By Forrest Capie,Alan Webber
This publication is the end result of a massive study programme at the financial heritage of the United Kingdom.
This quantity includes financial sequence starting from unique stability sheet fabric to financial aggregates reminiscent of M3 and are in per thirty days, quarterly and annual shape. the knowledge are drawn quite often from basic resources within the early a part of the interval and from extra obtainable released resources for newer years. evaluations of current sequence are given and exams of the price of alternative assets are supplied. The consumer could be in a position to construct his/her personal sequence from the fundamental materials given here.
This assets and evaluate of information may be a necessary connection with fiscal historians and utilized economists with an curiosity and use to the scholars of cash and banking and to financial economists of alternative international locations. This vintage booklet used to be first released in 1985.
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A Monetary History of the United Kingdom: 1870-1982: Volume 1 (Economic History) by Forrest Capie,Alan Webber