Richard H. Timberlake, Jr. (born 24 June 1922) is an American economist who was Professor of Economics at the University of Georgia for much of his career. He also has become a leading advocate of free banking, the belief that money should be issued by private companies, not by a government monopoly.
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Advocates for Self-Government
Response to Joseph T. Salerno's October 1999 article which critiqued Timberlake's essays in the April, May and June 1999 issues; discusses the words "inflation" and "money" and Federal Reserve policies, in an Austrian economics context
by Kevin Dowd (Editor), Richard Timberlake (Editor), 1997
Partial contents: An Evolutionary Theory of the State Monopoly Over Money - National Sovereignty and International Monetary Regimes - From Gold to the ECU: The International Monetary System in Retrospect - The Gold-exchange Standard in the Interwar Years
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