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 lappuses

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English Industry on the Eve of the Revolution Arnold Toynbee
38
Geographical Discovery and the Revolution William Cunning ham
42
B THE NATURE AND SCOPE OF THE REVOLUTION 23 Technology and the Revolution
44
The Comprehensiveness of the Revolution J H Clapham
48
The Significance of the Revolution Grant Robertson
51
The WageSlaves Allan L Benson
56
THE NEW INDUSTRIALISM 28 The Function of Capital J Dorsey Forrest
57
The Factory System Carl Bücher
59
The Machine Process Thorstein B Veblen
60
The New Domestic System Herbert J Davenport
62
E THE EXTENSION OF INDUSTRIALISM 32 The Competitive Victory of Western Culture James Bryce
66
The Economic Conflict of Western and Primitive Culture Frieda S Miller
67
The Export of Speculative Capital and War Alvin S Johnson
70
Social Control in Modern Industrialism 4
74
A THE NATURE OF PROGRESS 35 What Is Progress? James Bryce
76
Evolution or Progress ? L T Hobhouse
77
The Criteria of Progress James Bryce
80
B THE CONTROL OF ECONOMIC ACTIVITY 38 The Agencies of Social Control Elizabeth Hughes
84
The Family as an Agency of Control
86
The State as an Institution of Social Control Edwin Cannan
88
THE STATEMENT OF THE LAISSEZFAIRE THEORY 41 The Fundamental Law of Nature William Blackstone
90
A Diatribe against Human Institutions J J Rousseau
91
A General Condemnation of Government William Godwin
93
The Identity of Individual and Social Good Piercy Ravenstone
94
A Protest against Useless Restrictions Jeremy Bentham
95
THE INTERPRETATION OF LAISSEZFAIRE 48 The Philosophy of Individualism Albert V Dicey
96
The Individualistic Theory of Government John Stuart Mill
98
The Authoritative Basis of LaissezFaire
103
The Unscientific Character of LaissezFaire J E Cairnes
105
E THE PROTEST AGAINST INDIVIDUALISM 52 The Tyranny of the Machine Joseph Harding Underwood
107
The Passing of the Frontier Thomas B Macaulay James Bryce and Peter Finley Dunne
109
F THE THEORY AND PROGRAM OF SOCIAL CONTROL 55 The Individualistic Basis of Social Control Thomas Hill Green
113
Social Reform and SelfReliance W Lyon Blease
115
LaissezFaire in Practice L T Hobhouse
118
G CONSERVATIVE FACTORS IN DEVELOPMENT OF SOCIAL CONTROL 59 Arrested Constitutional Development Myron T Watkins
123
The AntiPaternalism of the Government Missouri Supreme Court
124
Industrial Freedom and Prosperity James J Hill
125
Public Enemies Walt Mason
128
The Futility of Utopian Legislation Elihu Root
132
H THE BASIS OF NATIONAL EFFICIENCY 65 Individualism and American Efficiency Arthur Shadwell
135
German Socialized Efficiency Samuel P Orth
138
The Pecuniary Basis of Economic Organization Introduction
143
A PRICE AS AN ORGANIZING FORCE 67 The Social Order Edwin Cannan
144
Competition and Industrial Cooperation Richard Whately
146
High Wages an Obstacle to Manufacture Daniel Webster
155
The Ethics of Speculation Outlook
168
The Utility of Cotton Futures Alfred B Shepperson
171
The Function of Exchanges Charles A Conant
176
Corporate Distribution of Risk and Control W H Lyon
184
The Function of the Corporation J B Canning
191
B THE ECONOMIC CYCLE PAGE 100 The Periodicity of Commercial Crises J S Nicholson
208
The Rhythm of Business Activity Wesley C Mitchell
210
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
The Extent of the Depression of 19078 Moodys Magazine
239
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
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
Panic Rules for Banks Walter Bagehot
259
The Part of Individual Responsibility Theodore E Burton
260
Bettering Business Barometers Wesley C Mitchell
261
The Severity of the Trade Cycle in America W A Paton
265
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
B THE MECHANISM OF INTERNATIONAL TRADE 136 The Theory of International Exchange
275
The Progress of the Minimum Wage Florence Kelley
277
The Favorable Balance of Trade Thomas Mun and Charles W Fairbanks
278
The Reciprocal Character of International Trade Fred M
281
THE DEMAND FOR LOCAL PROTECTION 140 Keeping Trade at Home Various Sources
284
Remember Colorado Denver Times
286
The Seen and the Unseen Frederic Bastiat
287
THE PERENNIAL ARGUMENT FOR PROTECTION 143 Gold and Wealth Martin Luther
289
The Production of Prosperity Daniel Defoe
291
The Ten Commandments of National Commerce A German Circular
292
The Test of Faith Roswell A Benedict
293
The Universal Fruits of Free Trade Andrew Yarrington
294
E THE CASE FOR PROTECTION 149 Protection and Industrial Transformation Friedrich List
295
Americas Allegiance to Protection Albert J Leffingwell
296
Investigation and Tariff Legislation Henry C Emery
340
Introduction
346
The Economic Basis of Regulation I Leo Sharfman
355
178
357
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
Necessity for Valuation of Railway Property Interstate Com
380
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386
The Drift toward Government Ownership Frank Haigh Dixon
388
The Inexpediency of Government Ownership Samuel O Dunn
392
The Problem of Capitalistic Monopoly
395
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
Monopoly and Efficiency Louis D Brandeis
415
THE INFLUENCE OF MONOPOLY ON PRICE 207 The Law of Monopoly Price Henry Rogers Seager
418
The Limits of Monopoly Price John A Hobson
420
TYPES OF UNFAIR COMPETITION 209 Competitive Methods in the Tobacco Business Meyer Jacob stein
423
Competitive Methods in the Cash Register Business Henry Rogers Seager
424
The Tieing Agreement W H S Stevens
426
Monopoly Control of Cost Goods W H S Stevens
428
Law and the Forms of Combination Bruce Wyman
430
The Sherman AntiTrust Act United States Statutes
433
The Meaning of Restraint of Trade United States Supreme Court
434
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
The Problems of Population Introduction
449
A THE QUESTION OF NUMBERS 222 Utopia and the Serpent Thomas Huxley
451
Early Appraisals of Population An Early Historian an Early Poet Aristotle Sir William Temple Sir Josiah Child Daniel Defoe Sir James Steuart Arthur ...
452
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
The Falling BirthRate Edward Alsworth Ross
463
Immigration in a Single Year F A Ogg
471
E IMMIGRATION AND LABOR CONDITIONS
477
The Industrial Menace of the Immigrant Edward Alsworth Ross
484
A Protest against Immigration United Garment Workers
490
WantedAn Immigration Policy New Republic
496
The Influence of the Immigrant on America Walter E Weyl
503
An Appraisal of Unemployment Insurance William F Willoughby
533
The Incidence of Work Accidents E H Downey
540
E THE STANDARD OF LIVING
550
A Fair Living Wage Louise Boland More
557
le Rossignol and William Downie Stewart
574
Bourgeoisie and Proletariat Werner Sombart
581
The Sons of Martha Rudyard Kipling
594
The Economics of the Closed Shop Frank T Stockton
608
THE WEAPONS OF INDUSTRIAL CONFLICT
614
Ostracism as an Industrial Weapon Frank Julian Warne
620
Labor and Efficiency Frederick W Taylor
626
G UNIONISM AND THE ANTITRUST LAWS
630
Social Reform and Legal Institutions
647
B PRIVATE PROPERTY
658
MineProperty and Rights David M Parry
664
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
Multiple Taxation Theodore Sutro
708
The Massachusetts Corporation Tax Commissioner of Corpora
710
Public Capitalization of the Inheritance Tax Alvin S Johnson
717
Recent Forms of Railway Discrimination William Z Ripley
725
355
732
U S Steel and Labor Raynal C Bolling
739
361
745
The Economic Failure of Capitalism J Ramsey Macdonald
748
THE CASE FOR SOCIALISM 363 The Distinction between Socialism and Communism M Tugan Baranowsky
751
The Central Aim of Socialism Thomas Kirkup
752
Property and Industry under Socialism John Spargo
754
E SOCIALIST ARGUMENTS FOR THE MASSES 366 CapitalismA Vampire System George E Littlefield
757
My Papa Is a Socialist Harvey P Moyer
758
The Capitalists Ten Commandments W Willis Harris
759
A Confession of Faith Progressive Thought
760
F SOCIALIST PROGRAMS 370 The National Platform of the Socialist Party
761
Municipal and State Program Socialist Campaign Book
766
G THE CASE AGAINST SOCIALISM 372 The Transition to the Socialist State 0 D Skelton
769
Socialism and Inequality N G Pierson
770
Some Objections to Socialism William Graham
773
Socialism and the Factors of Production
774
H SOCIAL PANACEAS 376 Stable Money and the Future George H Shibley
777
The Way Out John Raymond Cummings
778
A New Earth L G Chiozza Money
780
A New Symbolism Alvin S Johnson
783
The Banquet of Life William Graham Sumner
785
Progress and Discontent Thomas Babington Macaulay
788
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