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Comment on 'Interindustry Economics' by Chenery and Clark

In publishing "Interindustry Economics," Hollis Chenery and Paul Clark have furnished the profession with a uniquely useful work -- both a readable textbook for the beginner, and at the same time a systematic treatise for the input-output practitioner. It is unfortunate, however, that the authors have leaned over backwards to find merits in Leontief's original model as compared with the activity analysis approach to interindustry economics. Activity analysis provides a convenient framework fo...

Modoc County, Agricultural Commissioners’ Crop Reports, 1941-1959

Anonymous (1959)
Includes individual reports from each year for 1941-1959 (1946 not issued).

Describe some of the important measures taken to improve the health of the peoples of the Commonwealth in the last 100 years.

Essay entered under category B; winner of Special prize Essays were submitted by school children in three categories, according to their age. Category A for children aged sixteen and over, category B for those aged fourteen to sixteen, and category C for those aged less than fourteen years old. Each age group was assigned a different essay title. The essay may be viewed by opening the PDF file. Higher resolution TIFF files are available. To apply for access to these, email: ....