2 edition of Financing the war found in the catalog.
Financing the war
Tax Institute of America.
Bibliography: p. 344-352.
|Statement||by Robert Warren, Homer Jones, Frank Seidman [and others] Symposium conducted by the Tax Institute, December 1-2, 1941, Philadelphia.|
|Contributions||Warren, Robert Beach, 1891-|
|LC Classifications||HJ257 .T3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 357 p.|
|Number of Pages||357|
|LC Control Number||42008816|
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This exhaustively researched book by Hew Strachan examines how the principal combatant nations during WWI (UK, France, Russia, Italy, Germany, Austria-Hungary, Bulgaria, and the Ottoman Empire) raised funds to pay for the war. Chapters in the book include: The Gold Standard, Financial Mobilization, The Loss of Budgetary Control, Taxation Reviews: 1. “Every gun that is made, every warship launched, every rocket fired signifies in the final sense, a theft from those who hunger and are not fed, those who are cold and are not clothed.
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Vanderlip. War finance, fiscal and monetary methods used in meeting the costs of war, including taxation, compulsory loans, voluntary domestic loans, foreign loans, and the creation of money. Major wars are usually financed to some Financing the war book by inflationary measures.
War finance is a branch of defense economics. Financing the First World War was originally a chapter of Strachan's To Arms, and probably the least-read one. It's not for everyone — it assumes an understanding of basic finance, for one thing — but it should be useful to students of world financial history as well as anyone after a broader perspective on the First World War.
March Financing the First World War is not a self-contained book as such, written with the intention to get to the bottom of financing arrangements during the Great War. Rather, Oxford University Press is re-issuing parts of To Arms, the first volume of Strachan’s.
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On the advice of Odegard, the Treasury began marketing the. FINANCING THE WARThe scale and scope of the Civil War created unprecedented financial demands on both the Union and the Confederacy, whose governments spent a combined total of more than $ billion for the war effort.
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Since, economically, war is waste, and it wastes existing — not future — manpower, capital goods, and raw materials, it is clear that the real cost of waging war is borne by the living who are deprived of things that in the absence of war could be produced and consumed in ordinary peacetime life.
No amount of fiscal hocus pocus can change that reality. Financing to pay for the war came mostly by borrowing from the American people through the sale of war bonds, which raised about $50 billion. Another $ billion came from financial institutions.The Political Economy of War Finance Abstract What explains the variation in how states pay for war?
Leaders must choose between four primary means of war finance: taxation, domestic debt, external extraction, and printing. Each alternative has different political and economic costs and benefits.4th: - Financial cooperation with the Nazi government and support for its expansionist foreign policy, aimed at preparing and unleashing the new world war.
In the first stage, the major leverage for the penetration of American capital into Europe came from war .