Comparative Political Economy: A Retrospective

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MIT Press, 2003/01/01 - 508 ページ
The essays collected here reflect the author's shift in interests from foreign exchange to international trade, economic growth, and economic history, especially financial history.

Charles P. Kindleberger's rich and distinguised career has spanned nearly six decades. The essays collected here reflect the author's shift in interests from foreign exchange to international trade, economic growth, and economic history, especially financial history. They also contain dollops of sociology and political science. Kindleberger views himself as a historical economist who tests economic propositions against the historical record in more than one setting. The collection contains many of the jewels of Kindleberger's work. Most of the papers are strong on comparison (within Western Europe and between Europe and the United States), on economic or financial history, and on social science beyond the confines of economics.

 

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Introduction
1
Foreign Exchange
13
Competitive Currency Depreciation between Denmark and New Zealand
15
The Case for Fixed Exchange Rates 1969
33
International Trade
49
Group Behavior and International Trade
51
The Rise of Free Trade in Western Europe 1820 to 1875
73
Economic Growth
107
Anatomy of a Typical Crisis
319
Greshams Law
329
British Financial Reconstruction 1815 1822 and 19181925
349
Intermediation Disintermediation and Direct Trading
365
Political Economy
381
The Politics of International Money and World Language
383
The International Monetary Politics of a NearGreat Power Two French Episodes 1926 1936 and 19601970
395
An Explanation of the 1929 Depression
407

Germanys Overtaking of England 1806 to 1914
109
The Aging Economy
171
Standards as Public Collective and Private Goods
187
Finance
205
The Dollar and World Liquidity A Minority View with Emile Despres and Walter S Salant
207
Measuring Equilibrium in the Balance of Payments
219
The Formation of Financial Centers
241
Economic Responsibility
425
International Public Goods without International Government
441
Rules vs Men Lessons from a Century of Monetary Policy
463
Sources
483
Index
485
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Charles P. Kindleberger is Ford International Professor of Economics Emeritus, MIT and Visiting Professor, Brandeis University.

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