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Gorton, G. (1999). Pricing free bank notes. Journal of Monetary Economics, 44, 33—64.

James, J. (2016). Payment systems. In C. Diebolt & M. Haupert (Eds.), Handbook of cliometrics (pp. 353—373). Berlin: Springer.

Kuroda, A. (2008). What is the complementarity among monies? An introductory note. Financial History Review, 15(1), 7—15.

Shambaugh, J. (2006). An experiment with multiple currencies: The American monetary system from 1838—60. Explorations in Economic History, 43, 609-645.


Beckert, S. (2014). Empireofcotton:Aglobalhistory. New York:Alfred A. Knopf.

Buck, N. S. (1925). Thedevelopmentoftheorganization ofAnglo-American trade, 1800—1860. New Haven: Yale University Press.

Chew, M. (1984). History of the kingdom of cotton and cotton statistics of the world. New Orleans: W B. Stansbury& Co..

Fishlow, A. (1965). American railroads and the transformation ofthe antebellum economy. Cambrige, MA: Harvard University Press.

Friedman, M. (1953). The case for flexible exchange rates. In M. Friedman (Ed.), Essays in positive economics. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press.

Gorton, G. (1996). Reputation formation in early bank note markets. Journal of Political Economy, 104, 2.

17North Douglass , TheEconomic Growth ofthe United States, 1790—1860. (Englewood Cliffs, NJ: W. W. Norton, 1961).

Greaves, B. B. (2007). Free market economics. A syllabus. Auburn: The Ludwig von Mises Institute.

Greenhalgh, R. (1970). The rise ofNew York Port. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons.

Hammond, B. (1957). BanksandpoliticsinAmerica. From theRevolution to the Civil War. Princeton: Princeton University Press.

Helleiner, E. (2003). The making ofnational money. Territorial currencies in historical perspective. Ithaca: Cornell University Press.

Kuroda, A. (2004). Review of Thomas J. Sargent and Franfois R. Velde, The big problem of small change. International Journal of Asian Studies, 2, 1.

Mundell, R. (1961). A theory of optimum currency areas. The American Economic Review, 51, 4.

North, D. (1961). The economic growth of the United States, 1790—1860. Englewood Cliffs: W. W. Norton.

Schweikart, L. (1997). Bankingin theAmerican Southfrom the age ofJackson to reconstruction. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press.

Sellers, C. (1991). The market revolution. Jacksonian America, 1815—1846. New York: Oxford University Press.

Shambaug, J. (2006), An experiment with multiple currencies: The American monetary system from 1838—60. Explorations in Economic History 43.

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