This book traces the developments of the post-war monetary story, with an emphasis both on theory and practice. A survey of monetary policy and a discussion of the effects of a credit squeeze are set against a survey of the very different American scene. Comparative analysis of the 'new money markets' is also included as is discussion of the significant developments in the world's major capital markets.

chapter 1|20 pages

Investment in a Monetary Economy1

chapter 4|12 pages

External Aspects of Monetary Policy

Some Reflections on the Radcliffe Committee's Report 75

chapter 5|8 pages

Defending the Pound Sterling82

chapter 6|48 pages

Monetary Policy in the 1960s

chapter 7|43 pages

America's Changing Banking Scene143

chapter 8|43 pages

American Banking Revisited166

chapter 9|25 pages

The Structure of Money Markets184

chapter 10|27 pages

The Indian Money Market201

chapter 11|37 pages

The Canadian Money Market Experiment205

chapter 13|16 pages

The New Money Markets248