Ulman, Lloyd
August 1971
Monthly Labor Review;Aug71, Vol. 94 Issue 8, p48
Academic Journal
Discusses relationships between the system of collective bargaining in the U.S. and the inflation-unemployment problem. Interrelationships between the inflationary process; Control of inflationary tendencies through demand management and active labor market policies; Modification of wage-price behavior.


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