The backward art of spending money, and other essays, by Wesley C. Mitchell.


1st ed.. New York, London, McGraw-Hill Book Company, Incorporated, 1937.

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Subjects Economics.
Economie.
Social sciences.
Description vii, 421 pages 24 cm
Copyright Date 1937.
Contents The backward art of spending money -- Quantitative analysis in economic theory: Appendix: The present status and future prospects of quantitative economics -- Statistics and government -- Institute for research in the social sciences -- Research in the social sciences -- Social science and national planning -- Intelligence and the guidance of economic evolution -- Making goods and making money -- The role of money in economic theory -- Bentham's felicific calculus -- Postulates and preconceptions of Ricardian economics -- Wieser's theory of social economics -- Sombart's Hochkapitalismus -- Thorstein Veblen -- Commons on institutional economics -- The prospects of economics -- Economics, 1904-1929.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)740598
(OCoLC)ocm00740598
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WorldCat Identities Mitchell, Wesley C. 1874-1948.
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