Hamilton Unbound: Finance and the Creation of the American Republic

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Greenwood Press, 2002 - 230 pàgines
Modern financial theories enable us to look at old problems in early American Republic historiography from new perspectives. Concepts such as information asymmetry, portfolio choice, and principal-agent dilemmas open up new scholarly vistas. Transcending the ongoing debates over the prevalence of either community or capitalism in early America, Wright offers fresh and compelling arguments that illuminate motivations for individual and collective actions, and brings agency back into the historical equation.

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In a work that is really a collection of somewhat loosely related essays, Wright explores the transformation of American financial markets between 1780 and 1840, emphasizing the impacts of Revolution ... Llegeix la ressenya completa

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