The Formation of Capital, Volume 3
Brookings Institution, 1935 - 207 páginas
"This book is the third in a series of four volumes which present the results of a study in the Distribution of wealth and income in relation to economic progress."--Director's preface."Foreshadowed by the author in a series of articles published in the Journal of political economy in 1918."--Foreword.
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50 cents aggregate America's Capacity amount analysis assumed billion dollars bonds Bureau business cycle business enterprisers C. H. DOUGLAS capital construction capital equipment capital formation cash chapter cial commercial bank credit commodities Constantine E consumption channels consumptive demand corporations created creation of capital decline deposit accounts deposits depression diagram disbursed Edwin G expansion of consumption Federal Reserve banks financing fixed capital flow of funds forms of capital funds through consumption growth of capital Harold G increase indicated individuals industries institutions investment channels issues Laurence F loans and investments manufacturing ment money income money savings Moulton national banks national income operations output of consumption plant and equipment possible production of capital production of consumption productive capacity profits Public Works Administration purchasing power railroad Reconstruction Finance Corporation recovery residential construction result securities sion sumers sumption supply tion United volume W. F. Willoughby wages