Holt, Charles C.; MacRae, C. Duncan; Schweitzer, Stuart O.; Smith, Ralph E.
May 1971
Monthly Labor Review;May71, Vol. 94 Issue 5, p51
Academic Journal
Examines the problems of unemployment and inflation in the United States during the postwar period. Effect of aggregate demand changes on unemployment rate; Call for upgrading workers throughout industries; Urgency of finding alternatives to the monetary and fiscal approaches.


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