State and the Monetary System

State and the Monetary System by Kevin Dowd

English | July 1989 | ISBN: 0860030881, 0860031829 | 225 Pages | PDF | 3 MB

This book argues that there is nothing fundamentally different about money to justify the unique kind of state intervention into its provision, represented by our current systems of central banking. Such a viewpoint implies that money and the industry that provides it, the banking system, can be understood using the same kinds of analytical tools which we apply to other commodities and the industries that produce them.


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