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AMERICAN ECONOMIC ASSOCIATION

AMERICAN ECONOMIC ASSOCIATION householder to travel to perform home guard or fire watching duties; extra boot repairs were called for because of wear and tear due to the necessity to walk longer distances on account of reduced transport services, home guard parades, etc. Nevertheless, the new War-Time Prices Index is probably on the whole a distinct improvement under war conditions on the Government Statistician’s retail price index. E. P. NEALE. Suckland. AMERICAN ECONOMIC ASSOCIATION The American Economic Association, founded in 1885, is an organization with a membership of over three thousand persons interested in the study of economics or the economic phases of social and political questions. Its purpose is the encouragement of perfect freedom of economic discussion. The Association as such takes no partisan attitude, nor will it commit its members to any position on practical economic questions. The publications of the Association consist of the American Economic Review, a quarterly, the Proceedings of the annual meetings, a handbook o r directory, and occasional monographs on special subjects. Yearly subscription t o all publications is $5.00. There are six classes of active membership: annual, $5.00; family (second membership without Review), $1.00; Junior (graduate students, for three years only), $3.00; subscribing, $10.00 ; contributing, $25.00 ; life, $200.00 in a single payment. Send for information booklet and address enquiries concerning membership and subscriptions to: JAMES WASHINGTON BELL, Secretaq-Treasurer, American Economic Association Northwestern University Evanston, Illinois. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Economic Record Wiley

AMERICAN ECONOMIC ASSOCIATION

The Economic Record , Volume 21 (1) – Jun 1, 1945

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Publisher
Wiley
Copyright
Copyright © 1945 Wiley Subscription Services, Inc., A Wiley Company
ISSN
0013-0249
eISSN
1475-4932
DOI
10.1111/j.1475-4932.1945.tb01151.x
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Abstract

householder to travel to perform home guard or fire watching duties; extra boot repairs were called for because of wear and tear due to the necessity to walk longer distances on account of reduced transport services, home guard parades, etc. Nevertheless, the new War-Time Prices Index is probably on the whole a distinct improvement under war conditions on the Government Statistician’s retail price index. E. P. NEALE. Suckland. AMERICAN ECONOMIC ASSOCIATION The American Economic Association, founded in 1885, is an organization with a membership of over three thousand persons interested in the study of economics or the economic phases of social and political questions. Its purpose is the encouragement of perfect freedom of economic discussion. The Association as such takes no partisan attitude, nor will it commit its members to any position on practical economic questions. The publications of the Association consist of the American Economic Review, a quarterly, the Proceedings of the annual meetings, a handbook o r directory, and occasional monographs on special subjects. Yearly subscription t o all publications is $5.00. There are six classes of active membership: annual, $5.00; family (second membership without Review), $1.00; Junior (graduate students, for three years only), $3.00; subscribing, $10.00 ; contributing, $25.00 ; life, $200.00 in a single payment. Send for information booklet and address enquiries concerning membership and subscriptions to: JAMES WASHINGTON BELL, Secretaq-Treasurer, American Economic Association Northwestern University Evanston, Illinois.

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The Economic RecordWiley

Published: Jun 1, 1945

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