Projections of GNP, income, output, and employment

Kutscher, Ronald E.
December 1973
Monthly Labor Review;Dec73, Vol. 96 Issue 12, p27
Academic Journal
Examines the Bureau of Labor Statistics' projections on GNP, income, output and employment in the U.S. in 1985. Projected economic growth during the period; Industrial productivity and employment; Implications on labor policy.


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