The Purchasing Power of Money: Its' Determination And Relation to Credit Interest And Crises
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Of all wealth, man himself is a species. Like his horses or his cattle, he is himself a material object, and like them, he is owned: for if slave, he is owned by another, and if free, by himself. But though human beings may be considered as wealth, human qualities, such as skill, intelligence, and inventiveness, are not wealth. Just as the hardness of steel is not wealth, but merely a quality of one particular kind of wealth, -hard steel, -so the skill of a workman is not wealth, but merely a quality of another particular kind of wealth-skilled workman. Similarly, intelligence is not wealth, but an intelligent man is wealth. -from "Chapter I: Primary Definitions" Perhaps America's first celebrated economist, Irving Fisher-for whom the Fisher equation, the Fisher hypothesis, and the Fisher separation theorem are named-staked an early claim to fame with his revival, in this 1912 book, of the "quantity theory of money." An important work of 20th-century economics, this work explores: the circulation of money against goods the various circulating media the mystery of circulating credit how a rise in prices generates a further rise influence of foreign trade on the quantity of money the problem of monetary reform and much more. AUTHOR BIO: American economist IRVING FISHER (1867-1947) was professor of political economy at Yale University. Among his many books are Mathematical Investigations in the Theory of Value and Prices (1892), The Rate of Interest (1907), Why Is the Dollar Shrinking? A Study in the High Cost of Living (1914), and Booms and Depressions (1932).
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The general reader will be chiefly interested
Circulation of money against goods
exclusively to mathematical economists for whom the chief
PURCHASIBS POWBB OF MOMET AS REAATBT TO XHB EjCrA
The equation of exchange arithmetically expressed
The equation of exchange mechanically expressed
Conclusion and illustrations
1 The mystery of oironlating credit
Statistical Verification General Historical Bbtihw 284
Early American paper money
Deposit currency and crises
Statistical Verification Recent Years
New estimates for M and W 18961909
The revised equation of exchange
Tardiness of interest adjustment to price movements
Extent of disturbances in equation v
Completion of the credit oyele 87
V Immjuscx Ikflbbnces ok Pcbckasmo Power
Influences on the volume of deposits subject to check
Iwdibbct Influences Continued
Inftaence of melting and minting on the quantity of money
Mechanical illustration of these influences
INFLUENCE OF MONETARY SYSTEMS OS PURCHASING p0WEB
S Cases when bimetallism fails after production overtakes con
The limping standard the goldexchange standard
0 Lessons of French experiment
16 Bimetallism in Prance 182
General description of system in the United States
Influence of Quantity of Money and Othek Factors
Effects of a change in money if Quantity theory in causal
Effects of changes in velocities of circulation Fand V
Distinction between causation of individual prices and
The Dispersion of Prices makes necessary an Immsx
Consequently other prices must overrespond
An index number as a standard of deferred payments
Deferred payments based on total exchanges
New estimates for MV and V 18961909
running page headings have been constructed with espe
Influence of antecedent causes such as tariffs etc 811
THB PBOBXiKM OF MAKING PURCHASING POWER MORE STABLE
The problem of monetary reform 819
whole and it is hoped that as many as possible of those
4 The tabular standard 382
Appendix to Chapter II 849
to Ch II 5 Arrays atps Q wdpQs 365
to Ch II 5 Algebraic demonstration of equation of
Appmdix to Chapter V
to Ch V 5 Effect of time credit on equation of exchange 870
to Ch VII 2 Money substitutes unlike other substitutes
Appendix to Chaptbb VIII
Apmmtoix to Chapwb X
The writers proposal
Summary and conclusion 848
Appendix to Chapter XII
to Ch XII 1 Professor Kemmererts calculation 480
to Ch XII 3 Method of calculating WV for 18971908
to Ch XII 4 Application of formula to calculations
to Ch XII 4 Interpolating Values of Ffor 18971008
to Ch XII 6 Method of calculating P
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