The Dawes Report—An Economic Analysis
The Dawes report, while it has had a favorable reception by officials of the American government, is viewed, in its practical details with some skepticism by economists familiar with the reparations problem. The official point of view has been reflected in newspaper dispatches from Washington since the filing of the report. The opinion of economists is reflected in the following analysis prepared for Editorial Research Reports by Guy Greer; Mr. Greer served as an economic expert at the Peace Conference and was for four years a member of the Interallied staff of the Reparations Commission.
Summary of Report
The report of the Dawes Committee has been summarised at length in the press. Consequently no detailed statement of its provisions will here be ...