Introduction by Lawrence H. White 1. The Continuing Search for a Monetary Constitution, Leland B. Yeager 2. Still In Search of a Monetary Constitution, Hugh Rockoff 3. The Value of Money as a Constitutionalized Parameter, James M. Buchanan 4. The Constitutionalization of Money: A Constitutional Economics Perspective, Ekkehard A. Kohler and Viktor J. Vanberg 5. Monetary Regimes, Stability, Politics, and Inflation in History, Peter Bernholz 6. Index Futures Targeting and Monetary Disequilibrium, W. William Woolsey 7. Recent Issues Concerning Monetary Policy Reform, Bennett T. McCallum 8. Monetary Reform in a World of Central Banks, Gunther Schnabl 9. Free Banking in History and Theory, Lawrence H. White 10. Contemporary Private Monetary Systems, Kevin Dowd 11. Central Banks: Reform or Abolish?, Gerald P. O'Driscoll, Jr.
Lawrence H. White is Professor of Economics at George Mason University and a Senior Fellow of the Cato Institute. Best known for his work on free banking, White is the author of The Clash of Economic Ideas (2012), The Theory of Monetary Institutions (1999), Free Banking in Britain (2nd ed., 1995), and Competition and Currency (1989). Viktor J. Vanberg is Senior Research Fellow, Chairman of the Board, and former Director of the Walter Eucken Institute in Freiburg-im-Breisgau, Germany. He was for many years Professor of Economic Policy at the University of Freiburg, and previously Professor of Economics at George Mason University. Ekkehard A. Kohler is Research Fellow at the Walter Eucken Institute.