Bordo's classic essays on the gold standard and related regimes based directly or indirectly on gold convertibility.
Table of Contents
Foreword Anna J. Schwartz; 1. The gold standard and related regimes: introduction to the collection; Part I. History of Doctrine and the Gold Standard: 2. The gold standard: theory; 3. The gold standard: the traditional approach; 4. John E. Cairnes on the effects of the Australian gold discoveries, 1851–73: an early application of the methodology of positive economics; Part II. The Gold Standard as a Commodity Standard: 5. The classical gold standard: some lessons for today; 6. A model of the classical gold standard with depletion written with Richard Wayne Ellson; Part III. The Gold Standard as a Contingent Rule: 7. The gold standard as a commitment mechanism written with Finn E. Kydland; 8. The operation of the specie standard: evidence for core and peripheral countries, 1880–1990 written with Anna J. Schwartz; 9. The gold standard as a 'Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval' written with Hugh Rockoff; Part IV. Historical Case Studies: 10. A tale of two currencies: British and French finances during the Napoleonic Wars written with Eugene N. White; 11. Money, deflation and seigniorage in the fifteenth century: a review essay; Part V. The Bretton Woods International Monetary System: 12. The Bretton Woods International Monetary System: a historical overview; 13. Is there a good case for a Bretton Woods International Monetary System? Index.
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