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ISBN:0199243662
Author: Luca Einaudi
ISBN13: 978-0199243662
Title: Money and Politics: European Monetary Unification and the International Gold Standard (1865-1873)
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Language: English
Category: Economics
Publisher: Oxford University Press (July 12, 2001)
Pages: 256

Money and Politics: European Monetary Unification and the International Gold Standard (1865-1873) by Luca Einaudi



Published by E. ET (January 2004). Luca Einaudi, Money and Politics: European Monetary Unification and the International Gold Standard (1865-1873). Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2001. It is a fascinating tale.

Money and Politics book. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Start by marking Money and Politics: European Monetary Unification and the International Gold Standard (1865-1873) as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. It explores political, diplomatic, and economic aspects of the Latin Monetary Union between 1865 and 1873. Areas such as the debate between economists and the public, and the daily operations, conflicts of interest, and power struggles This is a detailed study of a little-known attempt to create monetary union throughout the whole of Europe in the late nineteenth century.

European Monetary Unification and the International Gold Standard (1865–1873). Oxford University Press. p. 104. ISBN 978-0-19-924366-2. Not borne out by references in coin catalogues, . Krause & Mishler, Standard Catalog of World Coins, 19th century, which shows LMU standard finenesses for Papal States silver and gold coinage with no debasement. Henry Parker Willis, A History of the Latin Monetary Union (U. Chicago Press 1901) . 5-86. The Economics and Politics of Monetary Unions: A Reassessment of the Latin Monetary Union, 1865–71". Redish, Angela (1993). The Latin Monetary Union and the Emergence of the International Gold Standard". Monetary Regimes in Transition.

Home All Categories Money and Politics: European Monetary Unification and the International Gold Standard (1865-1873). ISBN13: 9780199243662. Money and Politics : European Monetary Unification and the International Gold Standard (1865-1873).

Money and Politics reconstructs for the first time the full history of the creation of the Latin Monetary Union (LMU), a long forgotten precedent of the Euro. It focuses in particular on the attempted transformation of the LMU into a European Monetary Union between 1865 and 1873. The use of extensive diplomatic and banking archives in France, Britain, Italy, and Germany has enabled the author to reconstruct in detail the intellectual debate concerning the gold standard and bimetallism, as well as the surrounding political and diplomatic manoeuvres, which in many ways anticipated the conflicts.

See Einaudi Luca, ‘Monetary Unions and Free Riders: The Case of the Latin Monetary Union (1865-78)’, Rivista di Storia Economica, ., 1997, p. 27-61. The effect of the union on the reserves of the informal central bank of the LMU: Composition of the metallic reserves of the Bank of France 1850-77, (millions of francs). Source: Einaudi Luca, Money and Politics: European Monetary Unification and the International Gold Standard. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2001. What causes monetary unions to break or to consolidate? Breaking political unity destroys the political conditions for union.

Money and Politics: European Monetary Unification and the International Gold Standard (1865-1873). The studies of the emergence of the gold standard have adopted variously long term and shorter term perspectives, and arrive at different conclusions concerning the relative contributions of technological and political factors.

Author: Einaudi, Luca. Time period: 1865 - 1873. Supervisor(s): Rothschild, Emma.

This is a detailed study of a little-known attempt to create monetary union throughout the whole of Europe in the late nineteenth century. It explores political, diplomatic, and economic aspects of the Latin Monetary Union between 1865 and 1873. Areas such as the debate between economists and the public, and the daily operations, conflicts of interest, and power struggles between national banks and governments in the age of Gladstone, Napoleon III, and Bismarck are examined.