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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
O'Brien, D.P. (Denis Patrick), 1939-
Thomas Joplin and classical macroeconomics.
Aldershot, England ; Brookfield, Vt., USA : E. Elgar, ©1993
|Named Person:||T Joplin; Thomas Joplin; T Joplin; Thomas Joplin; Thomas Joplin; Thomas Joplin|
|Material Type:||Biography, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
D P O'Brien
|Description:||xiv, 289 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||Part 1 Biographia: the banking reformer - the Newcastle background, from banking to macroeconomics, the struggle for recognition, country-wide joint-stock promotion, the Major schemes, the break with the National Provincial; defence and disappointment - the joint stock defence campaign, other business affairs, monetary reform in the 1840s, a pioneer unrewarded, the mysterious adversary, final attempts to obtain coompensation, the last years; Joplin and his fellow economists - Joplin and his predecessors, the physiocrats and Smith, undigested material, Joplin as a controversialist, bullionist precursors, Joplin and the Birmingham school, the banking school, Ricardo, the currency school and the Act of 1844. Part 2 The macroeconomic model: income, expenditure and aggregate monetary demand - national output and expenditure, the basic macro model; problems of a paper currency - problems of note issue, the rate of interest, "abstract" and "consumptive" circulation, country banks and country bank notes; monetary disequilibrium - the London Money Market, savings and investment, the role of government expenditure in aggregate demand, problems of monetary control in the Bank of England. Part 3 The banking system: the principle of metallic fluctuation - Joplin on convertibility, the "metallic" principle, a national money supply, Joplin's "metallic" plan - the "Outlines", evolution of the plan, modifications to the plan, proposed operation of the plan - the currency school disowned; the structure of banking - the problem of partnerships, joint stock organization, a joint stock banking structure; competition and regulation - no "free banking", banking regulation proposals, the Bank of England. Part 4 Trade and agriculture: agricultural prices and the monetary system - the agricultural sector, the corn laws, monetary forces and the price of corn, monetary reform priority; reciprocal demand - barter equilibrium, relative international prices and reciprocal demand, protection and the terms of trade. Part 5 Models and data: methodology and the use of data - Joplin's methodology, Joplin's use of data, testing Joplin's hypotheses; a former Joplin model - variable list, the goods market, the money market, the balance of payments, aggregate supply and the labour market, aggregate demand. Part 6 Conclusion: Joplin's achievement.|
- Joplin, T. -- (Thomas), -- 1790?-1847.
- Economists -- Great Britain -- Biography.
- Economics -- Great Britain -- History -- 19th century.
- Monetary policy -- Great Britain -- History -- 19th century.
- Banks and banking -- Great Britain -- History -- 19th century.
- Macroeconomics -- History -- 19th century.
- Joplin, Thomas, -- 1790-1847.
- Banks and banking.
- Monetary policy.
- Great Britain.
- Monetaire theorie.
- Klassieke school (Economie)
- Makroökonomisches Modell.
- Joplin, Thomas, -- (1790-1847)
- Économistes -- Grande-Bretagne -- Biographies.
- Économie politique -- Grande-Bretagne -- Histoire -- 19e siècle.
- Politique monétaire -- Grande-Bretagne -- 19e siècle.
- Macroéconomie -- 19e siècle.
- Banques -- Grande-Bretagne -- 19e siècle.
- Joplin, Thomas.