An Introduction to English Economic History and Theory, Part I: The Middle Ages (1888) ; dedicated to the memory of  Arnold Toynbee. '
The Rehabilitation of Ricardo' (1891). In: , pp. 474-489. The Economic Journal, Vol. 1
An Introduction to English Economic History and Theory, Part II: The End of the Middle Ages, (1893) 
Surveys historic and economic (1900)
The Tariff Problem (1903) 
The adjustment of wages: a study in the coal and iron industries of Great Britain and America (1903). London: Longmans, Green
The Progress of the German working classes in the last quarter of the century (1904). London : Longmans, Green & Co. 'The Present Position of Political Economy' (1907). In:
The Economic Journal, Vol. 17 (68), pp. 467–489. 'Introduction' and 'Bibliographical Appendix' (1909). In:
Mill, John Stuart - Principles of Political Economy (7th ed.). 
Gold and Prices (1912) The Economic Organisation of England : An Outline History (1914) 
Ashley wrote a lot of reviews, for instance in The
American Historical Review.
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Works about Ashley [ edit ]
" Ashley, William James," in , by Alumni Oxonienses: the Members of the University of Oxford, 1715-1886 Joseph Foster, London: Parker and Co. (1888–1892) in 4 vols. Anne Ashley -
William James Ashley: A Life, London, P.S. King (1932) J. H. Clapham - 'Sir William Ashley'. In:
The Economic Journal Vol. 37, No. 148 (Dec. 1927), p. 678. Gregory C.G. Moore - 'One Hundred Years from Now: W.J. Ashley, The Tariff Problem'. In: History of Economics Review, v. 38 (Summer 2003) pp. 53-68 
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4th ed. (1909) online, McMaster University.
4th ed. (1906) online, McMaster University.
Westminster : P. J. King in googlebooks.
Introduction to Mill, John Stuart - in Library of Economics and Liberty Principles of Political Economy
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