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(WOMEN'S EDUCATION.) The Association for Promoting the Education of Women in Oxford. A run of twenty-three issues of its Report.
Oxford : 1894-1919A set of important reports published by the pioneering Association for Promoting the Higher Education of Women (AEW), containing a mass of historical information relating to the state of women's education in Oxford at the height of the suffragette agitation. The earliest is dated 1894-95, the latest 1918-19; each spans from October of one year to the... Learn More£3,000.00
Stock Code: 124133
PARSONS, Talcott. The Social System.
Glencoe, IL : 1951First edition, first printing. Parsons (1902-1979) was a pioneering figure in American Sociology. In 1951, he published his two most significant theoretical works almost simultaneously: Towards a General Theory of Action and The Social System. The former studied the interdependence of the cultural system, the personality system, and the social system,... Learn More£350.00
Stock Code: 131504
LOCKE, John. Posthumous Works:
London : 1706First edition, edited by Locke's literary editors, Anthony Collins and Peter King. The collection prints for the first time, among other works, Locke's Conduct of the Understanding, his Discourse on Miracles, and part of the Fourth Letter for Toleration, which was not printed in its entirety until 1829. Learn More£1,250.00
Stock Code: 115547
LÉVI-STRAUSS, Claude. Anthropologie structurale; [together with] Anthropologie structurale deux.
[Paris] : 1958 & 1973Scarce first edition, first impression, presentation copies, inscribed by the author to fellow social anthropologist and ethnologist Sir Raymond Firth on the half-titles, "A Raymond Firth, avec l'amitié de Claude Lévi Strauss" and "To Raymond Firth, with warmest regards, Claude Lévi Strauss". Anthropologie structurale and Anthropologie structurale... Learn More£6,250.00
Stock Code: 118218
PLAYFAIR, William. An Inquiry into the permanent Causes of the Decline and Fall of Powerful and Wealthy Nations, illustrated by four engraved Charts...
London : 1805First edition of this important work and a remarkable attempt to present a general and comparative theory of the rise and fall of nations, and thus extract lessons from the downfall of the great empires of history and in so doing "find the means by which prosperity may be lengthened out, and the period of humiliation procrastinated to a distant day"... Learn More£4,500.00
Stock Code: 93567
OWEN, Robert. A New View of Society: or, Essays on the Principle of the Formation of the Human Character, and the Application of the Principle to Practice.
London : 1813-14First edition, first issue of the four Essays, one of 40 specially bound presentation sets printed on thick paper, parts III & IV "Not published", inscribed "From the Author" on the first blank.
Edouard Dolléans states that just forty copies of A New View of Society were bound for presentation: "En écrivant les Vues nouvelles, Owen a surtout pour... Learn More£87,500.00
Stock Code: 130529
HEARD, Gerald. These Hurrying Years.
London : 1934First edition, first impression; rare in the dust jacket. Gerald Heard (1889-1971) was a British author and philosopher whose innovative works examined history in the context of humankind's evolving consciousness. This book is his attempt to write a "history of our own times" and to determine the underlying causes of modern events. His conclusion, that... Learn More£375.00
Stock Code: 68865
(SENHOUSE, Roger.) TRILLING, Lionel. The Middle of the Journey.
New York : 1947First edition, first printing. Roger Senhouse's copy, sent to him by literary agents Pearn, Pollinger & Higham for the preparation of the first UK edition, published by Secker and Warburg the following year, and containing an illuminating collection of ephemera and correspondence exchanged between Senhouse, Frederic Warburg, Trilling, and critic Cyril... Learn More£975.00
Stock Code: 110965
EMERSON, Harrington. The Twelve Principles of Efficiency.
New York : 1912First edition, first printing, inscribed by the author to the refrigeration scientist Mary Engle Pennington: "To Miss M. E. Pennington. 'I learned about - refrigeration - from her.' With the sincere regards of the author, Harrington Emerson, August 28th 1916". Emerson (1853-1931), an influential American business theorist, made significant contributions... Learn More£300.00
Stock Code: 120873
BUTLER, William. An Introduction to Arithmetic. Designed for the Use of Young Ladies. By William Butler, Private Teacher of Writing, Accounts, and Geography.
London : A reworking of the author's 1784 and 1788 publications, with a companion work of exercises. The first part has only 4 prefatory pages of letterpress dated November, 1806, in which Butler claims to have printed over 4000 copies of his text:
"In the course of nearly forty years attendance on ladies' schools, I have frequently observed, that their ciphering... Learn More£475.00
Stock Code: 137843
MORE, Hannah. Strictures on the Modern System of Female Education.
Boston : 1800Presumed first US edition; there was a Philadelphia issue the same year (Evans establishes no priority). More's definitive work on women's education was first published in London in 1799. This copy has a pleasing contemporary female provenance, carefully inscribed "Miss Hannah Kingsbury's Property Oxford May 1808" on the initial blank. In 2017 Skinner... Learn More£475.00
Stock Code: 130784
MILLAR, John. Observations Concerning the Distinction of Ranks in Society.
Dublin : 1771First Dublin edition, following the London edition published the same year. A professor of law in the University of Glasgow and a major influence on Scottish jurisprudence, this was the first major work of John Millar. The Observations were "a pioneering attempt at a historical sociology of social authority, taking up, in turn, familial relations, age,... Learn More£750.00
Stock Code: 124116
MACKAY, Charles. Memoirs of Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds.
London : 1852Second edition, and the first thoroughly illustrated one, following Bentley's 1841 first edition, which had only five plates over three volumes. This is an important early work on popular delusions of all types, considering the credulous enthusiasm of mankind for phenomena such as alchemy, witchcraft, relics, the Crusades, urban myths, as well as economic... Learn More£850.00
Stock Code: 139739
KAUFMANN, Felix. Methodology of the Social Sciences.
London : 1944First edition of the Austrian-American philosopher's examination of the methodological issues in social science, in which Kaufmann argues that methodology should be recognised as an autonomous rational discipline separate from deductive logic. Originally intended as an English translation of Methodenlehre der Sozialwissenschaften (1936), it eventually... Learn More£125.00
Stock Code: 119682
(PASSIONS.) A Short Treatise on the Passions, Illustrative of the Human Mind, in two volumes. By a Lady.
London : 1810First edition of the wide-ranging and opinionated survey of mankind's passions and character traits, which, though purporting to have been written by a woman, is so hostile to the sex that one contemporary reviewer was convinced the work must have been written by a disgruntled man, attempting "in the paltry artifice of emasculation... to stay the proceedings... Learn More£1,500.00
Stock Code: 128935
DARWIN, Erasmus. A Plan for the Conduct of Female Education, in Boarding Schools.
Derby : 1797First edition of Erasmus Darwin's treatise on the education of women, advocating a curriculum to include grammar, languages, arithmetic, history and science. The work originated as advice to his two illegitimate daughters, Susanna and Mary Parker, for whom he had bought a converted inn to run as a school for girls. Though still aiming to produce informed... Learn More£1,500.00
Stock Code: 126077
PARETO, Vilfredo. The Mind and Society.
New York : 1935First edition in English, first printing, of Pareto's principal contribution to sociology, Trattato di Sociologia Generale, first published in Florence in 1916. The work enjoyed a vogue in the United States in the 1930s. "While Pareto's contributions did not equal those of his great contemporaries Durkheim and Weber, he should be ranked very high indeed... Learn More£375.00
Stock Code: 131510
BENTHAM, Jeremy. Chrestomathia. Being a Collection of Papers, explanatory of the Design of an Institution, Proposed to be set on foot, under the name of The Chrestomathic Day School, for the extension of the new system of instruction to the higher branches of learning, fo
London : 1816First public edition, a re-issue of the original sheets of part I, with a cancel title page, of Bentham's main work on education, together with the first edition of part II.
"In 1814 Bentham became interested in a scheme, sponsored by Francis Place, James Mill, and others, to extend the Lancastrian scheme of instruction to Higher Education. He not... Learn More£3,250.00
Stock Code: 101335
VEBLEN, Thorstein. The Theory of the Leisure Class.
New York : 1899First edition of the Norwegian-American professor's first published book, his most successful work. Veblen's thesis was a serious economic analysis of contemporary America, but after William Dean Howells gave the book a rave review as a social satire, it became a best-seller. "Into it he poured all the acidulous ideas and fantastic terminology that... Learn More£3,750.00
Stock Code: 129325
BENTHAM, Jeremy. The Rationale of Reward.
London : 1825First edition in English, and first separate edition. The work was originally published as part of the Théorie des Peines et des Récompenses, of 1811, a compilation made by Dumont from two sets of manuscripts by Bentham, one in English, and the other, the Essai sur les Récompenses, in French. This English translation was made by Richard Smith, who... Learn More£550.00
Stock Code: 101521
MAIN, Jackson Turner. The Social Structure of Revolutionary America.
Princeton, NJ : 1965First edition, first printing, of the American Revolution and colonial historian's pioneering work in quantitative social history. Main (1917-2003) published seven books during his lifetime, all of which drew extensively on thousands of archival documents and records. His grandfather, the American historian Frederick Jackson Turner, was best known for... Learn More£50.00
Stock Code: 117396
BENTLEY, Nicolas. Sticking it to the Man.
[1960s]A hippy blows a defiant raspberry at the Establishment, represented by Judge, Priest, General (whited out), and Policeman. The cartoons and illustrations of Nicolas Bentley (1907-1978) were part of the warp and weft of English popular culture in the 1950s and 60s. Never savage, though often waspishly accurate and exuding an urbane air of amusement at... Learn More£200.00
Stock Code: 100802
GREGORY, John. A Father's Legacy to his Daughters.
London : 1774Second edition, first published the same year, and one of several editions published in 1774. "After the death of his wife, on 29 September 1761, Gregory wrote A Father's Legacy to his Daughters to relieve his loneliness and to record her opinions about the education of their two surviving daughters... He may have incorporated the advice given him by... Learn More£350.00
Stock Code: 130297
(JOHNSON, Samuel.) [DODSLEY, Robert] The Preceptor: containing A General Course of Education.
London : 1783Eighth edition of this popular 18th-century epitome of contemporary learning, first published in 1748. Robert Dodsley compiled the work, though it is perhaps most notable for its preface by Samuel Johnson, who also contributed "The Vision of Theodore", a moralist allegory of human life, which Johnson is reputed by Boswell to have thought "the best thing... Learn More£750.00
Stock Code: 127217
(BOOTH, Charles.) SMITH, Sir Hubert Llewellyn (ed.) The New Survey of London Life & Labour.
London : 1930-1935First edition, a major re-evaluation by the London School of Economics of Charles Booth's Life and Labour of the People in London, a generation on from its publication. Booth's (1840-1916) study, a key resource for the social and economic history of late Victorian London, was based on findings collected between 1886 and 1902, with editions published... Learn More£7,500.00
Stock Code: 136589
MOIVRE, Abraham de; Roberto Gaeto, translator & prefator. La Dottrina degli azzardi applicata ai problemi della probabilitá della vita, delle pensioni vitalizie, reversioni, tontine, ec.
Milan : 1776First edition in Italian of part of de Moivre's early and important contribution to the calculus of games of chance and probability theory, one of the first instructional texts on the subject, which together with the works of Montmort and Bernoulli was one of the most important books written on the subject in the early eighteenth century. His introduction... Learn More£1,750.00
Stock Code: 133671
DUPONT DE NEMOURS, Pierre Samuel. De l'origine et des progrès d'une science nouvelle.
London & Paris : 1768First edition of undoubtedly one of the scarcest of Dupont's works, and probably one of the most successful publications promoting physiocracy. The work is based on Le Mercier de la Rivière's L'Ordre naturel et essentiel des Sociétés politiques (with which it is here bound), which Adam Smith referred to as "the most distinct and best connected account... Learn More£12,500.00
Stock Code: 93587
PETTY, William. Political Arithmetick,
London : 1691Second edition, first published the previous year, of what is by title at least Petty's key work, posthumously published. After training as a doctor and being admitted to the College of Physicians, Petty worked for many years as an administrator in Ireland, and was a founding member of the Royal Society. He has gone down in history as the originator... Learn More£4,250.00
Stock Code: 127275
DURKHEIM, Emile. Education and Sociology.
London : 1953First edition in English, first impression, of three essays by "one of the most important theorists in the development of modern sociology" (Barnes p. 213). The first of his works to be published posthumously, it was originally published in France in 1922. This edition includes the translation of Bouglé's original introduction as well as the additional... Learn More£125.00
Stock Code: 117126
DURKHEIM, Émile. Les Formes élémentaires de la vie religieuse.
Paris : 1912First edition, first impression, of one of the author's most influential works, his sociological study of religion. "In his last great work, The Elementary Forms of the Religious Life, Durkheim gave his most compelling demonstration of the structuralist method, tracing relationships between social organization, religious beliefs, and such fundamental... Learn More£1,250.00
Stock Code: 114093
TAWNEY, R. H. Equality.
London : 1931First edition, first impression of one of the key works by the historian and political thinker Tawney (1880-1962). "Equality was an important milestone in the development of socialist thinking in Britain and a prescient guide to the intentions and achievements of the Labour governments after 1945" (Goldman, The Life of R. H. Tawney, p.193).... Learn More£75.00
Stock Code: 141045
DURKHEIM, Émile. Les Formes élémentaires de la vie religieuse.
Paris : 1912First edition, first impression, presentation copy inscribed by the author on the half-title "A mon collegue D. Parodi, Bien cordialement, E. Durkheim". The recipient, Dominique Parodi (1870-1955), was among Durkheim's collaborators on their journal Année sociologique, subsequently the General Inspector of Public Instruction in France from... Learn More£5,500.00
Stock Code: 140596
WINTER, Ella. Red Virtue.
New York : 1933First edition, first printing. Inscribed by the author "So have I, and it still does. Ella Winter" below the printed epigraph "I've seen The Future - and it works!", supplied by Lincoln Steffens, the American journalist whom Winter married in 1924. Scarce in the dust jacket. Learn More£375.00
Stock Code: 107240
DEPARCIEUX, Antoine. Essai sur les probabilités de la durée de la vie humaine;
Paris : 1746First edition. "After long investigations of tontines, individual families, and religious communities, Deparcieux published his results in the famous Essai sur les probabilités de la durée de la vie humaine (Paris, 1746; suppl., 1760), one of the first statistical works of its kind. It consists of treatises on annuities, mortality, and life annuities.... Learn More£2,750.00
Stock Code: 112142
HEGEL, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich. Grundlinien der Philosophie des Rechts.
Berlin : 1821First edition of Hegel's Outline of the Philosophy of Right, complete with the secondary title page. Compiled from a series of lectures the author gave at Heidelberg University in 1819-1820, the work offers Hegel's most extensive and mature statement of his political philosophy, widely esteemed as among the greatest works in political thought. "The... Learn More£2,750.00
Stock Code: 138485
(WELLS, H. G.) MORE, Sir Thomas. Utopia.
London : September 1908First edition of More's Utopia with Wells's introduction, this copy inscribed by Wells incorporating one of his "picshuas", a sketch of a baby-faced flower denominated (somewhat in the manner of Edward Lear's nonsense botany), "To sketch Utopiana Grandiflora, from H. G. Wells". This edition appeared as part Blackie & Son's Red Letter Library... Learn More£3,500.00
Stock Code: 137554
[HOLBACH, Paul Henri Thiry, baron d'.] Système Social,
Paris : 1795Early edition of the atheist and materialist philosopher's treatise in which he develops his concept of "ethocracy", or a just state whose main purpose is the general welfare. Holbach's theory of ethocracy "is presented in several works published during the 1770's, La politique naturelle (Natural Politics, 1773), Système social (The Social System,... Learn More£200.00
Stock Code: 113008
PICHON, Thomas-Jean. La Physique de l'Histoire,
Amsterdam : 1765One of two 1765 editions of Pichon's work, the other printed in The Hague (also issued with a London-imprint title page), of unknown priority. The French churchman Thomas Jean-Pichon (1731-1812) can be claimed as part of the anti-philosophe reaction, with his writings countering the enlightenment and the Encyclopédie. The present work is a study of... Learn More£2,750.00
Stock Code: 129387
LÉVI-STRAUSS, Claude. Structural Anthropology.
London : 1977First UK edition, first impression, of this groundbreaking work, key to the development of structuralism. The two volumes were originally published in Paris in 1958 and 1973 respectively, the latter being the year Lévi-Strauss was elected to the Académie français. Learn More£850.00
Stock Code: 119877
(WHITEHEAD, Alfred North.) CARY, Joyce. Power in Men.
London : 1939First edition, first impression of Cary's work of political philosophy. Signed by Cary on the title page and with his presentation inscription to the front free endpaper, "A. N. Whitehead from his obliged and grateful reader the author." Alfred North Whitehead was one of the foremost philosophers of his age, co-author with Bertrand Russell of Principia... Learn More£400.00
Stock Code: 38517
HARGRAVE, John. Kibbo Kift.
London : 1931First edition of this rare Kibbo Kift handbook written by "Head Man" of the Kindred, John "White Fox" Hargrave (1894-1982). All original Kibbo Kift productions are rare, and this one apparently particularly so, with no copy recorded on Copac or OCLC.
The Kindred of the Kibbo Kift imbued Baden-Powell's scouting movement with millenarian world-healing... Learn More£750.00
Stock Code: 126157
ROWNTREE, B. Seebohm, & Bruno Lasker. Unemployment.
London : 1911First edition, first impression, of this collaborative work between sociologist Benjamin Seebohm Rowntree (18711954) and writer Bruno Lasker (18801965). Presentation copy inscribed by the authors on the front free endpaper: "Theodore H. Rowntree with kind regards from the authors. 6.xi.1911". Theodore Hotham Rowntree (1867-1949) was Seebohm's cousin.... Learn More£90.00
Stock Code: 140983
[GAYA, Louis de.] Matrimonial Ceremonies Display'd:
London : 1748First edition under this title, originally written in Italian but first published in French as Les ceremonies nuptiales de toutes les nations in 1680, with Italian and English translations first appearing in 1685, the English one as Nuptial Rites. Louis de Gaya's account of the plurality of marriage rituals across the world held a great fascination... Learn More£975.00
Stock Code: 125235
MONTESSORI, Maria. Il Metodo della pedagogia scientifica applicato all'educazione infantile nelle case dei bambini.
Castello : 1909First edition, first issue, of the Italian reformer's pioneering first work, the exposition of the theory behind her groundbreaking educational techniques; a landmark in the history of education. The later issue by Bretschneider in Rome has a new imprint slip pasted onto the title.
First a student of engineering, then medicine - both of which were... Learn More£1,750.00
Stock Code: 139362
BLOCH, Ernst. Geist der Utopie.
Munich & Leipzig : 1918First edition of Bloch's first book, a treatise on the spirit of utopian thought, in which he touches on themes which would occupy him throughout his life, particularly that of the "Not-Yet-Conscious."
Bloch (1885-1977) "stands alone in his attempt to graft on to the inherited doctrine of Marxism a complete metaphysic, cosmology, and speculative... Learn More£1,750.00
Stock Code: 126033
HAYAKAWA, S. I. Language In Action.
1939An early typescript of a fundamental work on language. The author was inspired by the work of groundbreaking semanticist Alfred Korzybski, applying his theories to sociology and politics in reaction to the fascist use of language to oppress. Hayakawa was a lecturer at the Armour Institute of Technology in 1939 and this copy is likely from an edition... Learn More£2,000.00
Stock Code: 52003
DUPONT DE NEMOURS, Pierre Samuel. Sur l'éducation nationale dans les États-Unis d'Amérique. Seconde édition.
Paris : 1812.Stated second edition but apparently the first printed. Schelle cites a "Philadelphia 1800" edition (no. 74) but we have been unable to locate a copy and it is apparently unrecorded. Dupont had published in 1793 a work of 47 pages entitled Vues sur l'éducation nationale par un cultivateur ou moyen de simplifier l'instruction, de la rendre à la fois... Learn More£1,250.00
Stock Code: 113624
[VASCO, Giambattista,] & Mr. Beardé de l'Abbaye. La félicité publique considérée dans les paysans cultivateurs de leurs propres terres.
Lausanne : 1770First edition in French of the Italian economist's La Felicità pubblica (1769), discussing the states benefits of letting farmers own the land they work, and the scope of that ownership, if granted at all. The pastedowns are title pages for a 1772 Paris edition of Ludovico Antonio Muratori's Traité sur le bonheur public, which was... Learn More£600.00
Stock Code: 141265
BOTERO, Giovanni. Della Ragion di Stato, Libri Dieci. Con tre Libri Delle Cause Della Grandezza e Magnificenza Delle Città.
Venice : 1589First edition. Botero's work is in two parts. The first part is his most famous contribution to political philosophy. Entitled "The Reason of State", Botero provides an extended discussion of the moral question of acting in the state's best interests, and offers a direct rebuttal to the ideas espoused by Machiavelli. A champion of the counter-reformation,... Learn More£5,500.00
Stock Code: 124167
[DEFOE, Daniel.] Conjugal Lewdness: or, Matrimonial Whoredom.
London : 1727First edition, rare first issue. Contemporary critics attacked the work's title, which, according to Defoe, was viewed as "a Breach upon Modesty" and offensive to their ears, and the book was reissued the same year with a cancel title page, more politely titled as A Treatise concerning the Use and Abuse of the Marriage Bed. The first issue is rare,... Learn More£37,500.00
Stock Code: 124762
CAREY, Henry Charles. Principles of Social Science.
Philadelphia : 1858-9First edition. Carey is often considered the founder of the American school of economics, notable for his criticism of British classical economic theory, his support of Alexander Hamilton's idea of protectionism in relation to American industry, and for his position as Lincoln's chief economic advisor. This is his second major work, the first being... Learn More£1,250.00
Stock Code: 117073
SMILES, Samuel. Life and Labour.
London : 1887First edition. Samuel Smiles (1812-1904) had achieved wide fame with his 1859 work Self-Help, which promoted self-reliance and self-improvement, and has been seen as one of the defining texts of the Victorian era. "Believing that his essential message was only partially accepted and cautious about the effect of the extension of the franchise in 1867,... Learn More£75.00
Stock Code: 124687
HAGGARD, H. Rider. Regeneration
1910First edition, first impression, presentation copy, with the author's signed inscription facing the title page, "To Ronald Ross, from H. Rider Haggard, Ditchingham, 12 January 1911". The recipient was Haggard's friend, the Nobel laureate Sir Ronald Ross (1857-1932). Awarded the Nobel for medicine (the first Briton to be awarded one) in recognition of... Learn More£950.00
Stock Code: 28655
DUCHESNE. Code de la police, ou analyse des reglemens de police; divisé en douze titres.
Paris : 1757One of two duodecimo editions published in 1757; OCLC lists copies with the same title, date and imprint, with xlii, (6) and 485 pages, whereas our copy comprises the title, 390 pages, plus the leaf of approbation, with 3 leaves removed between the end of the text and the leaf of approbation, which together with the title page seems to be printed on... Learn More£1,100.00
Stock Code: 126367
PARETO, Raffaele. Del mal uso che si fa delle medie nelle scienze fisiche e sociali:
Modena : 1869First edition. Inscribed by the author on the title page: "All'egregio sig. Prof. Gilberto Gavi?". Father of the famous economist and sociologist Vilfredo Pareto, Raffaele Pareto (1812-1882) was a prominent civil engineer whose career began in France where he had sought exile following his involvement with Giuseppe Mazzini's movement for Italian unification... Learn More£425.00
Stock Code: 114087
COMTE, Auguste. Cours de philosophie positive.
Paris : 1830-42First edition of Comte's most important work, the canonical statement of positivism. It is in the prodigious Cours that he lays the foundations of his system, establishing, under the conception of the Law of the Three States, the new sociology in its historical and formal relations to the other sciences. "The remarkable achievement of Comte, all arguments... Learn More£3,500.00
Stock Code: 110733
ITARD, Jean Marc Gaspard. De l'Éducation d'un Homme Sauvage,
Paris : 1801First edition of Itard's first account of his attempted education of Victor, the Wild Boy of Aveyron. Itard was a French physician noted for his work with deaf-mutes, but his attempts to educate Victor were a failure. Some have considered this to be the first documented case of autism. Though that diagnosis is controversial, Victor of Aveyron is probably... Learn More£4,750.00
Stock Code: 41810
(ECONOMICS.) HISKETT, W. R. Social Credits or Socialism.
London : 1935First edition, first impression. "Major Douglas Examined!" shouts the dust jacket: an important contribution to the literature concerning the Social Credit theory of Major C. H. Douglas. This was hotly debated in the 1920s and 30s and influenced, in particular, the work and thinking of the poet Ezra Pound. "Attempts to discredit social credit on both... Learn More£50.00
Stock Code: 96267
COMMONS, John R. Proportional Representation.
New York : 1896Scarce first edition, published as volume VIII of Crowell's Library of Economics and Politics, edited by Richard T. Ely. One of the founders of the Institutional School of economics, Commons (1862-1945) was both a theorist and a successful maker of economic policy, as well as an important historian of industrial society and labour movements. He was... Learn More£350.00
Stock Code: 101294