Books, Articles and Letters by Harry Gunnison Brown

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Books, Articles and Letters by Harry Gunnison Brown


"The Basis of Rate-Making as Affected by Competition Versus Combination of Railroads." Yale Review, 16 (May 1907): 79-86.

"Competitive and Monopolistic Price Making." Quarterly Journal of Economics 22 (August 1908): 62 5-639.

"Review of Gold, Prices and Wages under the Greenback Standard by Wesley C. Mitchell." Yale Review 18 (May 1909): 99-101.

"A Problem in Deferred Payments and the Tabular Standard." Quarterly Journal of Economics 23 (August 1909): 714-718.

Some Phases of Railroad Combination. Diss. Yale University (1909).

"Review of Railroad Freight Rates in Relation to Industry and Commerce by Logan A. McPherson." Yale Review (February 1910): 331-433.

"Commercial Banking and the Rate of Interest." Quarterly Journal of Economics 24 (August 1910): 743-749.

"Typical Commercial Crises Versus a Money Panic." Yale Review 19 (August 1910): 168-176.

"Review of The Diminished Purchasing Power of Railway Earnings by C. C. McCain." Yale Review 19 (August 1910): 201-202.

"Review of Gold Production and Future Prices by Harrison H. Brace." Yale Review 19 (November 1910): 328-330.

"Rising Prices and Investments." Chapter III of How To Invest When Prices Are Rising by Irving Fisher, E. W. Kemmerer and Others. Scranton, PA: Sumner and Co. (1912): 33-52.

"Review of Law of Wages. An Essay in Statistical Economics by Henry Ludwell Moore." American Economic Review 2 (December 1912): 875-877.

"The Marginal Productivity Versus the Impatience Theory of Interest." Quarterly Journal of Economics 27 (August 1913): 630-650.

International Trade and Exchange: A Study in the Mechanisms and Advantages of Commerce. New York: Macmillan Company, 1914.

"The Discount Rate Versus the Cost of Production Theory of Capital Valuation." American Economic Review 4 (June 1914): 340-349.

"The Competition of Transportation Companies." American Economic Review 4 (December 1914): 771-792.

"Review of The Case for Railway Nationalization by E. Davies." American Economic Review 4 (December 1914): 948.

"Review of Where and Why Public Ownership has Failed by Yves Goyot." American Economic Review 5 (March 1915): 148-149.

"Review of Railroads, Rates and Traffic by C. Colson." American Economic Review 5 (September 1915): 601-603.

Principles of Commerce. New York: Macmillan Company, 1916.

Transportation Rates and Their Regulation. New York: Macmillan Company, 1916.

"Review of On the Relation of Imports to Exports by J. T. Peddle." American Economic Review 6 (March 1916): 124.

"Review of Principles of Money and Banking and Exercises and Questions for Use with Principles of Money and Banking by Harold G. Moulton." Journal of Political Economy 24 (December 1916): 1018-1019.

"The Ethics of land Value Taxation." Journal of Political Economy 25 (May 1917): 464-492.

International Trade: A Study in the Advantages of Commerce. New York: Macmillan Company, 1917.

Foreign Exchange: A Study of the Exchange Mechanism of Commerce. New York: Macmillan Company, 1917.

The Theory of Earned and Unearned Incomes. Columbia, MO: Missouri Book Company, 1918.

"Review of Modern Currency Reforms by Edwin Walter Kemmerer." Journal of Political Economy 26 (February 1918): 208-210.

"An Eminent Economist Confused." Quarterly Journal of Economics 33 (May 1919): 567-570. ("A Re-Rejoinder": 571-572)

"An Oversight in the Theory of Incidence." Quarterly Journal of Economics 33 (August 1919): 734-736.

"A Balanced Industrial System: Discussion." American Economic Association--Papers and Proceedings 10 (March 1920): 78-88.

"Some Frequently Neglected Factors in the Incidence of Taxation." Journal of Political Economy 28 (June 1920): 499-504.

The Taxation of Unearned Incomes. …

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