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Economic essays, contributed in honor of John Bates Clark.

Author: John Bates Clark; Jacob H Hollander; American Economic Association.
Publisher: Freeport, N.Y., Books for Libraries Press [1967]
Series: Essay index reprint series.
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Economic essays.
Freeport, N.Y., Books for Libraries Press [1967]
(OCoLC)747307363
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Bates Clark; Jacob H Hollander; American Economic Association.
OCLC Number: 167412
Notes: "First published 1927."
The farmers' indemnity, by A.S. Johnson.--Eight-hour theory in the American Federation of Labor, by H.R. Mussey.--The holding movement in agriculture, by J.E. Pope.--The early teaching of economics in the United States, by E.R.A. Seligman.--A functional theory of economic profit, by C.A. Tuttle.--"Bibliography of the writings of John Bates Clark" (p. 339-351).
Credits: Published on behalf of the American Economic Association.
Description: vii, 368 pages illustrations, portrait 22 cm.
Contents: John Bates Clark as an economist, by J.H. Hollander.--Static economics and business forecasting, by B.M. Anderson, Jr.--The entrepreneur and the supply of capital by G.E. Barnett.--The Malthusiad: fantasia economica, by J. Bonar.--The static state and the technology of economic reform, by T.N. Carver.--The relation between statics and dynamics, by J.M. Clark.--Elasticity of supply as a determinant of distribution, by P.H. Douglas.--Land economics, by R.T. Ely.--Clark's reformulation of the capital concept, by F.A. Fetter.--A statistical method for measuring "marginal utility" and testing the justice of a progressive income tax, by I. Fisher.--Alternatives seen as basic economic facts, by F.H. Giddings.--Les coopératives dans les pays latins: un problème de géographie sociale, by C. Gide.
Series Title: Essay index reprint series.
Responsibility: Edited by Jacob H. Hollander. Published on behalf of the American Economic Association.

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