Regularization of Business Investment. A conference of the Universities-National Bureau Committee for economic research.

Princeton, Princeton University Press, 1954.

8vo, pp. xxvi, 513, [1] blank; a very fine copy with numerous tables and charts in the text in the original publisher’s cloth, with the original dust-jacket, in fine condition.

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First edition. ‘The question this book raises and helps to answer is whether the entire responsibility for preventing the next depression is to be left to government, or whether a leading role can be assumed by private enterprise, through regularization of investment expenditures. Twenty-six leading economists, from academic halls and business offices, discuss the extent to which regularization is possible, the factors affecting it, and the ways in which it might be accomplished.’ (publisher’s blurb).

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