11 Theoretical Inq. L. [i] (2010)

handle is hein.journals/thinla11 and id is 1 raw text is: Theoretical Inquiries in Law
Volume 11, Number 1, January 2010
Money Matters: The Law, Economics, and Politics of Currency


Richard Sylla
L. Randall Wray
Bruce G. Carruthers
Nergiz Dincer and
Barry Eichengreen
Anastasia Nesvetailova
Ronen Palan
Roy Kreitner
Neta Ziv

Sarah Ludington,
Mitu Gulati and
Alfred L. Brophy
Michael Zakim
Jeffrey Sklansky

Political Economy of Supplying Money to a
Growing Economy: Monetary Regimes and
the Search for an Anchor to Stabilize the
Value of Money
Alternative Approaches to Money
The Meanings of Money: A Sociological
Central Bank Transparency:
Causes, Consequences and Updates
The Crisis of Invented Money: Liquidity
Illusion and the Global Credit Meltdown
International Financial Centers:
The British-Empire, City-States and
Commercially Oriented Politics
The Jurisprudence of Global Money
Credit Cooperatives in Early Israeli
Statehood: Financial Institutions and
Social Transformation
Applied Legal History: Demystifying the
Doctrine of Odious Debts
Inventing Industrial Statistics
The Moneylender as Magistrate:
Nicholas Biddle and the Ideological Origins
of Central Banking in the United States





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