New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1936.
First Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. Good with no dust jacket. Item #14492
Library stamps/marks/labels/pocket/slip, edgeworn, some gutter starting, light cock, light tone, otherwise light wear. Solid hardcover. ; Great Depression and New Deal era analysis by Harvard economics professor. First book by American economist Dan Throop Smith, Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School, administrator at the Eisenhower and Nixon Administrations, one of the nation's leading tax experts and the principal architect of the present Internal Revenue Code. "Here is offered an investigation of the relations between government financing, the banking system and business - a judicious and impartial survey of the various dangers and benefits which may arise from the unbalanced budget." Written during the Great Depression, Smith explores the relationship between government financing and the capital markets, with emphasis on the effects of government borrowing during a depression. ; Ex-Library; vii, 264 pages.