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by Charles Poor Kindleberger

Download Financial History of Western Europe ePub
  • ISBN 0043320880
  • ISBN13 978-0043320884
  • Language English
  • Author Charles Poor Kindleberger
  • Publisher HarperCollins Publishers Ltd (March 1984)
  • Pages 543
  • Formats doc lit mobi lrf
  • Category Different
  • Subcategory Business and Finance
  • Size ePub 1394 kb
  • Size Fb2 1327 kb
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 923

the contrast is with German reparation

Charles Kindleberger highlights the development of financial institutions to meet emerging needs, and the similarities .

Charles Kindleberger highlights the development of financial institutions to meet emerging needs, and the similarities and contrasts in the handling of financial problems such as transferring resources from one country to another, stimulating investment, or financing war and cleaning up the resulting monetary mess.

Kindleberger's work on financial history is designed as an undergraduate guide, but such is the wealth of detail and information that it serves as a useful reference tome long after the undergraduate work is completed. The explanations of the gold versus silver standard debate (bi-metalism) is particularly helpful and clear, given the complexity of the issue.

Kindleberger, Charles Poor, 1910-. Finance - Europe - History. London ; Boston : Allen & Unwin. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by station25. cebu on February 12, 2019. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata). Terms of Service (last updated 12/31/2014).

British Library Cataloguing in Publication Data Kindleberger, Charles P. A financial history of Western Europe.

No reproduction without permission. British Library Cataloguing in Publication Data Kindleberger, Charles P. 1. Finance - Europe, Western - History I. Title 332'. 094 HG 186 ISBN 0-04-332088-0 cased 0-04-332105-4 paperback.

Charles Poor "Charlie" Kindleberger (October 12, 1910 – July 7, 2003) was an economic historian and author of over 30 books. His 1978 book Manias, Panics, and Crashes, about speculative stock market bubbles, was reprinted in 2000 after the dot-com bubble. He is well known for hegemonic stability theory. He has been referred to as "the master of the genre" on financial crisis by The Economist.

and global financial integration, and private and public finance in Western Europe. Charles P. Kindleberger has written many influential books in economics over the past 60 years, the most recent of which are: Economic Laws and Economic History (1990), Historical Economics: Art of Science? (1990), and Mariners and Markets (1992). Country of Publication.

Kindleberger, Charles Poor 1910 - 2003 (DE-588)119001713 (DE-576)161708951. Publication, Distribution, et. London . Allen & Unwin, (c)1984. Download A financial history of Western Europe Charles P. Kindleberger leave here couple of words about this book: Tags

Автор: Kindleberger Charles P Название: Financial History of Western Europe Издательство: Taylor&Francis . To be black in Europe-whether during the sixteenth century or today-means sharing one crucial experience: being part of a small, but visible minority.

To be black in Europe-whether during the sixteenth century or today-means sharing one crucial experience: being part of a small, but visible minority.

Items related to A Financial History of Western Europe. Kindleberger is at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Emeritus). It reads like Professor Kindleberger talking-which is surely high praise. Kindleberger A Financial History of Western Europe. ISBN 13: 9780195077384. Full of ideas and fascinating information.

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Duzshura
arrived within the time frame, no complaints
jorik
This is a book you will always find helpful as a necessary reference to come back to. It covers centuries and several nations, don't expect an almanac approach to the technical data but rather data built around short, straight to the point narratives. The book is well written, organized, and researched. This is how I prefer to read my financial history with an emphases on the content, accuracy, and consistency, rather than disguised polemic and political agenda setting, as is the current trend in financial history books (Harvard, Princeton press...im looking at you). This is not for the casual reader looking for introductory information. Nuff said.

*Note* This affordable paperback must have been released right before I bought my copy, becuase I might have purchased it, but glad I didn't. Although the price is nice YOU WILL USE THIS BOOK (I handle my hardback at least once a month over the last 4 years and its pages are still tight, its a 2nd ed from 1993) and paperback's life span is not of that as a hardback. Consider that before you buy this edition.
Cordaron
Kindleberger's work on financial history is designed as an undergraduate guide, but such is the wealth of detail and information that it serves as a useful reference tome long after the undergraduate work is completed. Kindleberger takes the reader step by step through the financial issues of the European economy as it developed from feudal to capitalist society. The explanations of the gold versus silver standard debate (bi-metalism) is particularly helpful and clear, given the complexity of the issue. The charting of the relative developments of the UK and Continental financial systems, and the advantages that they gave the British in the nineteenth century, are also well written.
A reader looking for a wealth of data is likely to be disappointed. Figures are provided, but there are other books that will give reams of numbers for the economic historian (several of which are cited by Kindleberger - the references of this book alone are worth buying it for).
Overall, this is widely and rightly regarded as a valuable contribution to the field of economic history.
Exellent
I like this history a lot. It's very complete and readable, even by a non-expert like me. I was actually inspired to read about the history of finance in Europe by the fiction books by Neal Stephenson called The Baroque Cycle, which is in part about the invention of the modern financial system, along with Pirates. It's really interesting to read about the real history.