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12 Barclay, Sir Thomas. Arbitrage et relations internationales

après la paix, tr. par Charles Furby.
Paris, E. Flammarion, 1918. 2 p. l., 268 p. 19om.

JK1952.B3 13 Barker, J. Ellis. Economic statesmanship; the great indus

trial and financial problems arising from the war. London, J. Murray, 1918. ix, 408 p. 214 cm.

“A companion volume to “The great problems of British states.

manship.”—Pref. "The bulk of the volume has previously appeared in the Nine

teenth century and after and the Fortnightly review."-Pref. CONTENTS.-Introduction.-Coal, iron, and the domination of the

world.-Britain's true wealth and the relative unimportance of the war debt.—The inefficiency of the British transport system and of British agriculture some lessons from America.—The inefficiency of British industrial production--the possibility of trebling output.

Education and economic success.-Labour and capital after the war.-The problem of the tariff-would a tariff harm Lancashire?—The problem of the tariff-the British and the American merchant marine.—The economic position and future of France. The problem of Alsace-Lorraine.-The economic position and future of Italy.-Can Germany pay an indemnity? Her natural wealth.-Can Germany pay an indemnity? Her production and trade.—The future and the natural resources of the United States.-Analytical index.

HC56.B4 14

The great problems of British statesmanship.
London, J. Murray, 1917. xi, 445 p. 214 cm.

Chapters 11-xi reprinted from the Nineteenth century and after.
CONTENTS.-1. The peace congress and after.-11. The problem of

Constantinople.—III. The lem of Asiatic Turkey.-IV. The
problem of Austria-Hungary.-v. The problem of Poland.-VI.
The German emperor's position.—vII. Britain's war finance and
economic future.—vI. Britain's coming industrial supremacy.-
IX. Democracy and the iron broom of war.—x. How America
became a nation in arms.-X1. An Anglo-American reunion.-
Analytical index.

D610.B3 15 Biard d'Aunet, Georges. La politique et les affaires.

Paris, Payot & cie, 1918. 3 p. l., [9]–250 P., 1 l. 19cm. (His Après la guerre. [11])

HC276.B5 16 Blackman-Ross company. The effect of the war on business

conditions, with particular reference to post-war pro

duction and markets. New York, Blackman-Ross company [1918]- illus., tables. 36cm

HC106.2.B6 17 Board of trade journal, London. After-war trade. The

departmental committees, 1-XI.
Board of trade journal, Jan. 3, 1918-Apr. 18, 1918.

Contains other articles on reconstruction in Great Britain and
other countries, including Germany.

HF183.B8 106402°—19 -2

18 (Bray, Reginald Arthur] The problem of juvenile employment

after the war.
[London, H. M. Stationery off., Darling & son, Itd., printers,
1918] 11 p. 22cm.


19 British trade corporation. Copy of the petition of promoters,

the deed of settlement, and the royal charter of incor-

London, H. M. Stationery off., Darling and son, printers,

1917. 29 p. 337cm ([Gt. Brit. Parliament. Papers
by command] Cd. 8567)


20 Carter, Huntly, ed. Industrial reconstruction; a symposium

on the situation after the war and how to meet it.
London, T. F. Unwin, Itd. (1917] xv, 295 p. 19cm
Mainly reprinted from the New age, November, 1916-April, 1917.

CONTENTS.-Preface. The state view: (a) National, by Sir John

Cockburn; (b) Imperial, by P. H. Kerr; (c) International, by Sir
Graham John Bower, R. W. Seton-Watson. The views of capital:
(a) Engineering, by Sir Maurice Fitzmaurice, Sir Robert Hadfield;
(b) Shipbuilding, by Sir Benjamin Browne, Sir Archibald Denny,
W. L. Hichens, H. B. Rowell; (c) Mining, by Sir Hugh Bell; (d)
Manufacture, by Edward Cadbury; (e) Trade, by Ernest J. P.
Benn, Walter Hazell; (f) Transport, by F. Dudley Docker; (g)
Federation, by R. T. Nugent; (h) Research, by John Hilton.
Labour views: (a) Organised trade-unionists, syndicalists and
guildsmen, by John F. Armour, George Barker, F. S. Button,
W. N. Ewer, Charles Hobson, Thomas Johnson, T. E. Naylor;
(b) Parliamentary representatives, by James O'Grady, F. W.
Jowett; (c) Educationalists, by H. Sanderson Furniss, J. Mac.
Tavish. Economic views: (a) Political: Free trade, by Harold
Cox; (b) Industrial: (1) Group: National guildsmen, G. D. H.
Cole; W. Mellor, Maurice B. Reckitt; (2) Individual, A. J.
Carlyle, Hilaire Belloc, C. H. Grinling, E. Lipson, T. A. Smiddy;
(c) Social, by M. D. Eder, J. St. George Heath, G. Bernard Shaw;
(d) Financial, by Emil Davies, Raymond Radclyffe, John Zorn;
(e) Statistical, by A. L. Bowley, F. W. Hirst; (f) Agricultural, by
Stanley M. Bligh; (g) Geographical, by H. J. Fleure. General
views: (a) Sociology, by Sir Edward Brabrook, Mrs. Victor V.
Branford, Miss B. L. Hutchins, H. G. Wells; (b) Psychology, by
Havelock Ellis, M. W. Robieson; (c) Logic, by W. Anderson;
(d) Philosophy: (1) Aesthetic, by L. March Phillipps; (2) Moral,
by Bernard Bosanquet; (e) Religion, by James Adderley, William
Temple; (f) Art and craft, by C. R. Ashbee, T. Raffles Davison,
A. J. Penty; (g) Law, by Sir Roland K. Wilson; (h) Politics:
(1) Democratic, by G. K. Chesterton, Edward Carpenter; (2)
Republican, by Arthur Lynch; (3) National (Ireland), by George

21 Chance, Sir William, bart. Industrial unrest; the reports of

the commissioners (July 1917) collated and epitomised. London, Pub. for the British constitution association, by P.S. King and son, ltd., 1917. 39 p. 214cm. "The causes of 'industrial unrest'... have been recently inquired

into by special commissioners appointed by the present prime minister. For this purpose the country was divided into eight districts (Ireland ... being excluded): six English ... the other two being Scotland and Wales ... Each district had its own separate commissioners, who issued separate reports."

HD8381.C3. 1917m 22 Chapman, Sydney John, ed. Labour and capital after the war,

by various writers, with an introduction by the Right

Hon. J. H. Whitley.
London, J. Murray, 1918. 2, 280 p. 19cm.

Appendix: First report of the Committee of the Ministry of recon

struction on relations between employers and employed [J. H. Whitley, chairman)

HC266.2.237 23 Clark, John Maurice, and others, eds. Readings in the economics

of war.

Chicago, M., The University of Chicago press (1918] ,
676 p. 234cm
After-the-war problems: p. 617-668.

HC56.C6 24 Cole, George Douglas Howard. Self-government in industry.

London, G. Bell and sons, ltd., 1917. x p., 11., 329 p. 19cm.

Reprinted in part from the New age and other periodicals.
CONTENTS.—The control of industry during and after the war.-

The restoration of trade union conditions.—The nature of the
state.—The case for national guilds. The re-organisation of trade
unionism.-The abolition of the wage-system.-State ownership
and control.–Freedom in the guild.-National guilds and the
consumer.-Appendixes: A. The genesis of syndicalism in France.
B. Labour policy after the war.

HD8664.265 25 (Conference of working-class associations, Oxford, 1916)

The reorganisation of industry. Papers by Professor
A. C. Pigou, Arthur Greenwood, B. sc., Sidney Webb,
A. E. Zimmern, M. A. With criticisms by well-known

trade-unionists and co-operators. 3d ed.
Oxford, Ruskin college, 1916. 85 p. 21cm

"The conference was convened by Ruskin college in the belief

that the time had come for more definite thinking by the labour movement upon the problems which labour will have to face when

peace comes.”—Pref. note to first edition. HC256.2.257 26 D'Acosta, Uriel. Peace problems in economics and finance.

London, G. Routledge & sons, ltd.; New York, E. P. Dutton

and co., 1917. 8 p. l., 165 p. 18 jcm. HC256.2.D2 27 Dawson, William Harbutt, ed. After-war problems.

New York, The Macmillan company (1917] 366 p. diagrs.
CONTENTS.-Introduction, by the editor.-1. Empire and citizen-

ship: Imperial federation, by the Earl of Cromer. The state and
the citizen, by Bishop Welldon. The cultivation of patriotism,
by the Earl of Meath. The alien question, by Sir H. H. Johns-
ton.-II. National efficiency: National education, by Viscount
Haldane. Organization of the national resources, by Sir J. Comp-
ton-Rickett. The state and industry, by W. Garnett. The state
and labour, by S. J. Chapman. The relations between capital and
labour: 1. The standpoint of labour, by G. H. Roberts. 2. The
stand point of capital, by Sir B. C. Browne. The land question,
by W. Joynson-Hicks. The position of women in economic life,
by Mrs. Fawcett.-11. Social reform: The rehabilitation of rural
life, by the Bishop of Exeter (Lord W. Gascoyne-Cecil) Housing
after the war, by H. R. Aldridge. National health, by J. Kerr.
The care of child life, by Margaret McMillan. Unsolved problems
of the English poor law [by] Sir W. Chance, bart.-Iv. National
finance and taxation: National taxation after the war, by A.
Marshall. National thrift, by A. Sherwell.

HC256.2.D32 28 Dean, Arthur Davis. Our schools in war time and after.

Boston, New York [etc.] Ginn and company (°1918] v p., 11., 335 p. plates. 194cm.

D639.E2D4 29 Demos, pseud. The meaning of reconstruction.

(London) G. Allen and Unwin limited (1918] 2 p. l., iii,
75 p. 22cm .

"These essays are reprinted from the Athenaeum."
CONTENTS.—The meaning of reconstruction.—The purpose

of reconstruction.—The conflict of ideals.-—The scope of reconstruction. The international future.—Empire or commonwealth?—Education and the social ideal.—A new industrial order.


30 Dibblee, George Binney. Germany's economic position, and

England's commercial and industrial policy after the war. London, Pub. for the Central committee for national patriotic organisations, by W. Heinemann (1916] 108 p. 184cm.

HC256.2.D5 31 Economic conference of the allies, Paris, 1916. Recom

mendations of the Economic conference of the allies,

held at Paris on June 14, 15, 16, & 17, 1916. London, H. M. Stationery off., Harrison and sons, printers,

1916. 8 p. 33cm. ([Gt. Brit. Parliament. Papers by
command] cd. 8271)

French and English.
Issued by the Board of trade, Gt. Brit.


32 The elements of reconstruction; a series of articles contributed

in July and August 1916 to the Times, with an intro

duction by Viscount Milner. 2d impression. London, Nisbet & co. ltd. (1916] 119, [1] p. 174cm.

CONTENTS.-Introduction.-Science in education and industry.

Scientific agriculture and the nation's food.—The long view and labour.–Problems of political adaptation.-An imperial constitution.—Higher education in the empire.

DA877.E4 33 France. Report of a Commission on the reconstruction of the

"départements” of France. Annexe no. 4285. France. Chambre des députés. Documents parlementaires,

1918, p. 817-840. 34

Ministere du commerce, de l'industrie, [Report on tariff

reform after the war]. June 8, 1918. Journal officiel de la République française, June 10, 1918,

p. 5009–5013. 35 Friedman, Elisha Michael, ed. American problems of recon

struction; a national symposium on the economic and

financial aspects. New York, E. P. Dutton & company, 1918. xxvi, 471 p. pl., fold. map. 21cm. CONTENTS.-Foreword, by Franklin K. Lane.-pt. I. A perspective

of the problem: 1. The problem of reconstruction in the United States, by Elisha M. Friedman. 11. Principles oi reconstruction in Europe, by Elisha M. Friedman. m. Economic problems during the war and afterwards, by Alexander D. Noyes. v. The American of to-morrow, by George W. Perkins. pt. 11. Efficiency in production: v. Our mineral reserves, by George Otis Smith. VI. Technical research: (a) General aspects, by Willis R. Whitney; (b) Engineering and allied subjects, by A. A. Potter; (c) Chemical industries, by Allen Rogers. VII. Scientific management, by Frank B. Gilbreth and Lillian Moller Gilbreth. Readjustment of industries: (a) Steel, by Charles M. Schwab; (b) Chemicals, by Bernhard C. Hesse. ix. Capital, labor, and the state, by Louis B. Wehle. x. Concentration and control in industry and trade, by William B. Colver.-pt. III. Adjustments in trade and finance: xi. The railroad problem, by Ray Morris. XII. The distribution of agricultural products and the function of produce exchanges, by Charles J. Brand. XII. The shipping problem, by Emory R. Johnson. xiv. The free port as an instru. ment of world trade, by Edwin J. Clapp. xv. International commerce, by 0. P. Austin. xvi. Government aids to trade, by Chauncey Depew Snow. XVII. Financing our foreign trade, by Henry E. Cooper. XVIII. Stabilizing foreign exchange, by Robert L. Owen. xix. Foreign investments, by Francis H. Sisson.-pt. iv. Programs, monetary and fiscal: xx. Stabilizing the dollar in purchasing power, by Irving Fisher. xxi. The war and interest rates, by E. W. Kemmerer. XXII. National thrift, by Frank A. Vanderlip. XXIII. Fiscal reconstruction, by Edwin R. A. Seligman. xxiv. Can Democrary be efficient?—The mechanics of administration, by Frederick A. Cleveland.



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