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Title:
Essays and addresses on economic questions (1865-1893) with introductory notes (1905)
Author:
Goschen, George Joachim Goschen, Viscount, 1831-1907.
Publication Information:
London : E. Arnold, 1905.
Physical Description:
xii, 354 pages ; 23 cm
Language:
English
Contents:
--Preface.--Seven per cent. Reprinted from the 'Edinburgh review' of January, 1865.--Two per cent. Reprinted from the 'Edinburgh review' of January, 1868.--Our cash reserves and central stock of gold. Speech delivered at a banquet of the Leeds Chamber of commerce, January 28, 1891.--The depreciation of silver. Reprinted from the 'Edinburgh review' of October, 1876.--The condition and prospects of trade. Address delivered before the Manchester Chamber of commerce, June, 1885.--The increase of moderate incomes. Inaugural presidential address to the Statistical society, delivered December 6, 1887.--Laissez-faire and government interference. Address to the members of the Philosophical society at Edinburgh in 1883.--Ethics and economics. Presidential address delivered before the British economic association, June 14, 1893.--Insurance: voluntary or compulsory? Speech delivered at the dinner of the Annual movable committee at the Manchester Unity of oddfellows at Reading, June 3, 1884.
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