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The Allocation of economic resources, essays in honor of Bernard Francis Haley / by Moses Abramovitz [and others].

Publication:
Stanford, Calif., Stanford University Press, 1959.
Format/Description:
Book
ix, 244 p. illus. 25 cm.
Series:
Stanford studies in history, economics, and political science, 17.
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Subjects:
Haley, Bernard Francis.
Income.
Investments.
Prices.
Contents:
The welfare interpretation of secular trends in national income and product, by M. Abrahamovitz.
Costs and outputs, by A. Alchian.
Toward a theory of price adjustment, by K. J. Arrow.
Reflections on underconsumption, by P. A. Baran.
Underemployment compensation and the allocation of resources, by P. W. Cartwright.
The interdependence of investment decisions, by H. R. Chenery.
The theory of tax incidence applied to the gains of labor unions, by G. W. Hilton.
The scope and limits of futures trading, by H. S. Houthakker.
The handling of norms in policy analysis, by C. E. Lindblom.
Alternative theories of labor's share, by M. W. Reder.
Growth, balanced or unbalanced? By T. Scitovsky.
Monetary stability in a growing economy, by E. S. Shaw.
Factor inputs and international price comparisons, by L. Tarshis.
Notes:
Includes bibliographies.
Contributor:
Abramovitz, Moses.
OCLC:
287348