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Fri Mar 21 17:13:40 2014 UTClccn-n830709010.33Die Geschichte und Bestimmung der Preise während der Jahre 1793 -18570.840.96The transformation in Thomas Tooke's monetary theory reconsidered /69099901Thomas_Tooken 83070901953020トゥークトゥック, トーマスlccn-n88225621Newmarch, William1820-1882lccn-n84054912Grenville, William Wyndham GrenvilleBaron1759-1834lccn-n50014546Torrens, R.(Robert)1780-1864lccn-n80020301Bank of Englandlccn-n90625939Arnon, Arielccn-n50069482Gregory, T. E.(Theodor Emanuel)1890-1970lccn-n88132552Pennington, James1777-1862lccn-n50008764Peel, RobertSir1788-1850np-member of the russian and levant companiesMember of the Russian and Levant Companieslccn-n88175285Great BritainCommissioners for Inquiring into the Employment and Condition of Children in Mines and ManufactoriesTooke, Thomas1774-1858HistoryRecords and correspondenceGreat BritainCurrency questionPricesMoneyTooke, Thomas,Corn laws (Great Britain)Banks and bankingBank of EnglandPaper moneyClassical school of economicsEconomistsEconomic historyChild laborPeel, Robert,Longfield, Mountifort,Jones, Richard,Principles of political economy (Mill, John Stuart)Grenville, William Wyndham Grenville,--Baron,EnglandEconomicsInflation (Finance)CommerceBusiness cyclesMonetary policyNewmarch, William,Gold mines and miningAustraliaFinance, PublicEconomic policyBanking lawSmith, Adam,Money--PhilosophyOverstone, Samuel Jones Loyd,--Baron,Torrens, R.--(Robert),Banks of issueCoinageTooke, ThomasPolitical science177418581823182418261828182918381839184018411843184418481856185718581859186218841928193319471948195019531959196219661967196919711972197819791980198119831989199019911992199419961997199920022004200520092010201120134902124431330HG93864757ocn000815899book18440.86Tooke, ThomasAn inquiry into the currency principle; the connection of the currency with prices and the expediency of a separation of issue from banking+-+504896069532448226ocn065254695file18260.88Tooke, ThomasConsiderations on the state of the currencyHistory34911ocn016794067book18240.76Tooke, ThomasThoughts and details on the high and low prices of the thirty years, from 1793 to 182230315ocn065271200file18290.90Tooke, ThomasOn the currency in connexion with the corn trade and on the corn laws to which is added, a postscript on the present commercial stagnation29414ocn003229046book18380.84Tooke, ThomasA history of prices, and of the state of the circulation, from 1793 to 1837 : preceded by a brief sketch of the state of corn trade in the last two centuriesHistory23617ocn065246245file18230.88Tooke, ThomasThoughts and details on the high and low prices of the last thirty years20212ocn001581355book18380.86Tooke, ThomasA history of prices and of the state of the circulation from 1792 to 1856History20111ocn065271197file18290.88Tooke, ThomasA letter to Lord Grenville on the effects ascribed to the resumption of cash payments on the value of the currencyHistory1426ocn065310751file18480.88Tooke, ThomasA history of prices, and of the state of the circulation, from 1839 to 1847 inclusive with a general review of the currency question, and remarks on the operation of the act 7 & 8 Vict. c. 32History1308ocn676791847file18560.88Tooke, ThomasOn the Bank Charter Act of 1844 its principles and operation ; with suggestions for an improved administration of the Bank of England1226ocn065265250file18400.93Tooke, ThomasA history of prices, and of the state of the circulation, in 1838 and 1839 with remarks on the corn laws, and on some of the alterations proposed in our banking system : being a continuation of the history of prices, from 1793 to 1837History1174ocn065266026file18400.92Torrens, RA letter to Thomas Tooke, Esq in reply to his objections against the separation of the business of the bank into a department of issue, and a department of deposit and discount : with a plan of bank reformHistoryRecords and correspondence1143ocn065312768file18430.93Great BritainThe physical and moral condition of the children and young persons employed in mines and manufactures illustrated by extracts from the reports of the commissioners for inquiring into the employment of children and young persons in mines and collieries, and in the trades and manufactures ... not being included under the terms of the factories regulation act6615ocn010001964book18580.84Tooke, ThomasDie Geschichte und Bestimmung der Preise, während der Jahre 1793-1857History429ocn011438227book18380.50Tooke, ThomasA history of prices and of the state of the circulation, in 1838 and 1839 : with remarks on the Corn Laws, and on some of the alterations proposed in our banking systemHistory313ocn174752185book18580.33Tooke, ThomasDie Geschichte und Bestimmung der Preise während der Jahre 1793 -1857283ocn174752225book18590.33Tooke, ThomasDie Geschichte und Bestimmung der Preise während der Jahre 1793 -18571810ocn264055702book18380.76Tooke, ThomasA History of prices, and of the state of the circulation, from 1793 to 1837 : preceded by a brief sketch of the state of the corn trade in the last two centuriesHistory181ocn613606759com18590.37Tooke, ThomasDie Geschichte und Bestimmung der Preise während der Jahre 1793 - 1857181ocn613606537com18580.37Tooke, ThomasDie Geschichte und Bestimmung der Preise während der Jahre 1793 - 18572645ocn021408119book19910.81Arnon, ArieThomas Tooke : pioneer of monetary theoryHistory1778ocn065314941file18480.93Torrens, RThe principles and practical operation of Sir Robert Peel's bill of 1844 explained and defended against the objections of Tooke, Fullarton and Wilson1213ocn065271011com18260.90Member of the Russian and Levant CompaniesA comment upon Thomas Tooke, Esq1128ocn613424258book20100.73Smith, MatthewThomas Tooke and the monetary thought of classical economicsHistoryThis study provides a comprehensive account and reconsideration of the contribution to political economy of Thomas Tooke (1774-1858). It clarifies Tooke "s monetary thought and its legacy to modern economics. The study shows Tooke possessed a rich and extensive political economy, covering many aspects of economic activity relevant to key policy issues. Tooke "s political economy is shown to be a unified and coherent body of intellectual thought in the classical tradition which, like most of his nineteenth-century contemporaries, was much influenced by Adam Smith "s economics. More particularly, Tooke "s monetary thought, especially his novel banking school theory, is shown to be theoretically coherent from the standpoint of nineteenth-century classical economics. It is also shown that besides contributing toward a better understanding of the behaviour of monetary systems in general, key elements of Tooke "s banking school theory make an important contribution to explaining distribution, growth and price inflation in modern economics+-+98483006951112ocn024174934book19910.70Thomas Tooke (1774-1858), Mountifort Longfield (1802-1884), Richard Jones (1790-1855)Biography965ocn778040208com18580.90Torrens, RThe principles and practical operation of Sir Robert Peel's act of 1844, explained and defended comprising critical examinations of the report of the Lords' Committee of 1848, upon national distress, of the novel principles of currency propounded by Mr. Tooke and Mr. Wilson, and of the chapter on the regulation of currency in Mr. J.S. Mill's "Principles of political economy"782ocn000581628book19710.86Rieter, HeinzDie gegenwärtige Inflationstheorie und ihre Ansätze im Werk von Thomas Tooke182ocn039814456book18440.92Torrens, RAn inquiry into the practical working of the proposed arrangements for the renewal of the charter of the Bank of England, and the regulation of the currency with a refutation of the fallacies advanced by Mr. Tooke171ocn778983109com18480.47The principles and practical operation of Sir Robert Peel's bill of 1844 explained and defended against the objections of Tooke, Fullarton and Wilson153ocn025193219book18400.92Torrens, RA letter to Thomas Tooke, Esq in reply to his objections against the separation of the business of the bank into a department of issue, and a department of deposit and discount : with a plan of bank reformHistoryRecords and correspondence142ocn219560775book19620.84Gregory, T. EAn introduction to Tooke and Newmarch's A history of prices and of the state of the circulation from 1792 to 1856History102ocn717975149com18390.93Harley, JamesThe currency its influence on the internal trade of the country : in a letter addressed to the drapers of Scotland101ocn017605637book18570.88Torrens, RThe principles and practical operation of Sir Robert Peel's act of 1844 explained and defended ; second edition ; with additional chapters on money, the gold discoveries, and international exchange ; and a critical examination of the chapter "On the regulation of a convertible paper currency" in Mr. J.S. Mill's Principles of political economy by R. Torrens82ocn038358345book19940.88Smith, MatthewThe monetary thought of Thomas TookeHistory71ocn220456107book19530.79Malthus, T. RFive papers on political economy71ocn036435232book18560.76Johnson, AndrewCurrency principles versus banking principles: being strictures on Mr. Tooke's pamphlet on the Bank Charter Act of 184451ocn015922441book19790.92Bordo, Michael DMoney and prices in the nineteenth century : was Thomas Tooke right?History41ocn031776021book19330.70KEPPER, GeorgDie konjunkturlehren der banking- und der currency-schule insbesondere von Tooke und Newmarch41ocn038005469book19810.96Arnon, ArieThe transformation in Thomas Tooke's monetary theory reconsidered34ocn681172743book18570.92Torrens, RobertThe principles and practical operation of Sir Robert Peel's Act of 1844 explained and defended+-+5048960695324+-+5048960695324Fri Mar 21 15:07:11 EDT 2014batch25027