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Economic theory of bank credit / L. Albert Hahn ; translated by Clemens Matt ; introduction by Harald Hagemann.

By: Hahn, L. Albert,‏ ‎, 1889-1968‏.
Contributor(s): Matt, Clemens‏ [translator.] | Hagemann, Harald‏ [author of introduction, etc.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2015Description: xlii, 195 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.ISBN: 9780198723073; 0198723075.Subject(s): Credit | Banks and banking | | BAEPS, Economics October2016 | BAEPS, Business Administration October2016DDC classification: 332.7 Online resources: Table of contents only Summary: Economic Theory of Bank Credit' is a clear exposition of a theory of credit, standing in the tradition of Harley Withers, Henry Macleod, and Knut Wicksell. A theory of credit recognises that banks are not only intermediaries of savings but in fact create money themselves. This idea is paired with a detailed accountof the technical processes of the banking sector.
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Index : p. 189-195.

Includes bibliographical references.

Economic Theory of Bank Credit' is a clear exposition of a theory of credit, standing in the tradition of Harley Withers, Henry Macleod, and Knut Wicksell. A theory of credit recognises that banks are not only intermediaries of savings but in fact create money themselves. This idea is paired with a detailed accountof the technical processes of the banking sector.

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