The Prevalence of Dumping in International Trade: I

Jacob Viner
Journal of Political Economy
Vol. 30, No. 5 (Oct., 1922), pp. 655-680
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    Wealth of Nations, Book IV, chap. v:
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    • Roscher, Principles of Political Economy (Lalor's translation), Chicago, 1882, II, 437, n.
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    • the Economist (London), November 16, 1907, p. 1968.
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    Industry and Trade, p. 783, n.
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    W. H. Dawson, Protection in Germany, London, 1904, p. 71.
  • 4
    U.S. Dept. of Commerce and Labor, Bureau of Statistics, Special Consular Reports, XXXVI (1905), 45
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    Memorandum on the Export Policy of Trusts, pp. 303, 304.
  • 2
    U.S. Federal Trade Commission: Report on Cooperation in American Export Trade, 1916, Part II, p. 16.
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    Memorandum on the Export Policy of Trusts, pp. 307, 308.
  • 2
    Paul de Rousiers, Les Syndicats Industriels de Producteurs en France et a 1' Étranger, 2d ed., Paris, 1912, pp. 146 ff.
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    Robert Liefmann, Cartells et Trusts, Paris, 1914 (translated from 2d Ger- man edition), p. 102.
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  • 4
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  • 2
    Cooperation in American Export Trade, Part 1, p. 207.
  • 3
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    Willi Morgenroth, Die Exportpolitik der Kartelle, p. 53.
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Ibid., p. 58: "Eine weitherzigere Pramienpolitik ware deshalb sehr am Platze"
    • p. 113: "Die drohendste handelspolitische Gefahr der Kartelle liegt eben in der Schwdchung der Weiterverarbeiter."
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    • Cooperation in American Export Trade, Part I, p. 206
  • 2
    Robert Liefmann, Cartells et Trusts, p. 111.
  • 1
    Selling Foreign Manufactures in United States, Part I, p. 64.
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  • 3
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    Alien Property Custodian Report, Washington, 1919, pp. 30, 33.
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  • 4
    Report of (Chamberlain) Tariff Commission, Vol. I, The Iron and Steel Trades, London, 1904, P. 919.
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  • 1
    Eduard Feer, Die Ausfuhrpolitik der deutschen Eisenkartelle und ihre Wirk- ungen in der Schweiz, Zurich, 1918.
  • 2
    supra, pp. 658 ff.
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  • 2
    Foreign Credits (1913), pp. 19-34.