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Pioneer of Monetary Theory
This is the first full length study of Thomas Tooke, a leading monetary economist of the 19th century, a pioneer of quantitative monetary history and the greatest opponent of the quantity theory of money in the history of economic thought.
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`Arnon has done an excellent job of trying to make sense of Tooke's monetary writings.' -- D.P. O'Brien, The Economic Journal `This excellent book is a most distinguished contribution both to the history of economic thought and monetary theory.' -- The late Mark Blaug, formerly of the University of London and University of Buckingham, UK `Thomas Tooke is an important figure in the history of economic thought, and Arnon makes a convincing case that he is indeed more important than he is generally given credit for. . . a most welcome addition to the modern literature on the history of monetary economics.' -- David Laidler, University of Western Ontario, Canada