Industry and Trade, Volume 1

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Cosimo, Inc., 2006 - Business & Economics - 424 pages
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British economist ALFRED MARSHALL (1842-1924) was one of the most prominent thinkers of his age, and his work influenced half a century of financial philosophy. Though the bulk of his work was completed before the turn of the 20th century, the global ramifications of World War I prompted him to reconsider his theories on international economics, and in 1919 he published the two-volume Industry and Trade. Here, in Volume I, he discusses. . the relationship between trade and industry . the social and political issues that thwarted and encouraged industrialization in Europe and America . technical influences on industrial economies . problems arising from marketing and massive retail commerce . modern finance and business organization . and more. ALSO FROM COSIMO: Marshall's Elements of Economics of Industry and Principles of Economics
 

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Contents

I
1
II
13
III
32
IV
55
V
86
VI
107
VII
121
VIII
140
XII
214
XIII
235
XIV
250
XV
269
XVI
289
XVII
308
XVIII
329
XIX
350

IX
163
X
178
XI
197
XX
365
XXI
381
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Alfred Marshall, a British scholar in New Testament Greek, also wrote the Classified Word Book and A New Testament Greek Primer.

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