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Money as a Social Institution

The Institutional Development of Capitalism
Ann Davis(Autor*in)
Routledge (Verlag)
Erschienen am 14. Juli 2017
208 Seiten
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Money is usually understood as a valuable object, the value of which is attributed to it by its users and which other users recognize. It serves to link disparate institutions, providing a disguised whole and prime tool for the "invisible hand" of the market.

This book offers an interpretation of money as a social institution. Money provides the link between the household and the firm, the worker and his product, making that very division seem natural and money as imminently practical. Money as a Social Institution begins in the medieval period and traces the evolution of money alongside consequent implications for the changing models of the corporation and the state. This is then followed with double-entry accounting as a tool of long-distance merchants and bankers, then the monitoring of the process of production by professional corporate managers. Davis provides a framework of analysis for examining money historically, beyond the operation of those particular institutions, which includes the possibility of conceptualizing and organizing the world differently.

This volume is of great importance to academics and students who are interested in economic history and history of economic thought, as well as international political economics and critique of political economy.
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Englisch
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London
Großbritannien
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Taylor & Francis Ltd
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Ann E. Davis is Associate Professor of Economics at Marist College, USA. She serves as the Chair of the Department of Economics, Accounting, and Finance, and was the founding director of the Marist College Bureau of Economic Research, 1990-2005. She was the Director of the National Endowment for Humanities Summer Institute on the "Meanings of Property," June 2014, and is the author of The Evolution of the Property Relation, 2015.
Chapter One. Introduction and Selected Review of the Literature

Chapter Two. Money as a Social Institution

Chapter Three. The Economy as Labor Exchange Mediated by Money

Chapter Four. Long-Term History of Money and the Market

Chapter Five. Money and the Evolution of Institutions and Knowledge

Chapter Six. Fetishism and Financialization

Chapter Seven. Money and Abstraction

Chapter Eight. Conclusion

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