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Evolution of Central Banking?

Uittenbogaard, Roland

9783319106168 - Evolution of Central Banking?

Artikelomschrijving

The book analyses the establishment of De Nederlandsche Bank and its early development as a case study to test competing theories on the historical development of central banking. It is shown that the establishment of DNB can be explained by both the fiscal theory and the financial stability theory. Later development makes clear that the financial stability role of DNB prevailed. DNBs bank notes were not forced onto the public and competition was fierce. A prudent and independent stance was necessary to be able to play its intended role. This meant that DNB played a modest role in the Amsterdam money market until 1852. By 1852 it had established itself to become the central bank. By then its bank notes had become generally accepted and it could start to operate as a reserve bank. Also the market context had changed dramatically, its competitors had been driven out of the market and several credit institutions had become customers of DNB. On the occasion of the Nederlandsche Banks 200th Anniversary, it is good to have a new, and an extremely good, history of its founding and first fifty years of operation.

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Auteur Uittenbogaard, Roland
ISBN/EAN 9783319106168
Druk 1
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Artikelomschrijving

The book analyses the establishment of De Nederlandsche Bank and its early development as a case study to test competing theories on the historical development of central banking. It is shown that the establishment of DNB can be explained by both the fiscal theory and the financial stability theory. Later development makes clear that the financial stability role of DNB prevailed. DNBs bank notes were not forced onto the public and competition was fierce. A prudent and independent stance was necessary to be able to play its intended role. This meant that DNB played a modest role in the Amsterdam money market until 1852. By 1852 it had established itself to become the central bank. By then its bank notes had become generally accepted and it could start to operate as a reserve bank. Also the market context had changed dramatically, its competitors had been driven out of the market and several credit institutions had become customers of DNB. On the occasion of the Nederlandsche Banks 200th Anniversary, it is good to have a new, and an extremely good, history of its founding and first fifty years of operation.

Specificaties

Auteur Uittenbogaard, Roland
ISBN/EAN 9783319106168
Druk 1