Further Reading


[1] Econtrader. “The Roman Empire 2 of 5 Currency Devaluation.” Accessed April 9, 2018. http://history.econtrader.com/devaluation_of_the_roman_currency.htm

[2] Rolnick, Arthur J., François R. Velde, and Warren E. Weber. “The Debasement Puzzle: An Essay on Medieval Monetary History.” The Journal of Economic History 56, no. 4 (1996): 789-808. http://www.jstor.org/stable/2123510.

[3] University of Cambridge. “Naughty Money: Clippers and coiners in 16th century England.” Last modified April 12, 2014. http://www.cam.ac.uk/research/features/naughty-money-clippers-and-coiners-in-16th-century-england

Theory & Mechanics:

[1] The Great Debasement and Its Aftermath, Stephen Deng. https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1057%2F9780230118249_4

[2] The Great Recoinage of 1696: Charles Davenant’s Developments in Monetary Theory, Charles Larkin. https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2165318

[3] Information and Articles: Debasement and the Introduction of Testoons, AMR Coins. http://www.amrcoins.com/information-and-articles/the-testoons-of-henry-viii/

Debates & Contemporary Issues:

[1] Ribeiro, Rafael Saulo Marques, John S. L. McCombie, and Gilberto Tadeu Lima. 2017. “Some unpleasant currency-devaluation arithmetic in a post Keynesian macromodel.” Journal Of Post Keynesian Economics 40, no. 2: 145-167. Business Source Complete, EBSCOhost (accessed April 8, 2018).

[2] Luther, William J. 2016. Cryptocurrencies, network effects, and switching costs. Contemporary Economic Policy 34 (3): 553-71.

[3] Buttonwood. “What Devaluation Actually Means.” The Economist, The Economist, 12 Feb. 2013, www.economist.com/blogs/buttonwood/2013/02/currencies.