Author:John Atkinson Hobson

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John Atkinson Hobson
(1858–1940)
English economist and imperial critic, widely popular as a lecturer and writer.

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Books[edit]

  • The Physiology of Industry with Albert Frederick Mummery, (1889). external link
  • Problems of Poverty (1891). external link
  • Evolution of Modern Capitalism (1894). external link
  • Co-operative labour upon the land, 1895 external link
  • Problem of the Unemployed (1896). external link
  • John Ruskin: Social Reformer (1898). external link
  • The Economics of Distribution (1900). external link
  • Capitalism and imperialism in South Africa, 1900 external link
  • The War in South Africa: Its Causes and Effects (1900). external link
  • Psychology of Jingoism (1901). external link
  • The Social Problem (1901). external link
  • Imperialism[1] (1902). external link
  • International Trade (1904). external link
  • Canada Today (1906). external link
  • The fruits of American protection: the effects of the Dingley tariff upon the industries of the country, and especially upon the well being of the people, 1906 external link
  • A sovereign people; a study of Swiss democracy by Henry Demarest Lloyd; ed, 1907 external link
  • The Crisis of Liberalism (1909). external link
  • The Industrial System (1909). external link
  • A Modern Outlook (1910). external link
  • The Science of Wealth (1911). external link
  • An Economic Interpretation of Investment (1911).
  • Industrial Unrest (1912).
  • The German Panic (1913). external link
  • Gold, Prices and Wages (1913). external link
  • Work and Wealth, A Human Valuation (1914). external link
  • Traffic in Treason, A Study in Political Parties (1914).
  • Towards International Government (1915). external link
  • Western Civilization (1915).
  • The New Protectionism (1916). external link
  • Labour and the Costs of War (1916).
  • Democracy after the War (1917).
  • The fight for democracy, 1917 external link
  • Forced Labor (1917).
  • 1920: Dips into the Near Future (1917/1918).
  • Taxation and the New State (1919). external link
  • Richard Cobden: The International Man (1919). external link
  • The Obstacles to Economic Recovery in Europe (1920).
  • The morals of economic internationalism, 1920 external link
  • The Economics of reparation (1921). external link
  • Problems of a New World (1921). external link
  • Incentives in the New Industrial Order (1922). external link
  • The economics of Unemployment (1922). external link
  • Notes on Law and Order (1926).
  • The Living Wage (with Henry Noel Brailsford, A. Creech Jones, E.F. Wise) (1926).
  • The Conditions of Industrial Peace (1927).
  • Wealth and Life (1929).
  • Rationalisation and Unemployment (1930).
  • God and Mammon (1931).
  • Poverty in Plenty (1931).
  • L.T. Hobhouse, His Life and Work (1931).
  • The Recording Angel (1932).
  • Saving and Spending: Why Production is Clogged (1932).
  • From Capitalism to Socialism (1932).
  • Rationalism and Humanism (1933).
  • Democracy and a Changing Civilization (1934).
  • Veblen (1936).
  • Property and Improperty (1937).
  • Le Sens de la responsibilité dans la vie sociale (with Herman Finer and Hanna Mentor) (1938).
  • Confessions of an Economic Heretic (1938).

Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, 1923.


The author died in 1940, so works by this author are also in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 75 years or less. Works by this author may also be in the public domain in countries and areas with longer native copyright terms that apply the rule of the shorter term to foreign works.