metallism


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metallism

a doctrine advocating the use of metal money instead of paper. — metallist, metalist, n.
See also: Money
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Beyond the pro-statist Chartalists and the pro-capitalist Catallactics, Zelmanovitz provides informative sketches of a handful of other influential modes of thought: the sociological theory of money, the property theory of money, the credit theory of money, metallism, and monetarism.
2011): "Fides et Pecunia Numerata Chartalism and Metallism in the Roman World Part 1: The Republic", American Journal of Numismatic, 23, pp.
He describes his methodology, then offers a chronologically arranged retrospective survey beginning with Aristotle and ending with Jean Baptiste Say (1767-1832), Knut Wicksell, and metallism and chartalism.
And all the fundamental flaws of metallism and of the quantity theory, which I .
Metallism, Small Notes, and Jackson's War With the B.
What is really surprising is that, despite his rigid theoretical metallism, Ferrara developed a rather innovative theory of credit.
There is little doubt that Pantaleoni's views are quite distant from theoretical metallism, although, as I show below, his position can hardly be encapsulated in a rigid metallist vs.
Thus, theoretical metallism is a mere aside in the Principii and it is apparent that Pantaleoni does not endorse it.