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Thu Oct 16 17:57:43 2014 UTClccn-n800011760.00Portrait of Edwin Cannan0.661.00Professor Cannan and contemporary monetary theory61618311Edwin_Cannann 80001176383891Cannan, EdwinCannan, Edwin 1861-1935キャナン, エドウィンlccn-n80032761Smith, Adam1723-1790lccn-n79147884Lerner, Max1902-1992auilccn-n50010493Stigler, George J.(George Joseph)1911-1991lccn-n50081042Great BritainParliamentHouse of CommonsSelect Committee on the High Price of Gold Bullionlccn-n85113134Dalton, Hugh DaltonBaron1887-1962edtlccn-n50069482Gregory, T. E.(Theodor Emanuel)1890-1970edtlccn-n84105506Teichgraeber, Richard F.viaf-284316952Apel, Hans Eberhardlccn-no2006029483Great BritainCoal Industry Commissionviaf-162759322Alfassa, MauricetrlCannan, Edwin1861-1935HistoryBiographySourcesCriticism, interpretation, etcConstitutionConference proceedingsEconomicsGreat BritainSmith, Adam,Classical school of economicsPolitical scienceWorkCurrency questionMoneyPoor lawsMunicipal financeWealthCannan, Edwin,GoldForeign exchangePricesWorld WarEconomic policyTaxationValueSaving and investmentFinance, PublicWealth--Moral and ethical aspectsDivision of laborCapitalCommercial policySocial sciencesPopulationUnemployedMcCulloch, J. R.--(John Ramsay),EnglandCoal tradeCoal minersGovernment ownershipLocal taxationDistribution (Economic theory)Production (Economic theory)Economics--PhilosophyEconomistsInternational economic relationsInflation (Finance)Mercantile systemPovertyNational incomeIncome distributionMines and mineral resources--Government ownershipIndividualismLabor productivityGold standardLiteratureJurisprudence186119351885188618881893189418961897189819021903190419081910191219141916191719181919192019211922192319241925192619271928192919301931193219331934193519361937193819401941194219451946194819501952195319551956195819611962196419651966196719681969197119741975197619791980198119841985198719891990199219931994199619971998199920002001200220032004200520072009201020112012201311635149964330HB161ocn000167332ocn003003483ocn003334096ocn000494090ocn006480775ocn003599251ocn005297108ocn003986357ocn000330036ocn006168271ocn440219664ocn866404920ocn249474527ocn7187926644139126ocn000167332book19040.56Smith, AdamAn inquiry into the nature and causes of the wealth of nationsHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcConference proceedingsSources"An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations (generally referred to by the short title The Wealth of Nations) is the masterpiece of the Scottish economist and moral philosopher Adam Smith. It was first published in 1776. It is an account of economics at the dawn of the Industrial Revolution, as well as a rhetorical piece written for the generally educated individual of the 18th century - advocating a free market economy as more productive and more beneficial to society. The book is often considered to have laid the basic groundwork for modern economic theory"--Wikipedia+-+8829794215109490ocn000167977book18930.70Cannan, EdwinA history of the theories of production & distribution in English political economy, from 1776 to 1848History78757ocn000325954book19290.66Cannan, EdwinA review of economic theoryHistory61470ocn005326954book19140.74Cannan, EdwinWealth; a brief explanation of the causes of economic welfare54221ocn044841660book19370.26Smith, AdamThe wealth of nationsHistoryConstitution"An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations (generally referred to by the short title The Wealth of Nations) is the masterpiece of the Scottish economist and moral philosopher Adam Smith. It was first published in 1776. It is an account of economics at the dawn of the Industrial Revolution, as well as a rhetorical piece written for the generally educated individual of the 18th century - advocating a free market economy as more productive and more beneficial to society. The book is often considered to have laid the basic groundwork for modern economic theory" -- from Wikipedia+-+418832421552830ocn060725353book18960.74Smith, AdamLectures on justice, police, revenue, and arms+-+790564269651488ocn004146613book19180.84Cannan, EdwinMoney : its connexion with rising and falling prices47531ocn060734913file18960.82Cannan, EdwinThe history of local rates in England in relation to the proper distribution of the burden of taxationHistory46111ocn000827380book19270.70Gregory, T. ELondon essays in economics: in honour of Edwin Cannan28121ocn001459866book19270.84Cannan, EdwinAn economist's protest27621ocn002039879book19190.84Great BritainThe paper pound of 1797-1821; a reprint of the bullion report24325ocn000020910book19190.74Great BritainThe paper pound of 1797-1821; the bullion report, 8th June 1810+-+856761962520316ocn297674841book18960.86Cannan, EdwinThe history of local rates in England five lecturesHistory17912ocn001635462book19310.82Cannan, EdwinModern currency and the regulation of its value17534ocn011787292book18880.79Cannan, EdwinElementary political economyHistory15822ocn004684715book19120.79Cannan, EdwinThe economic outlook12512ocn002011579book19330.86Cannan, EdwinEconomic scares5910ocn016305530book19190.82Cannan, EdwinCoal nationalisation; précis and evidence offered to the Coal Industry Commission5411ocn490086159book19100.82Cannan, EdwinHistoire des théories de la production et de la distribution dans l'économie politique anglaise de 1776 à 1848History4613ocn018650488book19580.39Smith, AdamInvestigación sobre la naturaleza y causas de la riqueza de las nacionesInvestig.sobre la naturaleza ... /Adam Smith. - v.2+-+7567516314602ocn008760310book19610.82Apel, Hans-EberhardEdwin Cannan und seine Schüler, die Neuliberalen an der London School of Economics161ocn040228783book19970.59Ebenstein, Alan OEdwin Cannan : liberal doyenBiography22ocn221093833book1.00Gregory, T. EProfessor Cannan and contemporary monetary theory11ocn057412944book20021.00Gaffney, MasonA Cannan hits the mark11ocn221080352art1.00Dalton, Hugh DaltonProfessor Cannan's general contribution11ocn225103834visu1930Portrait of Edwin CannanPortraits11ocn639642552book19271.00Gregory, T. ELondon essays in economics: in honour of Edwin Cannan, edited by T.E. Gregory and Hugh Dalton, with a foreword by Sir Willia m Beveridge+-+8829794215+-+8829794215Thu Oct 16 15:05:34 EDT 2014batch28642