How consumer spending for automobiles creates jobs

Dempsey, Richard E.; Schmude, Douglas F.
March 1969
Monthly Labor Review;Mar69, Vol. 92 Issue 3, p33
Academic Journal
Focuses on the development of jobs due to consumer spending for automobiles in the U.S. Benefits of the occupational effects on the economy; Use of the industry-occupational mix to estimate occupational effects; Steps in estimating employment generated by consumer spending.


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