Monetary regimes and inflation : history, economic and political relationships

1. Introduction -- 2. Inflation and monetary regimes -- 3. Inflation under metallic monetary regimes -- 4. Moderate paper money inflations -- 5. Characteristics of hyperinflations -- 6. Currency competition, inflation, Gresham's law and exchange rate -- 7. Ending mild or moderate inflations --...

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Main Author: Bernholz, Peter
Corporate Author: Edward Elgar Publishing
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Cheltenham E. Elgar c2003
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Summary:1. Introduction -- 2. Inflation and monetary regimes -- 3. Inflation under metallic monetary regimes -- 4. Moderate paper money inflations -- 5. Characteristics of hyperinflations -- 6. Currency competition, inflation, Gresham's law and exchange rate -- 7. Ending mild or moderate inflations -- 8. Currency reforms ending hyperinflations
This book explores the characteristics of inflations, comparing historical cases from Roman times up to the modern day. High and moderate inflations caused by the inflationary bias of political systems and economic relationships – and the importance of different monetary regimes in containing them are analysed
Physical Description:xi, 210 p ill
ISBN:1843761556
9781781008423
9781845427788
9781843761556