1. The Reader's Essential Non-Guide to The Age of Economic Measurement
  2. Judy L. Klein, Mary S. Morgan
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  1. Economics and the History of Measurement
  2. Theodore M. Porter
  3. pp. 4-22
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  1. A. F. W. Crome's Measurements of the "Strength of the State": Statistical Representations in Central Europe around 1800
  2. Sybilla Nikolow
  3. pp. 23-56
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  1. Make a Righteous Number: Social Surveys, the Men and Religion Forward Movement, and Quantification in American Economics
  2. Bradley W. Bateman
  3. pp. 57-85
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  1. March to Numbers: The Statistical Style of Lucien March
  2. Franck Jovanovic, Philippe Le Gall
  3. pp. 86-110
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  1. Reflections from the Age of Economic Measurement
  2. Judy L. Klein
  3. pp. 111-136
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  1. Measuring Causes: Episodes in the Quantitative Assessment of the Value of Money
  2. Kevin D. Hoover, Michael E. Dowell
  3. pp. 137-161
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  1. Quantity Theory and Needs-of-Trade Measurements and Indicators for Monetary Policymakers in the 1920s
  2. Thomas M. Humphrey
  3. pp. 162-189
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  1. Leontief and the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, 1941-54: Developing a Framework for Measurement
  2. Martin Kohli
  3. pp. 190-212
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  1. Richard Stone and Measurement Criteria for National Accounts
  2. Flavio Comim
  3. pp. 213-234
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  1. Making Measuring Instruments
  2. Mary S. Morgan
  3. pp. 235-251
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  1. "Facts Carefully Marshalled" in the Empirical Studies of William Stanley Jevons
  2. Sandra Peart
  3. pp. 252-276
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  1. An Instrument Can Make a Science: Jevons's Balancing Acts in Economics
  2. Harro Maas
  3. pp. 277-302
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  1. Measurement, and Changing Images of Mathematical Knowledge
  2. E. Roy Weintraub
  3. pp. 303-312
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  1. Fisher's Instrumental Approach to Index Numbers
  2. Marcel Boumans
  3. pp. 313-344
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  1. Quantifying the Qualitative: Quality-Adjusted Price Indexes in the United States, 1915-61
  2. H. Spencer Banzhaf
  3. pp. 345-370
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  1. Preface
  2. Judy L. Klein, Mary S. Morgan
  3. pp. 1-2
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 371-374
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