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The banking panics of the Great Depression

著者: Elmus Wicker
出版商: Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1996.
丛书: Studies in monetary and financial history.
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This is the first full-length study of five US banking panics of the Great Depression.

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类型/形式: History
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所有的著者/提供者: Elmus Wicker
ISBN: 0521562619 9780521562614
OCLC号码: 33665426
描述: xviii, 174 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm.
内容: The banking situation in the United States, 1921-33 --
States of the economy: 1921-9 and 1930-3 --
The incidence of bank suspensions --
Financial condition of US banks: 1921-9 and 1930-3 --
Definitions, characteristics and theories of banking panics --
Banking panics of the Great Depression: an overview --
The banking crisis of 1930 --
The geographical incidence of the banking crisis of 1930 --
The microhistory of the banking crisis --
Interest rates and the banking crisis of 1930 --
Expenditure effects of the banking crisis --
The banking crisis as a cause of the Great Depression --
The role of the Federal Reserve in the banking crisis --
What should the Fed have done? --
The two banking crises of 1931 --
The region specific second banking crisis: April-August 1931 --
The third banking crisis: September-October 1931 --
two crises contrasted --
Mini panics in Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, and Chicago --
The gold crisis: Britain's departure from the gold standard and the Fed's response --
Was there something special about the 1931 banking crisis? --
Role of the 1931 crises in contributing to the Great Depression --
The banking panic of 1933 --
The long pause between financial storms: 1932 --
The gathering storm --
The external drain --
Money and capital markets during the panic --
The Fed's response to the gathering storm --
Expenditure effects of the 1933 panic --
Did the 1933 panic resemble pre-1914 panics? --
The resolution of the banking panic --
Banking crises of the Great Depression: a reassessment.
丛书名: Studies in monetary and financial history.
责任: Elmus Wicker.
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'An important contribution to our understanding of the interactions between the banking system and the course of the Great Depression.' John H. Wood, H-Net Reviews 'This book substantially advances 再读一些...

 
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