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World economic liberalization in a historical perspective

Forrest Capie - Political Science - 2001 - 78 pages
The simultaneous burst of political and economic liberalization and financial crises has some drawing associations between the two. An examination of these issues in the ...
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Capital controls: a 'cure' worse than the problem?

Forrest Capie, Institute of Economic Affairs (Great Britain), Wincott Foundation - Business & Economics - 2002 - 111 pages
Free capital movements played an important part in the economic integration and globalisation of the nineteenth century. By the end of the century capital flows were on a ...
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Banking Theory, 1870-1930: Banking

Forrest Capie, Geoffrey Edward Wood - Business & Economics - 1999 - 255 pages
This collection of rare texts from the mid nineteenth century shows how the principle of banking in England came to be established and accepted in the period when British banks ...
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Banking Theory, 1870-1930: The principles and practice of banking

Forrest Capie, Geoffrey Edward Wood - Business & Economics - 1871 - 672 pages
This collection of rare texts from the mid nineteenth century shows how the principle of banking in England came to be established and accepted in the period when British banks ...
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Monetary Unions: Theory, History, Public Choice

Forrest Capie, Geoffrey Edward Wood - Business & Economics - 2003 - 198 pages
The Economic and Monetary Union (EMU) in which some members of the European Union have joined, has prompted much discussion of monetary union. Most of this discussion has ...
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Banking Theory, 1870-1930: The amalgamation movement in English banking 1825 ...

Forrest Capie, Geoffrey Edward Wood - Business & Economics - 1871 - 231 pages
This collection of rare texts from the mid nineteenth century shows how the principle of banking in England came to be established and accepted in the period when British banks ...
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