The Evolution of the Money Market (1385-1915)
22cm x 15cm. xv, 734 pages. Red cloth, gilt lettering.
An Historical and Analytical Study of the Rise and Development of Finance as a Centralised, Coordinated Force. An important economic work which examines the evolution of the modern money market, including the beginnings of banking, the anti-usury sentiment, the early stock exchange, the rise of joint stock banks, and the post-banking evolution.
Discolouration to spine. Minor soiling to cloth. Tanning and soiling to edges. Minor pencil annotations. Bookseller’s label of Foyles, London. Good Condition.
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