Book reviewed in this article:
Business Finance: Corporate Finance—Policy and Management. By Elvin F. Donaldson and John K. Pfahl.
Techniques of Financial Analysis. By Erich A. Helfert.
Financial Management of the Marketing Function. By Michael Schiff and Martin Mellman.
Capital in the American Economy: Its Formation and Financing. By Simon Kuznets.
Optimal Investment Decisions: Rules for Action and Criteria for Choice. By Pierre Massé.
Consumer Finance: Retail Credit Fundamentals, By Clyde William Phelps.
International Finance: Studies in United States Commercial Policy. Edited by William B. Kelly, Jr.
Problems of the United States as World Trader and Banker. By Hal B. Lary.
International Finance—Theory, Practice, Institutions. By Max J. Wasserman, Charles W. Hultman, and Laszlo Zsoldos.
Investments: Trends in the Distribution of Stock Ownership. By Edwin B. Cox.
Security Analysis: Principles and Technique. By Benjamin Graham, David L. Dodd, and Sidney Cottle, with the collaboration of Charles Tatham.
Money and Banking*: Savings Accounts and Commercial Bank Earnings. By Allan R. Drebin.
Clarification of the Monetary Standard. By Will E. Mason.
Free Reserves and the Money Supply. By James A. Meigs.
Financing American Enterprise—the Story of Commercial Banking. By Paul B. Trescott.
Financial History of the United States. By Paul Studenski and Herman E. Krooss.
Real Estate Finance: Changing Urban Land Uses as Affected by Taxation. By Jerome P. Pickard.
The Valuation of Real Estate. By Alfred A. Ring.
Related Disciplines: Invisible Barrier—the Optimum Growth Curve. By George T. Altman.