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|Description:||600 p., ill.|
|Contents:||Preface; Foreword; PART I: LEGACY AND FRESH START; 1. The Reichsbank, 1876-1945; 2. The Establishment of the Bank deutscher Lander and the West German Currency Reform; PART II: THE CENTRAL BANK IN THE CONSTITUTIONAL AND FINANCIAL SET-UP OF THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY; 3. The Note-issuing Bank within the State Structure; 4. Public Finance and the Central Bank; 5. The Bundesbank and the Markets; PART III: MONETARY POLICY IN THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY; 6. Monetary Stability: Threat and Proven Response; 7. Monetary Policy under Fixed Exchange Rates (1948-70); 8. A New Approach to Monetary Policy (1971-8); 9. Monetary Policy under Conditions of Increasing Integration (1979-96); 10. German Monetary Policy: The Academic Debate; PART IV: ASPECTS OF MONETARY POLICY IN THE TWO GERMANYS; 11. The Central Bank and Money in the GDR; 12. The Role of the Bundesbank in Intra-German Payments; 13. German Monetary Union; PART V: THE INTERNATIONAL SCENE; 14. The international Role of the Deutsche Mark; 15. The Bundesbank and the Process of European Monetary Integration|
This publication well serves its purpose as the compendium of Bundesbank monetary policy and will doubtless become the standard reference book. Financial History Review An impressive and