Edited by Ingo Barens, Volker Caspari and Bertram Schefold
The influence of political developments on the evolution of economic thought is the main theme behind this book. As the authors reveal throughout the book, history has shown many times that political events can trigger the formulation of new economic conceptions that in turn influence the future economic development of a country.
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- Political Events and Economic Ideas
- Chapter 1: From Bimetallism to Monetarism: The Shifting Political Affiliation of the Quantity Theory
- Chapter 2: Economic and Monetary Union in Europe: Political Priority versus Economic Integration?
- Chapter 3: The Political Element in Monetary Theory
- Chapter 4: Monetary Reform in France: The French Economists and the Stabilization of the Franc in the 1920s
- Chapter 5: Consequences of a Monetary System: German Monetary Reform, 1948 - the Birth of the DM and of a New Central Bank System and their Political and Economic Implications
- Chapter 6: Quesnay's Creation of the Tableau Économique in Response to the Economic Weakness of France
- Chapter 7: Power and Wealth: Quesnay Betrayed by the Tableau Économique?
- Chapter 8: Structural Change and Social Transformation in Physiocracy
- Chapter 9: The Kingdom of Ponthiamas - A Physiocratic Model State in Indochina: A Note on the International Exchange of Economic Thought and of Concepts for Economic Reforms in the 18th Century
- Chapter 10: Cleomenes III's Politico-Economic Reforms in Sparta (235-222 BC) and Cercidas' Economic Thought
- Chapter 11: Economic Theory as Political Philosophy: The Example of the French Enlightenment
- Chapter 12: Economic Theory and Economic Policy in Italy during the Second Half of the Eighteenth and the First Half of the Nineteenth Century
- Chapter 13: Advocacy of Freedom and Justification of Governmental Interference in Western Economic Thought - The Case of Two Liberal Economists: Francesco Ferrara and Henry C. Carey
- Chapter 14: The End of an Era: The Austrian Zeitschrift für Nationalökonomie in the Interwar Period
- Chapter 15: Patristic Legacies in Russian Economic Thought and their Significance for the Transformation of Russia's Economy and Society
- Chapter 16: Specific Interrelations of Politics and Economics in Russian History
- Chapter 17: The Great Depression in Irving Fisher's Thought
- Chapter 18: Planning for Abundance: Nicholas Kaldor and Joan Robinson on the Socialist Reconstruction of Britain, 1942-45
- Chapter 19: Harrod's Dynamics in the Making
- MARCELLO DE CECCO
- WALTER ELTIS
- DAVID LAIDLER
- BERTRAM SCHEFOLD
- CHRISTIAN SCHMIDT
- ERICH W. STREISSLER
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