Carroll Davidson Wright's contributions to economics
Small, Ida Frances
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The purpose of this thesis is to identify Carroll Davidson Wright's contributions to economics in three areas: Labor bureau organization and administration; Empirical investigation of labor problems; Original inquiry and report covering major economic problems. Preparation for the thesis included checking the Wright papers at Clark College, Worcester, Massachusetts; studying his Annual Reports, both state and federal; reading economic articles in the literature of the period, including articles by Carroll Wright himself. The method used is to illustrate by summary and direct quotation, his philosophy, his bureau work, his empirical investigation, and his relative importance. [TRUNCATED]
Thesis (M.A.)--Boston University
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