'Studies in New Zealand investment, 1871-1900', a Ph.D. thesis submitted to the Australian National University, 346 pages: Part A. A quantative study of capital formation in New Zealand, 1871-1900. Part B. A study of the relations of the Australian and New Zealand economies, 1871-1900. Part C. An institutional study of railway investment in New Zealand in the late nineteenth century. At the front of the volume is a covering letter from N.G. Butlin, 21 February 1983, Professor of Economic History, Australian National University.
John Dowie: ''Studies in New Zealand Investment 1871-1900''
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- ReferenceGB 12 MS Add.8358
- Dates of Creation1965
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- Language of MaterialEnglish .
- Physical Description1 volume(s) 1 volume
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Presented by Professor N.G. Butlin, 1983.
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