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The British Economic ASSOCIATION was founded at a meeting held at University College, London, on November 20th, 1890, the Right Hon. G. J. Goschen, M.P., being in the Chair. The object of the Association is the advancement of economic knowledge by the issue of a Journal and other printed publications, and by such other means as the Association may from time to time agree to adopt.
The Journal is intended to represent all shades of economic opinion, and to be the organ, not of one school of economists, but of all schools; and it is thought that this end is best attained by the issue of a periodical publication under the authority of an Economic Association.
The Association, which includes about 700 members, has now published eight volumes of the Economic Journal. It has also presented its members with a fac-simile of the rare Tableau Economique of Quesnay, of which a few copies remain in the hands of Messrs. Macmillan & Co., Ltd., in London, and of Messrs. Guillaumin, 14, Rue de Richelieu, Paris, price 28. 6d. pet. Other publications are in contemplation.
The Annual Subscription is a Guinea (26) francs). There is at present no entrance fee. Any member may at any time compound for his future yearly payments by paying at once the sum of Ten Guineas (265 francs). American Members may pay their Subscriptions by sending 5 Dollars (Life Subscriptions 50 Dollars) to Prof. F. W. Taussig, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass.the United States correspondent of the Association.
The current numbers of the quarterly Journal, published in March, June, September, and December, by Messrs. Macmillan & Co., Ltd., are sent to members free of charge. There is a limited supply of the back numbers which are to be obtained on application to the Secretary. The net price is 58. each copy, or one guinea for the annual volume bound. Cloth cases for binding, gilt lettered, may be obtained from Messrs. Macmillan & Co., Ltd., price 18. 6d. each.
Remittances should be addressed to the Treasurer, A. S. Harvey, Esq., 66 Lombard St., E.C.
Applications for membership should be addressed to the SECRETARY, British Economic Association, 9 Adelyhi Terrace, London, W.C.
Editorial Communications should be addressed to Prof. F. Y. EDGEWORTH. All Souls' College, Oxford.
BRITISH ECONOMIC ASSOCIATION.
The Right Hon. G. J. GOSCHEN, M.P., F.R.S., President.
Prof. 0. V. MULLER for BOMBAY
Prof. H. B. GREVEN for HOLLAND (Elphinstone College, Bombay).
(Universitet, Leiden). Prof. J. MAVOR CANADA
His Excy. ALEXANDER
(University of Toronto). von MATLEKOVITZ HUNGARY Mr. F. C. HARRISON ,, MADRAS
(12, Tabakgasse, Budapest). (The Fort, Madras). Prof. A. LORIA
ITALY Mr. A. DUCKWORTH New South WALES
(University, Padua). (57, Pitt Street, Sydney), Mr. JiuchI SOYEDA JAPAN
(The Treasury, Tokio).
Monsieur E. CASTELOT PARIS Dr. STEPHAN BAUER ,, AUSTRIA.
(3, Place St. François Xavier). (Handelskammer, Brunn, Austria). Prof. JANSCHUL
RUSSIA Prof. E. MAHAIM BELGIUM
(University, Moscow). (Université, Liège). Prof. A. ONCKEX
SWITZERLAND Prof. CHARLES GIDE FRANCE
(Universite, Berne). (Université, Montpellier). RESHID BEY
TURKEY Prof. Gustav COHN GERMANY
(Turkish Embassy, Rome). (Universität, Göttingen). Prof, F, W. TAUSSIG UNITED STATES
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