The Bargain Theory of Wages: A Critical Development from the Historic Theories, together with an Examination of Certain Wages Factors: the Mobility of Labor, Trade Unionism and the Methods of Industrial Remuneration, John Davidson
Esquisse d'une Theorie General de la Rente, B. Samsonoff Reviewed by Frank A. Fetter
Vorlesungen uber Nationalokonomie, Knut Wicksell and Margarethe Langfeldt Reviewed by Frank A. Fetter
The Theory of Distribution and Consumption, T. Lloyd Reviewed by Frank A. Fetter
Ertrag und Einkommen auf der Grundlage einer rein Subjectiven Wertlehre. Ein Wirtschaftstheoretischer Versuch, Robert Liefmann Reviewed by Frank A. Fetter
Interest and Saving, E. C. K. Gonner Reviewed by Frank A. Fettermore by this author
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