1991

Kelly, P. H.

“General introduction : Locke on money.” // IN: Locke on money / John Locke ; edited … by Patrick Hyde Kelly … (1991) [Locke #506]. – pages 1-109.

Also includes “Tables : changes in the money stock, 1693-8” (pages 110-121), “Textual introduction” (pages 122-158), and “Checklist of printings” (pages 159-162)

Ogose, T.

ジョン・ロック経済思想研究 / 生越利昭著. – 神戶 : 神戶商科大学経済研究所, 1991. – (神戶商科大学研究叢書 ; 39)

Jon Rokku keizai shisō kenkyū / Ogose Toshiaki cho. – Kōbe-shi : Kōbe Shōka Daigaku Keizai Kenkyūjo, 1991. – vi, 391 pages. – (Kōbe Shōka Daigaku kenkyū sōsho ; 39)

ISBN 4-771-00554-0.

Unverified.

LNL 28:10

1992

Arneil, B.

“All the world was America” : John Locke and the American Indian. – See entry in Chapter 7.

Letwin, W.

“A mentor for monetarists” / William Letwin. // IN: Times literary supplement. – 28 Feb. 1992:8.

Review of Locke on money (1991)

1993

Boschi-Orlandini, F.

Le Fundamental Constitutions of Carolina attribuite a John Locke / Federico Boschi-Orlandini. – Genoa : Bozzi, 1993.

Unverified.

Ivison, D.

“Liberal conduct.” – See entry in Chapter 7.

Pagden, A.

European encounters with the new world : from renaissance to romanticism / Anthony Pagden. – New Haven ; London : Yale University Press, 1993.

See Ch. 4, “The savage decomposed” (pages 117-140)

Priddat, B. P.

“Die Einführung der Unsicherheit in die Moderne : Telosschwund und ökonomische Allokation : von Pascal zu Adam Smith” / von Birger P. Priddat. // IN: Archiv für Kulturgeschichte. – 75 (1993):419-444.

See “Uneasiness/Arbeit : J. Locke” (pages 428-434)

Schefold, B. et al.

Some considerations of the consequences of the lowering of interest and raising the value of money. – See entry in Chapter 0.

Vol. 2. Kommentarband herausgegeben von Wolfram Engels, Karl D. Grüske, Herbert Hax, Bertram Schefold mit Beiträgen von Hans Christoph Binswanger, Walter Eltis, Bertram Schefold und Karen I. Vaughn.

1994

Arneil, B.

“Trade, plantations, and property : John Locke and the economic defense of colonialism” / Barbara Arneil. // IN: Journal of the history of ideas. – 55 (1994):591-609.

LNL 25:4

Chown, J. F.

A history of money : from AD 800 / John Chown. – London ; New York : Routledge, 1994.

See 6, “The Recoinage of 1696 : Locke, Lowndes and Newton” (pages 60-66)

Grassby, R.

The English gentleman in trade : the life and works of Sir Dudley North, 1641-1691 / Richard Grassby. – Oxford : Clarendon Press, 1994.

See Ch. 10, “The political economist” (pages 230-257)

Also includes the text of North, A discourse upon trade [1691] (pages 290-303)

1995

Coleman, W. O.

Rationalism and anti-rationalism in the origins of economics. – See entry in Chapter 3.

Dang, A.-T.

“Fondements des politiques de la pauvreté : notes sur ‘The report on the poor’ de John Locke” / Ai-Thu Dang. // IN: Revue économique. – 45 (1995):1423-1441.

LNL 27:5

Eltis, W.

“John Locke, the quantity theory of money and the establishment of a sound currency” / Walter Eltis. // IN: The quantity theory of money : from Locke to Keynes and Friedman / Mark Blaug … [et al.]. – Altershot ; Brookfield, Vt. : Edward Elgar, ©1995. – pages 4-26.

Revised version of “John Locke, Philosoph und Ökonom,” the introduction to a facsimile reprint of Some considerations … – Dusseldorf : Verlagsgruppe Handelsblatt, 1993. – (Klassiker der Nationalökonomie)

LNL 27:6

Kelly, P. H.

“Dutch data in Locke’s economic writings” / Patrick H. Kelly. // IN: Locke newsletter. – 26 (1995):119-140.

LNL 27:7

Lesser, C. H.

South Carolina begins : the records of a proprietary colony, 1663-1721 / Charles H. Lesser. – Columbia, S.C. : South Carolina Department of Archives and History, ©1995.

See ch. 1, “An English nobleman’s ‘darling’ : the Carolina proprietors, their records, and the founding of South Carolina” (pages 1-123)

Pagden, A.

Lords of all the world : ideologies of empire in Spain, Britain and France, c. 1500-c. 1800 / Anthony Padgen. – New Haven ; London : Yale University Press, ©1995.

See pages 77-83.

Parekh, B.

“Liberalism and colonialism.” – See entry in Chapter 7.

Puppo Bunds, R.

The ideology of prosperity : pursuits and coercion in a world of plenty / Ronald Puppo Bunds. – Thesis (Ph.D.)–Universitat Autónoma de Barcelona, 1995. – 236 pages.

ISBN 84-490-0360-1.

Unverified; source/Abstract: DAI 58:1308C [“In Spanish”]

Rothbard, M. N.

Economic thought before Adam Smith / Murray N. Rothbard. – Aldershot, Hants., England ; Brookfield, Vt. : Edward Elgar, ©1995. – (An Austrian perspective on the history of economic thought ; vol. 1)

See Ch. 11, “Mercantilism and freedom in England from the Civil War to 1750” (pages 307-342)

1996

Arneil, B.

John Locke and America. – See entry in Chapter 7.

Farina, P.

Pensare il mondo che cambia : uno studio su economia e politica in John Locke / P. Farina. – Milano : Guerini, 1996. – 325 pages.

ISBN 88-8107-069-3

Unverified.

LNL 27:6

Marshall, P.

A kind of life imposed on man : vocation and social order from Tyndale to Locke / Paul Marshall. – Toronto ; Buffalo ; London : University of Toronto Press, ©1996.

See Ch. 7, “Economics and calling : John Locke’s duality” (pages 85-96)

LNL 28:8

Thompson, J.

Models of value : eighteenth-century political economy and the novel / James Thompson. – Durham [N.C.] ; London : Duke University Press, 1996.

See Ch. 2, “Money as sign” (pages 40-85; also pages 148-150)

1997

Dang, A.-T.

“Juste prix et science de l’enrichissement chez John Locke” / Ai-Thu Dang. // IN: Économies et sociétés. – 31 (1997):49-69.

LNL 28:6

Dang, A.-T.

“Monnaie, liberalisme et cohesion sociale : autour de John Locke” / Ai-Thu Dang. // IN: Revue économique. – 48 (1997):761-771.

Abstract: “Money, liberalism and social cohesion : John Locke’s ideas” (page 761)

LNL 28:6

Gardner, S. W.

The prophet of money : Locke’s political economy / Stewart Wilson Gardner. – Thesis (Ph.D.)–Michigan State University, 1997. – 366 pages.

Unverified; source/Abstract: DAI 58:1892A.

Henvey, T.

“Calculating ‘Political arithmetick’ ” / Thomas Henvey. // IN: The Founders’ Library, University of Wales, Lampeter : bibliographical and contextual studies : essays in memory of Robin Rider / edited by William Marx. – Lampeter : Founders’ Library, St. David’s College, University of Wales, 1997. – (Trivium ; vol. 29-30). – pages 189-194.

1998

Cumming, W. P.

The Southeast in early maps / William P. Cumming. – 3rd ed. / rev. and enl. by Louis De Vorsey, Jr. – Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press, ©1998. – (The Fred W. Morrison series in Southern studies).

See Plate 35 and pages 17-18, 159-160: Locke’s map of the Cape Fear region.

Hallmark, T. L.

John Locke and the Fundamental Constitutions of Carolina / Terrell L. Hallmark. – Thesis (Ph.D.)– Claremont Graduate University, 1998.

Unverified.

Pagden, A.

“The struggle for legitimacy and the image of empire …” – See entry in Chapter 7.

Priddat, B. P.

Theologie, Ökonomie, Macht : eine Rekonstruktion der Ökonomie John Lockes / Birger P. Priddat. – Marburg : Metropolis-Verlag, 1998. – 140 pages. – (Ökonomische essays ; Band 8)

ISBN 3-895-18182-X.

Unverified.

Robbins, L.

A history of economic thought : the LSE lectures / Lionel Robbins ; edited by Steven G. Medema and Warren J. Samuels. – Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, ©1998.

See Lecture 7, “Child and Locke (interest)” (pages 66-74, concluded on pages 77) and Lecture 11, “Locke and Hume on property ; Hume on money” (pages 104-113)

LNL 31:7

Soud, S. E.

Swift and Locke : satire, monetary theory, and intrinsic value / by Stephen E. Soud. – Thesis (Ph.D.)–University of Florida, 1998. – xi, 252 leaves.

Unverified; source/Abstract: DAI 59:4155/6.

Tomlin, C. L.

The legal cartography of colonization : English intrusions on the American mainland in the seventeenth century / Christopher L. Tomlins. – Chicago : American Bar Foundation, 1998. – 778 pages.

Also: “The legal cartography of colonization, the legal polyphony of settlement : English intrusions on the American mainland in the seventeenth century” / Christopher Tomlin. // IN: Law and social inquiry. – 26 (2001):315-372.

1999

Faber, M.

“Was ist Wirtschaft? : Was ist die Wissenschaft von der Wirtschaft?” / Malte Faber. // IN: Dialektik. – 3 (1999):13-41.

Abstract: PhI 2000.

Gill, H. B.

“Legacy of Locke : ‘one good town’ ” / by Harold B. Gill, Jr. // IN: Colonial Williamsburg. – 21:no. 2 (April/May 1999):38-39.

Guest, C.

The idea of the market and the role of government in the political economy of Locke, Smith, Mill, Marshall, Keynes and Hayek / by Christopher Guest. – Thesis (Ph.D.)– University of Sydney, 1999. – vi, 219 leaves.

Unverified.

Markley, R.

“ ‘Land enough in the world’.” – See entry in Chapter 7.

Zack, N.

“Lockean money, indigenism and globalism.” – See entry in Chapter 7.

2000

Armitage, D.

The ideological origins of the British empire / David Armitage. – Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2000. – (Ideas in context ; 59)

See esp. pages 96-99, 165-166.

Armitage, D.

“The political economy of Britain and Ireland after the Glorious Revolution” / David Armitage. // IN: Political thought in seventeenth-century Ireland : kingdom or colony? / edited by Jane H. Ohlmeyer. – Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2000. – pages 221-243.

Caffentzis, C. G.

Exciting the industry of mankind : George Berkeley’s philosophy of money. – See entry in Chapter 3.

Cheves, L. (ed.)

The Shaftesbury papers and other records relating to Carolina and the first settlement on Ashley River prior to the year 1676.

Reprinted in 2000. – See entry under 1897.

Coleman, W. O.

“The significance of John Locke’s medical studies for his economic thought” / William O. Coleman. // IN: History of political economy. – 32 (2000):711-731.

LS 1:4

Finkelstein, A.

Harmony and the balance : an intellectual history of seventeenth-century English economic thought / Andrea Finkelstein. – Ann Arbor : University of Michigan Press, ©2000.

See esp. “John Locke : nineteen shillings do not a pound make”

Unverified.

Garo, I.

“Monnaie et richesse chez John Locke : une politique de l’économie” = “Money and wealth according to John Locke : an economic policy” / Isabelle Garo. // IN: Revue de synthèse. – 121 (2000):9-45.

LS 3:6

Kwartung, K.

The political thought of the recoinage crisis of 1695-7 / Kwasi Kwarteng. – Thesis (Ph.D.) – University of Cambridge, 2000.

Unverified.

2001

Coleman, W. O.

“The significance of John Locke’s medical studies for the history of economic thought” / William O. Coleman. // IN: Physicians and political economy : six studies of the work of doctor-economists / edited by Peter Groenewegen. – London ; New York : Routledge, 2001. – (Routledge studies in the history of economics ; 49). – pages 26-47.

Farina, P.

“Come il poor divenne un labourer : la costruzione di un’ identità sociale tra Locke e Smith” / P. Farina. // IN: Classe operaia : le identità : storia e prospettiva / a cura di Paolo Favilli, Mario Tronti. – Milan : FrancoAngeli, ©2001. – (Studi e ricerche storiche ; 273). – pages 143-167.

Unverified.

LS 3:6

Kotter, R.

“Zeit ist Geld : der Umgang mit der Zeit als philosophisches Grundproblem der Okonomie” / Rudolf Kotter. // IN: Von der Antike bis zur Gegenwart : Erlanger Streifzüge durch die Geschichte der Philosophie / herausgegeben von Jens Kulenkampff und Thomas Spitzley. – Stuttgart : Palm & Enke, 2001. – pages 97-109.

Unverified.

Tomlin, C. L.

“The legal cartography of colonization, the legal polyphony of settlement : English intrusions on the American mainland in the seventeenth century.” – See entry for first publication in 1998.

2002

Boyd, R.

“The Calvinist origins of Lockean political economy” / Richard Boyd. // IN: History of political thought. – 23 (2002):30-60.

Abstracts: PhI 2002; IPSA 52:4494.

LS 2:4

Hirschmann, N. J.

“Liberal conservativism, once and again : Locke’s ‘Essay on the poor law’ and contemporary US welfare reform” / Nancy J. Hirschmann. // IN: Constellations. – 9 (2002):335-355.

Abstract: IPSA 53:4526.

LS 3:7

Hsueh, V.

“Giving orders.” – See entry in Chapter 7.

Knights, M.

“Montagu, Charles (1661-1715), of Jermyn Street, Westminister, and Bushey Park, Hampton Court, Mdx.” / M.J.K. // IN: The History of Parliament. The House of Commons, 1690-1715 / Eveline Cruickshanks, Stuart Handley and D. W. Hayton. – Cambridge : published for the History of Parliament Trust by Cambridge University Press, 2002. – vol. 4:850-880.

See the section on the Recoinage of 1696 (pages 859-863]

Sargent, T. J. & Velde, F. R.

The big problem of small change / Thomas J. Sargent, François R. Velde. – Princeton ; Oxford : Princeton University Press, ©2002. – (The Princeton economic history of the Western world)

See “The Great Recoinage of 1696” (pages 271-290)

Vinnicombe, T.

“John Locke, Thomas Hobbes and the development of political economy” / Thea Vinnicombe and Richard Staveley. // IN: International journal of social economics. – 29 (2002):690-705.

LS 3:12

2003

Caffentzis, C. G.

“Medical metaphors and monetary strategies in the political economy of Locke and Berkeley” / C. George Caffentzis. // IN: History of political economy. – 35:annual supplement (2003):204-233.

2004

Armitage, D.

“John Locke, Carolina, and the Two treatises of government.” – See entry in Chapter 7.

Armitage, D.

“Locke’s Americana” / David Armitage. – Paper presented at “Civility, philosophy and public debate : a conference marking the 300th anniversary of the death of John Locke (1632-1704),” Centre for Public Culture and Ideas, Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia, July 14, 2004.

Abstract: http://www.griffith.edu.au/centre/cpci/pdf/john_locke_abstracts.pdf

Armitage, D.

“ ‘That excellent forme of government’ : new light on Locke and Carolina” / David Armitage. // IN: Times literary supplement. – 22 Oct. 2004:14-15.

LS 5:4

Kane, J.

“Locke on property and value.” – See entry in Chapter 7.

Kleer, R. A.

“ ‘The ruine of their Diana’ : Lowndes, Locke, and the bankers” / Richard A. Kleer. // IN: History of political economy. – 36 (2004):533-556.

LS 5:10

Roper, L. H.

Conceiving Carolina : proprietors, planters, and plots, 1662-1729 / L.H. Roper. – New York ; Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire, England : Palgrave Macmillan, 2004.

See pages 32-35, 41-43, 69-70.

Wennerlind, C.

“The death penalty as monetary policy : the practice and punishment of monetary crime, 1690-1830” / Carl Wennerlind. // IN: History of political economy. — 36 (2004):131-161.

2005

Costantini, D.

“La teoria lockeiana della proprietà e l’America : alla radice della giustificazione dell’idea coloniale.” – See entry in Chapter 7.

Hont, I.

Jealousy of trade : international competition and the nation-state in historical perspective / Istvan Hont. – Cambridge, Mass. ; London, England : The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 2005.

See esp. “Political economy and natural jurisprudence” (pages 419-443)

2006

Appleby, J.

“Money, money, money : the seventeenth-century effort to get an intellectual grasp on this slippery medium of trade” / Joyce Appleby. // IN: Common-place : the interactive journal of early American life. – 6 (2006).

Available online at: http://www.common-place.org/vol-06/no-03/appleby/ [viewed 9 April 2009]

Costantini, D.

Una malattia europea : il nuovo discorso coloniale francese e i suoi critici / Dino Costantini. – Pisa : PLUS-Pisa University Press, 2006. – (Methexis ; 8)

See Excursus 2, “Locke e l’America : alle origini del discorso coloniale” (pages 145-170)

ISBN 88-84892-423-5.

Unverified.

Lebovics, H.

Imperialism and the corruption of democracies. – See entry in Chapter 7.

2007

O’Brien, D. P.

The development of monetary economics : a modern perspective on monetary controversies / D. P. O’Brien. – Cheltenham, UK ; Northampton, MA : E. Elgar, ©2007.

See “The rate of interest : Locke and his critics” (pages 59-78)

Unverified.

LS 7:13

O’Brien, J.

“John Locke, desire, and the epistemology of money” / John O’Brien. // IN: British journal for the history of philosophy. – 15 (2007):685-708.

Abstract: PhI 2008.

LS 8:13

Pech, C.

“ ‘His nuts for a piece of metal’ : fetishism in the monetary writings of John Locke” / Carol Pech. // IN: Feminist interpretations of John Locke / edited by Nancy J. Hirschmann and Kirstie M. McClure (2007). – pages 269-295.

LS 7:14

2008

Botella Ordinas, E.

“¿Era inevitable 1808? : una revisión de la tradición de la decadencia española” / Eva Botella Ordinas. // IN: Revista de Occidente. – 326-327 (Jul.-Aug. 2008): 47-68.

Unverified.

LS 10:5

Bradizza, L. A.

Richard T. Ely’s critique of capitalism. – See entry in Chapter 7.

Hsueh, V.

“Unsettling colonies : Locke, ‘Atlantis’ and new world knowledges” / Vicki Hsueh. // IN: History of political thought. – 29 (2008):295-319.

Abstract: PhI 2008.

LS 8:9

Irving, S.

Natural science and the origins of the British Empire / by Sarah Irving. – London ; Brookfield, Vt. : Pickering & Chatto, 2008). – (Empires in perspective ; no. 5)

See Ch. 5, “John Locke’s language of empire” (pages 109-132)

LS 8:10

Leng, T.

Benjamin Worsley (1618-1677) : trade, interest and the spirit in Revolutionary England / Thomas Leng. – Woodbridge, Suffolk, UK ; Rochester, NY : The Boydell Press, 2008.

Morrison, J.

An unholy trinity : the influence of Locke, Smith, and Keynes on British macroeconomic stabilization policy / James Morrison. – Thesis (Ph.D.)– Stanford University, 2008. – vi, 406 pages.

Unverified.

Tuckness, A.

“John Locke and public administration.” – See entry in Chapter 7.

2009

Farr, J.

“Locke, ‘some Americans’, and the discourse on ‘Carolina’ ” / James Farr. // IN: Locke studies. – 9 (2009):19-96.

Includes the text of “Carolina” from John Ogilby’s America (1671) [Locke #14A], which the author argues was written by Locke.

Available online: https://doi.org/10.5206/ls.2009.900

LS 10:6

Irvine, R. P.

“Labor and commerce in Locke and early eighteenth-century English georgic” / by Robert P. Irvine. // IN: ELH. – 76 (2009):963-988.

LS 10:7

Kelly, P.

“ ‘Monkey’ business : Locke’s ‘College’ correspondence and the adoption of the plan for the Great Recoinage” / Patrick Kelly. // IN: Locke studies. – 9 (2009):139-165.

Available online: https://doi.org/10.5206/ls.2009.909

LS 10:8

Levenson, T.

Newton and the counterfeiter : the unknown detective career of the world’s greatest scientist. – See entry in Chapter 12.

Pesante, M. L.

“Slaves, servants and wage earners : free and unfree labour, from Grotius to Blackstone” / Maria Luisa Pesante. // IN: History of European ideas. – 35 (2009):289-320.

LS 9:12

Suzuki, K.

[The conceptual rise of the consumer in the economic thought of eighteenth-century England : from Locke to Smith] / K. Suzuki. // IN: ソシオサイエンス = Waseda review of socio-science. – 15 (2009):277-286.

Unverified; title in Japanese.

LS 9:15

2010

Armitage, D.

“Fundamental Constitutions of Carolina, 1669” / David Armitage. // IN: Encyclopedia of U.S. political history. Volume 1, Colonial beginnings through Revolution, 1500-1783 / edited by Andrew W. Robertson. – Washington, DC : CQ Press, 2010. – pages 142-144.

Armitage, D.

「帝国の理論家ジョン・ロック?」 = “Teikoku no rironka Jon Rokku?” – See English version published in 2012.

Botella Ordinas, E.

“Debating empires, inventing empires : British territorial claims against the Spaniards in America, 1670-1714” / Eva Botella Ordinas. // IN: Journal of early modern cultural studies. – 10 (2010):142-168.

Boyd, R.

“Coinage” / Richard Boyd. // IN: The Continuum companion to Locke / general editors, S.-J. Savonius-Wroth, Paul Schuurman, Jonathan Walmsley (2010). – pages 129-131.

Boyd, R.

“Rate of interest” / Richard Boyd. // IN: The Continuum companion to Locke / general editors, S.-J. Savonius-Wroth, Paul Schuurman, Jonathan Walmsley (2010). – pages 204-206.

Caffentzis, G. C.

“Locke, Berkeley and Hume as philosophers of money : an apology and synopsis” / George C. Caffentzis. // IN: George Berkeley : religion and science in the age of Enlightenment / [edited by] Silvia Parigi. – Dordrecht ; Heidelberg ; London ; New York : Springer, 2010. – (Archives internationales d’histoire des idées = International archives of the history of ideas ; 201). – pages 57-71.

LS 11:4

Desmedt, L. & Blanc, J.

“Counteracting counterfeiting? : Bodin, Mariana, and Locke on false money as a multidimensional issue” / Ludovic Desmedt and Jérôme Blanc. // IN: History of political economy. – 42 (2010):323-360.

LS 10:5

Hsueh, V.

Hybrid constitutions : challenging legacies of law, privilege, and culture in colonial America. – See entry in Chapter 7.

Stapelbroek, K.

“Papers on money” / Koen Stapelbroek. // IN: The Continuum companion to Locke / general editors, S.-J. Savonius-Wroth, Paul Schuurman, Jonathan Walmsley (2010). – pages 273-275.

Stapelbroek, K.

“Value and wealth” / Koen Stapelbroek. // IN: The Continuum companion to Locke / general editors, S.-J. Savonius-Wroth, Paul Schuurman, Jonathan Walmsley (2010). – pages 230-232.

Talbot, A.

“The great ocean of knowledge” : the influence of travel literature on the work of John Locke. – See entry in Chapter 11.