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THE ROYAL ECONOMIC SOCIETY (incorporated by Royal Charter, 1902) was founded, under the name of the BRITISH ECONOMIC ASSOCIATION, at a meeting held at University College, London, on November 20th, 1890, the Right Hon. G. J. Goschen, M.P. (the late Viscount Goschen), in the Chair.
The Society has for its object the general advancement of economic knowledge.
The Journal of the Society, published quarterly by Messrs. Macmillan and Co., Ltd., London, and sent post free to Fellows, is intended to represent the various shades of economic opinion, and to be the organ, not of one school of economists, but of all. The Journal numbers among its contributors the leading economists of all countries. Fellows are entitled, in addition to the Journal, to copies of sundry other publications issued by the Society from time to time.
By arrangement with the London School of Economics, Fellows of the Royal Economic Society may obtain from the Secretary a card entitling them to the use of the library of this institution.
Patron-HIS MAJESTY THE KING.
THE RIGHT HON. VISCOUNT HALDANE OF CLOAN, O.M., F.R.S., President.
THE RIGHT HON. THE EARL OF BALFOUR, K.G.,
O.M., F. R.S., F.B.A.
PROFESSOR SIR WILLIAM ASHLEY, F.B. A.
PROFESSOR H. S. FOXWELL, F.B.A.
Sir CHARLES ADDIS, K.C. M.G.
Professor A. L. BOWLEY, Sc. D., F. B. A.
Miss C. E. COLLET.
Mr. A. W. FLUX, C. B.
Professor T. E. GREGORY.
Mr. R. G. HAWTREY.
Mr. HENRY HIGGS, C. B.
Mr. W. T. LAYTON, C.H., C.B.E.
Mr. L. L. PRICE (Hon. Secretary).
Professor W. R. SCOTT, Litt. D., F.B.A.
Mr. R. H. TAWNEY.
The Right Hon. SIDNEY WEBB.
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INDEX TO THE ECONOMIC JOURNAL
Thompson, Prof. Warren S., Britain's Population Problem as seen by
Waltersdorf, Prof. M. C., The Holding Company in American Public
Whetham, C. Dampier, The Land and the Nation
Astor, Lord, and others, The Facts of Industry: the Case for Publicity.
Austin, B., and Lloyd, W. F., The Secret of High Wages. By Prof.
Bacchi, Mario, Scritti. By C. W. Guillebaud
Barralet, A. G., The Machinery of Business. By J. E. Norton
Basye, A. H., The Lords Commissioners of Trade and Plantations com-
REVIEWS (continued) :-
Boucke, O. F., Principles of Economics. By G. W. Daniels ..
Century. By T. H. Marshall..
Bowley, A. L., and Hogg, M. H., Has Poverty Diminished? By
Carr-Saunders, A. M., Eugenics. By R. A. Fisher
Brookings, R. S., Industrial Ownership, its Economic and Social Signi-
Carver, T. N., The Economy of Human Energy. By J. Bonar
Chablani, H. L., Indian Currency and Exchange. By W. S. Thatcher
Clark, H. F., and Chase, F. F., The Elements of the Modern Building
Commons, J. R., Legal Foundations of Capitalism. By Sir W. Ashley
Darwin, L., The Need for Eugenic Reform. By Prof. A. M. Carr-
Das, R. K., Production in India. By W. S. Thatcher ..
Dobb, M. H., Capitalist Enterprise and Social Progress. By J.
Douglas, P. H., and others, The Worker in Modern Economic Society.
Dublin, L. J., Population Problems in United States and Canada. By
Englis, K., Grundlagen des wirtschaftlichen Denkens. By M. Epstein 641
Florence, P. S., Over-Population, Theory and Statistics. By J.
Gadgil, D. R., The Industrial Evolution of India. By W. S. Thatcher
Gay, G. I., Commission for Relief in Belgium. Statistical Review of
Gide, C., La Lutte contre la Cherté et la Coopération. By J. E.
Gras, N. S. B., A History of Agriculture in Europe and America.
Griffith, G. T., Population Problems of the Age of Malthus. By J.
Hallsworth, J., The Legal Minimum. By H. W. Macrosty
Hammond, J. L., and B., The Rise of Modern Industry. By J. H.