Banking, Currency, and Finance in Europe between the Wars

Synopsis

This work provides an authoritative study of the interwar financial history of Europe. The policies and practices leading to, and flowing from, the exchange rate crises and banking failures of 1929-33 are explored at three levels: overall themes studies in an international perspective, comparative analyses of the experience of pairs of countries, and detailed surveys of individual countries.

Additional information

Contributors:
Includes content by:
  • Peter Temin
  • Gianni Toniolo
  • Charles H. Feinstein
  • Katherine Watson
  • Barry Eichengreen
  • Peter Temin
  • Gianni Toniolo
  • Charles H. Feinstein
  • Katherine Watson
  • Barry Eichengreen
  • Beth Simmons
  • Theo Balderston
  • Jean-charles Asselain
  • Alain Plessis
  • Isabelle Cassiers
  • Gerd Hardach
  • Michel Lescure
  • Fritz Weber
  • Zbigniew Landau
  • Wojciech Morawski
  • Ljuben Berov
  • Forrest Capie
  • Cormac Ó GrÁda
  • Helge W. Nordvik
  • George B. Dertilis
  • Constantine Costis
  • Jaime Reis
  • Pablo MartÍn-aceÑa
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • Oxford
Publication year:
  • 1995