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Financial reconstruction of Austria report submitted by the Second Committee to the Assembly. by League of Nations. Assembly. Second Committee.

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Published by League of Nations in [Geneva .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Finance -- Austria.,
  • Taxation -- Austria

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Edition Notes

At head of title: A.82.1926.II. Geneva, September 21st, 1926.

SeriesPublications of the League of Nations. II. Economic and financial. 1926.II.41
The Physical Object
Pagination2 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20074844M

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Although some statesmen and historians have pinned Austria's -- and the world's -- interwar economic implosion on financial colonialism, in this corrective history Nathan Marcus deemphasizes the negative role of external players and points to the greater impact of domestic malfeasance and predatory speculation on Austrian political and financial decline. Marcus, presently at Ben-Gurion University, sets out to clarify the record and succeeds in doing so, producing a book that is sure to become the standard reference on Austrian reconstruction. Marcus divides his book into three parts. “Crisis” explores Austria’s hyperinflation in In this corrective history, Nathan Marcus deemphasizes the destructive role of external players in Austria’s reconstruction and points to the greater impact of domestic malfeasance and predatory speculation on the nation’s financial and political by: 2. In Austria became the first interwar European country to experience hyperinflation. The League of Nations, among other actors, stepped in to help reconstruct the economy, but a decade later Austria's largest bank, Credit-Anstalt, collapsed. Historians have correlated these events with the banking and currency crisis that destabilized interwar Europe--a narrative that relies on the claim.

The complete review's Review. Nathan Marcus opens his book noting that: "The financial history of interwar Austria is one of precedents". Austrian hyperinflation in the early s preceded that in Weimar Germany; Austria was the first country to begin economic reconstruction under an outside, international group -- the League of Nations --; and, in , Austria was the first country to. Book Description: Although some statesmen and historians have pinned Austria’s—and the world’s—interwar economic implosion on financial colonialism, in this corrective history Nathan Marcus deemphasizes the negative role of external players and points to the greater impact of domestic malfeasance and predatory speculation on Austrian political and financial decline.   The biggest surprise in Austrian Reconstruction and the Collapse of Global Finance, is how timely it is. Many of the same debates about global finance and its influence on the people of Austria, Swiss historian Nathan Marcus of the National Research University’s Higher School of Economics in St. Petersburg writes, were remarkably similar to those of post Europe. Austrian Reconstruction and the Collapse of Global Finance, – View larger image Although some statesmen and historians have pinned Austria’s—and the world’s—interwar economic implosion on financial colonialism, in this corrective history Nathan Marcus deemphasizes the negative role of external players and points to the.

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