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Free Banking ab 88.99 € als gebundene Ausgabe: Theory History and a Laissez-Faire Model. Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Wissenschaft, Wirtschaftswissenschaft,

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Free Banking ab 88.99 EURO Theory History and a Laissez-Faire Model

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Laissez Faire Banking
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The Great Depression and the current financial ...
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1929 is a year that most of our grandparents or great-grandparents can still recall quite clearly, as it was a year when one of the most noteworthy events occurred in the history of the United States and which affected several other nations on the globe. It was the year the Great Depression began. This disastrous event in our history happened at a time when businesses operated under a laissez-faire regime and markets were independent of government intervention. The inequality of income and wealth increased, and barely any adjustment by the Federal Reserve was made regarding the money supply. Certainly these factors are among the leading causes of the Great Depression. Causes such as false prosperity, the stock market crash, the banking crisis, unemployment and the trade collapse are imperative for understanding such a historical event. False prosperity prior to the Great Depression referred to a false sense of the economy booming.

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Bourbon Democrat
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Bourbon Democrat was a term used in the United States from 1876 to 1904 to refer to a conservative or classical liberal member of the Democratic Party, especially one who supported President Grover Cleveland in 1884 1896 and Alton B. Parker in 1904. After 1904, the Bourbons faded away. Woodrow Wilson, who had been a Bourbon, came to terms with William Jennings Bryan in 1912. Bourbon Democrats represented business interests, supported banking and railroad goals (but opposed subsidizing banks, railroads or other enterprises - or protecting them from competition), promoted laissez-faire capitalism (which included opposition to the protectionism Republicans then advocated), opposed imperialism and U.S. overseas expansion, fought for the gold standard, and opposed bimetallism. They strongly supported reform movements such as Civil Service Reform and opposed corruption of city bosses, leading the fight against the Tweed Ring

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Ruling or Serving Society?
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This book argues that the 2007/08 financial crisis revealed fundamental flaws in how the financial sector had evolved over the previous three decades. While access to financial services has improved, the total stock of debt in the global economy has risen to more than twice the size of global GDP. Financial services now play a far bigger role in all economies, developed and developing, than in the 1960s. This development has produced few, if any, worthwhile benefits. The book concludes that the largely deregulated financial sector needs to be radically reformed.The first of these reforms would be to establish the pre-eminence of the public interest in how financial services operate. The second would involve breaking up financial institutions that have become much too big. Third, the phenomenon of financialization needs to be regulated and controlled. Finally, all countries need to work- both nationally and internationally- towards a more democratized, more robust, and less laissez faire system of socially progressive financial sector regulation to make it subservient to the needs of society rather than the other way round. This Palgrave Pivot will be of interest to economists, financiers and banking specialists, interested in an informed debate on the causes and consequences of the 2007/2008 financial crisis.

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Ruling or Serving Society?
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This book argues that the 2007/08 financial crisis revealed fundamental flaws in how the financial sector had evolved over the previous three decades. While access to financial services has improved, the total stock of debt in the global economy has risen to more than twice the size of global GDP. Financial services now play a far bigger role in all economies, developed and developing, than in the 1960s. This development has produced few, if any, worthwhile benefits. The book concludes that the largely deregulated financial sector needs to be radically reformed.The first of these reforms would be to establish the pre-eminence of the public interest in how financial services operate. The second would involve breaking up financial institutions that have become much too big. Third, the phenomenon of financialization needs to be regulated and controlled. Finally, all countries need to work- both nationally and internationally- towards a more democratized, more robust, and less laissez faire system of socially progressive financial sector regulation to make it subservient to the needs of society rather than the other way round. This Palgrave Pivot will be of interest to economists, financiers and banking specialists, interested in an informed debate on the causes and consequences of the 2007/2008 financial crisis.

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Indian Currency and Finance
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This antiquarian book contains John Maynard Keynes's 1913 treatise on the Indian economy, 'Indian Currency And Finance'. His first book, it explores the beginnings of the philosophies of macroeconomics and government intervention into economic matters, that would characterise his later work. Keynes discusses how changing from a silver to a gold standard impacted the Indian economy, gives a brief history of the gold standard, explores some surprising differences between coins and paper currency, analyses governmental policies regarding reserves and cash balances, and weighs up the strengths and weaknesses of the contemporary Indian banking system. John Maynard Keynes (1883 - 1946) was British economist. His notable works include: 'The Economic Consequences of the Peace' (1919), 'The End of Laissez-Faire' (1926), 'The Means to Prosperity' (1933), and 'Interest and Money' (1936). Many vintage texts such as this are increasingly scarce and expensive, and it is with this in mind that we are republishing this volume now in an affordable, modern, high-quality edition. It comes complete with a specially commissioned new biography of the author.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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The Trouble with Capitalism
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The recent collapse of the banking system and instability in the financial markets has dramatically shaken confidence in the global economic order. Is the current variant of 'free market' capitalism really sustainable? The Trouble With Capitalism - originally written, with remarkable prescience, in 1998 - anticipates such a development and explains the underlying economic fragility it has revealed. Rather than being merely a temporary blip in the march of capitalism, Shutt argues forcefully that the on-going crisis has arisen as a result of fundamental economic problems, stemming from the growing redundancy of both labour and capital since the 1970s. In doing so, he exposes the sham of the laissez faire prospectus, showing that state power and capital are increasingly being used to prop up capital while pretending that the aim is to roll back the frontiers of the state. The implications of the author's startling conclusion (re-examined in a new foreword) - that the maximisation of profit must cease to be the main basis for allocating resources - are profound.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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