The emergence of the gold standard and the unification of the monetary functions
What happened to the functioning of the cashless payments system using bills of exchange?
The financial crisis 2008–09, The Great Recession, has contributed to calls for a return to the gold standard. In Austrian economics, M. White makes a case for a transition to a new gold standard. The gold standard, which emerged during the nineteenth century, starting in Great Britain, united monet...
|Main Author:||Thomas, Marmefelt|
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|published in:||The History of Money and Monetary Arrangements pp. 101 - 116|
|Data of publication:||2019|
|Alternate Title:||The emergence of the gold standard
|Online Access:||available in Bonn?|
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