Readings in Industrial Society: A Study in the Structure and Functioning of Modern Economic Organization

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Leon Carroll Marshall
University of Chicago Press, 1918 - 1082 стор.
 

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Description of a Manor B de B Gibbins
56
A Diagram of a Manor Henry AUsopp
58
The Cotters and Their Significance H O Meredith
62
The Industrial Organization of the Manor W J Ashley
63
Manorial Methods of Cultivation E Lipson
64
Characteristics of the Manorial Group W J Ashley
67
5 The Manor versus the Modern Village W J Ashley
69
Town Economy 26 The Rise of Towns W Cunningham and E A
71
The Significance of the Town Clive Day
72
The Agricultural Element in the Towns E Lipson
73
A History of the Gild Merchant Charles Gross
74
Ordinances of the Gild Merchant of Southampton University of Pennsylvania Reprints
76
The Gild Merchant and the Craft Gilds Charles Gross
79
PACE
80
A List of Craft Gilds in York 1415 University of Pennsylvania Reprints
81
V33 Characteristics of Craft Gild Economy W J Ashley
82
Ordinances of the White Tawyers of London A E Bland P A Brown and R H Tawney
85
Gild Merchant Regulations versus Craft Gild Regula tions H 0 Meredith
87
The Craft of the Mediaeval Craftsman L F Salzmann
88
Merits and Defects of the Craft Gild E Lipson
89
The Gilds and the Modern Trade Union E Lipson
91
An Indenture of Apprenticeship 1459 A E Bland P A Brown and R H Tawney
94
Trade and Commerce 41 The Merchant of the Early Middle Ages Clive Day
98
Fairs and Markets E Lipson
101
Grant of a Fair at St Ives 1202 A E Bland P A Brown and R H Tawney
105
Mediaeval Shops A Abram
107
Pedlars Merchants and Chapmen Jusserand
108
The Significance of Englands Foreign Trade W J Ashley
111
The Merchant Adventurers E Lipson
113
Mediaeval and Early Modern Business Associations Clive Day
115
Mediaeval Currency Clive Day
120
The Law Merchant E Lipson
122
Evils Resulting from a Lack of Commerce Clive Day
124
Mediaeval versus Modern Trade and Industry G T Warner 124 E Social Control of Industrial Activity 57 The Power of the Church as an Agency of ...
126
The Church and Business Activity W J Ashley
127
Fair Dealing and Fair Price W Cunningham
132
Control by Public Authorities A W J Ashley
136
B H 0 Meredith
140
Assize of Measures 1197 A E Bland P A Brown and R H Tawney
142
The Coming in of Capitalism A Problems at Issue
144
B General Survey 63 The Social History of Capitalism Henri Pirenne
154
Hindrances to the Development of Capitalism W Cun ningham
163
The Capitalistic Spirit Werner Sombart
164
Calculation and Capitalism Werner Sombart
166
The State and Capitalism Werner Sombart
168
Consequences of the Intervention of Capital W Cun ningham
171
Capitalism and the Woolen Industry
174
A Diagram of Stages of Development
175
A Sketch of the Woolen Industry W J Ashley
176
Commercial Organization in the Woolen Industry R B Westerfield
180
Loss of Control by the Gilds W Cunningham
187
Some Agricultural Changes in Relation to the Woolen
189
Some Examples of Differentiation of Function
198
Scott
205
E The Industrial Revolution the Current Phase of Capitalism 82 The Changes Wrought by the Revolution L L Price 213 83 The Causes and the Achie...
217
Individual Exchange Cooperation
227
Exchange in Our Society
242
Some Phases of Market Structure 94 The Market
251
The Framework of a Market E G Nourse 252 96 Types of Market Distribution for Ordinary Goods A A W Shaw
254
B P H Nystrom
257
K McElheny Jr
259
Produce Exchanges 5 5 Huebner
260
The Cotton Exchange of New Orleans The Industrial Commission
265
Stock Exchanges F M Taylor
266
The Individual and the Gain Spirit Edwin Cannan 267 102 Competition Places the Individual C H Cooley
268
Human Motives in Economic Life C H Parker
270
Some Shortcomings of Selfinterest Henry Sidgunck
277
F The Apportionment of Productive Energy 105 Productive Energy and Its Apportionment
280
The Formation Maintenance and Apportionment of Capital Goods
284
Costs of Progress J A Hobson
287
Conditions of Progress J A Hobson
289
Some Technological Aspects of Apportionment F
290
Mobility and the Apportionment of Productive Energy x H B Reed
294
The Mobility of Capital and Labor William Smart
296
What Mobility Really Involves A E Cairnes
298
B J A Hobson
299
MONEY ECONOMY AND FINANCIAL ORGANIZATION A Problems at Issue
304
B Money Economy 113 A Pecuniary Society H J Davenport
311
The Shortcomings of Barter W S Jevons
313
The Exchange Functions of Money W S Jevons
315
The R6le of Money in Economic Organization W H Hamilton
316
Money and Capital Accumulation W H Hamilton
319
Qualities of a Satisfactory MoneyMetal W S Jevons
320
A Typical Monetary System F M Taylor
323
Credit and Credit Instruments 120 Credit and Its Functions A H G Moulton
324
B J S Nicholson
325
The Basis of Credit H G Mouiton 327
327
The Development of Formal Credit Sidney Sherwood
328
The Various Kinds of Credit H G Moulton
330
Types of Commercial Credit Instruments H G Moulton
334
The Increasing Use of Commercial Credit Instruments David Kinley
338
Types of Investment Credit Instruments Bonds F A Cleveland
341
Types of Investment Credit Instruments Stocks Thomas Conyngton
343
Some Financial Institutions 128 Various Services of Banks J W Gilbart
346
A Classification of Banks and Types of Banking Operations H G Moulton
349
Investment Banking W A Scott
350
The Services of Bond Houses Lawrence Chamberlain
351
Trust Companies H G Moulton
353
The Functions of the Stock Exchange C A Cono nl
354
A Favorable View of Wall Street 5 5 Pratt
355
Life Insurance Companies as Investment Institutions A S Johnson
357
Types of Business Organization L S Lyon
358
The Importance of the Corporation W I King
365
Classes of Corporations Thomas Conyngton
366
E Some Defects of the Pecuniary Order 139 Faulty Direction of Economic Activity W C Mitchell
368
Production for Profit John Spargo
370
SPECIALIZATION AND INTERDEPENDENCE
373
B Some Forms of Specialization 141 Specialization and Cooperation F M Taylor
377
Specialization in Capital A E Outerbridge Jr
380
Labor Specialization in Meat Packing J R Commons
381
Specialization in Management F W Taylor
382
Woman in Industry C E Persons
385
Geographical Specialization E A Ross
386
International Specialization and Free Trade F M
391
An Estimate of the Value and Limits of Specialization
394
The Limits of Specialization
400
The Importance of Added Business in Machine Indus try A M Wellington
456
Simple versus Complex Industry
458
Complex Industry Is Difficult to Regulate E D
463
Can We Control the Genie? J B Clark
466
The Brute W V Moody
467
Risks and Risk Bearing A Problems at Issue
470
B The Meaning of Speculation 178 Speculation W C Van Antwerp
474
Commercial Speculation A T Hadley
475
Industrial Speculation A T Hadley
479
Risks of Modern Industrial Society 181 Classes of Risk John Haynes
480
Influences That Disturb the Static Equilibrium J B Clark
482
Classification of Price Influences Irving Fisher
483
Chance G H Palmer
485
The Delicate Mechanism of Industry Thorstein Veblen
487
Seasonal Fluctuations 5 Poyntz
489
Business Cycles W H Hamilton
492
Labor Disturbances U S Commissioner of Labor
495
Business Failures A Quarterly Journal of Economics
496
B Bradstreets
497
Risk Bearing in Modern Industrial Society 190 Avoidance of Risk Irving Fisher
498
Some Functions and Effects of Insurance John Haynes
499
Speculative Contracts
501
A Form of Speculative Contract A F M Taylor
502
S Huebner
504
THE WAGE SYSTEM AND THE WORKER
520
Unemployment
536
B U S Bureau of Labor Statistics
546
Frankfurter and Josephine Goldmark
556
Child Labor E S Bogardus
558
E The Danger of Economic Insufficiency 220 Supply and Demand in the Case of Labor Alfred Marshall
560
Craft Skill and the Competitive Struggle International Holders Journal
562
The Lot of the Workingman John Spargo
564
The Share of Wages A M Rubinow 565
565
B W I King
567
F Insecurity through Inadequate Social Control 224 An Outgrown Legal Philosophy W F Dodd
569
Difficulties of Contract in Labor P U Kellogg 570 226 Freedom of Contract and Labor John Dewey and J H Tufts
573
Some CommonLaw Doctrines Crystal Eastman
574
G Some Structures Designed to Meet the Difficulties 228 A Program of Reform
577
The Organization of the Labor Market B Andrews
578
Social Insurance W F Wittoughby
588
A Survey of Workingmens Insurance in the United States C R Henderson
589
Some Aspects of the Minimum Wage H A Millis 592 233 The Socialization of Law Roscoe Pound
594
Reform with Respect to Employers Liability G L
597
Labor Legislation in One State Russell Sage Founda tion
599
Other Forms of Community Control Russell Sage Foundation
600
Control of Population W I King
601
Restriction of Immigration The Immigration Com mission
603
The Winning of Industrial Success L Laughlin
604
Productive Cooperation F A Walker
606
Distributive Cooperation F A Walker
608
Democracy in Industry A W Small
609
The TradeUnion Program A C H Cooley
611
B Sidney and Beatrice Webb
613
The Plan of the Socialist William Graham
614
Syndicalism V S Yarros
616
The Mechanical and Psychological Methods of Defi
617
ClassConsciousness in America
624
Concentration
633
The Decline of the Handicrafts Carl Bilcher
640
The Modern Industrial and Commercial City
668
Concentration of Wealth and Income
682
Property Conditions of the Various Classes
695
A R H Tawney
705
Control by a Dominating Spirit W C Mitchell
714
Forms of Control over a Corporation
727
Other Instruments of Concentration 284 Forms of Combination L H Haney
730
A Classification of Agreements L H Haney
731
The Original Trust The Industrial Commission
732
B The Industrial Commission
736
Patents U S Bureau of Corporations
737
The Dinner Party Court Record
738
Trade Associations U S Bureau of Corporations 739 291 Some Methods of Consolidation among Railroads The Industrial Commission
741
Unfair Methods of Competition I 5 Bureau of Cor poraIions
743
The Trust
746
Forces Making for Combination L H Haney
748
Concentration among the Railroads 1906 The Inter state Commerce Commission
751
Control of Money and Credit An Accusation
752
Pujo Committee
756
Some Advantages of Concentration A The Industrial Commission
760
B N Y Joint Committee on Trusts
761
The Good BigBusiness T N Carver
762
E Remedial Action 300 Control through Ethical Development A T Hadley
765
Proposed Corporation Reform Samuel Unlermyer
767
The Limited Voting Device The Pujo Committee
770
Cumulative Voting a Check on Concentration W H Lough
771
The Seven Sisters of New Jersey 1913 N J Statutes
774
The Sherman AntiTrust Act 1890 U S Statutes
777
Provisions of the Federal Trade Commission Act 1914
778
Provisions of the Clayton AntiTrust Act 1914
779
Impersonal Relations A Problems at Issue
782
B Some Manifestations of Impersonality 309 Impersonality in Modern Life L M Powell
786
The Impersonality of the Market
795
Impersonal Devices to Meet Impersonal Conditions
802
The Individual Guidance oe Economic Activity
824
A Sidney and Beatrice Webb
833
Entrepreneurship
847
The Financier
862
E Science in Management
870
Competition
885
Competition as an Organizing Agency
903
A The Industrial Commission
909
Competition and Fair Price A T Hadley
920
Has Competition Retarded Industrial Progress?
926
Competition Depends on No One Motive C
938
Private Property
947
A E R A Scligman
959
An Indictment of Property
968
The Position of Property
973
Ely
980
SOCIAL CONTROL
989
A James Bonar
1026
The Stronghold of LaissezFaire in the United States
1034
A H C Adams
1050
The Old Order Changeth
1057
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