Hamilton and American finance [electronic resource] / William Goetzmann.
- London : SAGE Publications Ltd, 2017.
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- Hamilton, Alexander, 1757-1804.
Statesmen -- United States -- Case studies.
United States -- Politics and government -- 1783-1809 -- Case studies.
United States. Department of the Treasury -- Case studies.
- Alexander Hamilton is said to have invented the future. At a time when the young United States of America was disorganized and bankrupt, Hamilton could see that the nation would become a powerful economy. In his innovations of a national bank, a national currency, and strategies for dealing with the nation's first financial crises, he created what historian Richard Sylla has called a "financial revolution."
- Originally published: Goetzmann, W. (2016). Hamilton and American finance. 10-031. New Haven, CT: Yale School of Management, Yale University. Retrieved from: http://vol10.cases.som.yale.edu/hamilton-and-american-finance.
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