History Int Fin & Mon Crises

HISTORY 305S

Course examines monetary/financial crises plaguing world since 16th century. Analyzes origin, unfolding, and impact of crises, debates generated by them, and formulation/implementation of policy measures. Attention to international implications/connections on European/Asian money supply, banking/credit systems; reaction to South Sea Bubble and John Law Credit Systems in numerous European nations; experiments with paper money in America; rise/demise of gold standard in 19th/20th century; currency and exchange rate problems of last three decades. Case studies will be selected and assigned according to participants' interests. Instructor: Staff

Day/Time

TuTh 01:25 PM-02:40 PM

Location

Perkins 2071

Instructor

Zanalda, Giovanni