4 edition of British monetary policy, 1945-51 found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -353) and index.
|LC Classifications||HG939.5 .H648 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 369 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||369|
|LC Control Number||93018831|
Susan Howson, British Monetary Policy –51 (Oxford: Clarendon Press, xiii + pp. £) Either ISSN or Journal title must be : Duncan M. Ross. Cambridge in –3. Professor Howson is the author of Domestic Monetary ManagementinBritain–38 (Cambridge University Press,) and British Monetary Policy –51 .
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The bare outlines of British demand-management policy in the period are well known and documented . It is also well-understood that the extent of the authorities' freedom to pursue monetary policy . British monetary policy By SUSAN HowsON. Oxford; New York; Toronto and Melbourne: Oxford University Press, Claren-don Press, Pp. xiii, $ ISBN JEL At a time when it is the fashion to argue that central banks should be independent of their governments, it is useful to have a book.
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British Monetary Policy [Susan Howson] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The first majority Labour government in Britain was pledged to maintain full employment, Cited by: His successors as Chancellor, Stafford Cripps and Hugh Gaitskell, also failed to give monetary policy any role in fighting inflation, relying on disinflationary budgetary policy after the balance-of-payments Author: Susan Howson.
Monetary policy and devaluation The background. Jay's campaign. Devaluation. Money, prices and the exchange rate The end of cheap money. The balance of payments, rearmament and the budget.
Gaitskell versus Cobbold. Full employment and financial policy. The revival of monetary policy. Book Description Years of Recovery was the first comprehensive study of the transition from war to peace in the British economy under the Labour government of – It includes a full account of.
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Years of Recovery was the first comprehensive study of the transition from war to peace in the British economy under the Labour government of – Infor example, economists might have deemed a 5 percent unemployment rate to be full employment.
In any event, monetary policy sets forth a target for full employment and aims to achieve this end. Price stability, by nature, is also not straightforward as a monetary policy goal.
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Monetary-Financial Policy, Barry Eichengreen and Peter M. Garber Introduction The Treasury-Federal Reserve Accord brought to a close an extraor-dinary period in the monetary and. Howson, S. ‘ “Socialist” monetary policy: monetary thought in the Labour party in the s ’, History of Political Economy 20 (), –64 Howson, S.
British Monetary Policy – (Oxford, ). In purchasing Lewis's new book, readers will have in their hands the best book yet on monetary policy. Lewis writes that when “a major international currency, like the British pound, is Author: John Tamny.
British monetary policy was reactivated in when short-term interest rates were increased for the first time in two decades. The book explores the politics of formulating monetary policy in the s and the techniques of implementing it, and discusses the parallels between the present monetary Brand: Palgrave Macmillan UK.
Cite this chapter as: Allen W.A. () – Labour’s Macro-Economic Policies. In: Monetary Policy and Financial Repression in Britain, –Author: William A. Allen. Monetary policy and financial repression in Britain, Palgrave Macmillan.
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Historians interested in British art policy, for instance, will surely profit from this book, and historians working on the US-UK negotiation during WWII will also gain another window to this high-profile, very complex, international policy 5/5(2).
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Reid, Lowell R. Jacobsen and Margo E. Books shelved as monetary-policy: I Do What I Do by Raghuram G. Rajan, The Ascent of Money: A Financial History of the World by Niall Ferguson, Exorbitan.This book is as fascinating as its subject. Susan Howson is professor of economics at the University of Toronto.
She has written extensively on twentieth-century British monetary history and is the author of, among other books, Domestic Monetary Management in Britain, () and British Monetary Policy. This book has been written to work on two levels.
On the one hand, it provides a theory of monetary policy, focusing on the role of the central bank in determining and effecting policy. It also examines .