2 edition of German monetary theory, 1905-1933. found in the catalog.
German monetary theory, 1905-1933.
Howard S. Ellis
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It is a constitutive tenet of credit theory that the ability of ‘things’ to bear or transmit monetary value is constituted entirely by their denomination in a unit (money) of account (see Ellis  for a comparison of early twentieth-century German nominalist and materialist commodity theories). In this conception, the myriad means of Cited by: 6. Besomi, D. (). Keynes and Harrod on the Classical Theory of Interest: More on the Origin of the Only Diagram in the General Theory. Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 22(3), – CrossRef Google ScholarAuthor: Esteban Pérez Caldentey.
Howard Ellis's German Monetary Theory, () is still a standard reference on its subject for those of us who do not read German, and there, Lucien Albert Hahn shares equal billing with no less a figure than Joseph Schumpeter in a chapter on cycle theory. However, I’m curious to know what, if anything, Ellis, H.S. () German Monetary Theory Cambridge Mass.: Harvard University Press or Bellofiore, R. () German Monetary Theory Revisited London: Palgrave Macmillan, both cited by the author, have to say about Knapp’s theory. Here’s a bit of the author’s conclusion.
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German Monetary Theory, (Harvard Economic Studies). He was a Professor of Economics at the University of California, Berkeley from to by Howard Sylvester Rating: % positive. German Monetary Theory, By HOWARD S. ELLIS. (Harvard Economic Studies, vol. German monetary theory XLIV.) Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press.
xv, THIs book is extraordinarily stimulating for two reasons. First, to the monetary theorist not acquainted with German it is a veritable peak in Darien from which he may gaze upon a hitherto. German Monetary Theory, By HOWARD S.
ELLIS. German monetary theory econ. stud. (Cambridge: Harvard Univ. Press. xv, $) "The purposes of this book are two: to make available in summary form the contents of a large literature from which many students are debarred by the obstacle of language or time; and to present critical.
A thorough, scholarly study of monetary theories in Germany and Austria, but with reference also to those held by Scandinavian and English writers.
One of the best critical accounts of the problem. German Monetary Theory, | Foreign Affairs. Knapp’s The State Theory of Money and its reception in German academic discourse Dirk H. Ehnts, Europa-Universität Flensburg * Abstract: InGeorg Friedrich Knapp published The State Theory of Money in his native German, claiming that money is a “creature of law” and not connected to metals via some intrinsic Size: KB.
Additional material on Von Mises is in Howard S. Ellis, German Monetary Theory, (), and lsrael M. Kirzner, The Economic Point of View: An Essay in the History of Economic Thought (). Professor Mises.”3 In his comprehensive study of German Monetary Theory, Howard Ellis insisted that Mises’s Theory of Money and Credit was “one of the most substantial treatises upon monetary theory in the German literature” and that his personal role in bringing an end to the Austrian hyperinflation of the early s made “Mises a.
Ellis, Howard S. German Monetary Theory, Harvard Economic Studies, Vol. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard Univ. Press. Marget, Arthur W. Léon Walras and the “Cash-balance Approach” to the Problem of the Value of Money. Journal of Political Economy 3 Since Hahn also shares with Schumpeter the view that the main function of credit is the financing of economic development, it is understandable that Howard Ellis () in his opus magnum, i.e.
his classical survey of German Monetary Theory: contrasts “The Schumpeter-Hahn type of cycle theory” with “The Mises-Hayek Analysis of Cycles”.
The importance of the problems involved makes it necessary to weigh also the objections of H. Ellis (German Monetary Theory [Cambridge, ], pp. 77 ff.). In the text above, all objections raised are particularized and critically examined.
Abstract. Ingham combines insights from two hitherto largely separate social science fields, i.e., Chartalist theories of money and Weberian sociological theories on class struggle, to produce a wide-ranging and fascinating book, with a splendidly original Chapter 6 on the importance of establishing a constitutional monarchy in the UK for developing monetary by: 6.
Only in monetary theory were German economists accomplishing anything amounting to a breakthrough, mainly due to the efforts of Albert Hahn and Siegfried Budge (H.
Ellis, German Monetary Theory – [Cambridge: Harvard University Press, ]). Georg Friedrich Knapp (German:; 7 March – 20 February ) was a German economist who in published The State Theory of Money, which founded the chartalist school of monetary theory, which argues that money's value derives from its issuance by an institutional form of government rather than spontaneously through relations of exchange.
Additional material on Von Mises is in Howard S. Ellis, German Monetary Theory, (), and lsrael M. Kirzner, The Economic Point of View: An Essay in the History of Economic Thought (). Information regarding Ludwig von Mises is also accessible at http: // Mr.
Angell discusses the effects of changes in the great flows of money payments to and from individuals.
He covers the saving-investment Criticism of Ellis's definition in his book GERMAN MONETARY THEORY, Comment by H. Ellis, "Mr. Lounsbury on Money," AMERICAN ECONOMIC REVIEW, XXVIII, March,pp. Online Library of Liberty. Ellis, Howard S., German monetary theory – Cambridge, Mass., [Ellis, William]“Exportation of machinery,” Westminster review III (), – separate listing is given for the titles cited in the first two chapters and for those cited in the remainder of the book.
Last modified April The Theory of Prices: A Re-examination of the Central Problems of a Monetary Theory, 2 vols. New York: Augustus M. Kelley New York: Augustus M.
Kelley Google ScholarCited by: 5.This theory has a long tradition going back more than years. As an integral part of pre-Keynesian international monetary theory, it formed the central analytical core of classical and.