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by G. Mulvey,James Anthony Trevithick
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Publisher: Martin Robertson (March 21, 1968)
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The Economics of Inflation Paperback – 1979. by Charles Mulvey and James Trevithick (Author)
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Personal Name: Trevithick, James Anthony. Publication, Distribution, et. London. Bibliography, etc. Note: Bibliography: p. 172-177. Personal Name: Mulvey, Charles, joint author.
The Economics of Inflation provides a comprehensive analysis of economic conditions in Germany under the Great Inflation and discusses inflationary conditions in general. The analysis is supported by extensive statistical material. For this translation the author thoroughly revised the original work Includes an appendix on German economic conditions in the years following the monetary reform, 1923-24.
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