By Forrest Capie,Alan Webber
This publication is the fruits of an immense examine programme at the financial historical past of the United Kingdom.
This quantity comprises financial sequence starting from particular stability sheet fabric to financial aggregates resembling M3 and are in per thirty days, quarterly and annual shape. the knowledge are drawn usually from fundamental resources within the early a part of the interval and from extra obtainable released assets for more moderen years. reviews of current sequence are given and tests of the worth of other resources are supplied. The consumer can be capable of construct his/her personal sequence from the fundamental elements given here.
This resources and evaluation of knowledge will be a vital connection with financial historians and utilized economists with an curiosity and use to the scholars of cash and banking and to financial economists of alternative nations. This vintage ebook used to be first released in 1985.
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A Monetary History of the United Kingdom: 1870-1982: Volume 1 (Economic History) by Forrest Capie,Alan Webber