Year

1981

DOI

10.17848/9780880995603

Abstract

Ten essays that focus on the tendency toward a combination of inflation and high employment during the 1970s.

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Contents

  1. Looking Backward and Forward (1980)
  2. On Statistics and Policy for Wage-Price Monitoring (1979)
  3. Price Reduction Via Productivity Supergains: Principles, Prospects, and Programs (1972)
  4. Productivity Statistics for a Third-Generation Wage-Price Monitoring Program (1972)
  5. Wage-Price-Productivity Statistics: Old Gaps and New Needs (1968)
  6. The Kerner Commission Report and Economic Policy (1968)
  7. Fuller Employment With Uptrending Prices(1968:3)
  8. On Manpower, Forecasting, and Public-Private Roles: Three Evolving Concepts (1967)
  9. Guidelines for the Perplexed (1967)
  10. Productivity Measures and Forecasts for Employment and Stabilization Policy (1966)

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A new and enlarged edition

ISBN

9780911558852 (pbk.) ; 9780880995603 (ebook)

Subject Areas

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT; Industry studies

Fuller Employment with Less Inflation

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Siegel, Irving H. 1981. Fuller Employment with Less Inflation. Kalamazoo, MI: W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research. https://doi.org/10.17848/9780880995603

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