3 edition of state theory of money. found in the catalog.
state theory of money.
Georg Friedrich Knapp
|Series||Reprints of economic classics|
|Contributions||Lucas, H. M., Mrs., Bonar, James, 1852-1941.|
|LC Classifications||HG221 .K583 1974|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 306 p.|
|Number of Pages||306|
|LC Control Number||75140544|
Georg Friedrich Knapp developed the state theory of money, an approach that is directly opposed to the Metalist view, according to which the value of money derives from the value of the metal standard (for example, gold or silver) adopted. The Theory of Money and Credit Mises wrote this book for the ages, and it remains the most spirited, thorough, and scientifically rigorous treatise on money to ever appear. It made his reputation across Europe and established him as the most important economist of his age.
Knapp, Georg Friedrich, "The State Theory of Money," History of Economic Thought Books, McMaster University Archive for the History of Economic Thought, number knapp Handle: RePEc:hay:hetboo:knapp Joe Ament, "Toward an Ecological Monetary Theory," Sustainability, MDPI, Open Access Journal, vol. 11(3), pages , Kumar Adak, "Modern Money Theory is a hoax as its arguments are contradictory, based on irrational propositions, and impractical," Proceedings of International Academic Conferences , International Institute of Social and Economic Sciences.
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The State Theory of Money is one of the books to read if one desires to have a better understanding of money. Knapp uses complex expressions, neologisms of Greek origin, but once those are overcome, what we are left with is a theory that remains as valid today as it was at the time of its writing ()/5.
The State Theory of Money: Knapp, Georg Friedrich, Bonar, J., Lucas, H. M.: : Books. Buy New. $ Qty: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 Qty: 1. & FREE by: Georg Friedrich Knapp () was a German economist who in published "The State Theory of Money," which founded the chartalist school of monetary theory, which takes the state theory of money.
book stance that money must have no intrinsic value and strictly be used as governmentally-issued token, i.e., fiat money/5(3). The State Theory of Money appeared first in ; the 2nd edition followed inthe 3rd inthe 4th in Our translation is based on the 4th. German Economist Georg Knapp' s book The State Theory of Money ().
Knapp along with Friedrich List heavily influenced later German National Socialist economist Gottfried Feder and the development of the Germanized fascist economic system that pulled Germany out of misery while the rest of the world were in deep depression.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Translation of Staatliche Theorie des Geldes. Reprint of the ed. published on behalf of. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Knapp, Georg Friedrich, State theory of money.
London, Published on behalf of the Royal Economic Society by Macmillan and Co., This chapter examines the theoretical building blocks of the Modern Money Theory (MMT), an economic theory that details the procedures and consequences of using government-issued tokens as the unit of money.
In recent years, MMT has risen to prominence, especially on the internet, largely for two reasons. First, its understanding of the nature of money leads to interesting policy conclusions. The I Theory of Money Markus K. Brunnermeiery and Yuliy Sannikovz rst version: Oct. 10, this version: June 5, Abstract This paper provides a theory of money, whose value depends on the functioning of the intermediary sector, and a uni ed framework for analyzing the interaction between price and nancial by: From the State Theory of Money to Modern Money Theory An Alternative to Economic Orthodoxy This paper explores the intellectual history of the state, or chartalist, approach to money, from the early developers (Georg Friedrich Knapp and A.
Mitchell Innes) through Joseph Schumpeter, John Maynard Keynes, and Abba Lerner, and on to modern exponents Hyman Minsky, Charles Goodhart, and. The State Theory of Money, a English translation of Staatliche Theorie des Geldes.
Knapp is mostly remembered for this book which was translated into English by the Royal Economic Society and published for the first time in the United Kingdom innineteen years after its Born: March 7,Gießen, Grand Duchy of Hesse. The following general principles remain: (1) The choice of the means of payment is a free act of the State's authority.
(2) The denomination of the means of payment according to new units of value is a free act of the State's authority.
(3) The definition of the new unit is also a free act of the State's. Georg Friedrich Knapp () was a German economist who in published "The State Theory of Money," which founded the chartalist school of monetary theory, which takes the statist stance that money must have no intrinsic value and strictly be used as governmentally-issued token, i.e., fiat : Georg Friedrich Knapp.
The classic source of the Cartalist view is The State Theory of Money () by the German economist George Friedrich Knapp. Knapp's rejection of a market evolutionary account, it appears on close inspection, is more a matter of wordplay than of substance. CREDIT AND STATE THEORIES OF MONEY: THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF A.
MITCHELL INNES; ED. BY L. RANDALL WRAY by L. Randall Wray,Edward Elgar edition, in EnglishPages: 1 Credit and State Theory of Money, Scanned by Arno Mong Daastoel [email protected] Note: In chapter 2 and 3, I have used the original pagination of Innes, and excluded theCited by: In Credit and State Theories of Money, Professor Randy Wray continues and extends the influential tradition established by his path-breaking contribution Money and Credit in Capitalist Economies.
Books shelved as monetary-theory: Money, Bank Credit, and Economic Cycles by Jesús Huerta de Soto, What Has Government Done to Our Money.
and The Case fo. First published in in Germany, translated from the fourth edition and published in England inthis seminal work ran counter to the classical and neo-classical theories of money.
Knall defined money as a creation of the state, with no intrinsic value. This concept helped to lay the foundation for J. Keynes's work. Previously, he was Professor at the University of Bamberg, Germany from - and at the Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany from - His research focuses on monetary theory, financial stability, systemic risk and lender of last resort policy.
He has written several books on macroeconomics, monetary theory and game theory. According to the quantity theory of money, if the amount of money in an economy doubles, price levels will also double. This means that the Author: Adam Barone. The State Theory of Money by Georg Friedrich Knapp,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(4).Buy The State Theory of Money by Knapp, Georg Friedrich, Bonar, J., Lucas, H.
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