The Economics of Inflation; A Study of Currency Depreciation in Post-War Germany 1914-1923

By: Bresciani-Turroni C et al

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B0041SI5T0 464 pages. Index. Originally published in Italian in 1931. This first English edition substantially revised. Inside front board is the bookplate of M.L. Burstein, "One of the sharpest minds in economics of the last century" - from online reference. "The depreciation of the mark of 1914-1923, which is the subject of this work, is one of the outstanding episodes in the history of the twentieth century. Not only by reason of its magnitude but also by reason of its effects, it looms large on our horizon. It was the most colossal thing of its kind in history: and, next probably to the Great War itself, it must bear responsibility for many of the political and economic difficulties of our generation. It destroyed the wealth of the more solid elements in German society; and it left behind a moral and economic disequilibrium, apt breeding ground for the disasters which have followed." - Foreword. Gilt lettering legible upon blue backstrip which is sunned along with portions of each board. Bit of writing inside front board otherwise clean and unmarked. Binding intact. A sound association copy of this important work. COHEN 458.

Title: The Economics of Inflation; A Study of Currency Depreciation in Post-War Germany 1914-1923

Author Name: Bresciani-Turroni C et al

Categories: History, Economics,

Edition: First English Edition

Publisher: New York, George Allen & Unwin: 1937

ISBN Number: B0041SI5T0

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 324G0645

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