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Warburg, Paul M.
Warburg, Paul Moritz
Wārubāgu, Pōru Emu
ウァールバーグ, ポール・エム
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Asada, Keiichi
Federal reserve system (Etats-Unis) Etats-Unis (see also from)
Mussey, Henry Raymond (1875-1940)
Salmon, Wilmer Wesley (1866-)
Schechter, Mathilde S.
Seligman, Edwin Robert Anderson (1861-1939)
Strauss, Albert
Vanderlip, Frank A. (1864-1937)
Vanderlip, Frank Arthur (1864-1937)
Waterman, Richard (1870-1931)
Wheeler, Harry Andrew (1865-)
Woodlock, Thomas F. (1866-)
Woodlock, Thomas Francis (1866-)
浅田, 恵一
Address of Hon. Paul M. Warburg
American and European banking methods and bank legislation compared ...
Beikoku seika junbi seido no honshitsu
central bank system and the United States of America, A
Correspondence: Paul Warburg - Mathilde S. Schechter (manuscript)
Currency problem and the present financial situation; a series of addresses delivered at Columbia University, 1907-1908., The
Defects and needs of our banking system
Discount system in Europe, by Paul M. Warburg, The
Essays on banking reform in the United States
federal reserve system and the banks, The
Federal Reserve system, its origin and growth, The : reflections and recollections
Federal Reserve System, The : its origin and growth : reflections and recollections by Paul M. Warburg.
Fiscal and currency standards as the future measure of the credit of nations:
Government and business: address by Hon. Paul M. Warburg before the Commercial club of Chicago, April 7, 1917.
Memoranda to accompany draft of treaty for the establishment of an international gold clearance fund.
modified central bank of issue; a suggestion of a bill, A
plan for a modified central bank, A
Program of railroad legislation.
Remarks by Paul M. Warburg in opening the discussion upon "Government loans and taxation" at the annual meeting of the Chamber of commerce of United States of America, St. Louis, April 30, 1919.
Report of Economic policy commission of American bankers association
Save and subscribe--and save the country
Some phases of financial reconstruction
Some problems of the investment banker; an address delivered before the Bond club of New York, May 23, 1919
suggestion of the main principles on which the solution of the railroad problem should be sought;, A
unfinished business of our century, The
'United reserve bank of the United States"; a plan and a reply, A