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The Nature of money

Author: Ingham, Geoffrey K. Publisher: Polity Press, 2004.Language: EnglishDescription: 254 p. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 074560997XType of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Print HG200 .I64 2004
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Includes bibliographical references and index


Contents Nature of Money Nature of Money Preface Vlll ... Part I Concepts and Theories Introduction Money's Puzzles and Paradoxes An Outline of Contents 1 Money as a Commodity and 'Neutral' Symbol of Commodities The Meta-theoretical Foundations of Orthodox Monetary Analysis Quantity Theory and the Value of Money An Analytical Critique of Commodity Theory The Persistence of Orthodoxy Conclusions 2 Abstract Value, Credit and the State Early Claim and Credit Theory The Nineteenth-Century Debates: Gold and Credit The German Historical Schools and the State Theory of Money The Influence on Keynes Post-Keynesian Theory: Endogenous Money and the Monetary Circuit Modern Neo-Chartalism Conclusions 3 Money in Sociological Theory Money as a Symbolic Medium Marx and Marxian Analysis Simmel's The Philosophy of Money Weber on Money 4 Fundamentals of a Theory of Money What is Money? How is Money Produced? The Value of Money Part Ii History and Analysis 5 The Historical Origins of Money and its Pre-capitalist Forms Origins of Money: Debt and Measure of Value The Early Development of Coinage The Roman Monetary System Conclusions 6 The Development of Capitalist Credit-Money The De-linking of the Money of Account and the Means of Payment The De-linking of the Money of Account and the Evolution of Capitalist Credit-Money The Transformation of Credit into Currency Conclusions 7 The Production of Capitalist Credit-Money The Social Structure of Capitalist Credit-Money The Working Fiction of the Invariant Standard Conclusions 8 Monetary Disorder The Rise and Fall of Inflation in the Late Twentieth Century Debt Deflation and the Case of Japan Argentina's Monetary Disintegration 9 New Monetary Spaces Technology and New Monetary Spaces Europe's Single Currency Concluding Remarks Notes References Index

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