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Economics and Finance Catalogue 2012-13

Economics and Finance Catalogue 2012-13

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Pickering & Chatto's 2012–13 Economics and Finance Catalogue
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Economics & Finance2012–13
P
ICKERING &
C
HATTOPUBLISHERS
 
Overleaf:
Women box Glengarry biscuits at William Macdonald, Glasgow, 1961
 Photograph by Walter Nurnberg© National Media Museum/SSPL
Welcome to our Economics & Financecatalogue, 2012–13
Please note
eBooks
 All our monographs are available as eBooks throughdawsonera, EBL, eBooks.com, ebrary, EBSCO
host 
andMyiLibrary.
Format
 All measurements are given in mm.
Price and publication information
Details are correct at time of going to press but aresubject to alteration without notice.
How to order
Our titles can be ordered in the following ways:
• Directly through the relevant distributor (see back 
cover)
• Directly and securely through our website
 www.pickeringchatto.com
• Through all major library suppliers
Booksellers who wish to open an account should contactus on sales@pickeringchatto.co.uk 
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e Modern AmericanWine Industry
Ian M. Taplin
Number 1
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Camille Gutt andPostwar InternationalFinance
 Jean F. Crombois
Number 18
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Energy, Trade andFinance in Asia
 Justin Dargin andTai Wei Lim
Number 15
P  E  S H
Dear Academic,I am pleased to present our new Economics & Financecatalogue.
Our publishing across economics, fnance and business has
grown considerably in recent months, and we now have anumber of successful monograph series covering these subjects.
 Financial History
is an established cornerstone of P&C’spublishing. Our latest titles in this series show a widegeographic spread, with titles focused on Europe, the USA and Latin America, and spanning the early modern period tomodern day concerns.
 Perspectives in Economic and Social History
has grownrapidly and is now one of our largest series. New books on Asia,the British empire, early modern Europe and internationalcommerce have helped to widen the scope of the series whilst maintaining its reputation for readable and innovativescholarship.Our new series include
 Studies in Business History
. This
launched with a title on the American wine industry, andnow has several books planned on the munitions industry,subsidiary companies and entrepreneurialism. We remain committed to our multi-volume thematiccollections. Of particular interest is the forthcoming
US Credit and Payments, 1800–1935 
(p.9) which joins an impressive list
of expertly edited primary resources.
Philip Good
Commissioning Editor for Economics
 pgood@pickeringchatto.co.uk 
e Business of the Novel
Simon R. Frost
Number 1
L T   P M
Sign up to our eNewsletters: www.pickeringchatto.com/updates
 
3
Money in the Pre-Industrial World:
Bullion, Debasements and Coin Substitutes
Editor:
John H Munro
These essays discuss key elementsof monetarism, including coindenominations, the role of bullion andcase studies of substitute moneys.
Contributors
John Deyell, Arturo Giraldez, KennethHarl, Nicholas Mayhew, Renate Pieper,José Antonio Mateos Royo, Peter Spufford, Alan Stahl, Herman Van der Wee and ErnstJeurg Weber
 Financial Historyc.
256pp: 234x156: May 2012
HB
978 1 84893 230 2: £60/$99
e
978 1 84893 231 9
www.pickeringchatto.com/bullion
Taxation and Debt in theEarly Modern City 
Editors:
José Ignacio AndrésUcendo
and
Michael Limberger
The essays in this collection are based on archives across Europe.They demonstrate that the impact of indirect taxation was considerably lessnegative than previously thought.
Contributors
Giuseppe Bognetti, Fausto Piola Caselli,Giuseppe De Luca, Nadia Fernández dePinedo Echevarría, Bernd Fuhrmann,Ramón Lanza García, Alessandra BulgarelliLukacs, Andrea Pühringer, José AntonioMateos Royo, Guy Saupin, Martijn van derBurg and Manon van der Heijden
 Financial History: 19
288pp: 234x156: February 2012
HB
978 1 84893 185 5: £60/$99
e
978 1 84893 186 2
www.pickeringchatto.com/debt
Camille Gutt and PostwarInternational Finance
Jean F Crombois
 As a businessman, nancier, diplomat,minister, and rst Managing Director
of the IMF, Camille Gutt was
involved in all the important nancial
negotiations between the 1920s andthe 1950s. Using Gutt’s personalarchives, Crombois examines the rise
and fall of nancial diplomacy as a
largely private enterprise.
 Financial History: 18
208pp: 234x156: 2011
HB
978 1 84893 058 2: £60/$99
www.pickeringchatto.com/gutt
The Development of the ArtMarket in England:
Money as Muse, 1730–1900
Thomas M Bayer
and
John R Page
This book gives a comprehensiveaccount of the history and underlyingeconomics of the modern art marketin eighteenth- and nineteenth-century Britain. Information from over42,000 sales of paintings in London between 1720 and 1910 reveal hithertounknown transaction patterns andtrade networks allowing insight intothe operations of the art market.
‘a skillful blend of primary and secondary source material as well as
some signicant quantitative data’ 
EH.net
 Financial History: 17 
288pp: 234x156: 2011
HB
978 1 84893 043 8: £60/$99
e
978 1 84893 044 5
www.pickeringchatto.com/artmarket
Federal Banking in Brazil:
  Policies and Competitive Advantages
Kurt E von Mettenheim
This study is the rst in a decade to
provide an overview of banking inBrazil. It is argued that the big threefederal banks have long providedessential policy alternatives and, sincethe liberalization of the industry inthe 1990s, have realized competitiveadvantages over private and foreign banks.
 Financial History: 16
240pp: 234x156: 2010
HB
978 1 84893 065 0: £60/$99
e
978 1 84893 066 7
www.pickeringchatto.com/brazil
The Development of International Insurance
Editor:
Robin Pearson
There are few book-length studiesof national insurance industries.This collection of nine essays by international experts redresses this balance.
Contributors
Liselotte Eriksson, Adrian Jitschin, MartinLengwiler, Manuel Llorca-Jaña, JeròniaPons Pons, Christofer Stadlin, Grietjie Verhoef, Welf Werner and Takau Yoneyama
 Financial History: 15 
288pp: 234x156: 2010
HB
978 1 84893 075 9: £60/$99
e
978 1 84893 076 6
www.pickeringchatto.com/insdevelopment
Benjamin Franklin and the
Invention of Micronance
Bruce H Yenawine
Editor:
Michele R Costello
Benjamin Franklin sought to managedebt, organize credit, build capital andpromote virtue. On his death he left acodicil bequeathing £2,000 to Bostonand Philadelphia. This study examines
Franklin’s codicil and the nancial
history of America over the 200 yearssince his death.
 Financial History: 14
240pp: 234x156: 2010
HB
978 1 84893 034 6: £60/$99
e
978 1 84893 035 3
www.pickeringchatto.com/franklin
Convergence and Divergenceof National FinancialSystems:
Evidence from the Gold  Standards, 1871–1971
Editors:
Patrice Baubeau
and
 Anders OgrenContributors
Carlo Brambilla, Kalina Dimitrova, Dirk Drechsel, Jeroen Euwe, Luca Fantacci, Antoine Gentier, David Le Bris, Jean-Luc Mastin, Pablo Martín-Aceña, KimOosterlink, María A Pons, Angelo Riva,Richard Roberts, Elena Martinez Ruiz andPatrick Verley 
‘useful and pleasant to read ... incisive,
stimulating and promising for futureresearch
EH.net
 Financial History: 13
320pp: 234x156: 2010
HB
978 1 85196 648 6: £60/$99
e
978 1 85196 669 1
www.pickeringchatto.com/convergence
www.pickeringchatto.com/fnancialhistory
 Financial  History
Series Editor:
Robert E Wright
Provides a platform for works that
apply nancial theory to questions of 
perennial historiographical interest
or works that use nancial history 
to illuminate current public policy debates.

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