Subject: Book notes: How a ledger became a central bank: a monetary history of the Bank of Amsterdam, by Stephen Quinn and William Roberds

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Book notes: How a ledger became a central bank: a monetary history of the Bank of Amsterdam, by Stephen Quinn and William Roberds
A masterful piece of monetary history that is relevant to modern-day central bankers
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EDITOR
 
Christopher Jeffery is the editor of the Central Banking Journal newsletter.
 
Christopher Jeffery is the editor of the Central Banking Journal newsletter. He is also editor-in-chief of Central Banking Publications.
christopher.jeffery@centralbanking.com

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