Money Credit & Commerce

By: Alfred Marshall.

Price: £110.00

Quantity: 1 available

Book Condition: Very Good+ with no dust jacket


Very clean dark blue-green cloth boards with bright gilt titling to the spine. Head/tail of the spine lightly crushed with a couple of tiny nicks to the top. Corners lightly bumped with storage - no damage. No dustjacket. Top edge 'dusty' remaining page fore-edges clean. NO foxing. A very good plus book with a former owner's name, date & location (Saturday, 11. Aug. 1923 Liverpool) on the front free endpaper. Free endpapers, front and back, patchily browned, pastedowns clean. A small Liverpool bookseller's label - Philip, Son and Nephew, Ltd - inside rear cover on the bottom inner corner. (xv) + (1) + 369 pp + (1) + 2pp (Advert leaf) . A "study of industrial technique, and business organization, and of their influences on the conditions of various classes and nations". "The First Edition of the last of Marshall's works to be published during his lifetime, the third of a projected four-volume series committed to a complete exegesis of 'The direction of man's efforts for the attainment of material ends: and to search for possibilities of improvements', the first and second volumes being his 'Principles of Economics' (1890) and 'Industry and Trade' (1919). The projected fourth volume, entitled 'Progress - its Economic Conditions', would never materialise due to Marshall's death in 1924". See Images. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall

Title: Money Credit & Commerce

Author Name: Alfred Marshall.

Categories: Mathematics. Finance. Economics, History & Politics. Churchill,

Edition: First Edition; First Printing

Publisher: London, MacMillan & Co, Limited.: 1923

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good+ with no dust jacket

Seller ID: M003219

Keywords: Money Credit & Commerce. By Alfred Marshall ECONOMICS; A "study Of Industrial Technique, And Business Organization, And Of Their Influences On The Conditions Of Various Classes And Nations". 1st 1923. The First Edition Of The Last Of Marshall's Works To Be Published During His Lifetime, The Third Of A Projected Four-volume Series The Projected Fourth Volume, Entitled 'progress - Its Economic Conditions', Would Never Materialise Due To Marshall's Death In 1924