The Validity of International Gold Movement Statistics.Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1955 Stock Code: 141151
NotesFirst edition of this work by the German-American economist Morgenstern (1902-1977), "examining the statistics of international gold movements for their reliability and usefulness" (Introduction). Published as the second number in the Princeton Special Papers in International Economics.
Octavo. Original pale grey printed wrappers, staple-bound.
8 charts, of which 2 folding, and 3 tables.
Wrappers lightly toned and creased, a few minor spots to front wrapper, light rubbing to rear wrapper, a few corners turned and occasional light creasing to margins of text block. A very good copy.
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