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美国银行业开放史——从权利限制到权利开放 专著;经济学;经济史;世界经济史;货币银行学;金融史、银行史 VIP

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路乾   社会科学文献出版社  2016-06 出版
ISBN:978-7-5097-6591-3
关键词: 19世纪 银行史 美国

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本书研究了美国银行业怎样从政党控制走向自由开放。在美国建国及其制度创建中,精英扮演了重要角色,他们领导了美国革命,建立了联邦政府和州政府,并按照三权分立的原则建立起代议制,但他们未能阻止党派的兴起。相反,精英利用党派来控制议会,并用政治权力争夺诸如成立银行等经济特权。在政治与经济博弈中,精英们认识到政治权力与经济权利绑定在一起的制度会因政治更替而使银行利益有丧失的风险,因此逐步选择了自由银行体制,并通过法律保证任何利益团体都可以获得银行章程等经济特权。本书通过研究19世纪早期美国马萨诸塞州银行业开放史,挑战了美国革命催生公民社会的传统观念,并以此探究了权利开放型社会秩序的形成机制。
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  • “中外经济比较研究”丛书总序
  • 序一
  • PREFACE
  • 序二
  • FOREWORD
  • 序三
  • FOREWORD
  • 摘要
  • 第一章 导言
    1. 第一节 美国的公民社会是自由与民主的必然结果吗?
    2. 第二节 历史的悖论——美国的公民社会是如何建立的?
    3. 第三节 开放组织与非人格交换:研究框架
    4. 第四节 基于银行业的分析
  • 第二章 政党银行史
    1. 第一节 1780~1810年银行史
    2. 第二节 党派政治的兴起
    3. 第三节 1799~1810年的政党银行
    4. 第四节 民主共和党、埃尔布里奇·格里以及1811年政治改革
    5. 第五节 1811年银行业改革
    6. 第六节 1812年战争,哈特福德会议以及联邦党的转型
    7. 第七节 19世纪20~50年代的政党、银行和法律
    8. 第八节 结论
  • 第三章 1790~1859年银行家、议员以及政党的实证研究
    1. 第一节 导言
    2. 第二节 数据
    3. 第三节 政党竞争体制
    4. 第四节 1797~1824年政党和议员的回归分析
    5. 第五节 银行层面的分析
    6. 第六节 结论
  • 第四章 1790~1859年萨福克县议员的实证研究
    1. 第一节 导言
    2. 第二节 数据和实证检验
    3. 第三节 总结
  • 第五章 关于银行家财富和银行资产负债表的实证研究
    1. 第一节 导言
    2. 第二节 1829~1859年银行董事的财富
    3. 第三节 银行资产负债表
    4. 第四节 总结
  • 第六章 从权利限制到权利开放
  • 第七章 结论
  • 附表
  • 索引
  • 致谢
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