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How Credit-Money Shapes the Economy : The United States in a Global System :  The United States in a Global System - Robert Guttmann

How Credit-Money Shapes the Economy : The United States in a Global System

The United States in a Global System

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Published: 1994
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This text examines money, credit, and economic activity in the increasingly integrated global economy. It focuses on the problems afflicting the United States as it adapts to the transformation of the world economy.

Prefacep. xvii
Acknowledgmentsp. xxiii
The Theory of Moneyp. 1
The Economy in Transitionp. 3
Economic Activities as Monetary Circuitsp. 19
The Cyclical Growth pattern of Capital Accumulationp. 44
The Historic Evolution of Money Managementp. 61
The Transition from Commodity-Money to Credit-Moneyp. 63
The postwar Monetary Regime and Its Inflationary Biasp. 87
The End of the New Dealp. 117
Stagflation and Financial Instabilityp. 119
The Disintegration of the postwar Monetary Regimep. 137
The Legacy of Reaganomicsp. 166
The Monetary Regime in Transitionp. 195
The Dilemmas of Monetary policyp. 197
Financial Fragility and the Lender of Last Resortp. 223
Regulatory Overhaul and the Restructuring of U.S. Banksp. 258
Deal Mania and Fictitious Capitalp. 293
The International Dimension of Moneyp. 321
The Challenges of Global Integrationp. 323
The International Monetary System in Fluxp. 353
Supranational Credit-Moneyp. 385
Toward a True Form of World Moneyp. 427
Restructuring the American Economyp. 453
The United States at the Crossroadsp. 455
Notesp. 489
Acronyms and Abbreviationsp. 523
Bibliographyp. 527
Indexp. 541
About the Authorp. 563
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ISBN: 9781563241000
ISBN-10: 1563241005
Series: Columbia University Seminar
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 592
Published: 1994
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Inc
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 22.9 x 15.2  x 4.45
Weight (kg): 0.95