Current Economic Problems: A Series of Readings in the Control of Industrial Development

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Walton Hale Hamilton
University of Chicago Press, 1916 - 789 стор.

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The Unscientific Character of LaissezFaire J E Cairnes
51
The Economic Conflict of Western and Primitive Culture
67
E THE PROTEST AGAINST INDIVIDUALISM
107
The Individualistic Basis of Social Control Thomas Hill Green
113
A Program of Social Reform Woodrow Wilson
120
The AntiPaternalism of the Government Missouri Supreme
128
Panic Rules for Banks Walter Bagehot
129
The Part of Individual Responsibility Theodore E Burton
130
Bettering Business Barometers Wesley C Mitchell
131
The Severity of the Trade Cycle in America W A Paton
132
The Futility of Utopian Legislation Elihu Root
135
German Socialized Efficiency Samuel P Orth
138
The Social Order Edwin Cannan
144
Economic Activity as a Struggle for Existence Arthur Fairbanks
148
State Determination of the Plane of Competitive Action Henry C
154
A Condemnation of Forestallers Statutes of the Realm
161
The Ethics of Speculation Outlook
168
The Utility of Cotton Futures Alfred B Shepperson
170
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The Function of Exchanges Charles A Conant
176
Problems of the Business Cycle
195
B THE ECONOMIC CYCLE 100 The Periodicity of Commercial Crises J S Nicholson
208
The Rhythm of Business Activity Wesley C Mitchell
210
THE ANTECEDENTS OF CRISES
215
103 The Irrepressible Crisis W H Lough Jr
218
Industrial Conditions Preceding the Panic Moodys Magazine
221
The Arrested Crisis of 1907 Edwin R A Seligman
223
THE COURSE OF A CRISIS 106 The Course of the Panic of 1893 Alexander D Noyes
225
The Course of the Panic of 1907 Ralph Scott Harris
228
The Order of Events in a Crisis Arthur T Hadley
230
E FINANCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL CONDITIONS DURING A Crisis 109 A Week of Financial History Commercial and Financial Chronicle
232
General Industrial Conditions in a Crisis Bradstreets
233
The Premium on Currency in 1893 Commercial and Financial Chronicle
235
Estimate of Money Hoarded in 1907 Moodys Magazine
236
Shipment of Currency to the Interior Commercial and Financial Chronicle
237
F INDUSTRIAL CONDITIONS DURING A DEPRESSION 116 Panics versus Depressions George H Hull
238
G TYPICAL THEORIES OF CRISES 118 The Fruits of the Exploitation of Labor Frank K Foster
240
The Impossibility of OverProduction John Stuart Mill
242
SunSpots and Crises W Stanley Jevons ey Jevons
243
The NeoJevonian Theory Alvin S Johnson
245
Capitalization and Crises Frank A Fetter
246
The Lagging Adjustment of Interest Irving Fisher
247
H CREDIT AND CRISES 124 Inelasticity of Credit under the National Banking System Harold G Moulton
249
How a Panic Was Averted in 1914 Journal of Political Economy
251
Provisions for Elasticity in the New Currency Act L M
253
Emergency Elasticity of Credit Harold G Moulton
255
Emergency Elasticity of Note Issue Fred M Taylor
257
Problems of International Trade Introduction
268
A THE BASIS OF INTERNATIONAL TRADE 133 International Cooperation Charles Gide
270
The Law of Comparative Costs Fred M Taylor
271
The Theory of Free Trade
273
The Progress of the Minimum Wage Florence Kelley
277
277 138 The Mystery of the Balance of Trade Hartley Withers
278
The Reciprocal Character of International Trade Fred M
281
THE DEMAND FOR LOCAL PROTECTION
284
Keeping Trade at Home Various Sources 141 Remember Colorado Denver Times 142 The Seen and the Unseen Frederic Bastiat
286
THE PERENNIAL ARGUMENT FOR PROTECTION 143 Gold and Wealth Martin Luther 144 What the State Owes to Industry George B Curtiss i
289
E THE CASE FOR PROTECTION
295
Protection and Industrial Transformation Friedrich List 150 Americas Allegiance to Protection Albert J Leffingwell 151 Present Validity of the Youn...
298
The Efficacy of Secret Service William J Burns Detective
301
Protection and the Formation of Capital Alvin S Johnson 153 The Economics of Protection
304
Protection and the National Defense
307
Protection and Prosperity Robert Ellis Thompson
323
The Impossibility of Ascertaining Costs H Parker Willis
342
Marxs Theory of the Development of Capitalism Werner
361
Complaints against the Railroad System The Cullom Committee
364
ASPECTS OF RATEMAKING
370
Charging What the Traffic Will Bear W M Ackworth
378
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377
The RailwayValue of Land United States Supreme Court
386
The Inexpediency of Government Ownership Samuel O Dunn
392
The Perennial Protest against Monopoly
400
Monopoly the Result of Natural Growth George Gunton
401
Monopoly the Result of Artificial Conditions Woodrow Wilson
403
B CONDITIONS OF MONOPOLIZATION 203 The Failure of Competition Henry W Macrosty
405
The Incentives to Monopoly Chester W Wright
408
LargeScale Production and Monopoly Charles J Bullock
410
The Meaning of Restraint of Trade United States Supreme Court
434
The Meaning of Restraint of Trade United States Supreme Court 216 Dissolution of the Standard Oil Company H C Folger Jr
435
The Result of the Dissolutions Arthur Jerome Eddy
436
An Appraisal of the Sherman Act Allyn A Young
437
Provisions of the Clayton Act W H S Stevens
441
The Trade Commission and Clayton Acts W H S Stevens
442
Ultimate Results of Regulating Combinations E Dana Durand
443
Introduction
449
A THE QUESTION OF NUMBERS 222 Utopia and the Serpent Thomas Huxley
451
B THE MALTHUSIAN THEORY 224 The Social Crisis at the Time of Malthus Francesco S Nitti
455
The Theory of Population Thomas Robert Malthus
457
Malthusianism a Support of Capitalism Piercy Ravenstone
460
Malthus versus the Malthusians Leonard T Hobhouse
462
American Appraisals of Immigration
472
The Industrial Menace of the Immigrant Edward Alsworth Ross
484
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G IMMIGRATION AND OUR FUTURE
499
H THE QUALITY OF POPULATION
506
The Problems of Economic Insecurity
515
B UNEMPLOYMENT
524
INDUSTRIAL ACCIDENT
534
Mediaeval Tricks of Trade Berthold von Regensburg
538
The Incidence of Work Accidents E H Downey
540
The British National Insurance Bill Warren S Thompson
546
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The Gospel of Stewardship Thomas Aquinas
558
The Futility of the Minimum Wage J Laurence Laughlin
564
WageSettlement by External Authority S J Chapman
567
A Minimum Wage for Immigrants Paul U Kellogg
569
G COMPULSORY ARBITRATION AND WAGES 281 Arbitration in New Zealand Hugh H Lusk
571
Compulsory Arbitration in Theory and Practice James Edward le Rossignol and William Downie Stewart
574
The Problems of Trade Unionism Introduction
577
A GROUP AND CLASS CONSCIOUSNESS 283 Bourgeoisie and Proletariat Werner Sombart
579
The Historical Basis of Trade Unionism Sidney and Beatrice Webb
581
The Organization of the Illpaid Classes Charles H Cooley
582
Types of Unionism Robert F Hoxie
584
B THE VIEWPOINTS OF LABORER AND CAPITALIST 287 The Sons of Martha Rudyard Kipling
588
The Viewpoint of the Trade Unionists Robert F Hoxie
590
Articles of Faith
594
b A Political Creed National Association of Manufacturers
595
CHARACTER AND PURPOSES OF TRADE UNIONS 290 The Undemocratic Character of Trade Unions Charles W Eliot
596
An Employers View of Trade Unions Andrew Carnegie
599
The Purposes of Trade Unionism John Mitchell
600
THE THEORY OF UNIONISM 293 The Principle of Uniformity Robert F Hoxie
602
Collective Bargaining and the Trade Agreement John R Commons
605
The Economics of the Closed Shop Frank T Stockton
608
The Ethics of the Closed Shop James H Tufts
613
E THE WEAPONS OF INDUSTRIAL CONFLICT 297 The Function of the Strike in Collective Bargaining John Mitchell
614
The Utility of the Strike Frank Julian Warne
615
The Striker and the Worker Solon Lauer
617
WantedJobs Breaking Strikes Joy Detective Agency
618
Ostracism as an Industrial Weapon Frank Julian Warne
620
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The Nature of Scientific Management Maurice L Cooke
626
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628
G UNIONISM AND THE ANTITRUST Laws
630
H REVOLUTIONARY UNIONISM
637
Social Reform and Legal Institutions
647
Law and Social Statics Oliver W Holmes
654
Property and Stewardship Saint Basil
660
My Apology P Property
666
INDUSTRIAL LIBERTY
669
Contractual RightsLegal and Real Thorstein B Veblen
676
The Danbury Hatters Case Harry W Laidler
682
Social Reform and Taxation
690
B THE THEORY OF TAXATION
696
The Burden of the Tariff Tax Liberal Party Pamphlet
702
The Federal Income Tax Edwin R A Seligman
713
F THE SINGLE
720
A Criticism of the Single Tax Charles J Bullock
726
Progress and Poverty
732
The Economic Failure of Capitalism J Ramsey Macdonald
745
THE CASE FOR SOCIALISM
751
E SOCIALIST ARGUMENTS FOR THE MASSES
757
H SOCIAL PANACEAS
777
ECONOMICS AND THE FUTURE OF SOCIETY
783
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