The Challenge of Credit Supply [Hardback]: American Problems and Solutions, 1650-1950
This book is for anyone seeking a succinct and accessible treatment of the most pivotal financial and monetary policies throughout American history from 1650-1950. But it is especially written for those who desire an intricate and detailed knowledge of how and why these policies worked with respect to the supply of adequate credit for economic development. A thorough examination of key credit institutions and their specific powers, functions, mechanisms, context, and economic impact brings the reader to a recognition of which policies and institutions were successful and unsuccessful in supporting the economy and preventing crisis.
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The Second Bank of the U S as
The Return to Currency Management
The Challenges and Problems of the National
The Federal Reserve System and its Beginnings