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Arthur Kitson (1861-1937) was a British economist.
See also 
- A Scientific Solution of the Money Question, Arena Publishing Company, 1895.
- The Money Problem, Grant Richards, 1903.
- Industrial Depression; its Causes and Cure, Fisher Unwin, 1905.
- Captain James Cook, R.N., F.R.S. "the Circumnavigator," E. P. Dutton & Company, 1907.
- An Open Letter to the Right Hon. David Lloyd-George, J. M. Dent & Sons, 1911.
- Trade Fallacies: A Criticism of Existing Methods, and Suggestions for a Reform Towards National Prosperity, P. S. King & Son, 1917.
- A Fraudulent Standard, P. S. King & Son, 1917.
- The Great Pacifist Conspiracy!: A Warning and an Appeal to the British Public, Dolby, 1918.
- Money Problems: A Discussion of the Basis of our Monetary and Credit Institutions with Suggestions for the Establishment of a Scientific Currency System, Dolby Brothers, 1920.
- Unemployment; the Cause and a Remedy, Cecil Palmer, 1921.
- The Bankers' Conspiracy!, which Started the World Crisis, Stock, 1933.
- A Modern Pilgrim's Progress, Alden Press, 1935.
- Usury (Payment for the use of Things): the Prime Cause of Want and Unemployment, s.n., 1910.
- Is a Money Crisis Imminent?: Being the Becture Delivered under the Auspices of the Banking and Currency Reform League at the New Reform Club, November 1st, Commercial Intelligence Publ. Co., 1911.
- England's Trade Barrier! The Bank Charter Act: an Address Delivered to the Members of the Birmingham Chamber of Commerce, at the Grand Hotel, Birmingham, December 17th, 1917, Hudson & Son, 1917.
- Reconstruction Through Banking Reform, Cornish Echo Company, 1918.
- Renewal of the Bank of England Charter: How the Present Banking System Restricts Trade, Birmingham Chamber of Commerce, 1918.
- A Criticism of the First Interim Report of the Committee on Currency and Foreign Exchanges, British Banking Reform League, 1919.
- The Treasury's Latest Craze, Unwin, 1920.
- A Letter to H.R.H. The Prince of Wales on the World Crisis - It's Cause, and Remedy, The Alden Press (Oxford) Limited, 1931.
- The Science of Plenty, s.n.
- “The Logic of Free Trade and Protection,” Popular Science Monthly, Volume 38, November 1890.
- “Fallacies of Modern Economists,” Popular Science Monthly, Volume 42, December 1892.
- "A Criticism of Henry George's Single Tax Theory," The American Journal of Politics, Vol. V, July/December, 1894.
- "What is Economic Value?," The American Magazine of Civics, Vol. VI, January/June, 1895.
- "The Psychological Factor," Land & Water, December 4, 1915.
- "The Financial Factor," Land & Water, December 30, 1915.
- "Treasury Notes: Their Present Advantage and Permanent Value," Land Water, Vol. LXVII, N°. 2830, August 3, 1916.
- "Labour, Capital and the State," Land & Water, Vol. LXVIII, N°. 2839, October 5, 1916.
- "Property and the State," Land & Water, Vol. LXVIII, N°. 2843, November 2, 1916.
- "The Comming Trade War," Land & Water, Vol. LXVIII, N°. 2847, November 30, 1916.
- "Psychology of the Workshop," Land and Water, Vol. LXIX, N°. 2856, February 1, 1917.
- "The New Morality," Land & Water, Vol. LXIX, N°. 2876, June 21, 1917.
- "The Perils of Restriction," Land & Water, Vol. LXIX, N°. 2888, September 1917.
- "Our Invisible Rulers," National Review, January 1920.
- "The Trade Slump," The English Review, February 1921.
- "Farewell to Gold," The Living Age, November 1931.
- "The Bankers' Conspiracy," The Living Age, February 1934.
Further reading 
- Cowen, Tyler & Kroszner, Randall. "The Development of the New Monetary Economics," Journal of Political Economy, Vol. 95(3), June 1987.
- Fisher, Irving. Stable Money; a History of the Movement, Adelphi, 1934.
- Hammes, David & Wills, Douglas. "Thomas Edison's 'Except One'; The Monetary Views of Arthur Kitson Revisited," Journal of Economic Studies, Vol. 32(1), 2005.
- Surette, Leon. "Arthur Kitson," Pound in Purgatory: From Radical Economics to Anti-Semitism, Chap. X, University of Illinois Press, 1999.
- Dietrick, Hellen Battelle. "A Standard of Value," The American Magazine of Civics, Vol. VII, 1895.
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