
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classical survey of German Monetary Theory: contrasts “The Schumpeter-Hahn type of cycle theory” with “The Mises-Hayek Analysis of Cycles”. Ellis also ventures that for Hahn as for Schumpeter “the failure to perceive the dangers of over-investment accounts for the sanguine.
Georg Friedrich Knapp (German: [knap] ; March 7, – Febru ) was a German economist who in published The State Theory of Money, which founded the chartalist school of monetary theory, which argues that money's value derives from its issuance by an institutional form of government rather than spontaneously through relations of nces: Ferdinand Lassalle.
Monetary Theor any d Monetar Historyy 1 By Prof Alla. n r Carnegi, Institute oef Technology Pittsburg, h 1 hi volums e is a delight to the economist Th. e book is clearly destine tdo be a. Monetary policy instruments and procedures in Germany: evolution, deployment and effects Peter Schmid and Henner Asche Introduction Since the end of the Second World War money market policy in Germany has developed along comparatively steady lines.
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German Monetary Theory, (Harvard Economic Studies) by Howard Sylvester Ellis Harvard University Press, first edition. INSCRIPTION by AUTHOR mounted inside front Rating: % positive. Dirk H. Ehnts, a lecturer in economics at Bard College, Berlin, has written Modern Monetary Theory and European Macroeconomics.
The book acts an introduction to Modern Monetary Theory (MMT), aimed specifically at the situation in the euro area. This is distinctive, as a great deal of the MMT literature discusses the situation of floating currency sovereigns (which is the preferred.
German monetary theory – Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. CrossRef Google Scholar. Dimand R.W. () Monetary Economics, History of. In: Macmillan Publishers Ltd (eds) The New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics.
Palgrave Macmillan, London Buy this book on publisher's site; Search book. Search within book. Type for. German Monetary Theory, German Monetary Theory, A thorough, scholarly study of monetary theories in Germany and Austria, but with reference also to those held by Scandinavian and English writers.
One of the best critical accounts of the problem. Previously, he was Professor at the University of Bamberg, Germany from - and at the Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany from - His research focuses on monetary theory, financial stability, systemic risk and lender of last resort policy.
He has written several books on macroeconomics, monetary theory and game theory. German Monetary History in the First Half of the Twentieth Century Robert L.
Hetzel A t the end ofthe German Bundesbank turned over the adminis-tration of monetary policy to the European Central Bank (ECB). In the years between World War I andthe Bundesbank had come to embody the modern central bank. What history did Germany. 23 THE PRICE OF MONEY IN A PURE EXCHANGE MONETARY ECONOMY WITH TAXATION by Ross M.
Starr T h e difficulty encountered in the studies by H a h n (selection 21) and G r a n d m o n t (selection 22) is that a fiat money is without external by: Modern Monetary Theory or Modern Money Theory (MMT) or Modern Monetary Theory and Practice (MMTP) is a macroeconomic theory and practice that describes the practical uses of fiat currency in a public monopoly from the issuing authority, normally the government's central bank.
Effects on employment are used as evidence that a currency monopolist is overly restricting the supply of the. The Theory of Prices: A Re-examination of the Central Problems of a Monetary Theory, 2 vols. New York: Augustus M. Kelley New York: Augustus M.
Kelley Google ScholarCited by: 5. The monetary approach to exchange rates: its historical evolution and role in policy debates. the German inflation controversy. grated all the elements of the monetary theory of.This theory has a long tradition going back more than years.
As an integral part of pre-Keynesian international monetary theory, it formed the central analytical core of classical and.The importance of the problems involved makes it necessary to weigh also the objections of H.
Ellis (German Monetary Theory [Cambridge, ], pp. 77 ff.). In the text above, all objections raised are particularized and critically examined.