1935 Demand functions with limited budgets. Econometrica 3:66-78.

1936 With M. R. Pabst. Rank correlation and tests of significance involving no assumption of normality. Ann. Math. Stat. 7:29-43.

Relations between two sets of variates. Biometrika 28:321-377.

Curtailing production is anti-social. Columbia Alumni News 28(4):3, 16.

1938 With L. R. Frankel. The transformation of statistics to simplify their distribution. Ann. Math. Stat. 9:87-96.

The general welfare in relation to problems of taxation and of railway and utility rates. (Presidential address to the Econometric society.) Econometrica 6:242-269.

1939 Tubes and spheres in n-spaces and a class of statistical problems. Am. J. Math. 61:440-460.

The relation of prices to marginal cost in an optimum system. Econometrica 7:151-155.

1940 The selection of variates for use in prediction with some comments on the general problem of nuisance parameters. Ann. Math. Stat. 11:271-283.

The teaching of statistics. Ann. Math. Stat. 11:457-470.

1941 Experimental determination of the maximum of a function. Ann. Math. Stat. 12:20-45.

1942 Problems of prediction. Am. J. Sociol. 48:61-76.

1943 Income-tax revision as proposed by Irving Fisher. Econometrica 11:83-87.

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