Taylor, George W.
August 1971
Monthly Labor Review;Aug71, Vol. 94 Issue 8, p45
Academic Journal
Examines the appropriate income policy and price system for the U.S. as of 1971. Recurrence of inflation; Public demand for wage and price controls; Productivity wage increases; Determination of private wage and price; Inflationary bias.


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