War finance, Volume 1
This reference collection reprints the most important published papers on the problems of war finance under varying constraints imposed by institutions, technology, geography and strategy from the time of Alexander the Great to the Gulf War in 1992.
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A C Pigou 1919 The Burden of War and Future Generations Quarterly
Edwin R A Seligman 1919 The Cost of the War and How it was Met
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Accepting Houses actual additional alliance allies amount annual August balance Bank of England Bankers billion marks bonds borrowing Britain British budget burden Canada Canadian Banks capital cash cent Civil consumption contributions Corporation cost countries debt defense Defense Plant Corporation deficit demand deposits direct taxes dollars Dominion notes effect employment estimate Europe exchange expenditures exports extent Federal Reserve figures finance fiscal foreign France Fred Rogers Fairchild funds German gold important increase industry inflation inflationary interest investment issue JACOB VINER Journal July June Kuznets labor loans measure ment military million monetary monetary policy national income output payments percent percentage period postwar pre-war production profits purchase receipts reduced Reichsbank Report result revenue rise savings securities sources Soviet Statistics Stock taxation tion treasury bills United Kingdom wages wartime World