Description - Development of Monetary Theory in the 1920s and 1930s by Forrest Capie
The 1920s and 1930s were formative decades in the development of monetary theory. The 1920s were a high point in the work on the business cycle, work which was given new impetus by the traumatic impact of the Great Depression. Money was seen as a critical factor in the events leading to recession and also in the policies available to alleviate it. Whilst much of the work on this period has focused on Keynesian theory, this set makes clear that this was the only one of several rich strands of monetary thought. The set reproduces a cross-section of the most important books on money from this period. It includes works from both the UK and the US and features works by Dennis Robertson and Jacob Viner.
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(216mm x 138mm x mm)
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