Money and the Mechanism of Exchange

William Stanley Jevons
Jevons, William Stanley
(1835-1882)
CEE
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First Pub. Date
1875
Publisher/Edition
New York: D. Appleton and Co.
Pub. Date
1876
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Cover
Table of Contents
About the Book and Author
Preface
I. Barter
II. Exchange
III. The Functions of Money
IV. Early History of Money
V. Qualities of the Material of Money
VI. The Metals as Money
VII. Coins
VIII. The Principles of Circulation
IX. Systems of Metallic Money
X. The English System of Metallic Currency
XI. Fractional Currency
XII. The Battle of the Standards
XIII. Technical Matters Relating to Coinage
XIV. International Money
XV. The Mechanism of Exchange
XVI. Representative Money
XVII. The Nature and Varieties of Promissory Notes
XVIII. Methods of Regulating a Paper Currency
XIX. Credit Documents
XX. Book Credit and the Banking System
XXI. The Clearing-House System
XXII. The Cheque Bank
XXIII. Foreign Bills of Exchange
XXIV. The Bank of England and the Money Market
XXV. A Tabular Standard of Value
XXVI. The Quantity of Money Needed by a Nation
Footnotes
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