By Michael F. Hendy
This publication represents an try to depict the overdue Roman and Byzantine financial economic system in its fullest attainable social, financial and administrative context, with the purpose of creating the elemental dynamics at the back of the creation of the coinage, the main mechanisms affecting its distribution, and the final features of its behaviour as soon as in move. The booklet contains 4 major sections, on financial system and society, on finance, and at the circulate and creation of coinage, and has made an unrivalled contribution within the box of overdue classical, Byzantine and medieval monetary heritage. The textual content is totally supported via the vast citation of translated resources, and through maps, tables and plates.
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For a more specific discussion of these issues for emerging markets see Jonas and Mishkin (2005), and for a skeptical view on the relevance of inflation targeting for these economies see Blanchard (2005). REFERENCES Bernanke, Ben, Thomas Laubach, Fredrick Mishkin and Adam Posen (1999), Inflation Targeting: Lessons from International Experience, Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. Bernanke, Ben and Michael Woodford (eds) (2005), The Inflation Targeting Debate, Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.
1. The general discussion in this section draws on material from the volume edited by Bernanke and Woodford (2005). For a more specific discussion of these issues for emerging markets see Jonas and Mishkin (2005), and for a skeptical view on the relevance of inflation targeting for these economies see Blanchard (2005). REFERENCES Bernanke, Ben, Thomas Laubach, Fredrick Mishkin and Adam Posen (1999), Inflation Targeting: Lessons from International Experience, Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.
Studies in the Byzantine Monetary Economy c.300-1450 by Michael F. Hendy