Monetary Problems of the British Empire

By S. E. Harris; Bureau of International Research of Harvard University and Radcliffe College | Go to book overview

MONETARY PROBLEMS OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

By S. E. HARRIS, PH.D. LECTURER ON ECONOMICS HARVARD UNIVERSITY

NEW YORK THE MACMILLAN COMPANY 1931

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • PREFATORY NOTE ix
  • TABLE OF CONTENTS xiii
  • MONETARY POLICY OF GREAT BRITAIN SINCE 1914 1
  • Introduction 3
  • PART I SPECIAL PHASES OF INFLATION 9
  • Chapter II Government CoÖperation 14
  • Chapter III Public Borrowing 23
  • Chapter IV the Banks 26
  • Chapter V Moratorium 28
  • SUMMARY OF BOOK I 32
  • Chapter II Department Ways and Means 41
  • Chapter III Special Deposits 46
  • Chapter IV Ways and Means and Inflation 60
  • SUMMARY OF BOOK II 63
  • PART II INFLATION AND DEFLATION 93
  • PART III EXCHANGES AND GOLD POLICY 239
  • APPENDICES 349
  • APPENDIX II WAR LOANS AND THE MONEY MARKET 360
  • MONETARY PROBLEMS OF THE DOMINIONS AND INDIA 367
  • Introduction 369
  • PART IV INDIA 371
  • Chapter V Council Bills 403
  • PART V SOUTH AFRICA, AUSTRALIA, AND EGYPT 457
  • PART VI BIBLIOGRAPHY, WITH COMMENTS 497
  • BIBLIOGRAPHY, WITH COMMENTS 499
  • SECTION I IMPORTANT SERIAL PUBLICATIONS 501
  • Index 561
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