
"A General Mathematical Theory of Depreciation", 1925, Journal of ASA.

"Differential Equations Subject to Error", 1927, Journal of ASA

Review of R. A. Fisher's Statistical Methods for Rearch Workers,1927. Journal of ASA

"Applications of the Theory of Error to the Interpretation of Trends", with H. Working, 1929, Journal of ASA.

"Stability in Competition", 1929, EJ.

"The Economics of Exhaustible Resources", 1931, JPE.

"The Generalization of Student's Ratio", 1931, Annals of Mathematical Statistics.

"Edgeworth's Taxation Paradox and the Nature of Supply and Demand Functions", 1932, JPE.

"Analysis of a Complex of Statistical Variables with Principal Components",1933, Journal of Educational Psychology

"Demand Functions with Limited Budgets", 1935, Econometrica.

"The most predictable criterion", 1935, Journal of Educational Psychology

"Relation Between Two Sets of Variates", 1936, Biometrika.

"Rank Correlation and Tests of Significance Involving no Assumption of Normality", in "American Mathematical Statistics", 1936 (coauthor M. R. Pabst)

"The General Welfare in Relation to Problems of Taxation and of Railway and Utility Rates", 1938, Econometrica.

"A generalized TTest and measure of multivariate dispersion", Proceedings Second Berkeley Symposium of Mathematical Statistics and Probability, 1951

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