The Economic Journal: The Quarterly Journal of the Royal Economic Society, Opseg 5

Macmillan, 1895
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Stranica 534 - We rarely hear, it has been said, of the combinations of masters, though frequently of those of workmen. But whoever imagines, upon this account, that masters rarely combine, is as ignorant of the world as of the subject. Masters are always and everywhere in a sort of tacit, but constant and uniform, combination, not to raise the wages of labour above their actual rate.
Stranica 617 - Any agreement between members of a trade union as such, concerning the conditions on which any members for the time being of such trade union shall or shall not sell their goods, transact business, employ or be employed.
Stranica 119 - it seems doubtful whether any one spends his time well in reading lengthy translations of economic doctrines into mathematics, that have not been made by himself
Stranica 617 - ... workman not a member of such trade union, in consideration of such employer or workman acting in conformity with the rules or resolutions of such trade union ; or (c.) To discharge any fine imposed upon any person by sentence of a court of justice ; or, (4.) Any agreement made between one trade union and another ; or, (5.) Any bond to secure the performance of any of the above-mentioned agreements. But nothing in this section shall be deemed to constitute any of the above-mentioned agreements...
Stranica 330 - Since all capital is the product of saving, that is, of abstinence from present consumption for the sake of a future good, the increase of capital must depend upon two things ; the amount of the fund from which saving can be made, and the strength of the dispositions which prompt to it.
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Stranica 535 - Such combinations, however, are frequently resisted by a contrary defensive combination of the workmen, who sometimes, too, without any provocation of this kind, combine of their own accord to raise the price of their labour. Their usual pretences are, sometimes the high price of provisions, sometimes the great profit which their masters make by their work.
Stranica 535 - We seldom, indeed, hear of this combination, because it is the usual, and one may say, the natural state of things which nobody ever hears of.
Stranica 617 - ... for the breach of any of the following agreements, namely, "(1) Any agreement between members of a trade union as such, concerning the conditions on which any members...
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