General Theory of Value

Cambridge, Harvard University Press (1926)
The pres ent book aims to exemplify the latter rather than the former method, and if it should prove tedious, that fault will be due in part, at least, to the ...
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Call number BD232.P45 1950
ISBN(s)   1406707783   9781406707786
DOI 10.2307/2179842
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