1. The Legal Concept of Money; 2. The Creation of Money and its Legal Basis; 3. Money as a Static Concept: Money in Economics; 4. A Dynamic Concept of Money. The Alienation Cycle; 5. The Legal Underpinnings for the Functioning of Money as Money: The Faith in Money and the Power of the Banks; 6. Conclusion; 7. Bibliography; 8. Index
Andreas Rahmatian is Professor of Commercial Law at the University of Glasgow. His research interests are in intellectual property and commercial law, property theory, comparative law and legal theory, and intellectual history and the law.