Front Page Titles (by Subject) Capital, Interest, and Rent
Frank A. Fetter, Capital, Interest, and Rent 
Capital, Interest, and Rent: Essays in the Theory of Distribution, ed. with an Introduction by Murray N. Rothbard (Kansas City: Sheed Andrews and McMeel, 1977).
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Rothbard has collected Fetter’s journal articles and book reviews from the period 1897 to 1937 which cover the general topics of capital, interest, and rent.
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- Murray N. Rothbard, Preface
- Murray N. Rothbard, Introduction
- Part 1: The Theory of Capital
- Review of F. W. Taussig, Wages and Capital: an Examination of the Wages Fund Doctrine (1897)
- Recent Discussion of the Capital Concept (1900)
- The Next Decade of Economic Theory (1901)
- Review of Böhm-bawerk, Capital Und Capitalzins (1901)
- Review of Böhm-bawerk, Einige Strittige Fragen Der Capitalstheorie (1902)
- Review of Böhm-bawerk, Positive Theorie Des Capitals (1902)
- The Nature of Capital and Income (1907)
- Are Savings Income? —discussion (1908)
- Clark's Reformulation of the Capital Concept (1927)
- Capital (1930-35)
- Reformulation of the Concepts of Capital and Income In Economics and Accounting (1937)
- Part 2:: The Theory of Interest
- The “roundabout Process” In the Interest Theory (1902)
- The Relations Between Rent and Interest (1904)
- Review of Gustav Cassel, the Nature and Necessity of Interest, and Eugen Von Böhm-bawerk,recent Literature On Interest (1905)
- Interest Theories, Old and New (1914)
- Capitalization Versus Productivity: Rejoinder (1914)
- Interest Theory and Price Movements (1927)
- Part 3:: The Theory of Rent
- The Passing of the Old Rent Concept (1901)
- Landed Property As an Economic Concept and As a Field For Research— Discussion (1917)
- Comment On Rent Under Increasing Returns (1930)
- Rent (1930-35)