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The History of Thought Archive represents an attempt to gather all material for the study of the history of economics at one site. This includes both primary texts, studies of those texts and of their authors. To achieve the goals will require the help of many people. Please volunteer. We need texts, proof-readers, encouragement, etc. There are mirrors of this site at Bristol (maintained by Tony Brewer) and Melbourne (maintained by Robert Dixon). Paulette Taieb's site at Paris contains many texts in French.
Puts a financial perspective on national events that have shaped America, for example, the Revolution, the Civil War and the development of the West. Tells the stories behind the people, the companies, and the capital markets that played major roles.
The History of the National Refining Company in Cleveland, Ohio 1882-1950. Produced White Rose Gasoline and EN-AR-CO motor oil.
Hugh S. Gorman. Efficiency, Environmental Quality, and Oil Field Brines: The Success and Failure of Pollution Control by Self-Regulation.
FX Micheloud Monetary History Click one of the icons below to discover wonders of monetary history. Bimetallism The Crime of 1873 Learn about a monetary system that ruled most of the world during the 19th century, providing price stability for many countries until it burst into pieces in the 1880's, causing a strong worldwide recession. Discover the episode of American monetary and political ...
Advanced Search Individual Banks Banking Industry Analytical Statistical Historical Banking Industry: Historical Historical studies of deposit insurance from its beginnings in the 1930s. Includes studies of the causes for the extraordinary number of bank failures in the 1980s and early 1990s, along with lists of additional resources for studying the savings and loan crisis. Resolutions Handbook ...
Coupons and Counterfeits: World War II and the U.S. Black Market Garrett Moritz Where any important article becomes scarce, rationing is the democratic, equitable solution. Franklin D. Roosevelt, April 27, 1942 When my grandchildren ever ask me what I did during the Great War, I m going to tell them it was too horrible to talk about. OPA official, December 1944 During the second world war, ...