New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1903.
Revised edition. xiii, , 304 pp. 8vo. Publisher's brown cloth. Spine ends frayed. Haskins & Sells compliments slip tipped in. Dennistoun 516; Larson 1510. Item #316858
"American economist Frederick Albert Cleveland (1865-1946) led a high-profile career which included leading budget reform movements and serving as financial adviser to President Taft. The present work was published during his early days in academia at the University of Pennsylvania. As an overview of money and credit funds, it serves as a thorough introduction, although Larson critiques its lack of historical information" (Dennistoun). First published in 1902.