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Footnotes to "The Financing of Large Corporations, 1920-39"



This PDF is a selection from an out-of-print volume from the National Bureau of Economic Research Volume Title: The Financing of Large Corporations, 1920-39 Volume Author/Editor: Albert Ralph Koch Volume Publisher: NBER Volume ISBN: 0-870-14132-5 Volume URL: Publication Date: 1943 Chapter Title: Footnotes to "The Financing of Large Corporations, 1920-39" Chapter Author: Albert Ralph Koch Chapter URL: Chapter pages in book: (p. 123 - 136) FOOTNOI'LS CHAPTER ONE 1 Securities and Exchange Commission, Cost of Flotation for Registered Securities, 1938—1939 (Washington, 1941) and Release No. 572 of the Statistical Series (June 6, 1941). 2 The large manufacturing and trade corporations included in the study are listed in Appendix A along with their total assets and net sales at the beginning and at the end of the period studied. 3 These tabulations were prepared under the supervision of Arthur B. Hersey of the Division of Research and Statistics, who presented a summary of his studies before the American Statistical Association in December 1940. See Arthur B. Hersey, "Sources and Uses of Corpo- ration Funds," Journal of the American Statistical Association (June 1941). 4 Most of this source material is available in the Marvyn Financial Library of Columbia University. 5 See Temporary National Economic Committee, 76th Congress, 1st Session, Hearings Pursuant to Public Resolution No. 113, "Savings and Investment," Part 9 (Washington, 1940) pp. 3561-76, 4019-26. 6 Particularly its annual publication, Statistics of Railways in the United States. 7 Annual data on the sources and uses of funds of the Bell Telephone System were secured directly from the Federal Communications Com- mission. Data for groups of years can be found in the Commission's Report on the Investigation of the Telephone Industry in the United States (Washington, 1939) p. 425. 8 Edison Electric Institute, The Electric L

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