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Currency And Credit by  R G [Ralph] HAWTREY - First edition - 1919 - from tinyBook and Biblio.com

Currency And Credit

by HAWTREY, R G [Ralph]

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London: Longmans, Green And Co., 1919. First edition. Original Cloth. Fine. Lrge 8vo. In publisher's original green cloth. vii, 393. A very well kept copy, only limited signs of use, binding firm, bright, no marks or scribbles, light wear to spine ends, lower tips. The author's second book, which helped establish his reputation as a significant contributor to economic debate. It became a standard work at Cambridge in the 1920s (Wikipedia). Although not formally educated in the subject - he held a first in mathematics from Cambridge - he nevertheless was a key influence on Keynes, and developed an early version of the multiplier theory. Of his publications, this is one which stands out for its "influence on banking policy and the thinking of contemporary economists - Since his death he has made a comeback as an early 'monetarist.'" Blaug, Great Economists Since Keynes, p. 85/6.




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