Money, bank credit and economic cycles

Contents, Prefaces and Introduction

CHAPTER I. THE LEGAL NATURE OF THE MONETARY IRREGULAR-DEPOSIT CONTRACT

CHAPTER II. HISTORICAL VIOLATIONS OF THE LEGAL PRINCIPLES GOVERNING THE MONETARY IRREGULAR-DEPOSIT CONTRACT

CHAPTER III. ATTEMPTS TO LEGALLY JUSTIFY FRACTIONAL-RESERVE BANKING

CHAPTER IV. THE CREDIT EXPANSION PROCESS

CHAPTER V. BANK CREDIT EXPANSION AND ITS EFFECTS ON THE ECONOMIC SYSTEM

CHAPTER VI. ADDITIONAL CONSIDERATIONS ON THE THEORY OF THE BUSINESS CYCLE

CHAPTER VII. A CRITIQUE OF MONETARIST AND KEYNESIAN THEORIES

CHAPTER VIII. CENTRAL AND FREE BANKING THEORY

CHAPTER IX. A PROPOSAL FOR BANKING REFORM THE THEORY OF A 100-PERCENT RESERVE REQUIREMENT

BIBLIOGRAPHY

INDEXES OF SUBJECTS AND NAMES