2 edition of Prices, costs, and output for the post war decade: 1947-1957. found in the catalog.
Prices, costs, and output for the post war decade: 1947-1957.
Charles L. Schultze
|Contributions||Committee for Economic Development.|
|LC Classifications||HB235.U6 S35|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||82|
|LC Control Number||60008582|
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Prices, costs, and output for the post war decade: New York, Committee for Economic Development, ] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Charles L Schultze; Committee for Economic Development.
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Schultze, Charles L. Overview. Works: Prices and costs in manufacturing industries by Charles L Schultze () 2 editions published Prices, costs, and output for the post war decade, by Charles L Schultze. The baby boom meant a demand for child centred goods and food. Between nappy sales rose by 56%.
Births between and rose by 60%. The birth rate stayed at the 4m mark until These children would become consumers themselves.
During the war, farmers were urged to produce more wheat and were given subsidies to do so. Some took out loans to buy farmland and machinery. Mechanisation meant fewer workers were needed. During the war, wheat farmers made a profit. After the war, overproduction led prices to fall.
Farmers had to sack workers and others went bankrupt. This publication "Employment, Hours, and Earnings, United States, " shows average hourly or weekly wages in both "current" and "constant" () dollars. Data is listed by industry and broken out by sex, but not by occupation.
Volume I lists wages for goods-producing industries; Volume II for service industries. Link for Volume : Marie Concannon. A decade of measured expansion Aunt Daisy Peter Snell Benmore Dam construction 13 – It was the decade when everything changed. All over the world, the ‘make do and mend’ attitude of post-war austerity that had characterised the early s began to give way to something altogether more flamboyant and stylish.
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They argue, essentially, that concen- tration jeopardizes political liberty and individualism. Manufacturing output actually declined after the U.S. entered the war.
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government allocated to itself a bigger piece of the shrinking pie, which by itself consisted of a great deal. Productivity Growth in the s. January ; NBER Macroeconomics Annual 17(1) routinely performed in the first post-World War II generation.
It is a. Industry structure and the dynamics of price adjustment. In this case prices and costs are I(2) and cointegrate to the markup the upgrade in a general setting of buoyant demand, high output, and rising production costs. It is noteworthy that in the past decade there was an almost total absence of downward pressures on the general price level.
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In an eminent group of intellectuals, The Club of Rome, commissioned the research skills of a group of scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology to develop a model capable of engaging the question of future prospects for. war against costs. Production must be on the most economical basis possible.
The importance of wide and growing markets must be borne in mind in setting prices. Expanding markets, in themselves, promise economies that help keep costs and prices in check. Leaders of labor unions have a particularly critical role to play, in view. In the late ’s, he was employed by the Federal Art Project.
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