Federal Finances in the Coming Decade, Some Cumulative Possibilities, 1941-51

By Carl Shoup; Columbia University. Council for Research in the Social Sciences | Go to book overview

BIBLIOGRAPHY
THE FOLLOWING selected bibliography of recent writings on defense financing or war financing is designed to assist the reader who may wish to supplement the quantitative discussion of the present volume with analyses of the qualitative aspects of various policies.
Angell James W., J. K. Galbraith, Albert Gailord Hart, Carl Shoup , and Alvin H. Hansen. "Defense Financing and Inflation: Some Comments on Professor Hansen's Article", The Review of Economic Statistics, May, 1941.
"Billions for Defense", Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, March, 1941.
Bloch Henry Simon. "Borrowing for National Defense", Tax Magazine, May, 1941.
Brown F. A., J. D. Gibson, and A. F. W. Plumptre. War Finance in Canada. Toronto, Ryerson, 1940. 109 pp.
Cassel G. "The Significance of State Borrowing in Wartime", Quarterly Review, Skandinaviska Banken, July, 1940.
Council for Democracy. Financing Defense. New York, 1941. 41 pp.
Crowther Geoffrey. Ways and Means of War. Oxford, 1940. 184 pp.
Durbin E. F. M. How to Pay for the War. London, Routledge, 1939. 119 pp.
Eccles Marriner S. "Economic Preparedness for Defense and Post Defense Problems", Federal Reserve Bulletin, January, 1941.
----- "Price Fixing Is Not Enough", Fortune, August, 1941.
"Exploring the Factors Involved in Reëmployment of Labor and Capital", Savings Bank Journal, December, 1940.
Fairchild Fred Rogers, "How Can We Best Pay for Defense?" Bulletin of the National Tax Association, March, 1941.

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