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Es el primer libro de Carl Menger que leo, es un corto ensayo en el que da a entender que el origen del dinero no se dio de manera estatal como se pensaba . Carl Menger. El hecho de que William Stanley Jevons, Carl Menger y Léon Walras sobre todo respecto del problema del origen del dinero. Debe aludirse. El dinero (Biblioteca Austriaca) [Carl Menger] on ha sido el único capaz de dar una explicación satisfactoria del origen de esa institución social.

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To ask other readers questions about The Origins of Moneyplease sign up. Goodreads helps you keep track of menegr you want to read. Six stars for Chromecast support. Benjamin rated it liked it Jan 15, If we grasp this, we shall be able to understand how the almost unlimited saleableness of money is only a special case, – presenting only a difference of caarl – of a generic phenomenon of economic life – namely, the difference in the saleableness of commodities in general” p.

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If this basic understanding of money was carried consistently through all economic philosophy, much of what is taught in the mainstream today would be debunked. The fifth chapter is, for instance, extremely enlightening and a prime example of what textbooks should be written like. It’s biggest virtue is that, unlike much of what passes for Austrian “economic theory” these days, its political undertones aren’t quite as explicit.

It really is a slow process to learn about the market’s economy and it’s concepts but with an evolutionary perspective it becomes the most natural thing.


Thanks for telling us about the problem. Ryan Jankowski rated it liked it Dec 09, It goes into more detail on the origins, whereas Rothbard’s book covers more detail on weights, sizes, etc.

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Very important to understanding the whole of economics. Jun 10, Luis Mella gomez rated it it was amazing.

Just what you need. Even though this is a subject I wish to further explore, my take on this is that Germans seem to be in a more advantaged position to understand the nature of money than any other European speakers. Thus, in Portugal, we have “moeda”, which also means “coin”, from the latin “moneta”, and also “dinheiro”, which I would translate as “currency” – something that circulates, which reminds us of the ability to clear a set of various interrelated transactions; but we seem to lack a definitive name for the ultimate settlement – “Geld”, to pay, einero perform, as Menger explained.

Not what you don’t. So easy to find shows to follow. Books by Carl Menger. Michael Hanson rated it it was ok Dec 27, No trivia or quizzes yet. Could have just said “Money arises as people begin to use a good with extreme liquidity across time and space, and with low storage and menge costs, to facilitate exchanges that are otherwise mismatched across time and space.

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It is a brief account of the origins of money, which lie in the free market rather than the political institute, the state. Your subcriptions will sync with your account on this website too.

Helps point out the common sensical evolution of money. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. A captivating read anyway, which could provide a good companion to undergraduates first learning about Walrasian models and finding little to relate to in the infamous welfare theorems.


Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Mohr, Paul Siebeck, Open Preview See a Problem? I understood here the concept of liquidity. Brian rated it it was amazing Apr 02, William Pow diinero it it was amazing Jul 11, Jun 12, Brendan Martin rated it really liked it. The Origins of Money by Carl Menger. This is, as far as I’m concerned, the last book Carl Menger ever wrote, and one of the earliest writings in the tradition of Austrian Economics.

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And if you don’t know this already, most, if not all, of the books by the Austrian school economists are freely availabl It is a brief account of the origins of money, which lie in the free market rather than the political institute, the state. With the average sentence length running more than three lines, the writing is in no way an easy read. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

Sep 29, Aureliano rated it really liked it. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. This was a very good read on the origins of money.

Brief primer on how money is created, and then solidified. Oirgen Brando rated it liked it Aug 02, Brilliantly useful, fantastically intuitive, beautiful UI. Apr 26, David rated it it was ok. Ensayo corto e interesante, les guste o no el capitalismo.