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Martha Stephanie Browne
91 As the author of this note and many others can attest, Elizabeth Read Brown was in no way discouraged by this state of affairs. She should be, like her husband, remembered as an enthusiastic, persevering advocate of tax reform. CHRISTOPHER K. RYAN Bibliography Selected writings by Elizabeth Read Brown (1954), ‘Plant Location and Community Tax Policy’ (with Harry Gunnison Brown), American Journal of Economics and Sociology, 14(1), October, 55–7. (1957), ‘Tax Policy: Its Effects on Housing and Slums’, American Journal of Economics and Sociology, 16(3), April, 327–8. (1958), The Effective Answer to Communism (with Harry Gunnison Brown), New York: Robert Schalkenbach Foundation. (1958), ‘Zoning Objectives and Tax Policy’, American Journal of Economics and Sociology, 18(1), October, 55–6. (1959), ‘Growing Urban Obsolescence and Tax Policy’, American Journal of Economics and Sociology, 19(1), October, 96–8. (1961), ‘How College Textbooks Treat Land Value Taxation’, American Journal of Economics and Sociology, 20(2), January, 147–67. Other sources and references Lissner, Will (1987), ‘In Memoriam: Elizabeth Read Brown’, American Journal of Economics and Sociology, 46(3), 383–4. Ryan, Christopher K. (1987), Harry Gunnison Brown: Economist, Boulder and London: Westview Press. Martha Stephanie Browne (1898–1990) Martha Stephanie Braun (née Hermann) was born in Vienna 12 December 1898, and died in New York on 2 March 1990. She changed her name to Browne when in the USA. She studied national economy, ﬁrst in Freiburg, Breisgau (Germany), and then in Vienna, where she obtained her...
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