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74. Early Large-Scale Production. H. O. Meredith
75. The Domestic System a Forerunner of the Factory
76. The Rise of Functional Middlemen. A. W. Shaw
77. Carriers and Communicators. R. B. Westerfield
78. Methods of Marketing Abroad. R. B. Westerfield.
79. The Early History of Insurance in England. W. R.
81. The Exchange in England. George Clare
E. The Industrial Revolution the Current Phase of Capitalism
82. The Changes Wrought by the Revolution. L. L. Price
83. The Causes and the Achievements of the Revolution.
90. The Benefits of International Trade. C. F. Bastable.
100. The Enterpriser. W. S. Jevons
101. The Individual and the Gain Spirit.
102. Competition Places the Individual.
103. Human Motives in Economic Life.
113. A Pecuniary Society. H. J. Davenport.
114. The Shortcomings of Barter. W. S. Jevons
115. The Exchange Functions of Money. W. S. Jevons
116. The Rôle of Money in Economic Organization. W.H.
117. Money and Capital Accumulation. W. H. Hamilton
118. Qualities of a Satisfactory Money-Metal. W. S. Jevons
122. The Development of Formal Credit. Sidney Sherwood
123. The Various Kinds of Credit. H. G. Moulton .
124. Types of Commercial Credit Instruments. H. G.
133. The Functions of the Stock Exchange. C. A. Conant
134. A Favorable View of Wall Street. S. S. Pratt.
135. Life Insurance Companies as Investment Institutions.
E. Some Defects of the Pecuniary Order
139. Faulty Direction of Economic Activity. W. C. Mitchell
141. Specialization and Co-operation. F. M. Taylor
142. Specialization in Capital. A. E. Outerbridge, Jr.
143. Labor Specialization in Meat Packing. J. R. Commons
144. Specialization in Management. F. W. Taylor .
145. Woman in Industry. C. E. Persons.
C. An Estimate of the Value and Limits of Specialization
148. Advantages of Specialization. Edwin Cannan.
150. The Limits of Specialization
B. J. S. Mill
C. J. S. Lewis
163. Why England Led in Machine Industry. J. A. Hobson
164. The Industries Best Fitted for Machine Industry.
162. The Brief Reign of the Machine. Hull-House Labor
160. The Productivity of Machinery. H. W. Quaintance.
161. The Increase of Active Capital in the United States.
C. Some Characteristic Results of the Machine Process
165. Standardization and the Machine Process. Thorstein
166. The Transfer of Thought, Skill, and Intelligence. D. S.
167. Impersonality and the Machine Process. Thorstein
169. The Machine and the Laborer. J. A. Hobson .
170. Technical Inventions and the Capitalistic Spirit.
174. Simple versus Complex Industry.
175. Complex Industry Is Difficult to Regulate. E. D.