Post Tagged with: "Richard Sylla"

The author at a book signing April 7.

Another Endorsement of Hamilton Versus Wall Street

By Nancy Spannaus April 28, 2019—I am very happy to announce that my book Hamilton Versus Wall Street has received a new thoughtful endorsement from another veteran economic scholar. On April 20, Neil C. Hughes wrote the following: In an age in unbridled individualism and banking system greed, Nancy Spannaus […]

by April 28, 2019 News
The Politics Behind Today’s “Supermarket Banks”

The Politics Behind Today’s “Supermarket Banks”

By Nancy Spannaus March 30, 2019—The American Enterprise Institute (AEI) in Washington, D.C. hosted a discussion of the rise of today’s “supermarket banks” on March 27. Kicking off the event was Professor Mark H. Rose, who has recently published the book Market Rules: Bankers, Presidents, and the Origins of the […]

by March 30, 2019 News
Hamilton's grand industrial project at Passaic Falls, New Jersey was part of his broad economic vision. (Leonard A. Zax)

An Appreciation of Hamilton’s Society for Useful Manufactures

(The following was written in celebration of Alexander Hamilton’s 262nd birthday, which occurs on January 11th.) By Nancy Spannaus Jan. 9, 2019—One appropriate way to get to know and appreciate Founding Father Alexander Hamilton’s vision and accomplishments for our nation is to get acquainted with his pioneer project in manufacturing, […]

by January 9, 2019 Commentary, History
Let the Debate on Hamiltonian Policies Begin!

Let the Debate on Hamiltonian Policies Begin!

Alexander Hamilton on Finance, Credit, and Debt Richard Sylla and David J. Cowen Columbia University Press, New York City, 2018, 345 pp. A review by Nancy Spannaus April 13, 2018—When co-author Richard Sylla presented this book at the National Archives on March 14, I immediately thought that his Alexander Hamilton […]

by April 15, 2018 Commentary
New Book Features Hamilton’s “Financial Revolution”

New Book Features Hamilton’s “Financial Revolution”

By Nancy Spannaus March 16, 2018—Economic historian Richard Sylla of New York University presented his newly published book, Alexander Hamilton on Finance, Credit, and Debt, on March 14 at a National Archives noon lecture. His thesis was a forceful argument that it was Hamilton who was uniquely responsible for the […]

by March 16, 2018 News