The Encyclopedia Americana (1920)/Taussig, Frank William

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The Encyclopedia Americana
Taussig, Frank William
Edition of 1920. See also Frank William Taussig on Wikipedia, and the disclaimer.

TAUSSIG, Frank William, American political economist: b. Saint Louis, Mo., 28 Dec. 1859. He was graduated at Harvard in 1879, and has been full professor of political economy there since 1892. He has written ‘Tariff History of the United States’ (1st ed., 1888; 6th ed., 1914); ‘Silver Situation in the United States’ (1802); ‘Wages and Capital’ (1896); ‘Principles of Economics’ (1911); ‘Some Aspects of the Tariff Question’ (1915); ‘Inventors and Moneymakers’ (1915), and has been editor-in-chief of The Quarterly Journal of Economics.