Sources of Productivity Gains

Abramovitz, Moses
October 1962
New Republic;10/20/62, Vol. 147 Issue 16, p13
Analyzes the state of the U.S. economy as of 1962. Factors contributing to a country's growth rate; Physical factors that control industrial capacity; Estimated percentage of the country's growth rate; Actions that can be taken by the government regarding taxes to address the slow growth of the economy.


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