Business Cycles: The Problem and Its Setting

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INDEX
ADAMS, A. B., 41, 42n, 51, 90n, 255n, 464, 465n.
Addenda, 475-478.
Advertising, as means of controlling demand, 155, 165
AFTALION, ALBERT, 7n, 29n, 52, 55, 90n, 361n., 379n., 380, 385n., 453n.
Aggregative Indexes of Trade, 316, 317
Agriculture
Business-cycle, hazard in, 87-89
Capitalization of, 97
Relative importance in different countries, 175-177
Savings in, 153
ALTSCHUL, EUGEN, 196n.
AMERICAN BUREAU of METAL, STATISTICS, 95, 96n.
American Telephone and Telegraph Company's Index of "General Business," 284, 287, 288, 294-296, 321, 328, 329- 348, 366, 368, 369.
Amplitudes of Cyclical Fluctuations, 45, 46, 87-89, 95, 100, 123, 124, 141-146, 150, 153, 174, 261, 270-280, 343-354, 457, 463.
ANDREW, S. L., 367n.
ANGELL, L, J. W., 139n.
Annals of Business, 82, 358-360, 361-450, 455-459.
Analytic description, 2, 54, 55.
Argentina, 176, 177, 362, 380, 392, 394, 398, 410, 414n, 429, 437, Addenda.
ARKWRIGHT, RICHARD, 159.
ARNDT, E. H. D., 361n
"Arts of Production," 92-94.
ARTMAN, C. E., 109n
Australia, 99n, 176, 177, 179, 362, 380, 392, 393, 394, 398, 410, 412, 414n, 429-437.
Austria, 176, 202, 362, 391, 392, 393, 398, 410, 412, 414n, 427-437, 438-445.
Automobile Production, 235.
AXE, E. W., 278, 302n, 303.
Axe and Flinn's Business Index for Germany, 302, 303.
BABBAGE, CHARLES, 236n.
BACON, N. T., 194n.
BAINES, SIR ATHELSTANE, 195n.
Bank Clearings, 210, 211, 247, 264, 279, 280, 304-306, 313, 314, 327, 329-348, 385.
Bank Currency, 117-139.
Bank Reserves, 31-34, 133-135, 247, 288.
Banking and Business Cycles, 31-34, 51, 52, 102, 133-135, 280, 288.
Bankruptcies, 247, 258.
BEAN, L. M., 64n.
Belgium, 5, 396.
BELLERBY, J. R., 44n, 53.
BERGMANN, EUGEN VON, 7 n., 452n.
BERRIDGE, W. A., 277, 302.
BEVERIDGE, SIR WILLIAM, 13n., 14, 15n., 51, 206n., 259n., 260n., 291n., 292.
Beveridge's Chart of "The Pulse of the Nation," 293, 294.
BILGRAM, HUGO, 47n.
Birth Rates and Business Cycles, 20, 50.
BÖHM-BAWERK, EUGEN VON, 450, 451n.
Bond yields, 210, 211, 219, 222.
BOUNIATIAN, MENTOR, 3n., 29n., 52, 57n., 81n., 90n., 361, 379n., 384, 385n., 390n., 452n., 453n.
BOEWLEY, A. L., 239n., 240n., 242n., 243n., 245, Addenda.
BRADLEY, HARRIETT, 70n.
Brazil, 82, 176, 362, 392, 394, 398, 410, 414n., 429-437, 442-445.
BREWSTER, SIR DAVID, 4, 5.
BRUMBAUGH, M. A., Addenda.
BUCKLE, H. T., 193.
Building Permits, 218, 247, 258, 279.
BUREAU of INTERNAL REVENUE (TAX DIVISION), 141, 142, 145.
BUREAU of LAROR STATISTICS, 94n., 146, 147n., 207n., 282, 286, 293n., 315, 317, 324n.
BURGESS, W. R., 123n., 124n., 126, 275, 307.
Business Annals, 82, 358-360; 351-450, 455- 459.
Business Cycles, Concept of, 455-469.
Business Cycles, Definition of, 468, 469.
Business Cycles, Development of, 75-82, 182, 395, 396, 412-416, 418, 420n., 446- 450, 458.
Business Cycles, Early Recognition of, 10, 11, 452.
Business Cycles and Economic Theory, 3, 4, 451, 452.
Business-cycle Hazard, 87-89, 157, 173.

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  • Title Page vii
  • Preface ix
  • Contents xiii
  • List of Charts xviii
  • Chapter I - The Processes Involved in Business Cycles. 1
  • Chapter II - Economic Organization and Business Cycles. 61
  • Viii. Conclusion. 180
  • Chapter III - The Contribution of Statistics 189
  • Chapter IV - The Contribution of Business Annals. 361
  • Chapter V - Results and Plans. 451
  • Addenda 475
  • Index 481
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