The Evolution Of Money

📒The Evolution Of Money ✍ David Orrell

✏Book Title : The Evolution of Money
✏Author : David Orrell
✏Publisher : Columbia University Press
✏Release Date : 2016-06-14
✏Pages : 336
✏ISBN : 9780231541671
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏The Evolution of Money Book Summary : The sharing economy's unique customer-to-company exchange is possible because of the way in which money has evolved. These transactions have not always been as fluid as they are today, and they are likely to become even more fluid. It is therefore critical that we learn to appreciate money's elastic nature as deeply as do Uber, Airbnb, Kickstarter, and other innovators, and that we understand money's transition from hard currencies to cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin if we are to access their cooperative potential. The Evolution of Money illuminates this fascinating reality, focusing on the tension between currency's real and abstract properties and advancing a vital theory of money rooted in this dual exchange. It begins with the debt tablets of Mesopotamia and follows with the development of coin money in ancient Greece and Rome, gold-backed currencies in medieval Europe, and monetary economics in Victorian England. The book ends in the digital era, with the cryptocurrencies and service providers that are making the most of money's virtual side and that suggest a tectonic shift in what we call money. By building this organic time line, The Evolution of Money helps us anticipate money's next, transformative role.

✏Book Title : Nigeria and the evolution of money
✏Author : Ekpo Eyo
✏Publisher :
✏Release Date : 1979
✏Pages : 117
✏ISBN : UCAL:B5011965
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏Nigeria and the evolution of money Book Summary :

✏Book Title : The Evolution of the Money Standard in Medieval Frisia
✏Author : Dirk Jan Henstra
✏Publisher : Uitgeverij Verloren
✏Release Date : 2000
✏Pages : 462
✏ISBN : 9036712025
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏The Evolution of the Money Standard in Medieval Frisia Book Summary :

📒The Evolution Of Money ✍ Rupert J. Ederer

✏Book Title : The evolution of money
✏Author : Rupert J. Ederer
✏Publisher : Public Affairs Press [1964]
✏Release Date : 1964
✏Pages : 155
✏ISBN : STANFORD:36105020042151
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

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📒The Evolution Of Money ✍ Percy Kinnaird

✏Book Title : The Evolution of Money
✏Author : Percy Kinnaird
✏Publisher :
✏Release Date : 1909
✏Pages : 158
✏ISBN : NYPL:33433023171626
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏The Evolution of Money Book Summary :

✏Book Title : The Evolution of Monetary Policy Strategies in Europe
✏Author : Aerdt C.F.J. Houben
✏Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
✏Release Date : 2000-07-31
✏Pages : 358
✏ISBN : 0792378695
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏The Evolution of Monetary Policy Strategies in Europe Book Summary : The Evolution of Monetary Policy Strategies in Europe provides a comprehensive review of the advances in European monetary policy-making over the past decades. This book examines the considerations that determine a central bank's monetary strategy and explains how these considerations have featured in recent European monetary history. In so doing, it establishes what European monetary policy-makers have learned (or should have learned) and how they learned it. At the same time, Aerdt Houben maps out the rich monetary traditions that now flow together in the new-born Eurosystem and provides important insight into a prime influence on the system's decision-making, that is, the participating countries' past experiences. The book's distinctiveness lies in its sweeping coverage of policy developments in the individual central banks of the European Union, its penetrating analysis of the country-specific learning curves and its balanced assessment of the viability of alternative monetary policy strategies, including the strategy recently adopted by the Eurosystem. It combines theoretical insights with an in-depth empirical study of monetary policy design in Europe, highlighting the specific features that have contributed to policy success or failure. While the subject of monetary policy strategy (especially that of the Eurosystem) is currently very topical, the book's detailed information on how monetary policy has actually been implemented in each of the 15 European Union countries makes it a useful reference work with a long life-span.

✏Book Title : The Evolution of Monetary Policy and Banking in the US
✏Author : Donald D. Hester
✏Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
✏Release Date : 2008-03-30
✏Pages : 206
✏ISBN : 3540777946
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏The Evolution of Monetary Policy and Banking in the US Book Summary : A concise analysis of the evolution of monetary policy and banking institutions over the past sixty years that stresses the dynamic interactions between the Federal Reserve and banking institutions that resulted from financial market innovations. Institutions were influenced by increasing competition in markets and monetary policies. The book consists of two parts, which are organized chronologically. The first has chapters that correspond with terms of chairmen of the Federal Reserve Board. It critically analyzes decisions taken by the Federal Open Market Committee in each period and argues that innovations forced changes in the design and conduct of monetary policy. The second part analyzes how banking institutions evolved from a very conservative and regulated system in 1945 to highly inventive financial firms and how this evolution has affected the distribution of credit, wealth, and income in the US.

📒Dirty Money ✍ William C. Gilmore

✏Book Title : Dirty money
✏Author : William C. Gilmore
✏Publisher : Council of Europe
✏Release Date : 1999
✏Pages : 341
✏ISBN : 9287138540
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏Dirty money Book Summary : This second revised & expanded edition of Dirty Money describes money laundering activities & analyses initiatives taken in a variety of international fora, including the FATF, the Council of Europe & the European Union which aim to enhance the effectiveness of existing counter-measures. It also presents the new measures put in place to meet the fresh challenges that have arisen, ranging from Internet banking to the introduction of the euro.

📒Easy Money ✍ Vivek Kaul

✏Book Title : Easy Money
✏Author : Vivek Kaul
✏Publisher : SAGE Publications India
✏Release Date : 2013-10-29
✏Pages : 300
✏ISBN : 9788132117841
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏Easy Money Book Summary : “A man hears what he wants to hear and disregards the rest,” wrote singer and songwriter Paul Simon some decades back. Books on the current financial crisis which started in late 2008 are a tad like that. Until now they have tended to deal with certain aspects of the crisis without looking at the bigger picture of what really went wrong. That bigger picture of the ongoing financial crisis has now started to evolve. Easy Money captures this big picture. The history of money and the financial system as it has evolved over the centuries stand at the heart of this endeavor. It explores the idea that the evolution of money over centuries has led to an easy money policy being followed by governments and central banks across the world, which in turn has fueled humongous Ponzi schemes, which have now started to unravel, bringing the whole world on the brink of a financial disaster. The book also explains how the lessons of the financial crisis have still not been learned, and in trying to deal with it, governments across the world are making the same mistakes which led to the current crisis in the first place.

✏Book Title : The Evolution of Central Banking Theory and History
✏Author : Stefano Ugolini
✏Publisher : Springer
✏Release Date : 2017-11-20
✏Pages : 330
✏ISBN : 9781137485250
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏The Evolution of Central Banking Theory and History Book Summary : This book is the first complete survey of the evolution of monetary institutions and practices in Western countries from the Middle Ages to today. It radically rethinks previous attempts at a history of monetary institutions by avoiding institutional approach and shifting the focus away from the Anglo-American experience. Previous histories have been hamstrung by the linear, teleological assessment of the evolution of central banks. Free from such assumptions, Ugolini’s work offers bankers and policymakers valuable and profound insights into their institutions. Using a functional approach, Ugolini charts an historical trajectory longer and broader than any other attempted on the subject. Moving away from the Anglo-American perspective, the book allows for a richer (and less biased) analysis of long-term trends. The book is ideal for researchers looking to better understand the evolution of the institutions that underlie the global economy.