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By Marianne Johnson, Warren J. Samuels (eds)

ISBN-10: 1848556608

ISBN-13: 9781848556607

Quantity 27C of "Research within the historical past of financial concept and technique" contains records from Glenn Johnson and F. Taylor Ostrander. half I contains: notes from lectures via James E. Meade at the linking of financial idea with the natural concept of worth (Oxford collage, 1932-1933); notes from the Socialist membership on the Cafe Verique in Geneva (Summer 1931); correspondence among Frank H. Knight and F. Taylor Ostrander; index to the Treasury division papers of F. Taylor Ostrander; and notes at the lengthy and wide-ranging occupation of F. Taylor Ostrander. half II provides Glenn Johnson's notes from classes on the collage of Chicago (1946); notes from Lloyd Mints' path on cash and banking, economics 330 (Fall 1946); incomplete direction notes from Milton Friedman's expense thought, economics 300B, collage of Chicago (Spring 1947); and notes from seminars via John R. Hicks and Tjalling Koopmans, college of Chicago (October 1946).

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Works should be planned in advance and ready to use. Practically, everything depends on the credit policy of the central bank. – If purchasing power is increased, there will be a positive increase in employment. S. federal government; [and] Germany. Distinction between real public works and emergency works. Need of economic barometers. Crux of the whole problem is the financial one – of how to raise money. International import[ance] of the problem. – International public works – roads. – Public works bodies are sufficient guarantee for credit.

A notice on the bulletin board would announce a meeting at some particular café to discuss Austro-Serbian, Franco-German, or any other combination of affairs. ” “The summer offered an interesting opportunity to test the advantages of coeducation. Contrary to the usual prejudice, the group of girls, both American and European, was as attractive as the sophisticated taste of Williams men might ever demand. ” “International mixtures were inevitable in every phase of life. ” 2. C. P. Kindleberger’s Story, from Memory in 1989 (Extract from his Life of an Economist) In the spring of 1931 I was chosen among perhaps twenty other Americans to receive a scholarship at the Students International Union in Geneva, Switzerland.

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