Foundations of Monetary Economics, Volume 2

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D. P. O'Brien
William Pickering, 1994 - 288 pages
Contains key texts from the range of literature in the field, providing a valuable resource for the study of the foundations of monetary economics from writers such as Ricardo, Cantillon, Hume, Malthus, Torrens, J S Mill, Tooke, and covers the nineteenth-century debates on bullion, currency and monetary control through to monetary non- conformists.

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