1st Edition

The History of Banking II, 1844-1959 Vol 4

By Duncan M Ross Copyright 1998
    352 Pages
    by Routledge

    The role of banks and banking systems in facilitating and shaping the pattern of economic growth has been much explored in an attempt to understand differing levels of economic success in industrializing and mature economies. This is a collection of contributions to the understanding of this role.

    VOLUME IV Banking Statistics: 19 An attempt to ascertain the magnitude and fluctuation of the amounts of bills of exchange (inland and foreign) in circulation at one time in Great Britain, in England, in Scotland, in Lancashire and in Cheshire respectively, during each of the twenty years 1828-1847, both inclusive; and also embracing in the inquiry bills drawn upon foreign countries (1851) 20 Notes on banking in Great Britain and Ireland, Sweden, Denmark and Hamburg; with some remarks on the amount of bills in circulation, both inland and foreign, in Great Britain and Ireland; and the banking law of Sweden (1873) 21 The banking institutions, bullion reserves and non-legal tender note circulation of the United Kingdom statistically investigated ( 1876)


    Duncan M Ross