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Finally, it discusses what modern Europe can and should learn from nineteenth-century Germany. Finally, it discusses what modern Europe can and should learn from nineteenth-century Germany. Monetary and Fiscal Unification in Nineteenth-Centuray Germany : What Can Kohl Learn from Bismarck?," Princeton Essays in International Economics 202, International Economics Section, Departement of Economics Princeton University,. Handle: RePEc:fth:priifi:202.
Harold James Bio Harold James is Professor of History at Princeton .
His books include: The German Slump: Politics and Economics, Oxford, 1986 (Oxford University Press) (paperback 1987); A German Identity, London 1989 (Weidenfeld and Nicolson), New York 1989 (Routledge Chapman Hall); International Monetary Cooperation since Bretton Woods, New York and Washington . 1996 (Oxford University Press and International Monetary Fund); Monetary.
and Fiscal Unification in Nineteenth Century Germany; What Can Kohl Learn from Bismarck?, Princeton 1997 (Princeton Essays in International Finance); The End of Globalization: Lessons from the Great Depression, Cambridge Mass. 2001 (Harvard University Press, translated into Chinese, German, Greek, Korean, Japanese, Spanish); The Deutsche Bank and the Nazi Economic War Against the Jews, New York/Cambridge, 2001 (Cambridge University Press); Europe Reborn: A History 1914-2000, (Longman/Pearson 2003).
p. cm. - (Essays in international finance ; no. 202) Includes bibliographical references.
Monetary and fiscal unification in nineteenth-century Germany : what can Kohl learn from Bismarck?, Harold James. p. ISBN 0-88165-109-5 1. Monetary ry-19th century. 2. Fiscal policy-Germany- History-19th century.
Harold James (1997) similarly discusses what lessons Helmut Kohl could. tion of Germany in the nineteenth century and the European Union in the twentieth. century in an analytic narrative format (Bates et a. 1998). learn from Otto von Bismarck in the conduct of policy after Maastricht. 1989, 1993) uses German development to argue that monetary unification can precede. political unification. Analytic narratives combine. analytic tools common in political science and economics with the narrative form often.
Monetary and Fiscal Unification in Nineteenth Century Germany (1997). International Financial History in the Twentieth Century (2003). Harold James has also authored several dozen articles in professional journals on German economic history, globalization, and political economy. Third Reich: The Essential Readings (1999). Nazi Dictatorship and the Deutsche Bank (Cambridge University Press, 2004).
Monetary and Fiscal Unification in Nineteenth-Century Germany: What Can Kohl Learn from Bismarck? .
Monetary and Fiscal Unification in Nineteenth-Century Germany: What Can Kohl Learn from Bismarck? (Essays in International Economics). ISBN 9780881651096 (978-0-88165-109-6) Softcover, Princeton Univ Intl Economics, 1997. Coauthors & Alternates. Learn More at LibraryThing. HAROLD JAMES at LibraryThing.
Milton Friedman, Essays in the Positive Economics (1953) and . Twentieth century monetary theory: Cambridge (.
Twentieth century monetary theory: Cambridge (. Roland Vaubel, Strategies for Currency Unification: The Economics of Currency Competition and the Case for a European Parallel Currency (1978) is a little-known but valuable book.