This is economics (see, monetary economics) and corresponding economic history and focuses on what the book title suggests: money and market developing from their very beginnings. First, some crucial (,,hot’’) historical points are here identifyed: the market picture before money entering history, then getting national and international through what was the ,,gold standard’’; money out of its metal ,,base’’ or ,,cover’’;
money as national and international after gold. Second, a substantial debate reaches another level of developments: ,,representative’’, versus ,,fiat’’ money (?). Third, how about international money, as different from national (scale) money in context?
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Published February 18, 2011
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