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Appendices and Index to "Capital in the American Economy: Its Formation and Financing"

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  • Simon Kuznets
  • Elizabeth Jenks

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  • Simon Kuznets & Elizabeth Jenks, 1961. "Appendices and Index to "Capital in the American Economy: Its Formation and Financing"," NBER Chapters,in: Capital in the American Economy: Its Formation and Financing, pages 465-664 National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc.
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