|Author:||Harvey Edward Fisk|
|Title:||English Public Finance from the Revolution of 1688|
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|Publisher:||BiblioLife (August 14, 2008)|
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Other books by Harvey Edward Fisk: Our public debt; an historical sketch with a description of United States securities. French public finance in the great war and to-day, with chapters on banking and currency On March 22, 1758.
Home Browse Books Book details, English Public Finance from the Revolution o. .English Public Finance from the Revolution of 1688: With Chapters on the Bank of England. Read FREE! English Public Finance from the Revolution of 1688: With Chapters on the Bank of England. It was the turn of the business year. The cloud of pessimism which had overhung the international finance markets since the outbreak of the Balkan wars in 1912 seemed about to disappear. The half-yearly settlements had passed over smoothly in the chief money centers of Europe.
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Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed pages. English Public Finance, From The Revolution Of 1688: With Chapters On The Bank Of England (1920) by Harvey Edward Fisk
Almost without exception the statements of fact contained in this book, especially those having to do with its main purpose - public finance are - based upon a study of official documents. Where necessary to depend upon secondary sources care has been taken to refer only to those admittedly authoritative. We are hopeful that this book may contribute to a better understanding of Great Britain's present financial problems: and how they are being solved, and that it may prove to be a useful work of reference for our friends.
English Public Finance from the Revolution of 1688.