Tocqueville, Moralist and Sociologist
A discussion of Tocqueville's work and whether it is "only an expression of his own historical and political situation, and that therefore has lost its significance for a time beyond the end of that period?"
Will Germany Devaluate?
...I hope that many money theorists who, again and again, offer their bags of tricks, will realize from what I have said what mischief they will work if they go on promulgating their plans for devaluation.
The Problem of Verifying the Theory of Technological Unemployment
There are three groups of factors leading to disemployment which singly or in combination determine, according to the labor displacement theory, the development of unemployment. These groups of factors constitute the demand, capital and disproportionality arguments of the displacement theory.
Some European Aspects of International Law
To relate events and experiences in the field of political development in one nation to simultaneous ones in the field of international relations is always a doubtful venture. Such parallels, evident as they may be, always lead to misapprehension. Yet some resemblances are so striking that they testify to certain common roots in all human order, even though it may be dangerous to apply the same notions to the very different structures of national states and of international organization.
Case Law and Systematic Law
Therefore, if they really analyzed the underlying ideas of the precedents and followed the convictions of earlier judges, stagnation would set in. The only way out of this difficulty is that the judge should not always feel bound by the underlying thought of the earlier cases but should pay attention at times only to the wording of the decision or only to the actual bearing of the decision on the concrete case.
International Comparison of Expenditures
Among those countries which are included in an international comparison published by the German Statistical Office the United States spent for educational purposes the highest amount, both absolutely and relatively (in relation to the number of the population as well as to the number of pupils).
Review of recent literature on planning. New York: National Bureau of Economic Research. 1934. 672 p.
Industrial Profits in the United States
Review of book by Ralph C. Epstein. New York: National Bureau of Economic Research. 1934. 672 pp.
Chapters in Public Finance
Review of book by Paul Studenski. Reprinted from Volume 2 of Economic Principles and Problems. Revised Edition, 1934, by Walter E. Spahr et al. New York: Farrar & Rinehart. 177 pp.
The Housing Program of the City of Vienna
Review of book by Charles O. Hardy and Robert R. Kuczynski. The Institute of Economics Publication No. 57.Washington: Brookings Institution. 1934. 143 pp.
History of Europe in the Nineteenth Century
Review of book by Benedetto Croce. New York: Harcourt, Brace. 1933. 375 pp.
World Politics and Personal Insecurity
Review of book by Harold D. Lasswell. World Politics and Personal Insecurity
New York: Whittlesey House, McGraw-Hill. 1935. 307 pp.
Property or Peace?
Review of book by Henry Noel Brailsford. New York: Covici-Friede. 1934. 349 pp.