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Malhotra,D.K

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Item Description: Softcover. Book Condition: New. 324 Lang: - English, Pages 324, Print on Demand. Reprinted in 2016 with the help of original edition published long back[1939]. This book is Printed in black & white, sewing binding for longer life with Matt laminated multi-Colour Soft Cover {HARDCOVER EDITION IS ALSO AVAILABLE}, Printed on high quality Paper, re-sized as per Current standards, professionally processed without changing its contents. As these are old books, we processed each page manually and make them readable but in some cases some pages which are blur or missing or black spots. If it is multi volume set, then it is only single volume. We expect that you will understand our compulsion in these books. We found this book important for the readers who want to know more about our old treasure so we brought it back to the shelves. (Any type of Customisation is possible). Hope you will like it and give your comments and suggestions. Language: English. Bookseller Inventory # PB1111004158038

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D.K. Malhotra

Published by B.R. Publishing Corporation (1985)

ISBN 10: 8170181836 ISBN 13: 9788170181835

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Item Description: B.R. Publishing Corporation, 1985. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. 5th or later edition. The present volume is a clear and precise account of the main developments in the Indian currency system w.e.f. 1835-1939. Dating back its history to 1835-the year in which the rupee was established as the standard coin throughout the territories of the East India Company, the author for the purposes of convenience, as mentioned in Chapter I, divides the study of the subject into eight periods, keeping in mind the march from silver to gold standards and ultimately klin-king it to sterling. The book is a systematic study in each period of India currency which is inextricably connected, to a great extent, to the history of the British currency. The study makes a critical examination of issues and developments subsequent to the publication of the Hilton Young Commission`s report in 1926, scrutinizes the mechanism of foreign exchange and discusses the paper currency as an integral part of the currency system. The book is appropriately planned to enable the reader to grasp the fundamental mechanism and the objective of the Indian currency system. Certainly, the book will serve as a practical guide to understand the history and problems of Indian currency as well as the readers will follow the line of future developments with a firm hold. Contents: Introduction Chap. I. BRIEF OUTLINE : Chap. II. I PERIOD (1835-1893) : 1. FROM ADOPTION TO ABANDONMENT OF SILVER STANDARD : i. Attempts to Introduce Gold in Circulation ii. Fall in the Gold Price of Silver Chap. III. II PERIOD (1893-1898) : 1. A PERIOD OF TRANSITION Chap. IV. III PERIOD (1899-1917) : 1. EVOLUTION, MECHANISM AND BREAKDOWN OF GOLD EXCHANGE STANDARD : i. Evolution of Gold Exchange Standard ii. Mechanism of Gold Exchange Standard iii. War and Breakdown of Gold Exchange Standard Chap. V. IV PERIOD (1917-1920) : 1. WARTIME REGULATION OF CURRENCY- : i. Government Measures to Regulate Currency ii. A Post-War Review Chap. VI. V AND IV PERIODS (1920-1927) : 1. ATTEMPT TO RESTORE STABILITY AND SUBSEQUENT DEVELOPMENTS : i. Failure of the Government Attempt to Restore Stability ii. Abandonment of Attempt to Restore Stability Chap. VII. V AND VI PERIODS (1920-1927)-(CONTD.) : 1. THE HILTON YOUNG COMMISSION : i. The Recommendations of the Hilton Young Commission ii. The Problem of the Monetary Standard for India iii. The Question of a Monetary Authority iv. The Ratio Question v. Government Action on the Commission`s Report Chap. VIII. VII PERIOD(1927-SEPT. 1931) : 1. ADJUSTMENT AND STRAIN : i. Period of Adjustment ii. Period of Strain iii. Ratio in Retrospect Chap. IX. VIII PERIOD (SEP. 1931-1939) : 1. CRISIS AND AFTER : i. Linking the Rupee to Sterling ii. Gold Exports iii. Government`s Sales of Silver iv. The Reserve Bank of India v. Prices, Trade, Exchange and Finance Chap. X. THE FUTURE : i. The Ratio Controversy ii. An Independent Monetary India Printed Pages: 157. Bookseller Inventory # 1570

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Item Description: B.R. Publishing Corporation, 1985. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. 5th or later edition. The present volume is a clear and precise account of the main developments in the Indian currency system w.e.f. 1835-1939. Dating back its history to 1835-the year in which the rupee was established as the standard coin throughout the territories of the East India Company, the author for the purposes of convenience, as mentioned in Chapter I, divides the study of the subject into eight periods, keeping in mind the march from silver to gold standards and ultimately klin-king it to sterling. The book is a systematic study in each period of India currency which is inextricably connected, to a great extent, to the history of the British currency. The study makes a critical examination of issues and developments subsequent to the publication of the Hilton Young Commission`s report in 1926, scrutinizes the mechanism of foreign exchange and discusses the paper currency as an integral part of the currency system. The book is appropriately planned to enable the reader to grasp the fundamental mechanism and the objective of the Indian currency system. Certainly, the book will serve as a practical guide to understand the history and problems of Indian currency as well as the readers will follow the line of future developments with a firm hold. Contents: Introduction Chap. I. BRIEF OUTLINE : Chap. II. I PERIOD (1835-1893) : 1. FROM ADOPTION TO ABANDONMENT OF SILVER STANDARD : i. Attempts to Introduce Gold in Circulation ii. Fall in the Gold Price of Silver Chap. III. II PERIOD (1893-1898) : 1. A PERIOD OF TRANSITION Chap. IV. III PERIOD (1899-1917) : 1. EVOLUTION, MECHANISM AND BREAKDOWN OF GOLD EXCHANGE STANDARD : i. Evolution of Gold Exchange Standard ii. Mechanism of Gold Exchange Standard iii. War and Breakdown of Gold Exchange Standard Chap. V. IV PERIOD (1917-1920) : 1. WARTIME REGULATION OF CURRENCY- : i. Government Measures to Regulate Currency ii. A Post-War Review Chap. VI. V AND IV PERIODS (1920-1927) : 1. ATTEMPT TO RESTORE STABILITY AND SUBSEQUENT DEVELOPMENTS : i. Failure of the Government Attempt to Restore Stability ii. Abandonment of Attempt to Restore Stability Chap. VII. V AND VI PERIODS (1920-1927)-(CONTD.) : 1. THE HILTON YOUNG COMMISSION : i. The Recommendations of the Hilton Young Commission ii. The Problem of the Monetary Standard for India iii. The Question of a Monetary Authority iv. The Ratio Question v. Government Action on the Commission`s Report Chap. VIII. VII PERIOD(1927-SEPT. 1931) : 1. ADJUSTMENT AND STRAIN : i. Period of Adjustment ii. Period of Strain iii. Ratio in Retrospect Chap. IX. VIII PERIOD (SEP. 1931-1939) : 1. CRISIS AND AFTER : i. Linking the Rupee to Sterling ii. Gold Exports iii. Government`s Sales of Silver iv. The Reserve Bank of India v. Prices, Trade, Exchange and Finance Chap. X. THE FUTURE : i. The Ratio Controversy ii. An Independent Monetary India Printed Pages: 157. Bookseller Inventory # 1570

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Item Description: 2016. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. 324 Lang: - English, Pages 324, Print on Demand. Reprinted in 2016 with the help of original edition published long back[1939]. This book is Printed in black & white, Hardcover, sewing binding for longer life with Matt laminated multi-Colour Dust Cover, Printed on high quality Paper, re-sized as per Current standards, professionally processed without changing its contents. As these are old books, we processed each page manually and make them readable but in some cases some pages which are blur or missing or black spots. If it is multi volume set, then it is only single volume. We expect that you will understand our compulsion in these books. We found this book important for the readers who want to know more about our old treasure so we brought it back to the shelves. (Any type of Customisation is possible). Hope you will like it and give your comments and suggestions. Language: English. Bookseller Inventory # 1111004158038

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Item Description: B.R. Publishing Corporation, 1985. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. 5th or later edition. The present volume is a clear and precise account of the main developments in the Indian currency system w.e.f. 1835-1939. Dating back its history to 1835-the year in which the rupee was established as the standard coin throughout the territories of the East India Company, the author for the purposes of convenience, as mentioned in Chapter I, divides the study of the subject into eight periods, keeping in mind the march from silver to gold standards and ultimately klin-king it to sterling. The book is a systematic study in each period of India currency which is inextricably connected, to a great extent, to the history of the British currency. The study makes a critical examination of issues and developments subsequent to the publication of the Hilton Young Commission`s report in 1926, scrutinizes the mechanism of foreign exchange and discusses the paper currency as an integral part of the currency system. The book is appropriately planned to enable the reader to grasp the fundamental mechanism and the objective of the Indian currency system. Certainly, the book will serve as a practical guide to understand the history and problems of Indian currency as well as the readers will follow the line of future developments with a firm hold. Contents: Introduction Chap. I. BRIEF OUTLINE : Chap. II. I PERIOD (1835-1893) : 1. FROM ADOPTION TO ABANDONMENT OF SILVER STANDARD : i. Attempts to Introduce Gold in Circulation ii. Fall in the Gold Price of Silver Chap. III. II PERIOD (1893-1898) : 1. A PERIOD OF TRANSITION Chap. IV. III PERIOD (1899-1917) : 1. EVOLUTION, MECHANISM AND BREAKDOWN OF GOLD EXCHANGE STANDARD : i. Evolution of Gold Exchange Standard ii. Mechanism of Gold Exchange Standard iii. War and Breakdown of Gold Exchange Standard Chap. V. IV PERIOD (1917-1920) : 1. WARTIME REGULATION OF CURRENCY- : i. Government Measures to Regulate Currency ii. A Post-War Review Chap. VI. V AND IV PERIODS (1920-1927) : 1. ATTEMPT TO RESTORE STABILITY AND SUBSEQUENT DEVELOPMENTS : i. Failure of the Government Attempt to Restore Stability ii. Abandonment of Attempt to Restore Stability Chap. VII. V AND VI PERIODS (1920-1927)-(CONTD.) : 1. THE HILTON YOUNG COMMISSION : i. The Recommendations of the Hilton Young Commission ii. The Problem of the Monetary Standard for India iii. The Question of a Monetary Authority iv. The Ratio Question v. Government Action on the Commission`s Report Chap. VIII. VII PERIOD(1927-SEPT. 1931) : 1. ADJUSTMENT AND STRAIN : i. Period of Adjustment ii. Period of Strain iii. Ratio in Retrospect Chap. IX. VIII PERIOD (SEP. 1931-1939) : 1. CRISIS AND AFTER : i. Linking the Rupee to Sterling ii. Gold Exports iii. Government`s Sales of Silver iv. The Reserve Bank of India v. Prices, Trade, Exchange and Finance Chap. X. THE FUTURE : i. The Ratio Controversy ii. An Independent Monetary India Printed Pages: 157. Bookseller Inventory # 1570

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