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||'Social Accounting: I National income before and since the war. II Consumption and the course of prices' in 'The Times', 29 and 30 August 1947
||'National income and consumers' expenditure' in C. Chisholm (ed.) 'Marketing Survey of the United Kingdom' (Business Publications Ltd: London, 1948) pp. 25 et seq.
||'The theory of games' in 'Economic Journal' vol. LVIII, pp. 185-201
||'The National Income: its distribution and redistribution' in 'British Ally' (Central Office of Information Russian weekly, 1948)
||'British output in 1946-47' in 'The Times', 18 February 1948
||'National income: shift of purchasing power from rich to poor' in 'The Times', 3 June 1948
||'The Distribution of Income and Saving' (National Savings Committee: London, 1949)
||'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
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The Papers of John Richard Nicholas Stone
||'Misery and bliss' in 'Proceedings of the World Population Conference, 1954' (UN: New York, 1955) vol. V, pp. 72-93
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|Content and context|
The file contains an autograph manuscript with typescript inserts, and diagrams, 'Misery and bliss: a comparison of the effect of certain forms of saving behaviour on the standard of living in a growing community', a paper given at the World Population Conference in Rome, Italy.
Bibliography number 54.
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