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On the Manipulation of Money and Credit

Table of Contents

  1. Cover
  2. pp. 1-1
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  1. Title Page, Copyright
  2. pp. v-vi
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  1. Contents
  2. pp. vii-xii
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  1. Foreword
  2. pp. xiii-xv
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  1. Stabilization of the Monetary Unit—From the Viewpoint of Theory
  2. pp. 1-1
  1. Introduction
  2. pp. 3-4
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  1. I. The Outcome of Inflation
  2. pp. 5-14
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  1. II. The Emancipation of Monetary Value from the Influence of Government
  2. pp. 15-18
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  1. III. The Return to Gold
  2. pp. 19-21
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  1. IV. The Money Relation
  2. pp. 22-25
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  1. V. Comments on the “Balance of Payments” Doctrine
  2. pp. 26-31
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  1. VI. The Inflationist Argument
  2. pp. 32-38
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  1. VII. The New Monetary System
  2. pp. 39-42
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  1. VIII. The Ideological Meaning of Reform
  2. pp. 43-44
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  1. Appendix: Balance of Payments and Foreign Exchange Rates
  2. pp. 45-50
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  1. Monetary Stabilization and Cyclical Policy
  2. pp. 51-51
  1. Preface
  2. pp. 53-56
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  1. Part I. Stabilization of the Purchasing Power of the Monetary Unit
  2. pp. 57-57
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  1. I. The Problem
  2. pp. 59-61
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  1. II. The Gold Standard
  2. pp. 62-68
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  1. III. The “Manipulation” of the Gold Standard
  2. pp. 69-72
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  1. IV. “Measuring” Changes in the Purchasing Power of the Monetary Unit
  2. pp. 73-78
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  1. V. Fisher’s Stabilization Plan
  2. pp. 79-86
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  1. VI. Goods-induced and Cash-induced Changes in the Purchasing Power of the Monetary Unit
  2. pp. 87-91
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  1. VII. The Goal of Monetary Policy
  2. pp. 92-95
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  1. Part II. Cyclical Policy to Eliminate Economic Fluctuations
  2. pp. 97-97
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  1. I. Stabilization of the Purchasing Power of the Monetary Unit and Elimination of the Trade Cycle
  2. pp. 99-104
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  1. II. Circulation Credit Theory
  2. pp. 105-116
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  1. III. The Reappearance of Cycles
  2. pp. 117-127
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  1. IV. The Crisis Policy of the Currency School
  2. pp. 128-130
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  1. V. Modern Cyclical Policy
  2. pp. 131-138
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  1. VI. Control of the Money Market
  2. pp. 139-144
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  1. VII. Business Forecasting for Cyclical Policy and the Businessman
  2. pp. 145-147
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  1. VIII. The Aims and Method of Cyclical Policy
  2. pp. 148-152
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  1. The Causes of the Economic Crisis: An Address
  2. pp. 153-153
  1. I. The Nature and Role of the Market
  2. pp. 155-159
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  1. II. Cyclical Changes in Business Conditions
  2. pp. 160-162
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  1. III. The Present Crisis
  2. pp. 163-176
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  1. IV. Is There a Way Out?
  2. pp. 177-178
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  1. The Current Status of Business Cycle Research and Its Prospects for the Immediate Future
  2. pp. 179-186
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  1. The Trade Cycle and Credit Expansion: The Economic Consequences of Cheap Money
  2. pp. 187-198
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  1. Index
  2. pp. 199-202
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