A cartel policy for the United nations, by Corwin D. Edwards, Theodore J. Kreps [and others].

New York, Columbia University Press, 1945.

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Subjects Trusts, Industrial.
United States -- Commercial policy.
Description vi p., 1?., 124p. 21cm.
Notes "Papers ... originally presented as lectures at Columbia university in March and April, 1945, under the auspices of the Faculty of political science."
"Corwin D. Edwards ... acted as editor."
Bibliographical foot-notes.
Contents The nature of the international cartel problem, by Fritz Machlup.--The status of cartels in post-war Europe, by B. W. Lewis.--Cartel policy and international security, by R.P. Terrill.--Experience with unilateral action toward international cartels, by T.J. Kreps.--The possibilities of an international policy toward cartels, by C.D. Edwards.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)01088170
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