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Industrial and Pecuniary Employments

Thorstein Veblen
Publications of the American Economic Association
3rd Series, Vol. 2, No. 1 (Feb., 1901), pp. 190-235
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Notes and References

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  • 1
    J. B. Clark, The Distribution of Wealth, p. 20.
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    H. C. Emery in the Papers and Proceedings of the Twelfth Annual Meeting of the American Economic Associa- tion, on " The Place of the Speculator in the Theory of Distribution," and more particularly the discussion following the paper.
  • Marx's Capital, especially bk. 1, ch. IV.
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    Professor Fetter, in a recent paper (Quarterly Journal of Eco- nomics, November, 1900)