The State and Theory of Money: Georg Friedrich Knapp - 2003

First published in 1095 in Germany, translated from the fourth edition and published in England in 1924, this seminal work ran counter to the classical and neo-classical theories of money. Knall defined money as a creation of the state, with no intrinsic value. This concept helped to lay the foundation for J. M. Keynes's work.

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