A Bibliography of A.C. Pigou

in Ryo Hongo, The Philosophy and Economics of A.C. Pigou, Nagoya University Press, 2007.
(awarded the Academic Prize of the Japanese Society for the History of Economic Thought, 2008)


    American Economic Review
    Contemporary Review
    Economic Journal
    International Journal of Ethics
    Journal of the Royal Statistical Society
    Southern Economic Journal

    "Eton v. Harrow", The Harrovian.
    Alfred the Great, A Poem which obtained the Chanceller's Medal, at the Cambridge Commencement, MDCCCXCIX.
    "Economic Crises. By Edward D. Jones," EJ: 523-6.
    "The Science of Civilization. By Cecil Balfour Phipson," EJ: 526-7.
    "Economic Crises. By Edward D. Jones," EJ: 523-6.
    Robert Browning as a Religious Teacher. Being the Burney Essay for 1900, C.J. Clay and Sons.
    "Some Aspects of the Problem of Charity," In The Heart of the Empire, pp.236-61., T. Fisher Unwin, London.
    "Social Justice. By W.W. Willoughby," EJ: 75-6.
    "The Cely Papers: Selections from the Correspondence and Memoranda of the Cely Family, Merchants of the Staple, AD.1475-1488. Edited for the Royal Historical Society by Henly Elliot Malden," EJ: 76-7.
    "The Despatches and Correspondence of John, Second Earl of Buckinghamshire, Ambassador to the Court of Catherine U, of Russia, 1762?5. Edited for the Royal Historical Society, with Introduction and Notes, By Adelaide D'Aroy Collyer," EJ: 77.
    "A Plain Examination of Socialism. By Gustave Simonson," EJ: 77-8.
    "Government in Switzerland. By John Matin Vincent, Associate Professor in John Hopkins University," EJ: 202-3.
    "Outlines of Economics. By Richard T. Ely, Professor in University of Wisconsin," EJ: 391-2.
    "The Causes and Effects of Changes in the Relative Values of Agricultural Produce in the United Kingdom during the Last Fifty Years," in A.C. Pigou Collection (Marshall Library of Economics).
    "The Control of Trusts. By J.B. Clark, Professor in Columbia University," EJ: 63-7.
    "A Parallel between Economics and Political Theory," EJ: 274-7.
    "The Theory of Prosperity. By Simon N. Patten, Professor in University of Pennsylvania," EJ: 370-3.
    "The Theory of Value before Adam Smith. By Hannah Robie Sewall," EJ: 374-5.
    "A Point of Theory connected with the Corn Tax," EJ: 415-20.
    The Riddle of the Tariff, R.B. Johnson, London.
    "Is an Economics Tripos necessary", Cambridge Review, June 4, 1903: 346-7.
    "Some Remarks on Utility," EJ: 58-68.
    "Financial Crises and Periods of Industrial and Commercial Depression. By Theodore E. Burton," EJ: 73-4.
    C.F. Bastable, A.L. Bowley, E. Cannan, F.Y. Edgeworth, A. Marshall, J.S. Nicholson, A.C. Pigou, L.L. Price..., " Professors of Economics and the Tariff Question," The Times, Aug 15, 1903: 4.
    "Professors of Economics on Fiscal Policy," The Times, Aug 24, 1903: 6.
    "The Economics of Mr. Balfour's Manifesto," The Times, Sep 18, 1903: 4.
    "Consumers and Producers," The Times, Nov 10, 1903: 15.
    "Consumers and Producers," The Times, Nov 14, 1903: 14.
    "To the Editor of The Times," The Times, Dec 3, 1903: 5.
    "Dumping," The Times, Dec 14, 1903: 3.
    Insular Free Trade: a reply to Mr. Balfour's pamphlet (Marshall Library of Economics).
    "Pure Theory and the Fiscal Controversy," EJ: 29-33.
    "Free Trade and the Empire. By Prof. William Graham," EJ: 267-8.
    "Monopoly and Consumers' Surplus," EJ: 388-94.
    "The Known and the Unknown in Mr. Chamberlain's Policy," The Fortnightly Review: 36-8.
    "Mr. Chamberlain's Proposals," The Edinburgh Review: 449-76.
    "Mr. Chamberlain's Speech," The Times, May 16, 1904: 11.
    Principles and Methods of Industrial Peace, Macmillan.
    "Prof. Dietzel on Dumping and Retaliation," EJ: 436-43.
    "Mr. Chamberlain on Industrial Enterprise," The Times, May 29, 1905: 14.
    Protective and Preferential Import Duties, Macmillan.
    "The Unity of Political and Economic Science," EJ: 372-80.
    "The Ethics of Gospels," IJE, vol.17, 1906-07: 275-90.
    "Protection and the Working Classes," The Edinburgh Review: 1-32.
    "Emigrazione di Uomini ed Esportazione di Merci. By Prof. L. Fontana-Russo," EJ: 114.
    "Commercio internazionale. By G. de Francisi Gerbino," EJ: 262-3.
    "The Tariff and the Trusts. By Franklin Pierce," EJ: 263-4.
    "The Incidence of Import Duties," EJ: 289-94.
    "Social Improvement in the Light of Modern Biology," EJ: 358-69.
    "Trattato di Politica Commerciale. By Prof. Luigi Fontana-Russo," EJ: 414-5.
    "The Principles of Economics. vol.1, By Prof. A. Marshall. 5th edn.," EJ: 532-5.
    "Memorandum on Some Economic Aspects and Effects of Poor Law Relief," in Royal Commission on the Poor Laws and Relief of Distress(Cd.5068, Minutes of Evidence, Appendix vol.9, 1910: 981-1000).
    "Some Points of Ethical Controversy," IJE, vol.18, 1907-08: 99-107.
    "The Ethics of Nietzsche," IJE, vol.18, 1907-08: 343-55.
    "Old-Age Pensions," The Times, Oct 24, 1907: 6.
    "Mr. Sidney Webb on Socialist Facts," The Times, Nov 5, 1907: 7.
    The Problem of Theism, and Other Essays, Macmillan.
    Economic Science in Relation to Practice; An Inaugural Lecture, 30 Oct. 1908, Macmillan.
    "Equilibrium under Bilateral Monopoly," EJ: 205-20.
    "Old-Age Pensions," The Times, June 24, 1908: 7.
    The Policy of Land Taxation, Lomgmans Green & Co.
    An Ecomomist's View of Co-partnership, (To be read at the half-yearly Meeting of the Labour Co-partnership Association at Ketterring, 1 May 1909).
    "The Budget: The Increment and Reversion Duties," The Times, July 2, 1909: 10.
    "The Increment and Reversion Duties," The Times, July 7, 1909: 8.
    "The Increment and Reversion Duties," The Times, July 8, 1909: 8.
    "Windfalls," The Times, July 22, 1909: 8.
    "Taxes on Capital," The Times, Aug 28, 1909: 10.
    "Correspondence," Journal of the Society for Psychical Research, vol. 4: 161.
    "Producers' and Consumers' Surplus," EJ: 358-70.
    "A Method of Determining the Numerical Value of Elasticities of Demand," EJ: 636-40.
    "The Problem of Involuntary Idleness" in Compte-rendu de la conf?rence internationale du chomage. Internationale Konferenz uber Arbeitslosigkeit. International Conference on Unemployment. Paris, 18-21 septembre 1910, Paris: Marcel Riviere, 1911, vol. 3, rapport 24: 1-10.
    Wealth and Welfare, Macmillan.
    "The Coal Strike and the Minimum Wage," The Times, Mar 5, 1912: 7.
    "The Incidence of Wheat Taxes," The Times, Dec 12, 1912: 11.
    Unemployment, Williams & Norgate, London.
    "The Interdependence of Different Sources of Demand and Supply in a Market," EJ: 19-24.
    "Experiments in Industrial Organisation. By Edward Cadbury, with a Preface by Prof. W.J. Ashley," EJ: 116-7.
    "Intorno al concetto di Reddito Imponibile e di un sistema d'imposte sul reddito consumato. By Luigi Einaudi," EJ: 260-3.
    "Good and Bad Trade: An Enquiry into the Causes of Trade Fluctuations. By R.G. Hawtrey," EJ: 580-3.
    "Railway Rates and Joint Cost," QJE, May 1913: 535-6.
    "Railway Rates and Joint Cost," QJE, August 1913: 687-92.
    "Vorlesungen uber Nationalokonomie auf Grundlage des Marginalprinzipes. By Knut Wicksell," EJ: 605-6.
    Rowntree, B.S. & Pigou, A.C., Lecture on Housing; the Warburton Lectures for 1914, Manchester Univ. Press.
    "Business Cycles. By Wesley Clair Mitchell," EJ: 78-81.
    "The Vagaries of Recent Political Economy: A Reply and a Rejoinder," The Quarterly Review, vol.220: 174-6.
    "Incidence of Taxation: Prof. Pigou's Reply to Lord Esher," The Times, May 13, 1914: 9.
    "Prof. Pigou and the Sanguine Science," The Times, May 16, 1914: 9.
    "Incidence of Taxation: Prof. Pigou's Works," The Times, June 5, 1914: 9.
    "Grants in Aid of Housing: The Analogy with the old Poor Law," The Times, June 16, 1914: 9.
    "A Plea for the Statement of the Allies' Terms," The Nation (London), 6 Feb. 1915: 590-1
    "Sources and Methods of Paying for the War," CR, Dec. 1915.
    "Some Aspects of the Tariff Question. By F.W. Taussig," EJ: 579-82.
    The Economy and Finance of the War : Being a Discussion of the Real Costs of the War and the Way in which They should be met, J.M. Dent, London.
    "The Disorganisation Industry,Commerce and Finance: the Problems to be faced," In The Reorganization of Industry, Ruskin College, Oxford: 4-17.
    "Interest after the War and the Export of Capital," EJ: 413-24.
    "Labour Problems after the War," CR, Sep. 1916: 334-45.
    "The Need for More Taxation," The Economist, 25 Nov: 1003-4.
    "The Need for More Taxation," The Economist, 9 Dec: 1087.
    "The Need for Taxation," The Economist, 23 Dec: 1180-1.
    "The Economics of the War Loan," EJ: 16-25.
    "Inflation," EJ: 486-94.
    "The Value of Money," QJE, 32, Nov. 1917: 38-65.
    "The Income-Tax," The Times, Apr 23, 1917: 9.
    "A Plea for Higher Income Tax," CR, Jan. 1918: 35-9.
    "The Control of Prices during the War," CR, Aug. 1918: 164-72.
    "A Special Levy to Discharge War Debt," EJ: 135-56.
    "Government Control in War and Peace," EJ: 363-73.
    "Industry and Trade. By Alfred Marshall," EJ: 443-50.
    "The Burden of War and Future Generations," QJE, 33, Feb. 1919: 242-55.
    "The Problem of the National Debt," CR, Dec.
    "Memorandum by Prof. Pigou on the Fiduciary Note issued after the War," in Cunliffe Committee on Currency and Foreign Exchanges after the War, 1919: 96-102.
    "Note by Prof. Pigou on the Proposal to Prohibit Gold Imports except to the Bank of England and to Sell Gold for Use in the Arts at a Premium," in Cunliffe Committee on Currency and Foreign Exchanges after the War, 1919: 103.
    "The Effect of Amalgamating the Issue and Banking Departments of the Bank of England," in Cunliffe Committee on Currency and Foreign Exchanges after the War, 1919: 143-4.
    "War Fortunes: Difficulties of a Special Levy. An Alternative," The Times, Oct 27, 1919: 8.
    The War and Social Reform, Reprinted from Scientia, 25, Bologna, Nicola Zanichelli, (Marshall Library of Economics).
    The Economics of Welfare, Macmillan, 1st edn., 1920, 2nd edn., 1924, 3rd edn., 1929, 4th edn., 1932.
    A Capital Levy and a Levy on War Wealth, Oxford Univ. Press.
    "Memorandum on Credit, Currency and Exchange Fluctuations, Paper No.13, International Financial Conference, Brussels, printed for the League of Nations, 1920.
    "The Problem of the Currency," CR, Feb.
    "Co-operative Societies and Income Tax," EJ: 156-62.
    "Some Problems of Foreign Exchange," EJ: 460-72.
    "The Report of the Royal Commission on the British Income Tax," QJE, 34, Aug. 1920: 607-25.
    "The Exchanges and The Bank Rate: A Case for Dear Money," The Times, Feb 12, 1920: 10.
    "Dear Money: A Remedy for High Prices. The Inducement to save," The Times, Mar 1, 1920: 10.
    "Currency Notes: Effect of a sudden Withdrawal. A maximum legal Issue," The Times, Apr 12, 1920: 10.
    "The Corporation Tax," The Times, Apr 24, 1920: 10.
    "The Floating Debt: Alternative to Capital Levy," The Times, June 7, 1920: 8.
    "The Miner's Claims: Burdens of Poorer Fields," The Times, Sep 18, 1920: 9.
    Political Economy of War, Macmillan, 1st edn., 1921, 2nd edn., 1940.
    "Unemployment," CR, Dec.
    "A Treatise on Probability. By J.M. Keynes," EJ: 507-12.
    "Mr. and Mrs. Webb on Consumers' Co-operation," EJ: 53-7.
    "Le Prelevement Extraordinaire sur le Capital dans l'Empire Allemand. By Victor Badulesco," EJ: 215-7.
    "Trade Boards and the Cave Committee," EJ: 315-24.
    "Empty Economic Boxes: A Reply," EJ: 458-65.
    "The Real Ratio of International Interchange", in J.M. Keynes (ed.), Reconstruction in Europe, vol.3, Dec 7, 1922: 664-6.
    "The Private Use of Money," CR, Apr.
    "Long and Short Hirings," CR, Sep.
    "The Foreign Exchanges," QJE, 37, Nov 1922: 52-74.
    "The Burden of Income-Tax: Enterprise at a Discount. Penalizing Children's Allowances," The Times, Jan 11, 1922: 11.
    "Labour Manifesto: Capital Levy and the Land. Representation without Taxation," The Times, Oct 30, 1922: 13.
    "Labour and the Capital Levy: Still the Official Policy. Sir Josiah Stamp's Condemnation," The Times, Nov 4, 1922: 11.
    Essays in Applied Economics, P.S. King, London.
    "Some Alpine Expeditions in 1922," Alpine Journal.
    "Prices and Wages from 1896-1914," EJ: 163-71.
    "Games," The Nation and the Athenaeum, 19 May 1923: 224-5.
    "The Matterhorn in a Snowstorm," The Nation and the Athenaeum, Dec 22, 1923: 460-1.
    "Capital Levy: Matters for a Royal Commission," The Times, May 1, 1923: 9.
    "Capital Levy," The Times, May 7, 1923: 8.
    "Correctives of the Trade Cycle," in W.T. Layton(ed.), Is Unemployment Inevitable? An Analysis and Forecast, A Continuation of the Investigations Embodied in "The Third Winter of Unemployment" Published in 1923, Macmillan, 1924: 91-131.
    "Poetry and Philosophy," CR, June.
    Memorials of Alfred Marshall (ed.), Macmillan.
    "Prof. Edgeworth's Collected Papers," EJ: 177-85.
    "Problems of Compensation," EJ: 568-82.
    J.S. Bradbury, G. Farrer, O.E. Niemeyer, A.C. Pigou, "Return to Gold Standard: Treasury Committee's Proposals. Amalgamation of Note Issues," The Times, Apr 29, 1925: 11.
    "A Contribution to the Theory of Credit," EJ: 215-27.
    "Economics at the Universities: The Cambridge Faculty. Examiners and Lecturers," The Times, Nov 19, 1926: 15.
    Industrial Fluctuations, Macmillan, 1st edn., 1927, 2nd edn., 1929.
    The Economic Position of Great Britain, Special Memorandum No.23, Royal Economic Society, July, 1927.
    "The Law of Diminishing and Increasing Cost," EJ: 188-97.
    "Wage Policy and Unemployment," EJ: 355-68.
    A Study in Public Finance, Macmillan, 1st edn., 1928, 2nd edn., 1929, 3rd edn., 1947.
    "An Analysis of Supply," EJ: 238-57.
    "Safeguarded Industries," The Times, Nov 17, 1928: 8.
    The Functions of Economic Analysis (Sidney Ball Lecture, 27 May 1929), Oxford Univ. Press, 1929.
    "The Monetary Theory of the Trade Cycle: Review and Discussion with R.G.Hawtrey," EJ: 183-94 and 636-43.
    "Disturbances of Equilibrium in International Trade," EJ: 344-56.
    "Unemployment policy," The Times, June 6. 1930: 12.
    "The Statistical Derivation of Demand Curves," EJ: 384-400.
    A.C. Pigou & D.H. Robertson, Economic Essays and Adresses, P.S. King.
    "A Treatise on Money. By J.M. Keynes," The Nation and the Athenaeum, Jan 24, 1931.
    "Work and Wages," The Times, June 17, 1931: 10.
    "The Effect of Reparations on the Ratio of International Interchange," EJ: 532-43.
    "Private Economy: Wise Spending and Wise Saving," The Times, June 7, 1932: 10.
    W.H. Beveridge, A.C. Pigou, D.H. Robertson, A. Salter c, "The Cost of Education: Discussions of Economy," The Times, Sep 14, 1932: 6.
    D.H. Macgregor, A.C. Pigou, J.M. Keynes, W. Layton, A. Salter, J.C. Stamp, "Private Spending: Money for productive Investment. A Comment by Economists," The Times, Oct 17, 1932: 13.
    D.H. Macgregor, A.C. Pigou, J.M. Keynes, W. Layton, A. Salter, J.C. Stamp, "Spending and Saving: What are national Resources? The Economists' Reply," The Times, Oct 21, 1932: 15.
    "High Prices: Stimulus to more Production," The Times, Nov 11, 1932: 10.
    The Theory of Unemployment, Macmillan.
    "A Note on Imperfect Competition," EJ: 108-12.
    "Price Policy: Sterling and its Task. A Possible Lead to the World," The Times, Jan 6, 1933: 13.
    "The Elasticity of Demand from Family Budgets, Note," QJE, 47, Feb. 1933: 342.
    "A Note on Mr. Hicks' Distribution Formula," Economica, May 1933: 143-6.
    "To the Editor of The Time," The Times, Feb 21, 1933: 13.
    "Public Works: The Test of Cost," The Times, July 25, 1933: 10.
    "Rising of Real Wage Rates: Effect on Employment," The Times, Aug 4, 1933: 6.
    "The Elasticity of Substitution," EJ: 232-41.
    Economics in Practice: Six Lectures on Current Issues, Macmillan.
    The Economics of Stationary States, Macmillan.
    "Net Income and Capital Depletion," EJ: 235-41.
    "Marginal Utility of Money and Elasticities of Demand, Note," QJE, 50, May 1936: 532.
    "Mr. J.M. Keynes' General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money," Economica n.s.: 115-32.
    "The Webbs on Soviet Communism" EJ: 88-97.
    A.C. Pigou & C. Clark, The Economic Position of Great Britain 1935, Executive Committee of the London & Cambridge Economic Service, Royal Economic Society Memorandum no.60, 1936.
    Socialism versus Capitalism, Macmillan.
    "Real and Money Wage Rates in Relation to Unemployment," EJ: 405-22.
    "Taxation of Saving: A Reply," Economica: 204-5.
    "Money Wages in Relation to Unemployment," EJ: 134-8.
    R.F. Harrod, A.L. Bowley, D.H. Macgregor, A.C. Pigou, F.A. Hayek, J.M. Keynes, G.D.H. Cole c, "The Population Bill: A Proposal for its Amendment. Economists United," The Times, Jan 21, 1938: 13.
    "Presidential Adress: To the Royal Economic Society," EJ: 215-21.
    "Lord Stamp: Approval of other Economists," The Times, Oct 23, 1939: 4.
    "War Finance and Inflation," EJ: 461-8.
    "The Measurement of Real Income," EJ: 524-5.
    "Unemployment and Economy: A Golden Mean of Saving," The Times, Feb 8, 1940: 6.
    "Saving for the State: The Private Purse. Economies Wise and Spurious," The Times, Mar 7, 1940: 9.
    "Unemployment, 1915-1940," The Times, Nov 16, 1940: 5.
    Employment and Equilibrium, Macmillan, 1st edn., 1941, 2nd edn., 1949.
    "Newspaper Reviewers, Economics and Mathematics," EJ: 276-80.
    "The Taxation of War Wealth. By J.R. Hicks, Ursula K. Hicks and L. Rostas," EJ: 297-9.
    "Types of War Inflation," EJ: 439-48.
    "Maintaining Capital Intact," Economica.
    "The Unspent Bank Balances: Investment and Consumption in War-Time. How best to help the State," The Times, Apr 29, 1941: 5.
    "Unspent Bank Balances," The Times, May 9, 1941: 5.
    "Models of Short Period Equilibrium," EJ: 250-7.
    "Night Life on High Hills," Alpine Journal: 246-55.
    The Transition from War to Peace, Oxford Univ. Press.
    "The Classical Stationary State," EJ: 343-51.
    "Comparisons of Real Income," Economica, May 1943: 93-8.
    "The Road to Serfdom. By F.A.Hayek," EJ: 217-9.
    Lapses from Full Employment, Macmillan.
    "Some Considerations on Stability Conditions, Employment and Real Wage Rates," EJ: 346-55.
    Income, An Introduction to Economics, Macmillan.
    John Maynard Keynes: Baron Keynes of Tilton, 1883-1946, London, Geoffrey Cumberlege.
    Aspects of British Economic History 1918-1925, Macmillan.
    "Economic Progress in a Stable Environment," Economica, Aug 1947: 180-8.
    "John Harold Clapham, 1873-1946," Alpine Journal, 1947: 419-23.
    "The Balance of Trade: Good and Bad Exports. Meeting new Demands," The Times, Oct 7, 1947: 5.
    "Central Planning and Prof. Robins," Economica, Feb 1948: 17-27.
    "A Comment on Duopoly," Economica.
    "The Food Subsidies," EJ: 202-9.
    The Veil of Money, Macmillan.
    Wage Statistics and Wage Policy: University of London Stamp Memorial Lecture, Oxford Univ. Press.
    "Mill and Wage Fund," EJ: 171-80.
    "The Economic Outlook: An inescapable Choice," The Times, Oct 27, 1949: 5.
    "Claims for Wage Increases: Inflation and rising Prices," The Times, Nov 25, 1949: 5.
    Keynes' "General Theory": A Retrospective View (Two Lectures given in Cambridge in Nov 1949), Macmillan.
    "Unrequited Imports," EJ: 241-54.
    "Over-Employment," Economica, May 1950: 211-4.
    "Subscript to Note by H.G, Johnson and C.F. Carter," EJ: 839.
    C.D. Broad and A.C. Pigou, "Obituary: Dr. J.N. Keynes," EJ: 403-8.
    "Some Aspects of Welfare Economics," AER, 41, June 1951: 287-302.
    "Prof. Duesenberry on Income and Savings," EJ: 883-5.
    "Real Income and Economic Welfare," Oxford Economic Papers, n.s. vol.3-1, Jan. 1951: 16-20.
    Essays in Economics, Macmillan.
    "The Transfer Problem and Transport Costs," EJ: 939-41.
    "The Budget: Private Consumption and Import Cuts," The Times, Mar 17, 1952: 5.
    Alfred Marshall and Current Thought, Macmillan.
    "Long-run Adjustments in the Balance of Trade," Economica, Nov 1953: 295-301.
    "Power and Influence. By Lord Beveridge," Economica, Feb 1954: 73-6.
    "Cost and Output," EJ: 181-4.
    "Money Wages and Real Wages: The Limits to Increases," The Times, Feb 1, 1954: 7.
    "Real Wages," The Times, Feb 6, 1954: 7.
    Income Revisited: Being a Sequel to Income, Macmillan.
    "Signals at Danger: Public Reaction to Strikes," The Times, Apr 26, 1955: 13.
    "Wage Earnings since the War: A Comparison with 1938," The Times, July 13, 1955: 9.
    "Wage Earnings since the War: Compared with Country as a Whole," The Times, July 14, 1955: 4.
    "Overlooking Wages: "Hamlet" without the Ghost," The Times, July 29, 1955: 9.
    "Reducing Home Expenditure: A Policy with Two Purposes," The Times, Oct 15, 1955: 7.
    "Causes of Inflation," The Times, Feb 27, 1956: 9.
    "Supply of Money," The Times, Oct 14, 1957: 11.