This book presents the biography of Harry Gunnison Brown, one of the greatest U.S. economists. It examines his contributions by considering separately his work in the wide variety of topics that interested him and with an even treatment of his efforts.
1. Introduction 2. Land as a Factor of Production 3. Capital And Interest Theories 4. Monetary Economics 5. Taxation 6. Land Value Taxation 7. Regulation and Rate Making 8. International Trade and Finance 9. Contributions as an Educator 10. Conclusion