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Economics Principles, Problems and Policies

By McConnell/Brue/Flynn

New York: McGraw-Hill Irwin, 2009. xxxi, 786 pp. + 30 page glossary and 26 page index. Numerous drawings, tables, graphs, and photographs throughout. Slight smudging on covers and wear on corners, otherwise VG.. Eighteenth Edition. Hard Cover.


Mirrors of the Economy: Historic Share Certificates Europe Volume I Historische Aktien Europa Spiegelbilder Der Wirtschaft Deutschland Germany, Dänemark Denmark, Bulgarien Bulgaria, Belgien Belgium.

By Braun, Hans

Mainz: Verlag Hermann Schmidt , 1996. 326 pp. With 129 color plates of certificates of Belgium, Bulgaria, Denmark and Germany, many full page. With chronological index. Text English and German. Fine in Fine dust jacket. The dust jacket seems to be uncommon. Oversize book: overseas customers please request a shipping quote, or anticipate a request for additional postage; the book will ship at cost.. First Edition. Fine/Fine.


Microeconomic Theory

By Bilas, Richard A.

New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1971. 362 pp. Includes index. . Second Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Very Good.


The Rise and Fall of Freedom of Contract

By Atiyah, P. S.

Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1979. xii, 792 pp, with index. Black cloth, spine title gilt. The history of one of the great intellectual movements of modern times. A touch of thumbsoiling, otherwise VG+ in dustjacket, price-clipped else VG+. . First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good+/Very Good+.


Did You Ever See a Dream Walking? American Conservative Thought in the Twentieth Century

By Buckley, William F., Jr. (editor)

Indianapolis and New York: Bobbs- Merrill, 1970. liv, 554 pp. Contributors include Garry Wills, John Courtney Murrar, Brent Bozell, Frank Meyer, Michael Oakeshott, Albert Jay Nock, Henry Hazlett, Max Eastman, Milton Friedman, Harry Jaffa, Willmoore Kendall, James Burnham, Ernest van den Haag, Mortimer Smith, Jane Jacobs, Russell Kirk, Hugh Kenner, Leo Struss, Christopher Dawson, Eric Voegelin, Jeffrey Hart, Whittaker Chambers, and Frederick Wilhelmsen. Presented to Newbold Noyes by Buckley, with a message in Buckley's rather cryptic handwriting signed 'Bill' written in red ink on a label pasted to the ffep. From the library of Newbold Noyes, editor of the Washington Evening Star. Noyes was an ambulance driver during World War II and then foreign correspondent for the Star, covering American troops in Italy and reporting on the invasion of southern France and the Allied advance into Germany. The Washington Evening Star was a liberal Republican newspaper, now extinct, once rival to the Washington Post. Page edges lightly soiled. Dustjacket has price intact, lightly soiled, with dampstain on inside of back panel.. Presentation Copy. First Printing. Hard Cover. Very Good/GVG.


Employes' Representation in Coal Mines: a Study of the Industrial Representation Plan of the Colorado Fuel and Iron Comapny

By Selekman, Ben M, & Mary Van Kleeck

New York: Russell Sage Foundation, 1924. xxxv, 454, [1] pp. Includes map, appendices and index. With publisher's advertisement tipped onto rear endpapers. Following the Ludlow Massacre, CFI and John D. Rockefeller, Jr., the primary stockholder, developed the Employee Representation Plan (ERP), hoping to to win back public support through what they called a civilized approach to labor relations. This is a study of that plan. . First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good.


Canada's National System of Innovation

By Niosi, Jorge; Manseau, Andre; Godin, Benoit

Montreal and Kingston: McGill Queens Univ Press, 2000. xiii, 222 pp. With references, index. Examines the respective roles of universities, government laboritories, and private firms in innovation and evaluates the effect of current federal policies on the process.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Fine.


Edizione Nazionale Delle Opere Di Cesare Beccaria: Volume II

By Beccaria, Cesare

Milano: Mediobanca, 1984. 549, [3] pp. Volume II: Scritti Filosofici E Letterari. Includes indices, bibliography and facsimiles of title pages. Text in ITALIAN. . Beccaria's lectures anticipated the economic theories of Adam Smith, and of Malthus on population and subsistance. His ideas had widespread effects, influencing Catherine II of Russia and the French revolutionary code. His work condemns confiscation, capitol punishment, and torture; and advocates prevention of crime by education.. Hard Cover. Very Good+.


Money and Banking

By O'Hara, Jay L

New York: Pitman Publishing Corporation, 1948. xx, 672 pages, with index. Book would be near fine but for red pencil underlining to several chapters. A touch of thumb soiling, name stamped on front pastedown and on tail edge. Dustjacket has edge wear particularly at spine head. "All the basic principles, current facts and history of the Money and Banking field.". Hard Cover. Very Good/GVG.


Health Care Reform & the Law in Canada: Meeting the Challenge

By Caulfield, Timothy A. & Von Tigerstrom, Barbara (eds.)

Alberta: University of Alberta Press, 2002. 288pp. Includes extensive health care reform bibliography. Papers contributed by lawyers and legal scholars examine regulation of private care, and interpretations of the Canada Health Act, as related to health care reform in Canada.. Soft Cover. Near Fine.


The Vital Few: American Economic Progress and Its Protagonists

By Hughes, Jonathan

Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1966. vi, 504 pp. Stated first printing, includes biographical notes and index. Presentation copy; inscription reads, "For Connie and Rob Two people we are both going to miss. Jonathan Hughes" From the library of Constance Hunting, founder and editor of the Puckerbrush Press and the Puckerbrush Review and an important and influential poet in her own right. Thirty years after William Carlos Williams praised her work in Poetry, Mary McCarthy wrote "She is an exquisite poet, fully modern yet lucid, without willed obscurity." Her first major work, After the Stravinsky Concert, was published by Scribners in 1969. She continued to write and publish up to the time of her death in 2006. Spine faded and slightly slanted. VG. Signed. First Printing. Hard Cover. Very Good.


Conducting a Successful Capital Campaign: A Comprehensive Fundraising Guide for Nonprofit Organizations

By Dove, Kent E

San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Publishers, 1988. xxiv, 292 pp. Appendices, references, index. Gray cloth, b&w photos. One corner folded over, occasional underlining through pg 14, otherwise near fine. . First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good+/Very Good+.


Hard Choices or No Choices: Assessing Program Review : L'Heure des Choix Difficiles: L'Evaluation de l'Examen des Programmes

By Armit, Amelita and Bourgault, Jacques (eds.)

Toronto: Institute of Public Administration of Canada: L' Institut D'Administration Publique Du Canada, 1996. 200 pp. Contributions are printed in the language of the contributor, however summaries in French are included for each English language paper. Includes list of contributors. Provides an overview and assessment of the cutbacks and reforms in federal and provincial governments during the 1990's.. Review Copy. Soft Cover. Near Fine/None Issued.


Egypt in Revolution: An Economic Analysis

By Issawi, Charles

London: Oxford University Press, 1965. xiv, 344, [2] pp. Red cloth, spine title gilt on green. With appendices, index, tables. Previous owners' names on ffep, white-out covering one; soiling to fore-edges. Price-clipped dustjacket has edge wear, soiling. . Hard Cover. Good/Good.