Vägen mot växelkursstabilitet. Svensk penning- och valutapolitik 1834-1880.

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Vägen mot växelkursstabilitet. Svensk penning- och valutapolitik 1834-1880. / Lobell, Håkan.

Ekonomisk-historiska institutionen, Lunds universitet, 1999.

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APA

Lobell, H. (1999). Vägen mot växelkursstabilitet. Svensk penning- och valutapolitik 1834-1880. Ekonomisk-historiska institutionen, Lunds universitet.

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Lobell H. 1999. Vägen mot växelkursstabilitet. Svensk penning- och valutapolitik 1834-1880. Ekonomisk-historiska institutionen, Lunds universitet.

MLA

Lobell, Håkan Vägen mot växelkursstabilitet. Svensk penning- och valutapolitik 1834-1880. Ekonomisk-historiska institutionen, Lunds universitet. 1999.

Vancouver

Lobell H. Vägen mot växelkursstabilitet. Svensk penning- och valutapolitik 1834-1880.. Ekonomisk-historiska institutionen, Lunds universitet, 1999.

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Lobell, Håkan. / Vägen mot växelkursstabilitet. Svensk penning- och valutapolitik 1834-1880.. Ekonomisk-historiska institutionen, Lunds universitet, 1999.

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TY - THES

T1 - Vägen mot växelkursstabilitet. Svensk penning- och valutapolitik 1834-1880.

AU - Lobell, Håkan

PY - 1999

Y1 - 1999

N2 - This licentiate thesis deals with the development of monetary- and foreign exchange rate policies in Sweden between 1834 and 1880. Policies are analysed in the framework of a specie standard. Changes in markets and market conditions were crucial in the development of the policies in 19th century Sweden. Sweden went from a silver standard regime, based almost exclusively on rules, to a gold standard regime with more discretionary measures. However, the basic norms of full specie convertibility remained intact. The conclusion is that policy changes largely reflect an adjustment to new economic conditions.

AB - This licentiate thesis deals with the development of monetary- and foreign exchange rate policies in Sweden between 1834 and 1880. Policies are analysed in the framework of a specie standard. Changes in markets and market conditions were crucial in the development of the policies in 19th century Sweden. Sweden went from a silver standard regime, based almost exclusively on rules, to a gold standard regime with more discretionary measures. However, the basic norms of full specie convertibility remained intact. The conclusion is that policy changes largely reflect an adjustment to new economic conditions.

M3 - Licentiatavhandling

PB - Ekonomisk-historiska institutionen, Lunds universitet

ER -