Inflation and Productivity

Ruttan, Vernon W.
December 1979
American Journal of Agricultural Economics;Dec79, Vol. 61 Issue 5, p896
Academic Journal
Focuses on the economic threat posed by inflation and productivity to the position of the United States in the world economy and polity. Discussion on the dialectical interaction between inflation and productivity; Dynamics of the national economy; Description of inflation and unemployment from 1960 to 1978; Factors which influenced productivity at the agricultural sector.


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