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Giornale degli Economisti (Rome).

December, 1898. Rivalita Internazionali in Cina. E. DE VITI DE MARCO. L'Accordo

Commerciale colla Francia. E. GIRELLI. Il Resoconto del Banco di Napoli. U. MAZZOLA.

January, 1899.
Le migrazioni del lavoro agli Stati Uniti d'America. C. OTTOLENGHI.

La prima Breccia nel dạzio consumo dei comuni Italiani. R. DALLA
VOLTA. Sperimentalismo o Empirismo doganale. G. M. FIAMINGO.

February, 1899. Il Profitto del Capitale Tecnico. C. A. CONIGLIANI. Gli Operai

Italiani al Sempione. G. De MICHELIS. Aggiunte e Modificazioni alla Legge elettorale politica. Siotto-PINTÓR.

NEW BOOKS. BOGART (E. L.). The Housing of the Working People in Yonkers. (In Economic Studies, published by American Economic Association). New York : Macmillan. 12mo. pp. 50.

(A painstaking and instructive account, at first hand, of the housing of the workers in a small manufacturing city in the State of New York.]

DEVINE (E. T.). Economics. New York : Macmillan Co. 12mo. pp. 404.

[Parts of the book were written as lectures for Extension Societies. “The presentation, while influenced by contact with students who approach the subject from active life, is intended also for the class-room of the college and high school" (preface).]

GRONLUND (LAURENCE). The New Economy. A Peaceable Solution of the Social Question. Chicago : H. S. Stone and Co. 12mo. pp. 360. $1.25.

[The author has already published The Coöperative Commonwealth in which, as in this volume, collectivism was advocated. As practical statesmanship, Part III here advocates state aid to employed labour (obligatory arbitration) and to unemployed, “municipalization," radical regulation of railway rates, and the like.]

1 HALL (F. S.). Sympathetic Strikes and Lock-outs. (In Columbia College Studies.) New York: Columbia College. 8vo. pp. 118. $1.00.

(An historical and critical account of the disturbances mentioned, with chief regard to the United States, but with reference to England also.]

HOLLANDER (J. H.). Editor, Studies in State Taxation, with particular reference to the Southern States. By Members of Johns Hopkins University. Baltimore : Johns Hopkins Press. 8vo. $1.50. HOLLANDER (J. H.). The Financial History of Baltimore. Baltimore : Johns Hopkins Press. 8vo. $1.50.

These volumes in the Johns Hopkins Studies are important additions to the liter. ature on local finance and taxation in the United States. Six States are considered in the second volume.)

MAC FARLANE (C. W.). Value, Price, Distribution. An Historical, Critical, and Constructive Study in Economic Theory. Philadelphia : J. B. Lippincott Co. 8vo, pp. 300. $2.50.

[The cost and utility theories of value, value and price, distribution, with special regard to interest and wages, are the subjects of this volume. Parts have already been printed in the Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science.]

MILLER (H. A.). Money and Bimetallism .... with a critical Analysis of the Theories of Bimetallism and Symmetallism. New York : G. P. Putnam's Sons. 8vo. pp. 308. $1.25.

[The author rejects the quantity theory, maintains that intrinsic value alone determines the exchange value of specie, criticises bimetallism, symmetallism, and the tabular theory of value, and argues for the maintenance of a simple gold standard.]

NEWCOMB (H. T.). Railway Economics. Philadelphia : Railway World Publishing Co. 12mo. pp. 152. $1.00.

[Reprint of a series of brief but judicious articles, originally published in the Railway World, on topics relating to railway experience in the Ūnited States,rates, discrimination, construction, and such like.]

PATTEX (S. N.). The Development of English Thought. A Study in the Economic Interpretation of History. New York : Macmillan.

(The wellknown professor in the University of Pennsylvania proposes in this volume to follow English thought on economics and philosophy from Locke to the present century, with special regard to the interaction of social and economic condi. tions and of speculation and theory.)

SELIGMAN (E. R. A.). The Shifting and Incidence of Taxation. Second revised and enlarged edition. New York : Macmillan. 1899.

A second edition of the well-known monograph originally published in 1892 by the American Economic Association. “The whole work has been so completely revised that scarcely a single line will be found the same as in the first edition.")

VEBLEN (T. B.). The Theory of the Leisure Class. An Economic Study in the Evolution of Institutions. New York: Macmillan. 1899.

[Announced for publication in the early months of 1899. The author, professor in the University of Chicago, will consider the leisure class as an economic factor, with regard to the accumulation and consumption of wealth, and the direction given to social and economic activity.]

Woods (ROBERT A.). Editor. The City Wilderness. A Settlement Study by Residents and Associates of the South End House in Boston). Boston: Houghton, Mifflin and Co. 12mo. pp. 318. $1.50.

[A careful account of the mode of life in the “ South End," a large working class quarter in Boston, illustrated with maps. The whole is somewhat after the model of Mr. Booth's volumes. The editor is head of the South End Settlement.)

WYCKOFF (W. A.). The Workers : An Experiment in Reality, The West. New York : Scribners. 8vo. pp. 384. $1.50.

[Another volume detailiag the experiences of an economist living the life of the workers. The slums of Chicago, the anarchists, wheat farms, mines in the west, and cattle ranches are touched on.)

BURTON (F. G.). Commercial Management of Engineering Works. Scientific Publishing Co. 1899. Pp. 310. 12s. 6d.

CROKER (G. J. O'B.). Retrospective Lessons on Railway Strikes : United Kingdom. London: Simpkin. 8vo, pp. 212. 2s. 6d.

HOBSON (J. A.). John Ruskin, Social Reformer. London: Nesbit and Co. Boston: D. Estes and Co. 12mo, pp. 357. $1.50.

KROPOTKIN (P.). Fields, Factories, and Workshops. Hutchinson. 12s.

Piling (WILLIAM). Old Age Pensions. London: Chapman and Hall.

SARGENT (A. J.). Economic Policy of Colbert. London : Longmans, Green and Co. 1899.

USSHER (R.). Neo-Malthusianism. London: Gibbings. 8vo, pp. 328.

MENGER (ANTON). The Right to the whole Produce of Labour. Translated by M. E. Tanner, with a preface by Prof. H. S. Foxwell. London: Macmillan. 8vo.

Cossa (L.). Histoire des Doctrines Économiques (translated from the Italian, with preface by. A. Deschampes). Paris : Giard and Brière. Svo, pp. 574. 10 fr.

Dictionnaire du Commerce, de l'Industrie et de la Banque. Edited by Yves Guyot and A. Raffalovich. Paris : Guillaumin et Cie.

[Fifth instalment from Brevet d'Invention to Chanore.]

PAKETO (V.). La Liberté Économique et les Événements d'Italie. Lausanne: T Rouge. 8vo, pp. 126.

SAYOUS (ANDRÉ E.). Étude Économique et Juridique sur les Bourses Allemandes de Valeurs et de Commerce. Paris : Rousseau. 1898. Pp. 654. 12 fr. 50.

(A detailed account of the financial and agrarian difficulties in Germany wbich led to the legislation of 1896, with a history of the development of the German Exchanges and a full description of their present constitution. The author considera that the effect of the law of June 22, 1896, has been more harmful than advantageous, and believes that it must ultimately be repealed.)

AMBROZOVICS (Béla). Das Verhältniss zwischen Preis und Consumtion beziehentlich Production. Vienna : Spielhagen and Schurich, • 1898.

BIEDERMAXX (E.). Die Statistik der edlen Metalle . . , unter Anlehnung an die Soetbeer-chen - Materialen" fortgehrt bis ende 130 Berlin: W. Ernst u. Sohn, 450, pp. 51.

BÓDIKER (J.). Die Reichsversicherungsgesetzgebung. Leipzig. 1898.

BRENTANO (L.). Gesammelte Aussätze. 1 Band : Erbrechtspolitik, alte und neue Feudalität. Stuttgart : Cotta. 8vo, 14 m. [Announced].

LEWY (ALEXANDER). Zur Genesis der heutigen agrarischen Ideen in Preussen. Münchener Volkswirthschaftliche Studien. 27 Stuck. Stuttgart.

ROHRSCHEIDT (KURT). Vom Zunftzwange zur Gewerbefreiheit. Berlin. 1898.

SCHMOLLER (GUSTAV). Umrisse zur Verfassungs- und Wirthschaftsgeschichte im 17 und 18 Jahrhundt. Leipzig. 1898.

SCINKHOWITSCH (WLADIMIR GR.). Die Feldgemeinschaft in Russland. Jena : G. Fischer. 1898. Pp. 399.

WIEDFELDT (OTTO). Statistische Studien zur Entwicklungsgeschichte der Berliner Industrie von 1720-1890. Leipzig. 1898.

CONIGLIANI (C. A.). Gladstone e la finanza Inglese. Torino : Pp. 31.

FLORA (FREDERICO). Il nostro sistema Tributario. Torino : Roux Frassati. 1898. Pp. 40.

GRAZIADEI. La produzione capitalistica. Torino: Bocca. 1898.

[The author makes a brilliant endeavour to save the system of Marx by a slight modification.]

GRUPPALI. Saggi di Sociologia . . . Milano: Battistelli. 1899. [A defence of historic materialism.]

FERRARIS (C. F.). Teoria del di centramento amministrativo. Palermo: Saudron. 1899.

MASE-DARI. Sul Balancio dello Stato. Torino: Fratelli Bocca. 1899. Pp. 212.

SUPINO (CAMILLO). La domande di lavora e i disoccupati. Bocca. 1899. Pp. 19.

VITI DE MARCO (A. DE). Saggi di Economia e Finanza. Editi del Giornale degli Economisti Roma.

[Two essays on the economic theories of Antonio Serra and a contribution to the theory of public debt.]

VIDAURE Y ORUETA (D. CLEMENTE). Economía Politica. Bilbao: Casa de Misenconlie. 1898. Third edition.

[Substantially the same as former editions, but revised in form.]

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