The Economic Review: Complete in Twenty-Four (24) Volumes, 1891-1914

By: Campion, Rev. W.J.H.; Carter, Rev. J.; Phelps, Rev. I.R.; Et al: Editors

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The complete works of this early British learned economic journal which was published quarterly between 1881 and 1914 for the Oxford University Branch of The Christian Social Union. Includes writings by many names familiar to the modern historian of economic thought including: W.J. Ashley; W.H. Beveridge; J. Bonar; A.L. Bowley; Edwin Cannan; S.J. Chapman; A.W. Flux; L.L. Price; J.C. Stamp; R.H. Tawney; Sidney Webb; Beatrice Webb. Usual library markings. Most volumes bound in three-quarter leather with raised bands. Many later volumes bound in black buckram. Buckram volumes in good condition although all volumes bear varying degrees of external dustiness due to the partial disintegration of the leather on the leather-bound volumes which has produced considerable residue. Some leather backstrips partially loose. Gilt lettering upon all backstrips bears varying degrees of wear. Bindings generally sound. Leather volumes bear heavy external wear. Aside from the external soiling/dust, a worthy working compilation of this rare and interesting journal. Total weight approximately 90 pounds.

Title: The Economic Review: Complete in Twenty-Four (24) Volumes, 1891-1914

Author Name: Campion, Rev. W.J.H.; Carter, Rev. J.; Phelps, Rev. I.R.; Et al: Editors

Categories: Economics, History, Magazine Back Issues,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: London, Percival & Co./Rivingtons: 1891

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Fair

Seller ID: 718A4805

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