Explaining Monetary and Financial Innovation

A Historical Analysis

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ISBN: 978-3-319-06108-5 (Print) 978-3-319-06109-2 (Online)

Table of contents (13 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-x

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    Pages 1-16

    The Political Economy of Monetary and Financial Innovation: Introduction and Overview

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    Pages 17-29

    Silver as a Financial Tool in Ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia

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    Pages 31-51

    War and Peace, Imitation and Innovation, Backwardness and Development: The Beginnings of Coinage in Ancient Greece and Lydia

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    Pages 53-77

    The Emergence and Spread of Coins in Ancient India

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    Pages 79-126

    The Emergence and Spread of Coins in China from the Spring and Autumn Period to the Warring States Period

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    Pages 127-168

    The Changing Pattern of Achaemenid Persian Royal Coinage

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    Pages 169-195

    The Spread of Coins in the Hellenistic World

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    Pages 197-226

    Monetary Innovation in Ancient Rome: The Republic and Its Legacy

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    Pages 227-251

    The Provision of Stable Moneys by Florence and Venice, and North Italian Financial Innovations in the Renaissance Period

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    Pages 253-282

    Monetary and Financial Innovations in Flanders, Antwerp, London and Hamburg: Fifteenth to Eighteenth Century

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    Pages 283-300

    The Bank of Amsterdam Through the Lens of Monetary Competition

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    Pages 301-321

    Monetary and Financial Innovation in the Spanish Empire: Lights and Shadows

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    Pages 323-366

    The Emergence and Innovations of the Eurodollar Money and Bond Market: The Role of Openness and Competition Between States