Economic History of Europe in Modern Times

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Nations, and other similar foundation stones for private coöperation across frontiers. This example is brought up merely to illustrate the dependence of these cartels upon the general improvement of international economic relations. European tariffs are particularly unscientific. The rates are commonly made absurdly high for bargaining strength in arranging commercial treaties. Items detrimental to the consumer are deliberately or ignorantly included because some other power wishes to export the goods and will trade something for the concession. The results of the bargaining based on these economically unsound rates are most unsystematic and often extremely bad for both producers and consumers.
SUGGESTIONS FOR FURTHER READING
Bakeless J.: The Economic Causes of Modern War.
Baumgarten F.: Kartelle und Trusts.
* British Ministry of Reconstruction: Report of Committee on Trusts ( 1919).
* Carter G. R.: "The Rhenish-Westphalian Coal Syndicate," in the Economic Journal, March, 1912.
----- The Tendency towards Industrial Combination.
* Culbertson W. S. (ed.): " Raw Materials and Foodstuffs in the Commercial Policies of Nations," in Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, March, 1924. (Bibliography, pp. 281-83. Indispensable.)
Dawson W. H.: The Evolution of Modern Germany, chap. X.
Deutsches Kartell-Jahrbuch.
Hobson J. A.: The Evolution of Modern Capitalism.
Kleinwächter F.: Die Kartelle.
Liefmann R.: Kartelle und Trusts.
----- Die Kartelle in und nach dem Kriege.
* Macgregor D. H.: Industrial Combination.
----- International Cartels. (Prepared for the International Economic Conference of 1927.)
* Macrosty H. W.: The Trust Movement in British Industry.
----- "Trust Movement in Great Britain," in Ashley, British Industries, pp. 196-232.
* Marshall Alfred: Industry and Trade, chaps. IX-XIII.
Moon P. T.: Syllabus on International Relations. (Bibliography in Part 8 on economic problems, pp. 156-200.)
Raffalovich A.: Trusts, Cartels, et Syndicats.
Rees J. M.: Trusts in British Industry ( 1914-1921). (Based on the British Ministry of Reconstruction, Report of Committee on Trusts, mentioned above, and not very highly recommended by reviewers.)

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