Economic Beginnings of the Far West: How We Won the Land beyond the Mississippi - Vol. 1

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BOOKS ON ECONOMICS, FINANCE, ETC.

Practical Problems in Banking and Currency

Being a number of selected addresses delivered in recent years by prominent bankers, financiers, and economists. Edited by WALTER HENRY HULL. With an Introduction by the Hon. C. F. PHILLIPS, of New York. Published in New York, 1907.

Cloth, 8vo, 596 pp., $3.50 net

A compilation of addresses delivered since 1900 before associations of bankers throughout the country. The addresses are grouped under the following heads: General Banking; Banking Reform and Currency; Trust Companies.


Outlines of Economics

By RICHARD T. ELY, Ph.D., LL.D., Professor of Political Economy in the University of Wisconsin. Revised and enlarged by the Author, and THOMAS S. ADAMS, Ph.D., Professor of Political Economy in the University of Wisconsin; MAX O. LORENZ, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Political Economy in the University of Wisconsin; ALLYN A. YOUNG, Ph.D., Professor of Political Economy in Leland Stanford, Jr., University.

Cloth, 700 pp., $2.00 net


Economics

By SCOTT NEARING and FRANK D. WATSON, Instructors in Political Economy in the Wharton School of Finance and Commerce, University of Pennsylvania.

Cloth, 493 pp., 12mo, $1.90 net


Economics

By FRANK W. BLACKMAR, Ph.D., Professor of Economics and Sociology in the University of Kansas.

Cloth, 546 pp., 12mo, $1.40 net


Economics

By EDWARD THOMAS DEVINE, Schiff Professor of Social Economy in Columbia University, General Secretary of the Charity Organization Society of the City of New York.

Cloth, 404 pp., 12mo, $1.00 net

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