American Journal of Economics & Sociology Vol. 60 No. 2 April 2001

Editor: Laurence Moss

The American Journal of
Economics and Sociology

Print ISSN: 0002-9246
Online ISSN: 1536-7150
Frequency: Five times a year

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Description

60th Anniversary Issue. AJES is an academic, interdisciplinary journal promotes the study of Henry George and advances the idea that academic writing must exhibit grace and clarity.

Featuring:
Will Lissner’s last unpublished essay on the origins of AJES
W. Darity, Jr., J. Dietrich, and D. K. Guilkey on the intergenerational drag hypothesis

Also
IMF Conditionality and Objections: The Russian Case
Henry George’s Land Reform: The Distinction between Private Ownership and Private Possession

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