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Henry Carter Adams

S. Lawrence Bigelow, I. Leo Sharfman and R. M. Wenley
Journal of Political Economy
Vol. 30, No. 2 (Apr., 1922), pp. 201-211
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1822690
Page Count: 11
Subjects: Business Economics
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Bibliography of Publications by Professor Henry Carter Adams
  • Outline of Lectures upon Political Economy. Prepared for the use of students at Johns Hopkins University and the University of Michigan. Balti- more, I88I. 76 pages. Second edition, Ann Arbor, 1886. 84 pages.
  • Taxation in the United States, 1789-1816. "Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science," Second Series,V-VI, 1884. 79 pages.
  • "Economics and Jurisprudence," Science, VIII (July 2, 1886), 15-19.
  • "Another View of Economic Laws and Methods," Science, VIII (July 30, 1886), 153-95.
  • "The Labor Problem," Scientific American Supplement, XXII, No. 555 (August 2I, 1886), 8861-63. (Sibley College Lectures, Cornell Uni- versity, Ithaca, New York.)
  • Public Debts. An Essay in the Science of Finance. New York: D. Appleton & Co., I887. 407 pages. (Japanese translation by Yeigino Ono [supplemented], Tokio, April, 1896.)
  • "Relation of the State to Industrial Action," Publications of the American Economic Association. Monographs, Vol. I, No. 6, 1887. 85 pages.
  • "An Interpretation of Social Movements of Our Time," International Journal of Ethics, II (October, 1891), 32-50.
  • "Discussion of the Interstate Commerce Act," Michigan Political Science Association Publications, Vol. I, No. 1 (May, 1893), pp. 137-43.
  • "Report on Transportation Business in the United States at the Eleventh Census, 1890." Special agent for the Bureau of Census. Washington: Government Printing Office, i894, 1895.
  • Introduction to Philanthropy and Social Progress (a collection of seven essays by Miss Jane Addams, Robert A. Woods, Father J. O. S. Huntington, Professor Franklin H. Giddings, and Bernard Bosanquet, lectures delivered at the School of Applied Ethics at Plymouth, Massa- chusetts, during the session of i892). New York: Thomas Y. Crowell & Co., 1893, pp. 5-11.
  • "The Social Ministry of Wealth," International Journal of Ethics, IV (January, 1894), 173-88.
  • "Publicity and Corporate Abuses," Michigan Political Science Associa- tion Publications, Vol. I, No. 2 (1894), pp. 109-20.
  • "Suggestion for a System of Taxation," Michigan Political Science Associa- tion Publications, Vol. I, No. 2 (1894), pp. 49-79.
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    • "The Theory of Public Expenditures," Publications of the American Eco- nomic Association, X (1895), 87-93.
    • A paper read at the seventh annual meeting of the American Economic Association, New York, December, 1894.
  • Economics and Jurisprudence. Presidential address delivered at the ninth annual meeting of the American Economic Association, Baltimore, Maryland, December 28, i896. "American Economic Association, Economic Studies," Vol. II, No. 1, 1897. 35 pages.
  • The Science of Finance; an Investigation of Public Expenditures and Public Revenues. New York: H. Holt & Co., 1899. 573 pages.
  • "Difficulties in Adjusting Rates," American Economic Association Publica- tions, Series 3, Vol. I, No. 1 (1900), pp. 245-49. (Extract from a paper "The Outlook for Federal Railway Legislation" read at the twelfth annual meeting of the American Economic Association, December, i899, Ithaca, New York).
  • " Michigan Railroad Appraisal. The Valuation of the Nonphysical Element in Railways," Michigan Political Science Association Publications, IV. (1901), 193-96.
  • "Higher Education and the People," Michigan Political Science Association Publications, IV (1902), 334-46. (A paper read before the joint session of the Michigan Political Science Association and the Michigan Farmer Institutes.)
  • An Introductory Note to a Study on the Central Bank of Japan by Itsuo Hamaoka. Tokio: Semmon Gakko, 1902.
  • "Higher Commercial Education," Michigan Political Science Association Publications, Vol. V, No. 2 (June 1903), pp. 212-16. (Discussion at a convention of educators and business men held under the auspices of the Michigan Political Science Association, February 7, I903.)
  • "Trusts," American Economic Association Publications, Series 3, Vol. V, No. 2 (1904), pp. 91-107. (A paper read at the sixteenth annual meeting of the American Economic Association, New Orleans, Louis- iana, December, I903.)
  • "Tendencies in Railway Taxation," American Economic Association Publica- tions, Series 3, Vol. VI, No. 2 (1905), pp. 51-60. (A paper read at the seventeenth annual meeting of the American Economic Association, Chicago, Illinois, December, I904.)
  • Commercial Valuation of Railway Operating Property in the United States, 1904 (with B. H. Meyer, William J, Meyers, J. Shirley Eaton, Harold M. Bowman, Mortimer E. Cooley, and W. D. Taylor). (Formal Report, pp. 7-14, and "Michigan Railroad Appraisal, Valuation on Nonphysical Elements of Railway Property," pp. 78-82, by H. C. Adams.) Department of Commerce and Labor, Bureau of the Census, Bulletin No. 2I. Washington: Government Printing Office, I905.
  • State Regulation of Railways (with H. S. Smalley). Railways in the United States in I902, Part 4, Interstate Commerce Commission. Wash- ington: Government Printing Office, 1903. 415 pages.
  • State Taxation of Railways and Other Transportation Agencies (with H. M. Bowmann). Railways in the United States in I902, Part 5, Interstate Commerce Commission. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1903. 462 pages.
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    • Regulation of Railway Rates. Digest of the hearings before the committee on interstate commerce, United States Senate, held from December i6, I904, to May 23, I905, inclusive, together with certain data. (Compiled by order of the Committee by H. C. Adams and H. J. Newcomb, Decem- ber I5, I1905.)
    • Fifty-ninth Congress, First Session, Senate Document No. 244. 8ii pages, and Appendix IX ("Prussian Railway Tariffs"), I04 pages.
  • Intercorporate Relations of Railways in the United States as of June 30, 1906 (with W. J. Meyers and Frank H. Dixon). Special report of the Inter- state Commerce Commission, No. i. Washington: Government Print- ing Office. 516 pages.
  • This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Interstate Commerce Corporations Owning Capital Stock of Other Transpor- tation Corporations. Letter to the chairman of the Interstate Com- merce Commission, transmitting statements in response to a senate resolution of January I3, i908.
    • Sixtieth Congress, First Session, Senate Document No. 2 78. Washington: Government Printing Office, I908. II2 pages.
  • "Administrative Supervision of Railways under the Twentieth Section of the Act to Regulate Commerce, " Quarterly Journal of Economics, XXII (May, 1908), 364-83.
  • Preliminary Report of the Commission of Inquiry into Taxation of the State of Michigan (with Roger I. Wykes and Patrick H. Kelley). Lansing, 1911. 37 pages.
  • Report of Commission of Inquiry into Taxation, Michigan, 1911 (with Roger I. Wykes and Patrick H. Kelley). Lansing: Wynkoop, Hallen- beck, Crawford Company, State Printers, 1911. 53 pages.
  • Description of Industry, an Introduction to Economics. New York: Holt & Co., 1918. 270 pages.
  • American Railway Accounting: A Commentary. New York: Holt & Co., 1918. 192 pages.
  • "Borrowing as a Phase of War Financing," Annals of American Academy of Political and Social Science, 1918, LXXV, 23-30.
  • "Principles of Public Accounting," Michigan Tax Association, 1918, pp. 18-38.
  • "Problems of Budgetary Reform," Journal of Political Economy (October, 1919), 621-38.
  • This reference contains 2 citations:
    • "International Supervision over Foreign Investments," American Economic Review, Vol. 10, No. 1, Supplement, March, 1920, pp. 58-67.
    • A paper read at the thirty-second annual meeting of the American Economic Association, Chicago, Illinois, December, 1919.)
  • Statistics of Railways in the United States, 1888-1909.
  • Classifications of Accounts Prepared for Interstate Commerce Commission, 1887-1911.