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THE

QUARTERLY JOURNAL

OF

ECONOMICS

VOLUME XXXIII

CAMBRIDGE, MASS., U. 8. A.
PUBLISHED BY THE HARVARD UNIVERSITY PRESS

1919

Reprinted with permission of the publishers by
KRAUS REPRINT CORPORATION, NEW YORK 17, N.Y.

COPYRIGHT, 1918-19, BY THE PRESIDENT AND FELLOWS OF Harvard COLLEGE

PRINTED IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

CONTENTS FOR VOLUME XXXIII

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BERGLUND, ABRAHAM. The Iron-Ore Problem of Lorraine 531

BERNHARDT, JOSHUA, Government Control of Sugar during the

War.

672

BOGART, E. L. Laughlin's Credit of the Nations. Review

180
BROWN, H. G. An Eminent Economist Confused. Note .

567
A Re-Rejoinder. Note.

571
An Oversight in the Theory of Incidence. Note

734
CARVER, T. N. The Behavioristic Man. Note

195
Four Labor Programs

344
A Rejoinder. Note

570
Walsh's The Climax of Civilization; Socialism; and Femin-
ism. Revier

714

CLAGETT, BRICE. Organization of American Railroads under

Government Control. Note

188

CUNNINGHAM, W. J. Adams' American Railway Accounting.
Review .

183
DAVENPORT, H. J. Wage Theory and Theories

256
DAVIDSON, JULIUS. One of the Physical Foundations of Eco-
nomics. Note

717
DICKINSON, Z. C. The Relations of Recent Psychological De
velopments to Economic Theory

377

DITTMER, C. G._An Estimate of the Standard of Living in China . 107

Dixon, F. H. Federal Operation of Railroads during the War 577

DOUGLAS, P. H. A Definition of “ Conditions of Labor." Note 725

ELDRED, WILFRED. The Wheat and Flour Trade under Food

Administration Control: 1917-18 .

1

FARQUHAR, H. H. Positive Contributions of Scientific Manage-

ment.

466

GOTTLIEB, L. R. Indebtedness of Principal Belligerents

504

McGoun, A. F. The Taxation of Luxuries and the Rate of In-

terest

298

MORSE, L. K. The Price-Fixing of Copper

71

NORTON, J. E. International Trade and Prices. Note

368

NOURSE, E. G. Normal Price as a Market Concept .

632

PETERS, E. T. On Stabilizing the Dollar

652

PIGOU, A. C. The Burden of War and Future Generations

242

RIPLEY, W. Z. A Peculiar Eight Hour Problem. Note.

555

RUGGLES, C. O. Railway Service and Regulation .

129

Appendix

175

TAUSSIG, F. W. Price-Fixing as Seen by a Price-Fixer

205

VIRTUE, G. O. Another Reason Why War Prices Are High Prices.

729

WEHLE, L. B. War Labor Policies and Their Outcome in Peace 321

WILLIAMS, J. H. Latin American Foreign Exchange and Inter-

national Balances during the War

422

WRIGHT, P. G. Cost of Production and Price. Note:

560

Note.

Adams' American Railway Accounting. Review. By W. J. Cun-

ningham

183

American Railroads under Government Control, Organization of.

Note. By Brice Clagett

188

Behavioristic Man, The. Note. By T. N. Carver

195

"Conditions of Labor," A Definition of. Note. By P. H. Douglas 725
Cost of Production and Price. Note. By P. G. Wright.

560
Economics, One of the Physical Foundations of. Note. By Julius
Davidson

717

Economist Confused, An Eminent. Note. By H. G. Brown. 567

Eight Hour Problem, A Peculiar. Note. By W. Z. Ripley 555

Foreign Exchange and

International Balances during the War,

Latin American. By J. H. Williams .

422

Government

Control of Šugar during the War. By Joshua Bern-
hardt

672

Indebtedness of Principal Belligerents. By L. R. Gottlieb

504

International Trade and Prices. Note. By J. E. Norton

368

Iron-Ore Problem of Lorraine, The. By Abraham Berglund 531

Labor Programs, Four. By T. N. Carver

344
Laughlin's Credit of the Nations. Review. By E. L. Bogart. 180

Normal Price as a Market Concept. By E. G. Nourse

632

Price-Fixing as Seen by a Price-Fixer. By F. W. Taussig

205

Price-Fixing of Copper, The. By L. K. Morse

71

Railroads during the War, Federal Operation of. By F. H. Dixon 577

Railway Service and Regulation, with Appendix. By C. 0.
Ruggles

129
Rejoinder, A. Note. By T. N. Carver

570
Relations of Recent Psychological Developments to Economic
Theory, The. By Z. C. Dickinson

377
Re-Rejoinder, A. Note. By H. G. Brown

571
Review of Economic Statistics, The

200
Scientific Management, Positive Contributions of. By H. H.
Farquhar

466

Stabilizing the Dollar, On. By E. T. Peters

652

Standard of Living in China, An Estimate of the. By C. G.
Dittmer

107
Taxation of Luxuries and the Rate of Interest, The. By A. F.
McGoun .

298
Theory of Incidence, An Oversight in the. Nole. By H. G. Brown

734

Wage Theory and Theories. By H. J. Davenport.

256

Walsh's The Climax of Civilization; Socialism; and Feminism.

Review. By T. N. Carver

714

War and Future Generations, The Burden of. By A. C. Pigou. 242

War Labor Policies and Their Outcome in Peace. By L. B. Wehle 321

War Prices Are High Prices, Another Reason Why. Note. By

G. O. Virtue

729

Wheat and Flour Trade under Food Administration Control: 1917
-18, The. By Wilfred Eldred

1

SUMMARY

I. Commercial situation and price trend during the crop year 1916–
17, 2. — II. Evident necessity for government control, 5. — III. Slow
progress of legislation, 11. — IV. The Food Act, 14. – V. Voluntary
agreement between millers and Food Administration, 18. — VI. The
Wheat Price Committee, 23. — VII. Resentment of wheat growers,
25. – VIII. Efforts to stimulate milling, 25. — IX. Distribution of
wheat stocks, 29. — X. Stabilizing the market, 32. — XI. Effort of
growers to get an advanced price, 36. — XII. Decline in milling activ-
ity early in 1917, 38. — XIII, XIV. Increase in output after price
stabilization, 39. — XV. Control of percentage of flour and feed, 43.

- XVI. “Cost plus" method of price regulation, 45. — XVIII. Eva-

sions, 48. — XX. Complications with excess profits tax, 51. - XXII.

Summary and critical estimate of results, 59.

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