Banking problems.

Philadelphia, 1910.

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Subjects Banks and banking -- United States.
Banks and banking.
United States.
Series Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science ; v. 36, no. 3.
Description iii, 236 pages.
Copyright Date 1910.
Notes With : Administration of justice in the United States. Philadelphia : American Academy of Political and Social Science, 1910. Bound together subsequent to publication. DLC
"Book department": pages [221]-236.
Contents The problem before the National monetary commission by A.p. Andrew. -- Financing our foreign trade, by F.I. Kent. -- The extension of American banking in foreign countries, by S. McRoberts. -- English methods of lending as contrasted with American, by L.M. jacobs. -- Utilization of bank reserves in the United States and foreign countries by G.E. Roberts. -- The Canadian banking system and its operation under stress by J.F. Johnson. -- The stock exchange and the money market by H. White. -- the independent treasury and the banks by M.S. Wildman. -- National banking system and federal bond issues by M.E. Ailes. -- Enlargement of clearing house functions by S. Young. -- The growth of state banks and trust companies by G.E. Barnett. -- Branch banking among the state banks by H.M.P. Eckardt. -- The operation of the mutual savings bank system in the United States and the treatment of savings deposits by F.C. Nichols. -- The use of credit currency by country banks by J.P. Huston. -- State and national examinations of banks by H.G. Stockwell. -- State and federal control of banks by A.J. Frame.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)696314299
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