By None
London   The London School of Economics and Political Science
10" by 6.5" ii, 81-157; 119-233, (9)pp.
Two scarce volumes of the 'Economica' a quarterly publication from the London School of Economics.
By None

1946-1969 'Economica' New Series Vol. XIII, No. 50 & Vol. XXXVI, No. 142

London   The London School of Economics and Political Science
10" by 6.5" ii, 81-157; 119-233, (9)pp.
Two scarce volumes of the 'Economica' a quarterly publication from the London School of Economics.
£55.00
: 0.75kgs / : 850T16

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Original Binding, Publishers' Original Binding, Scarce

Scarce works. Two volumes. New series. Vol. XIII, No. 50, 1946. With essays such as: The Relation of Economic History to Economic Theory by T. S. Ashton; Rural Population in England and Wales 1911 and 1931 by A. L. Bowley; and The Classical View of the Economic Problem by Hla Myint. Vol. XXXVI, No. 142, 1969. With essays such as: A Minimal Role of Government in Achieving Optimal Growth by Jerome L. Steine; The Normal Week Under Collective Bargaining by M. A. Bienefeld; and An Empirical Investigation of the Heckscher-Ohlin Theory: A Comment by Manfred Borchert.

Condition

In the original paper binding. Externally, smart with light shelf wear and fading to the extremities. Ink marks to the front board of volume two. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are very bright and clean throughout.

Very Good

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