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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