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BRESCIANI-TURRONI, Costantino. The Economics of Inflation : A Study of Currency Depreciation in Post-War Germany, 1914-1923. With a foreword by LionelRobbins. Translated by Millicent E. Sayers. London: George Allen & Unwin l td., (1953). Second Printing. Pp. (4),-464. 8vo, blue cloth with gilt lettering to spine. Sir Halley Stewart Publications, number 4. "For this translation, Professor Bresciani-Turoni thoroughly revised his celebrated work 'Le Vicende del Marco Tedesco', and added an appendix on German economic conditions in the years following the monetary reform, 1923-24. As it now stands, the book gives at once the most exhaustive analysis of economic conditions in Germany under the Great Inflation and some illuminating discusions applying to inflation conditions generally. The analysis is amply supportedby statistical material which, coming from the hand of a statistical econo mist of international reputation, is itself most instructive." - from the dj. Contents: 1. Foreign Exchanges and International Price Movements in Germany, 1914 to 1923; 2. The National Finances, the Inflation and the Depreciation the Mark; 3. The Divergences between the Internal Value and the External Value of the Mark; 4. Relations between the Total Value and the Quantityof Paper Money in Circulation; 5. The Influences of the Depreciation of th e Mark on Economic Activity; 6. The Depreciation of the Mark and Germany's Foreign Trade; 7. The Course of Prices of Industrial Shares during the Paper Inflation; 8. Social Influences of the Inflation; 9. The Monetary Reform of November 1923; 10. The Stabilization Crisis; 11. Conclusion. With appendices and index. Small brown spot mid-spine, light spotting fore-edge and endpapers, else very good in faintly spine-dampstained, nicked, unclipped dustjacket. 60.00
Title: Economics of Inflation : A Study of Currency Depreciation in Post-War Germany, 1914-1923. Second Impression in dustjacket.
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