Employment and personal consumption expenditures

Cochran, Stephen; Eldridge, Donald P.
March 1972
Monthly Labor Review;Mar72, Vol. 95 Issue 3, p39
Academic Journal
Explores the influence of increase in personal consumption expenditure (PCE) on employment generation in the United States. Consumer demand for goods and services; Calculation of PCE by industry; Average number of PCE-generated employment per year.


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