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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1898-1899-102

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98 FACULTY OF ARTS The Organisation of Industry-The Factory System the "Domestic System Hansindustrie &c -The "Great Industry ×™×™ in England and other Modern States The Policy of Different States with regard to the Provision of Facilities for Transport-Railways and Canals Banking and Currency-Credit Agencies-International Trade lif The Leading Principles of Public Finance The Regulation of Industry and Commerce Voluntary Associations Cooperation Trade Unionism Employers' Federations ii Legal Regulation-Factory Acts &c Methods of Dealing with Pauperism in Different Countries-Old Age Pensions 10 Employers' Liability and Workmen's Insurance Students attending this course should before doing so read Marshall's Economics of Industry or Walker's Political Economy and Cunningham and McArthur's Outlines of In- dustrial History During the course the Professor will from time to time recommend selections from various books bearing upon the subjects of the lectures and will be glad to advise students individually Section II Lent Term Wednesdays at for day students and for evening students The Lectures are intended to form an introduction of an elementary character to the study of the books and reports on questions which have recently formed the subject of statistical investigation such as rates of wages immigration and emigration the unemployed and Mr Charles Booth's Labour and Life in London They will deal with the follow- ing and other subjects -I The relation of statistics to Eco- nomics the bearing of Economic history on the investiga-
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