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LITERATURE IN ENGLISH, 1918-1945

*(.?.) (19XX). Survey of japanese finance and industry, Tokyo

*(.?.). (1924). The panic of 1837: some financial problems of the Jacksonian era, Chicago [etc.]: Univ. of

Chicago press, [1965]. Org. 1924. Phoenix books. 202.)

*(.?.). (1931). Grain futures and speculation, Canadian Wheat Pool, Winnipeg
Allen, Frederick Lewis. (1938). The Lords of Creation. The Story of the Great Age of American Finance,

London: Hamish Hamilton

Anderson Jr, B.M.. (1919). Effects of the war on money, credit and banking in France and the United States

New York [etc.]: Oxford University Press (Preliminary economic studies of the war, no. 15) Carnegie

Endowment for International Peace. Division of Economics and History.

*Atwood, A.W. (1919). The exchanges and speculation, New York (Modern business, vol. 20)

Baruch, B.M. (1921). American Industry in the War, A Report of the War Industries Board, Washington D.C.

Bogart,E.L. (1921). War Costs and Their Financing, New York

Brand, R.H. (1921). War and International Finance, London: Edward Arnold

*Canney, E.E. (1930). What money scarcity means to you: its effects on industry, agriculture, trade, works and



wages, 2nd ed. – Manchester

*Chamberlain, Lawrence and Will. Wren Hay. (1931). Investment and speculation, New York

Clark, J.M. and W.H.Hamilton, H.G.Moulton. (eds.). (1918). Readings in the Economics of War, Chicago

Cole, G.D.H. (1935). Economic Planning, reissued: Port Washington NY: Kennikat Press, 1971

Commons, John R. (1939). Legal Foundations of Capitalism, New York: Macmillan MU EAB 883

*Committee on finance and industry. (1931). Minutes of evidence taken before the Committee on finance and



industry, London, 2 Vol., 4

Corti, Count Egon Caesar. (before 1928). The Rise of the House of Rothchild, translated from the original in

German, New York: Cosmopolitan Book Corp., 1928

Dalton, Hungh… [et. Al.]. (1934). Unbalanced bridgets: a study of the financial crisis in fifteen countries,

London: Routledge

Dubois, Armand Budington. (1938). The English business company after the Bubble act, 1720-1800- New York:

The Commonwealth Fund, London: Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press (Publications of the

Foundation for research in legal history, Columbia University School of Law)

Fisher, Irving. (1920). Stabilizing the dollar: a plan to,

Fisher, Irving. (1920). The purchasing power of money: its determination and relation to credit interest



and crises, assisted by Harry G. Brown. – New and rev. ed. New York: Macmillan,

** Fisher, Irving. (1928). The Money Illusion & Related Writings, London: Allen & Unwin 1929, also: Pickering

Masters Series

Fisher, Irving. (1930). The stock market crash – and after, New York: Macmillan

Fisher, Irving. (1933). Inflation?, assisted by Herbert W. Fisher, London: Allen & Unwin

Fisher, Irving. (1933). Booms and Depressions, London: Allen & Unwin

** Fisher, Irving. (1934). Mastering the Crisis. With Additional Chapter on Stamp Scrip, London: Allen & Unwin

Fisher, Irving. (1935). Stabilised money: a history of th,

Fisher, Irving. (1935). 100 % money. Designed tokeep the checking banks 100% liquid; to prevent inflation and

deflation; largely to cure or prevent depressions; and to wipe out much of the national debt, New York:

Adelphi


** Fisher, Irving. (ed.). (1935). The Meaning of Money, (Irving Fisher’s World Authorities on…),Consumer Guild

of America, New York: Empire Books

Frisch, Ragnar. (1934). Circulation Planning, Econometrica, pp.258-336

*Foxwell, Herbert Somerton. (1919). Papers in Current Finance, London

*Gordon, Rober Aron. (1952). Business Fluctuations, New York

*Hauser, Henri. (1930). The European financial crisis of 1559, Boston, From: Journal of economic

and business history.

** Hayek, Frederick A. (1939). Profits, Interest and Investments, London: Routledge & Kegan, 3 impr. 1969

** *Hayek, Frederick A. (1933). Monetary Theory and the Trade Cycle, London, reprint 1975

*Hecht, John S. (1920). The real wealth of nations or a new civilization and its economics foundations, London

*Herzog, P.W. (1928). The Morris plan of industrial banking, Chigago etc.

*Heckscher, Eli. (1933). Importance of the Financial Forces of a Country for Carrying on War. Possibility of

Credits Abroad, in What Would Be the Character of a New War? Enquiry organized by the Inter-

Parliamentary Union, Geneva and New York

Hicks, John. (1939 & 1946). Value and Capital An inquiry into some fundamental principles of economic theory,

2.ed. 1946, Oxford: Clarendon Press

Hobson, John A. (1919). Taxation in the New State, London: Methuen

Hobson, John A. (1918). Richard Cobden: The International Man, London: J.M.Dent

Hobson, John A. (1926). Free Thought in the Social Sciences, London: Allen & Unwin

Hobson, John A. (1929). Wealth and Life, London: Macmillan

Hobson, John A. (1938). Confessions of an Economic Heretic, With an Introduction by M.Freeden, Brighton:

Harvester Press, reprint 1976

Holmes, George J. (1930). Investment and speculation in theory and practice, London: Macmillan and Eyre & Spottiswoode (Macmillan’s sixpenny library, vol.7)

House of Representatives, (1928). Stabilization: hearings before the Committee on banking and currency, 17th

congress, 1st session on H.R. 11806: (Superseding H.R. 7895, 69th congress): a bill to amend the act

approved December 23, 1913, known as the Federal Reserve Act; to define certain policies toward which the

powers of the Federal Reserve System shall be directed; to further promote the maintenance of a stable

goldstandard; to promote the stability of commerce, industry, agriculture, and employment; to assist in

realizing a more stable purchasing power of the dollar; and for other purposes. – New York

*Inouye, Junnosuke. (1927). The financial crisis in Japan, Honolulu, Prelim. Paper prep. For 2nd General session

of the Institute of Pacific Relations

Josephson, Matthew. (1934). The Robber Barons, New York: Hartcourt, Brace and Co.

Kempster, J.W.. (1932). Banking, credit and the crisis, London: London General Press

** Keynes, J.M. (1923). A tract on monetary reform, London: MacMillan

Keynes, J.M. (1926). The End of Laissez-Faire, London: Leonard & Virginia Woolf

** Keynes, J.M. (1930). A Treatise on Money, 2 Vols.London: MacMillan

Keynes, J.M. (1933). The Means to Prosperity, London: Macmillan

Keynes, J.M. (1939). The Income and Fiscal Potetial of Great Britain, Economic Journal, London

Keynes, J.M. (1940). How to Pay for the War, New York

** Kindleberger, Charles Poor. (1937). International short-term capital movements, Repr. New York: Augustus

M.Kelley 1965, 1st pr. 1937.

*Kirkaldy, A.W. (1917). Industry and finance: war expedients and reconstruction, being the results of enquiries



arranged by the section of economic science and statistics of the british association during the years 1916

and 1917- London [etc.], Publ. By authority of the council.

** Knight, Frank. (1921). Risk, Uncertainty and Profit, Thesis, Cornell University, Boston & New York: Houghton

Mifflin, Cambridge: The Riverside Press

*Labour Research, (1929,1937-1939). London (magazine)

*Laughlin, J.Laurence. (1919). Credit of the nations: a study of the European war, London [etc.]: [s.n.]

*Levy, Hermann. (1936). The new industrial system: A study of the origin, forms, finance, and prospects of



concentration in industry, London

*Martin, H.S. (1919). The New York stock exchange: a discussion of the business done: its relation to other



business, to investment, speculation and gambling: the safequards provided by the exchange and the means

taken to improve the character of speculation, New York

*McVey, F.L. (1918). The Financial History of Great Britain, New York

Melville, Lewis. (1921). The South Sea bubble, London: O’Connor

Mendershausen, Horst. (1940). The Economics of War, New York: Prentice-Hall

Michelson, A.N. & Kokovzov, Apostol, Bernatzky. (1928). Russian public finance during the war. – New

Haven: Yale University Press, London: Milford, Oxford University Press, (Economic and social history of

the world war. Russian series) (Publications of the Carnegie Endowment for international Peace. Division of

Economics and history) Bevat: Revenue and expenditure / by Alexander M. Michelson, with introd. By V.N.

Kokovzov, Credit operations / by Paul N. Apostol, Monetary policy / by Michael W. Bernatzky

Miller, Margaret S. (1926). The economic development of Russia, 1905-1914: with special reference to trade,



industry, and finance, London (Studies in economics and political science. Series of monographs by writers

connected with the London School of Economics and Political Science, no. 85)

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*Mitchell, W.C. (1927). Bysiness Cycles, the Problem and its Setting, New York, reprint 1963

Moon, P.Th. (ed.). (1930). Business, speculation and money: a series of addresses and papers presented at the

annual meeting of the Academy of political science, November 22, 1929, New York (Proceedings of the

Academy of Political Science / Academy of Political Science, New York, vol. 13, no. 4)

Moon, P.Th.. (ed.). (1932). The crisis in world finance and trade: a series of addresses and papers presented at

the semi-annual meeting of the Academy of Political Science, April 13, 1932, New York (Proceedings /

Academy of Political Science, vol. XV, no. 1)

*Moore, H.L. (1923). Generating Economic Cycles, New York

*Mottram, R.H. (1929). A history of financial speculation, London

*Nadler, Marcus and Jules I. Bogen. (1934). The banking crisis, London

Nurkse, Ragnar. (1933). The Problem of Capital Formation in Underdeveloped Countries, New York / Oxford:

Blackwell.

O’Reilly. G.A. (1918). The relation of industrial chemistry to banking, New York (Irving National Bank, vol. 2,

no. 3)


*Oudard, Georges. (1928). The amazing life of John Law, the man behind the Mississippi bubble, transl. By

G.E.C. Masse. – New York

*Owens, R.N. and Ch.O. Hardy. (1925). Interest rates and stock speculation: a study of the influence of the

money market on the stock market, London

Parker, William. (1920). The Paris Bourse and French finance: with reference to organized speculation



in New York, New York (Studies in history, economics and public law, 89, no. 3, whole no. 204) Originally

presented as the author’s thesis, Columbia, 1920

** Peel, George. (1925). The financial crisis of France, London: MacMillan

Pigou, A.C. (1920). The economics of welfare, London: Macmillan

Pigou, A.C. (1920). A capital levy and a levy on war wealth, London: Humphrey Milford

Pigou, A.C. (1921). The Political Economy of War, London:

Pigou, A.C. (1927). Industrial fluctuations, London: Macmillan

Pigou, A.C. (1929). A study in public finance, London, 3rd rev. ed. London: MacMillan, 1962.

Pigou, A.C. (1933). The theory of unemployment, London: Frank Cass

Pigou, A.C. (1937). Socialism versus capitalism, London: Macmillan

Pigou, A.C. (1945). Lapses from full employment, London: MacMillan

Robbins, Lionel. (1939). The Economic Causes of War, London: Jonathan Cape

Ross, James A.R. (1938). Speculation, stock prices and industrial fluctuations: a study of the effects of stock

speculation on stock price movemenst and the influence of these movements on production and business

New York: Ronald Press.

Rostow, W.W. (1941). Business Cycles, Harvests, and Politics, in: Economic History Review 1, 1941. (16) (206

-21)


Rowe, L.S. (1918). Early effects of the European War upon the finance, commerce and industry of Chile, New

York [etc.]: Oxford University Press (Preliminary economic studies of the war) Carnegie Endowment for

International Peace, Division of Economics and History.

Rowe, L.S. (1920). Early effects of the war upon the finance, commerce and industry of Peru, New York [etc.]:

Oxford University Press (Preliminary economic studies of the war, no.17) Carnegie Endowment for

International Peace, Division of Economics and History.

Saulnier, Raymond J. (1940). Industrial banking companies and their credit practices, New York: National

Bureau of Economic Research (Studies in consumer instalment financing, 4)

** Schumpeter, Joseph Alois. (1934) The Theory of Economic Development. An Inquiry into Profits, Capital,

Credit,Interest, and the Business Cycle, Cambridge: Harvard U.P., reprinted: London Oxford U.P. 1978

(translated from the German original)

Schumpeter, J.A. (1943). Capitalism, Socialism and Democracy, London: Unwin University Books.

*Shortt, Adam. (19XX). Early economic effects of the European War upon Canada,

** Smith, Vera C. (1936). The Rationale of Central Banking and the Free Banking Alternative, London: King,

Reprinted by Liberty Fund, Indianapolis In., 1990

Sokolski, A.M. (1932). The great American land bubble: the amazing story of land-grabbing,speculations, and

booms from colonial days to the present time, Repr. – New York [etc.]: Johnson Reprint Corporation, 1966.

(History of American economy) Fotomech. From the ed.: New York [etc.]: Harper, 1932

Staley, Eugene. (1935). War and the Private Investor, Chicago: Chicago University Press

Taussig, F.W. (1939). Principles of Economics, 4 ed., 2 vols., New York: Macmillan (1911)

Thomas, S. Evelyn. (1931). British banks and the finance of industry, London: King

Viner, J. (1920). Who Paid for the War? Journal of Political Economy, Vol.28, January 1920

** *Wade, A.S. (1926). Modern finance and industry: a plain account of the British financial systems and of its

functions in relation to industry and commerce, London [etc.]

Wagemann, Ernst. (1930). Economic Rhythm: A Theory of Business Cycles, New York


LITERATURE IN CONTINENTAL LANGUAGES, 1918-1945


*(.?.). (1919). Geld und Kredit. – 3. Und 4. Aufl. – Berlin: Walter de Gruyter (Textbücher zu Studien über

Wirtschaft und Staat, 4)

*(.?.). (1919). Le delit de speculation illicite [art. 10 de la loi du 20 avril 1916], Lille: Dissertation Lille.

*(.?.). (1920). L’accaparement et la speculation illicite. – Bordeaux, Dissertation Bordeaux.

*(.?.). (1924). La speculation et les troubles monetaires. – Paris: Les Presses Univ. de France

*(.?.). (1927). La speculation illicite, Bone, Dissertation Algiers.

*(.?.). (1935). Geld – Kredit – Banken, München: Duncker & Humblot, (Leitfäden der Volkswirtschaftslehre)
*Schreiber, Hans. (ed.). (19XX). Wie schützt sich der Kapitalist vor Verlusten an der Börse?: ein

unentbehrlicher Ratgeber für Kapitalanalge und Spekulation, Berlin


Aboul-Ela, Hanafi. (1930). La speculation en Bourse: son influence economique et morale, these pour le

doctorat……., Dissertation P aris, Paris: les Presses universitaires de France

*Backes, Gert. (1940). La speculation financiere: essai sur sa nature, ses abus et sa reglementation par L’etat,

Dissertation Geneve, Lugano

Bark, Georg R. (1929). Boden als Geld: ein Beitrag zur Geschichte des Papiergeldes, Dissertation Berlin,

Berlin: Emil Ebering, Eberings “Volkswirtschaftliche Studien”, (Partial ed.).

*Beckert, Werner. (1935). Banknoten-Monopol und Kredit-Krise: (ist die Monopolstellung der Reichsbank für

den Zusammenbruch des deutschen Kreditapparates mitverantwortlich zu machen?), Disseration München,

Ochsenfurt am Main

Bonn, M.J. (1927). Geld und Geist: vom Wesen und Werden der amerikanischen Welt, Berlin: Fischer

Boven, Pierre. (1924). Le prix normal: essai sur lalutte contre les crises economiques et la speculation illicite,

Paris (Bibliotheque politique et economique)

Eheberg, Karl Theodor von. (1926). Grundriss der Finanzwissenschaft, Leipzig & Erlagen: A.Deichtert’sche

Verlagsbuchhandlung Dr Werner Soll

*Elster, Karl. (1920). Die Seele des Geldes,

** Eucken, Walter. (1940). Die Grundlagen der Nationalökonomie, Godesberg: Verlag Helmut Kupper, vormals

Georg Bondi, 1947

Gotthelf, Jeremias. (1941). Geld und Geist. – Der Geltstag, Naunhof [etc.] (Grosse deutsche Ausgabe, hrsg. Von

Hans Loewe, 9)

Hahn, L. Albert. (1924). Geld und Kredit: gesammelte Aufsätze, I-II, Tübingen: Mohr

Hahn, L.A. (1931). Kredit und Krise: ein Vortrag über Aufgaben und Grenzen der Monetären

Konjunkturpolitik, Tübingen: Mohr

Heymann, Hans. (1921). Die Welt-Kredit- und –Finanzreform: ein Aufruf zum Solidarismus, Berlin: Rowohlt

Honegger, Hans. (1929). Der schöpferische Kredit, Jena: Fischer

*Köppel, Wilhelm [und] Hans Paschke. (1923). Devisennotverordnung: Verordnung gegen die Spekulation in

ausländischen Zahlungsmittels vom 12. Oktober 1922, Berlin

** Lautenbach, Wilhelm. (1937). Über Kredit und Produktion, Frankfurt a. M.: Societäts-Verlag

*Leiskow, Hanns. (1929). Spekulation und öffentliche Meinung in der ersten Hälfte des 19. Jahrhunderts,

Jena (Münchener volkswirtschaftliche Studien, Neue Folge, Heft 12)

*Lewinsohn, R. et F. Pick. (1933). La bourse: les diverses formes de la speculation dans les grandes bourses

Mondiales, Paris (Bibliotheque politique et economique)

*Marmion, Jean. (1925). Etude sur le projet de loi relatif a la speculation illicite vote par la Chambre des



deputes le 15 mars 1924, Dissertation Paris, Paris

*Martin, Charles. (1922). La speculation illicite sur les denrees et marchandises: legislation,



jurisprudence, reformes en preparation, Dissertation Dijon: Dijon

*Mary, Jules. (1923). Etude juridique du delit de speculation illicite sur denrees et marchandises et de la



reforme des articles 419-420 du Code penal, Toulouse Dissertation, Poitiers

*Maurice, Xavier. (1922). La speculation sur les loyers, Dissertation Paris: Paris

** Mises, Ludvig von. (1929). Verstatlichung des Kredits? In Zeitschrift für Nationalökonomie, I(3): 430-439

*Nonaka, Tetsuya und Hans Müller. (1925). Vom Wesen und Wert des Geldes: die psychische Natur des Geldes



und der Einfluss der Spekulation auf seinen Wert, Berlin (Volkswirtschaftliche Studien, 11)

Obst, Georg. (1921). Das Bankgeschäft, 1.Band: Verkehrstechnik und Betriebseinrichtiungen, 2. Band:

Bankpolitik, 1st ed. 1914, Stuttgart: Carl Ernst Pöshcel Verlag

Ortega y Gasset, José. (1942). Das Wesen geschichtlicher Krisen, Stuttgart: Deutsche Verlags-Anstalt

Owesny, Hans. (1924). Geld und Geldwesen der Geld- (Kredit-) Wirtschaft, Leipzig: Drugulin

*Päch, Georg. (1931). Kreislauf: Konjunktur und Kredit, Berlin [etc.] (Betriebs- und finanzwirtschaftliche

Forschungen. Serie 2, Heft 53)

Pella, Vespasien V. (1920). Le delit de speculation illicite, avec preface de Alfred Le Poittevin, Paris: Sagot &

Cie

Priester, H.E. (1936). Das deutsche Wirtschaftwunder, Amsterdam



Prion, W. (1938). Das deutsche Finanzwunder. Die Geldbeschaffung für den deutschen Wirtschaftaufschwung,

Berlin-Wilmersdorf: Der Betriebswirt Franke & Co.

Rathenau, Walter. (1922). Schriften und Reden, Auswahl und Nachwort von Hans Werner Richter, Frankfurt

a.M.: S.Fischer Verlag, 1964, in particular p.398: Produktionspolitik

Roepke, Wilhelm. (1937). Die Lehre von der Wirtschaft, Wien: Julius Springer, new eds. Later

*Royal Treasury. (1931). Report Committee on finance and industry, presented to Parliament by the financial



secretary to the Treasury by command of His Majesty, June, 1931, London

Schmölders, Günter. (1938). Geld und Kredit: Probleme der Wirtschaftspolitik, Leipzig: Bibliographisches

Institut (Meyers kleine Handbücher, 14)

** Schmoller, Gustav. (1923). Grundriss der Allgemeinen Volkswirtschaftslehre, I-II, Duncker & Humblot, Berlin

*Schumpeter, J.A. (192?). Das Wesen des Geldes, late 1920’s, published in 1970

*Schwenk, Ernst. (1937). Kredit-, Lohn- und Investitionskontrolle: ein Beitrag zur Konjunkturpolitik,

Dissertation Tübingen, Tübingen

Terhalle, Fritz. (1936). Leitfaden der deutschen Finanzpolitik, München und Leipzig: Duncker & Humblot

Tinbergen, Jan. (1934). Der Einfluss der Kaufskraftsregulierung auf den Konjunkturverlauf, Zeitschrift für

Nationalökonomie,

Wagemann, Ernst. (1940). Wo kommt das viele Geld her?Geldschöpfung und Finanzlenkung in Krieg und



Frieden, Düsseldorf: Völkischer Verlag

*Wasserman, M.J. (1925). L’oeuvre de la Federal Trade Commission: la derniere phase de la legislation



americaine contre les trusts, la speculation illicite et les prat iques commerciales deloyales, avec une pref.

De Edouard Lambert, Paris (Bibliotheque de l’Institut de droit compare de Lyon, tome 13)

Weber, Adolf. (1929). Ende des Kapitalismus. Die Notwendigkeit freier Erwerbswirtschaft, München: Max

Hueber Verlag

Weber, Adolf. (1939). Geld, Banken, Börsen, München: Richard Pflaum Verlag

Weber, Adolf. (1947). Die neue Weltwirtschaft, München: Richard Pflaum Verlag



LITERATURE IN SCANDINAVIAN, 1918-1945

Aakerman, Johan. (1928). Om det ekonomiska livets rytmik, Stockholm

Aarum, Thorvald. (1918). Penge, kredit og priser. En utredning om aarsakene til pengeverdiens fald, Kristiania:

Aschehoug

** Aarum, Thorvald. (1924 and 1928). Læren om samfundets økonomi I-II, Bind I, Teoretisk Socialøkonomik,

Kristiania: Det Mallingske Bogtrykkeri 1924 og Bind II, Næringspolitik og socialpolitik, Oslo: Olaf Norli,

1928

Bauer, Fritz. (1944). Pengar, i går, idag och morgon, Stockholm: Natur och Kultur



** Brøgger, Kr.Fr. (1926-28). Kredittlivets utvikling og nutidens forretningsbanker, I-II, Oslo: Aschehoug

Brøgger, Kr.Fr. (1928). Realkredittens organisasjon. En orientering i anledning av det nye hypotekinstitutt for



næringslivet, Oslo: Aschehoug

Brøgger, Kr.Fr. (1930). Aktiespekulasjon. Børs og samfundsliv i Rom for 2000 år siden, Oslo: Aschehoug

Brøgger, Kr.Fr. (1932). Gullfeber. En advokats opptegnelser fra siste jobbetid, Oslo: Aschehoug

Brøgger, Kr.Fr. (1938). Når aksjespekulasjonen raser i samfundet, Oslo: Aschehoug

Brøgger, Kr.Fr. (1941). Romerske Finansbaroner og kurtisaner på Ciceros tid, Oslo: Jacob Dybvads Forlag

Brøgger, Kr.Fr. (1942). Pengefyrsten, Oslo: Nasjonalforlaget

Frisch, Ragnar. (1932). Statens plikt til circulasjonsregulering, (Written in a hurry, December 10-12,1932)

Memorandum from the Department of Economics, University of Oslo, January 11,1951

Frisch, Ragnar. (1933). Sparing og cirkulasjonsregulering, Oslo: Fabritius & Sønners Forlag

Hoffstad, E. (1928). Det norske privatbankvesens historie, Oslo: Forretningliv

** Keilhau, Wilhelm. (1933). Overgang til ny pengeenhet: rettsøkonomisk utredning utarbeidet efter oppdrag av

pengekomiteen,. Oslo: Aschehoug

Nielsen, Axel. (1930). Bankpolitik, Copenhagen: Hagerup

Ræstad, Arnold. (1934). Penger, valuta og gull. Oslo: Aschehoug

Schønheyder, K. (1927). Produksjonscyclerne og krisen, Statsøkonomisk Tidskrift

Sinding, Thomas. (1935). Socialøkonomisk teori, Oslo: Johan Grundt Tanum

Sinding, Thomas. (1938). Pengevesen og konjunktur, Oslo: Johan Grundt Tanum

Vogt, Johan. (1937). Dogmenes sammenbrudd innenfor den socialøkonomiske vitenskap, Aschehoug, Oslo

BETWEEN (1931) 1945 AND (1971) 1982:


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