- Author:Benjamin M. 1886-1949 Anderson
- Publisher:Nabu Press (August 29, 2010)
- Pages:234 pages
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Benjamin Anderson was born in Columbia, Missouri to Benjamin McLean Anderson, a businessman .
Benjamin Anderson was born in Columbia, Missouri to Benjamin McLean Anderson, a businessman and a politician. When he was sixteen years old, Anderson enrolled in classes at the University of Missouri in his hometown and earned his . After earning his doctoral degree, Anderson taught at Columbia University and then Harvard University. During this time, he wrote his Value of Money, a critique of the quantity theory of money. He left Harvard to join New York City's National Bank of Commerce in 1918.
Benjamin McAlester Anderson, Jr. (May 1, 1886 – January 19, 1949) was an American economist of the Austrian School. Benjamin Anderson was born in Columbia, Missouri to Benjamin McLean Anderson, a businessman and a politician.
I owe my interest in economic theory, and the greater part of my training in economic method, to the three years I spent .
I owe my interest in economic theory, and the greater part of my training in economic method, to the three years I spent in his seminar at Missouri. I am also indebted to him for substantial aid in the critical revision of the proofsheets. Social Value concept recently become important, chiefly in America, and primarily through the influence of Professor J. B. Clark-Value and social marginal utility-Relation of social-value theory to Austrian theory: Professor Clark's view; views of Böhm-Bawerk, Wieser, and Sax-Statement of the author's position: conceptions of social utility and social cost unsatisfactory, but social value concept a necessity.
A positive theory of social value. Chapter X. Value as generic-the psychology of value. Chapter XII. Social value: the theories of urban and tarde. Economic social value. Chapter XIV. ECONOMIC SOCIAL VALUE (continued). Chapter XV. Some mechanical analogies.
by Benjamin M. Anderson. Hart, Schaffner, and Marx of Chicago, who have shown a special interest in directing the attention of American youth to the study of economic and commercial subjects, and in encouraging the systematic investigation of the problems which vitally affect the business world of to-day. For this purpose they have delegated to the undersigned Committee the task of selecting topics, making all announcements, and awarding prizes annually for those who wish to compete. In the year ending June 1, 1910, the following topics were assigned:-1. The effect of labor unions on international trade.
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