Modern Economic Thought: The American Contribution

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Index

A
Absentee owners and the underlying population, 100
Absentee ownership:
corporations and, 94, 491
defined, 82
disallowance of, 101
institution of, 68
investment bankers and, 88
Accounting:
private, 368
social, 316, 368f.
Adams, Henry C., 12n.
Administered prices:
depressions and, 488
government-operated enterprises and, 486
Administrative economics:
nature of, 527
new assumptions of, 530
principles of, 479
scope of, 532f.
significance of, 537f.
Administrative enterprise, 518
Administrative government:
industrial commissions and, 177f.
judicial sovereignty and, 205
Agricultural Adjustment Administration, 444, 524
Agricultural planning, 442f.
Agriculture, U. S. Department of, 407, 446, 447
American economy:
centralization of the, 568f.
functioning of, 567ff.
polarity of, 571
structure of, 565f.
American Federation of Labor:
banker capitalism and, 189
economic power and, 98
labor movement and, 96, 168
union policy and, 92
Analytical description, 266, 291, 293
Analytical economics, 229, 273, 545 548
Angell, J. R., 353
Anthropology, cultural, and Veblen 71f.
Applied economics, 547
Atkins, Willard E., 613n.

B
Baldwin, James M., 60
Banker capitalism:
Great Depression and, 151
judicial sovereignty and, 199
proprietary economy and, 196
reasonable capitalism and, 212
stabilized scarcity and, 192
theory of, 189ff.
Banks (see Private banks)
Bargaining power, 238, 591
Beard, C. A., 10n.
Bentham, Jeremy, 224
Berle, Adolf A., Jr., 473, 475, 481, 484
Biological organism, concept of, 357
Bonbright, James C., 475, 534
Boulding, Kenneth E., 13, 596
Bourgeois, Léon, and solidarism, 173
Bowen, F., 11
Bücher, Karl, 190
Business:
new order of, 89
pecuniary values and, 110
Business cycles:
definition of, 296
Federal Reserve System and, 363
long-range planning and, 304
pioneer students of, 291
recovery phase of, 297
self-generation and, 299
strategic factors in, 376
theory of, 290, 377
typical cycles and, 293

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