Perry, George L.
February 1971
Monthly Labor Review;Feb71, Vol. 94 Issue 2, p68
Academic Journal
Analyzes the factors influencing the shifts in trade-off between inflation and unemployment in the U.S. Measures of labor market tightness; Changes in labor force composition; Comparison between the official and weighted unemployment rates; Social implications of unemployment disparities; Role of demand management in reducing the unemployment rate.


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