Capital, Interest, and Rent: Essays in the Theory of Distribution

Fetter, Frank A.
(1863-1949)
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Murray N. Rothbard, ed.
First Pub. Date
1897
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Kansas City: Sheed Andrews and McMeel, Inc.
Pub. Date
1977
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Collected essays, 1897-1937. First published as a collection in 1977.
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BIBLIOGRAPHY OF FRANK ALBERT FETTER

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Adapted from the bibliography of Fetter's works in Rev. John A. Coughlan, "The Contributions of Frank Albert Fetter, (1863-1949) to the Development of Economic Theory." Ph.D. dissertation, Catholic University, 1965, pp. 256-69.

BOOKS

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Fetter, Frank A. Versuch einer Bevolkerungslehre ausgehend von einer Kritik des Malthus'schen Bevolkerungsprincips. Jena: Gustav Fischer, 1894.

—. The Principles of Economics. New York: The Century Co., 1904. (2d ed., 1910, 3d ed. revised, 1911.)

—. Source Book in Economics. New York: The Century Co., 1912.

—. Economics. Vol. 1: Economic Principles. New York: The Century Co., 1915.

—. Manual of References and Exercises in Economics for Use with Volume 1: Economic Principles. New York: The Century Co., 1916.

—. Economics. Vol. 2: Modern Economic Problems. New York: The Century Co., 1916. (2d ed. revised, 1922.)

—. Manual of References and Exercises in Economics for Use with Volume 2: Modern Economic Problems. New York: The Century Co., 1917.

—. The Masquerade of Monopoly. New York: Harcourt, Brace and Co., 1931.

TESTIMONY

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Fetter, Frank A. "Testimony on basing-point pricing before the Federal Trade Commission on December 11, 1923."

—. United States of America before The Federal Trade Commission. Docket 760: Federal Trade Commission vs. United States Steel Corporation et al, Volume 2, pp 175-77; 191-217, 779-811.

—. "Testimony on monopolistic practices given before the Temporary National Economic Committee on February 28, March 7, and March 8, 1939."

U.S. Congress, [Joint] Temporary National Economic Committee, Hearings on the Investigation of Concentration of Economic Power. 76th Cong., 1st Sess., 1939.

Part 5, pp. 1657-80, 1903-46, 1952-82. Verbatim Record of the Proceedings of the Temporary National Economic Committee. Washington, D. C.: The Bureau of National Affairs, Inc., 1939.

Vol. 2, pp. 205-14, 325-35, and 353-64.

—. "The Fundamental Principle of Efficiency in Mass Production," United States Temporary National Economic Committee Hearings, Monograph no. 13 (1941), pp. 398-415.

ADDRESSES

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Fetter, Frank A. "The Fundamental Conceptions and Methods of Economics," International Congress of Arts and Sciences, Saint Louis, 1904. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin and Co., 1906. Vol. 13, pp. 7-20.

—. "Population or Prosperity" (Annual Address of the President of the American Economic Association). American Economic Review, supplement, 3 (March, 1913), 5-19.

—. "The Land of Opportunity—Commencement Day Address," Swarthmore College Bulletin, June, 1913, pp. 11-23.

—. "The New Era of Social Work—President's Address," New Jersey Conference of Charities and Correction Proceedings, June, 1919, pp. 11-21.

—. "The Larger Vision of Social Welfare—President's Address," New Jersey Conference for Social Welfare Proceedings, November, 1919, pp. 109-15.

—. "A Word of Welcome—Address at Opening Exercises," National Conference of Social Work Proceedings, 1919, p. 779.

—. "The Economists and the Public" (Address delivered at the University of Wisconsin on the occasion of the unveiling of Dr. Richard T. Ely's portrait). American Economic Review, 15 (March, 1925), 13-26.

—. "Tribute to Professor John Bates Clark at Dinner in His Honor," American Economic Review, supplement, 17 (June, 1927), 11-13.

—. "Education as a Productive Process—Founders Day Address," Occidental College Bulletin, March, 1931, pp. 5-11.

—. "Drift or Mastery—Commencement Day Address, June 11, 1934," Indiana University Alumni Quarterly, 21 (July, 1934), 267-75.

—. "Democracy and Monopoly" (Lecture given on Stafford Little Lectureship at Princeton University, August 1, 1939). Princeton University Press, 1939.

—. "The Early History of Political Economy in the United States," American Philosophical Society Proceedings, 87 (July 14, 1943), 51-60.

REVIEW ARTICLES

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Fetter, Frank A. Review of The Nature of Capital and Income, by Irving Fisher, Journal of Political Economy, 15 (March, 1907), 129-48.

—. Review of The Economics of Enterprise, by Herbert J. Davenport, Journal of Political Economy, 22 (June, 1914), 550-65.

—. Review of Decline of Competition, by Arthur Robert Burns, Journal of Political Economy, 45 (February, 1937), 95-110.

—. Review of The Iron and Steel Industry in South Africa, by C. S. Richards, South African Journal of Economics, 9 (September, 1941), 235-50.

ARTICLES

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Fetter, Frank A. "History of the City of Peru," History of Miami County (Indiana). Chicago: Brent and Fuller, 1887, pp. 362-92.

—. "Our University—Prize Essay," Indiana Student, June, 1890.

—. "Theories of Value in Their Application to the Question of the Standard of Deferred Payments," American Economic Association Publications, supplement, 10 (March, 1895), 101-103.

—. "The Exploitation of Theories of Value in the Discussion of the Standard of Deferred Payments," Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 5 (May, 1895), 882-96.

—. "Do We Want an Elastic Currency?—Discussion," Economic Studies, supplement, 1 (April, 1896), 105-106.

—. "The Gold Reserve: Its Function and Its Maintenance," Political Science Quarterly, 11 (June, 1896), 237-47.

—. "The Improvement of Our System of Township Poor Relief" (Report of the committee on public relief of the poor in Indiana, Frank A. Fetter, Chairman). Indiana State Board of Charities Bulletin, June, 1898, pp. 67-74.

—. "The Essay on Malthus: A Centennial Review," Yale Review, 7 (August, 1898), 153-67.

—. "Social Progress and Race Degeneration," The Forum, 28 (October, 1899), 228-38.

—. "Politics in Charitable and Correctional Institutions on the Pacific Coast," National Conference of Charities and Corrections Proceedings, 1899, pp. 242-54.

—. "Recent Discussion of the Capital Concept," Quarterly Journal of Economics, 15 (November, 1900), 1-45.

—. "The Next Decade of Economic Theory," American Economic Association Publications, 3d series, 2 (February, 1901), 236-46.

—. "The Passing of the Old Rent Concept," Quarterly Journal of Economics, 15 (May, 1901), 416-55.

—. "The Subsidizing of Private Charities," American Journal of Sociology, 7 (November, 1901), 359-85.

—. "Subsidies—by the Committee on the Division of Work between Public and Private Charities, Frank A. Fetter, Chairman," National Conference of Charities and Corrections Proceedings, 1901, pp. 118-31.

—. Maps, diagrams, data, and statistical tables on housing conditions in Chicago, Tenement Conditions in Chicago (Report by the investigating committee of the City Homes Association). Chicago, 1901.

—. "The 'Roundabout Process' in the Interest Theory," Quarterly Journal of Economics, 17 (November, 1902), 163-80.

—. "Review of Legislation on Taxation in 1902," Legislation Bulletin, no. 19, New York State Library, Albany (May, 1903), pp. 785-94.

—. "The Relations between Rent and Interest," American Economic Association Publications, 3d series, 5 (February, 1904), 176-98, 227-40.

—. "Review of Legislation on Taxation in 1903," Legislation Bulletin, no. 22, New York State Library, Albany (October, 1904), pp. h12-h26.

—. "Report of the Committee on Politics in Penal and Charitable Institutions, Frank A. Fetter, Chairman," New York State Conference on Charities and Correction Proceedings, 1904, pp. 212-19.

—. "Review of Legislation on Taxation in 1904," Legislation Bulletin, no. 25, New York Library Association, Albany (October, 1905), pp. h1-h5.

—. "Changes in the Tax Laws of New York State in 1905," Quarterly Journal of Economics, 20 (November, 1905), 151-56.

—. "Thoughts on Cornell Democracy," Cornell Era, 38 (December, 1905), 74-79.

—. "Present State of the Theory of Distribution—Discussion," American Economic Association Publications, 3d series, 7 (February, 1906), 52-57.

—. "Change in Mortgage Taxation in New York in 1906," Quarterly Journal of Economics, 20 (August, 1906), 613-16.

—. "Review of Legislation on Taxation in 1905," Legislation Bulletin, no. 29, New York State Library, Albany (October, 1906), pp. 176-87.

—. "Review of State Finance in 1905," Legislation Bulletin, no. 29, New York State Library, Albany (October, 1906), pp. 171-75.

—. "The Need of Industrial Insurance," National Conference of Charities and Correction Proceedings, 1906, pp. 464-70.

—. "The German Imperial Inheritance Tax," Quarterly Journal of Economics, 21 (February, 1907), 332-34.

—. "Western Civilization and Birth Rate—Discussion," American Economic Association Publications, 3d series, 8 (February, 1907), 90-93.

      American Journal of Sociology, 12 (March, 1907), 617-19.

—. "Review of Legislation on Taxation in 1906," Legislation Bulletin, no. 33, New York State Library, Albany (August, 1907), pp. 143-48.

—. "Review of State Finance in 1906," Legislation Bulletin, no. 33, New York State Library, Albany (August, 1907), pp. 151-52.

—. "Bibliography of Economic Science," Bibliographical Society of America Papers and Proceedings, 1 (1906-1907), 205-206.

—. "Imperialism and Cosmopolitanism," Cornell Cosmopolitan Club Annual, 1 (1906-1907), 27-29.

—. "Are Savings Income?—Discussion," American Economic Association Publications, 3d series, 9 (April, 1908), 51-55.

—. "Agreements in Political Economy—Discussion," American Economic Association Publications, 3d series, 9 (April, 1908), 121-22.

—. "The Scholar's Part in the Spread of Cosmopolitanism," Cornell Cosmopolitan Club Annual, 2 (1908), 37.

—. "The Atlantic City Meetings," Charities, 21 (January 9, 1909), 661-62.

—. "State Supervision and Administration," Survey, 22 (June 26, 1909), 455-57.

—. "State Supervision and Administration—Report of the Committee, Frank A. Fetter, Chairman," National Conference of Charities and Correction Proceedings, 1909, pp. 397-413.

—. "Report of the Committee on Co-ordinating Legislation," New York State Conference of Charities and Correction Proceedings, 1909, pp. 191-201.

—. "The Theory of the Middleman," Cyclopedia of American Agriculture. Edited by L. H. Baily. New York: Macmillan, 1909. Vol. 4, 239-41.

—. "The Phenomena of Economic Dynamics—Discussion," American Economic Association Proceedings, 3d series, 11 (April, 1910), 130-35.

—. "Interstate Commerce," Encyclopedia Britannica. Cambridge, England: The University Press, 11th edition, 1910. Vol. 14, 711-14.

—. "The Place of the Almshouse in Our System of Charities," New York State Conference of Charities and Correction Proceedings, 1910, pp. 26-32.

—. "Witzwil, A Successful Penal Farm," Survey, 25 (February 4, 1911), 761-66.

—. "An Attempt to Define Socialism—Discussion," American Economic Association Bulletin, 4th series, 1 (April, 1911), 358-62.

—. "Some Social Aspects of the Anti-tuberculosis Movement," The South Atlantic Quarterly, 10 (April, 1911), 129-33.

—. "Aspects of Economics of Importance in Household Science," Journal of Home Economics, 3 (June, 1911), 257-61.

—. "Summary and Analysis of Statistics of Charities," Albany, 1911.

—. "The Price Concept in Relation to Value—Round Table Meeting, F. A. Fetter, Chairman," American Economic Review, supplement, 2 (March, 1912), 89-91.

—. "The Definition of Price," American Economic Review, 2 (December, 1912), 783-813.

—. "People Enough to Feed," Business America, 14 (December, 1913), 540-544.

—. "Interest Theories, Old and New," American Economic Review, 4 (March, 1914), 68-92.

—. "Capitalization versus Productivity: Rejoinder," American Economic Review, 4 (December, 1914), 856-59.

—. "An Appeal to 'The Sober Reader,'" Journal of Political Economy, 24 (June, 1916), 596-605.

—. "Landed Property as an Economic Concept and as a Field for Research—Discussion," American Economic Review, 7, supplement (March, 1917), 34-36.

—. "The Choice (for Pacifists): Letter to the Editor," Survey, 39 (November 10, 1917), 151.

—. "Control of Wealth and Economic Life—Discussion," American Economic Review, supplement, 8 (March, 1918), 232-35.

—. "The Psychological Basis for the Economic Interpretation of History—Discussion," American Economic Review, supplement, 9 (March, 1919), 306-308.

—. "War Camp Community Service Policy During Demobilization," Playground, 13 (May, 1919), 66-67.

—. "Price Economics versus Welfare Economics," American Economic Review, 10 (September, 1920), 467-87.

—. "The Teaching of Economics," College Teaching. Edited by Paul Klapper, Yonkers-on-Hudson, New York: World Book Co., 1920, pp. 217-40.

—. "Introduction," The Ricardian Rent Theory in Early American Economics, by John Roscoe Turner. New York: The New York University Press, 1921. Pp. vii-xiv.

—. "'The Course in Elementary Economics': Comment," American Economic Review, 13 (June, 1923), 245-49.

—. "Value and the Larger Economics. I. Rise of the Marginal Doctrine," Journal of Political Economy, 31 (October, 1923), 587-605.

—. "Value and the Larger Economics. II. Value Giving Way to Welfare," Journal of Political Economy, 31 (December, 1923), pp. 790-803.

—. "The Economic Law of Market Areas," Quarterly Journal of Economics, 38 (May, 1924), 520-29.

—. "Economics and Portland Cement Prices," "Reply to Letter of G. S. Brown," American Economic Review, 14 (December, 1924), pp. 649-57; 15 (March, 1925), p. 80.

—. "Teaching of Economics—Round Table Conference," American Economic Review, supplement, 16 (March, 1926), 76-78.

—. "Interest Theory and Price Movements," American Economic Review, supplement, 17 (March, 1927), 62-105.

—. "Clark's Reformulation of The Capital Concept," Economic Essays Contributed in Honor of John Bates Clark. Edited by Jacob H. Hollander. New York: Macmillan, 1927, pp. 136-56.

—. "Amerika," Die Wirtschaftstheorie der Gegenwart, Friedrich Wieser in Memoriam. Vol. 1: Gestembild der Forschung in den einselnen Landern. Vienna: Julius Springer, 1928, pp. 31-60. "Present State of Economic Theory in the United States of America." 1926. (Mimeographed translation.)

—. "Comment on Rent under Increasing Returns," American Economic Review, 20 (March, 1930), 72-76.

—. "The New Conceptual Basis of Economics," Economia politica contemporanea, saggi di economia e finanza in onore del Prof. Camillo Supino. Padova: A. Milani, 1930, Vol. 1, pp. 93-102.

—. "John Elliot Cairnes," Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences. New York: Macmillan, 1930-1935. Vol. 3, 140.

—. "Capital," Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences. New York: Macmillan, 1930-1935. Vol. 3, 187-90.

—. "Rent," "Rent Charge," Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences. New York: Macmillan, 1930-1935. Vol. 13, 289-92.

—. "Population and Culture—Discussion," Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 162 (July, 1932), 196-97.

—. "The Economist's Committee on Anti-trust Law Policy," American Economic Review, 22 (September, 1932), 465-67.

—. "Anti-trust Laws and the Social Control of Business," The Federal Anti-trust Laws. (A Symposium Conducted at Columbia University.) Edited by Milton Handler. New York: Commerce Clearing House, Inc., 1932, pp. 14-19.

Facing the Facts: An Economic Diagnosis. Edited by J. G. Smith. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1932, pp. 11-16.

—. "Big Business and the Nation," Facing the Facts: An Economic Diagnosis. Edited by J. G. Smith. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1932, pp. 186-213.

—. "The Truth about Competition," Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 165 (January, 1933), 93-100.

Reprinted in the Congressional Record, 77 (June 8, 1933), 5315-5317.

—. "Basing Point Prices and the Purchaser," Purchasing, 23 (January, 1933), 6-11.

—. "Stabilization of the Oil Industry—Discussion," American Economic Review, supplement, 23 (March, 1933), 81-84.

—. "Forgotten Consumers," Survey Graphic, 22 (November, 1933), 546-48.

—. "Report of the Dinner Meeting in Celebration of the Fiftieth Anniversary of the American Economic Association, Frank A. Fetter, Chairman and Toastmaster," American Economic Review, 26 (March, 1936), 317-40.

—. "Business Price Practices and Social Price Policies," Economic Principles and Problems. Edited by Walter E. Spahr. New York: Farrar and Rinehart, Inc., 1936, pp. 522-44.

—. "Cost-prices, Product-prices, and Profits," Economic Principles and Problems. Edited by Walter E. Spahr. New York: Farrar and Rinehart, Inc., 1936, pp. 503-21.

—. "Desires, Choice and Value," Economic Principles and Problems. Edited by Walter E. Spahr. New York: Farrar and Rinehart, Inc., 1936, pp. 459-77.

—. "Markets and Prices," Economic Principles and Problems. Edited by Walter E. Spahr. New York: Farrar and Rinehart, Inc., 1936, pp. 478-502.

—. "Reformulation of the Concepts of Capital and Income in Economics and Accounting," Accounting Review, 12 (March, 1937), 3-12.

—. "The New Plea for Basing-point Monopoly," "Rejoinder to Professor De Chazeau's Reply," Journal of Political Economy, 45 (October, 1937), 557-605; 46 (August, 1938), 567-70.

—. "Competition or Monopoly," Academy of Political Science Proceedings, 18 (1938), 100-107.

—. "Foreign Commerce," Government and Economic Life. Washington, D.C.: The Brookings Institution, 1939-1940. Vol. 2, 527-615.

—. "The Passing of the Old Economist," The Princeton University Library Chronicle, 4 (February-April, 1943), 65-67.

—. "Lauderdale's Oversaving Theory," American Economic Review, 35 (June, 1945), 263-83.

—. "Edwin Walter Kemmerer, 1875-1945," American Economic Review, 36 (March, 1946), 219-21.

—. "Too Much Money," Saturday Evening Post, 219 (July 13, 1946), p. 124.

—. "Exit Basing Point Pricing," American Economic Review, 38 (December, 1948), 815-27.

—. "The Effectiveness of Anti-trust Laws: A Symposium," American Economic Review, 39 (June, 1949), 695-96.

BOOK REVIEWS

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Fetter, Frank A. Review of Produktion und Konsumption in der Volkswirtschaft, by Julius Lehr, Political Science Quarterly, 11 (June, 1896), 336-338.

—. Review of Wages and Capital: An Examination of the Wages Fund Doctrine, by F. W. Taussig, Political Science Quarterly, 12 (March, 1897), 146-51.

—. Review of Neue Beitrage zur Frage der Arbeitslosenversicherung, by Georg Schanz, Journal of Political Economy, 6 (March, 1898), 277-79.

—. Review of The Bargain Theory of Wages, by John Davidson, Political Science Quarterly, 13 (September, 1898), 566-69.

—. Review of Capital und Capitalzins, by Eugen von Böhm-Bawerk, Journal of Political Economy, 9 (March, 1901), 286-88.

—. Review of A Dividend to Labor—A Study of Employer's Welfare Institutions, by Nicholas Paine Gilman, Journal of Political Economy, 8 (June, 1900), 430-32.

—. Review of The Early History of English Poor Relief, by E. M. Leonard, Journal of Political Economy, 9 (March, 1901), 308-11.

—. Review of A History of the English Poor Law, Vol. 3, by Thomas Mackay, Journal of Political Economy, 9 (March, 1901), 308-11.

—. Review of La protection ouvriere au Japon, by Kashiro Saito, Journal of Political Economy, 9 (March, 1901), 307-308.

—. Review of Le travail aux points de vue scientifique industriel et social, by Andre Liesse, Political Science Quarterly, 16 (March, 1901), 170-71.

—. Review of Distribution of Wealth, by John Bates Clark, The International Monthly, 4 (July, 1901), 127-33.

—. Review of Einige strittige Fragen der Capitalstheorie (Drei Abhandlungen), by Eugen von Böhm-Bawerk, Political Science Quarterly, 17 (March, 1902), 169-73.

—. Review of Natural Economy: An Introduction to Political Economy, by Arthur H. Gibson, Journal of Political Economy, 10 (March, 1902), 289-91.

—. Review of Social Control, by Edward Alsworth Ross, Charities, 8 (March, 1902), 212-13.

—. Review of The Last Days of the Ruskin Co-operative Association, by Isaac Broome, Journal of Political Economy, 11 (December, 1902), 175-77.

—. Review of The New Harmony Communities, by George Browning Lockwood, Journal of Political Economy, 11 (December, 1902), 175-77.

—. Review of Positive Theorie des Capitals (Zweite Auflage), by Eugen von Böhm-Bawerk, Journal of Political Economy, 11 (December, 1902), 145.

—. Review of Principles of Economics, Vol. I, by N. G. Pierson, Journal of Political Economy, 11 (September, 1903), 659-61.

—. Review of The Nature and Necessity of Interest, by Gustav Cassel, Political Science Quarterly, 20 (March, 1905), 149-51.

—. Review of Recent Literature on Interest: A Supplement to Capital and Interest, by Eugen von Böhm-Bawerk, Political Science Quarterly, 20 (March, 1905), 149-51.

—. Review of Economic Methods and Economic Fallacies, by William Warrand Carlile, Journal of Political Economy, 13 (June, 1905), 477-79.

—. Review of Interest and Saving, by E. C. K. Gonner, Political Science Quarterly, 12 (March, 1907), 160-62.

—. Review of New Worlds for Old, by H. G. Wells, Economic Bulletin, 1 (April, 1908), 53-55.

—. Review of English Socialism of Today: Its Teaching and Its Aims Examined, by H. O. Arnold-Forster, Economic Bulletin, 1 (June, 1908), 147-48.

—. Review of The Iron Heel, by Jack London, Economic Bulletin, 1 (December, 1908), 328-29.

—. Review of The Case Against Socialism, by G. E. Raine, Economic Bulletin, 3 (March, 1910), 177-78.

—. Review of Present-day Socialism and the Problem of the Unemployed, by G. E. Raine, Economic Bulletin, 3 (March, 1910), 178-79.

—. Review of Problems and Perils of Socialism: Letters to a Workingman, by J. St. Loe Strachey, Economic Bulletin, 3 (March, 1910), 179.

—. Review of Socialism in Local Government, by W. G. Towler, Economic Bulletin, 3 (March, 1910), 179.

—. Review of The Triumph of Socialism and How It Succeeded, by John D. Mayne, Economic Bulletin, 3 (March, 1910), 180.

—. Review of Ertrag und Einkommen auf der Grundlage einer rein subjectiven Wertlehre, by Robert Liefmann, Political Science Quarterly, 25 (June, 1910), 340-42.

—. Review of Karl Marx: His Life and Work, by John Spargo, American Economic Review, 1 (March, 1911), 150-51.

—. Review of Correction and Prevention, edited by Charles Richmond Henderson, American Economic Review, 1 (June, 1911), 394-96.

—. Review of Sociology and Modern Social Problems, by Charles A. Ellwood, International Journal of Ethics, 21 (July, 1911), 500-501.

—. Review of The Theory of Distribution and Consumption, by T. Lloyd, Political Science Quarterly, 27 (December, 1912), 706-707.

—. Review of Die gegenwartige Krisis in der deutschen Volkswirtschaftslehre, by Ludwig Pohle, American Economic Review, 3 (September, 1913), 625-27.

—. Review of Die Volkswirtschaft der Gegenwart und Zukunft, by Julius Wolf, American Economic Review, 3 (September, 1913), 625-27.

—. Review of Vorlesungen über Nationalökonomie, by Knut Wicksell, Political Science Quarterly, 24 (March, 1914), 151-52.

—. Review of Readings in Current Economic Problems, by Walton H. Hamilton, American Economic Review, 4 (September, 1914), 608.

—. Review of Economic Development of Modern Europe, by F. A. Ogg, Indiana University Alumni Quarterly, 4 (October, 1917), 562-64.

—. Review of Learning to Earn, by J. A. Lapp and C. H. Mote, American Economic Review, 7 (December, 1917), 902-903.

—. Review of Economics of Bridge Work: A Sequel to "Bridge Engineering," by J. A. L. Waddell, American Economic Review, 12 (December, 1922), 643-45.

—. Review of The Background of Economics, by M. H. Hunter and G. S. Watkins, American Economic Review, 14 (December, 1924), 722.

—. Review of Economic Liberalism, by J. H. Hollander, American Economic Review, 16 (June, 1926), 283-84.

—. Review of Theory of the Location of Industries, by Alfred Weber, Journal of Political Economy, 38 (April, 1930), 232-34.

—. Review of Die Bedeutung des Einkaufs und Verkaufs auf Fractgrundlage bei bergbaulichen und industriellen Erzeugnissen, by Emil Geisler, American Economic Review, 21 (September, 1931), 531-34.

—. Review of Public Administration and the Public Interest, by E. Pendleton Herring, American Economic Review, 27 (June, 1937), 415-17.

—. Review of New Deal. Il nuovo ordine economico di F. D. Roosevelt, by Eraldo Fossati, Weltwirtschaftliches archiv Schrifttum, 49 (1939), 24-26.

—. Review of Ground under Our Feet: An Autobiography, by Richard T. Ely, American Historical Review, 45 (January, 1940), 430-31.

—. Review of The Bottlenecks of Business, by Thurman W. Arnold, American Economic Review, 31 (March, 1941), 160-62.

—. Review of The Economic Thought of Woodrow Wilson, by William Diamond, American Economic Review, 34 (December, 1944), 888-890.

—. Review of Origins of Academic Economics in the United States, by Michael J. L. O'Connor, Journal of Economic History, 5 (May, 1945), 88-90.

—. Review of Bureaucracy, by Ludwig von Mises, American Economic Review, 35 (June, 1945), 445-46.

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