London essays in economics: in honour of Edwin Cannan. Edited by T. E. Gregory and Hugh Dalton, with a foreword by Sir William Beveridge.

; Cannan, Edwin, 1861-1935 ; Dalton, Hugh Dalton, Baron, 1887-1962
Freeport, N.Y., Books for Libraries Press [1967] .

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Other Authors Cannan, Edwin, 1861-1935.
Dalton, Hugh Dalton, 1887-1962.
Subjects Cannan, Edwin, 1861-1935.
Description x, 376 p. port. 22 cm.
Notes "First published 1927."
Bibliographical footnotes.
Contents Professor Cannan's general contribution, by H. Dalton.--Professor Cannan and contemporary monetary theory, by T. E. Gregory.--The relations between banking and the State in the Union of South Africa, by A. Plant.--The optimum theory of population, by L. Robbins.--The historical setting of the Malthusian controversy, by M. C. Buer.--The problem of mark debts, by E. L. Hargreaves.--Productivity and the theory of wages, by E. M. Burns.--The theory of wages in relation to some effects of Australian wage-regulations, by F. C. Benham.--Legal conceptions of capital and income, by W. A. Robson.--Early stages in the development of money and coins, by A. R. Burnes.--Marx V. and the peasant, by D. Mitrany.
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