|<-- See earlier|
||'The use of sampling methods in national income statistics and social accounting' (with J. E. G. Utting and J. Durbin) in 'Review of the International Statistical Institute' vol. 18, pp. 21-44
||'The use and development of national income and expenditure estimates' in D. N. Chester (ed.) 'Lessons of the British War Economy' (Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, 1951) pp. 83-101
||'Recent developments in national income and social accounting' (with Milton Gilbert) in 'Bulletin de l'Institut International de Statistique' vol. XXXIV, pp. 367-97
||'Linear expenditure systems and demand analysis: an application to the pattern of British demand' in 'Economic Journal' vol. LXIV, no. 255, pp. 511-27
||'The way the money went' in 'The Times', 25 and 26 Feb. 1954
||'The Measurement of Consumers' Expenditure and Behaviour in the United Kingdom 1920-1938' vol. I (Cambridge University Press: Cambridge 1954)
||'Input-output and the social accounts' in T. Barna (ed.) 'The Structural Interdependence of the Economy' (Wiley: New York and Giuffrè : Milan, 1955)
||'Misery and bliss' in 'Proceedings of the World Population Conference, 1954' (UN: New York, 1955) vol. V, pp. 72-93
||'Transaction models with an example based on the British national accounts' in 'Boletin del Banco Central de Venezuela' vol. XV, pp. 12-29
||'National income and national accounts: their construction and use in economic policy' in 'Review of Economic and Political Sciences' (Athens) X, pp. 1-33
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The Papers of John Richard Nicholas Stone
|Extent and Medium
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|Content and context|
The file contains a typescript, notes and correspondence relating to articles on consumption statistics and national income.
Not included in the bibliography.
|No further on-line information.|
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