On the Manipulation of Money and Credit contains some of Mises’s most important and notable contributions to monetary and trade-cycle theories, credit, and banking. Serving as a precursor to Mises’s major work, Human Action, it includes essays that examine the stabilization of the monetary unit, and the superiority of the gold standard. This book also contains explanations of economic theory and its result in practice, and the consequences of the fluctuating purchasing power of paper money. On the Manipulation of Money and Credit explores the outcome of inflation, the result of the increase in the amount of money, and the emancipation of monetary value from the influence of government.
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