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Title
Money and exchange Money and exchange :
Type
Text
Subject
Money.
Exchange.
Exchange.
Money.
Tauschhandel.
Geld.
Geldtheorie.
Geschichte
Language
English
Classification
LCC: HG220.A2 F39 2006 (Source: dlc)
83.01 (Source: bcl)
Identified By
Lccn: 2015473320
Content
text (Source: rdacontent)
Summary
"Money and Exchange draws upon the work of Aristotle, scholastic economists, Adam Smith, Karl Marx, William Stanly Jevons, and Leon Walras, as well as some modern monetary theorists, to provide a critical analysis of some basic theories that form the starting point of monetary analysis. It concentrates primarily on certain interrelated and fundamental building blocks of monetary theory, such as the difficulties of barter as the origin of money, the concept of exchange as an equation, the notion of the exchange relation as a relation of equality, the distinction between barter and monetary relations, and money and non-money commodities."--Jacket.
Table Of Contents
The first community and the equation of exchange
The sons of Adam, justice in exchange and the medieval economy
The bartering savage and the equation of exchange
Primitive communities, the equation of exchange and proper point of departure
Mademoiselle ┼Żlie and the "scientific" theory of exchange
Neo-Walrasianism, the matrix of exchange and beyond.
Authorized Access Point
Fayazmanesh, Sasan, 1950- Money and exchange