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wage-price guideposts

Richard Taylor Cassidy

wage-price guideposts

background, theory, and alternatives

by Richard Taylor Cassidy

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Inflation (Finance) -- United States,
  • Pricing -- United States,
  • Prices -- United States,
  • Wages -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Richard Taylor Cassidy
    The Physical Object
    Pagination159 leaves ;
    Number of Pages159
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14964089M

      The U.S. economy is growing at a modest pace, but wage and price pressures are evident, according to the Federal Reserve’s latest Beige Book report released.   Carter shouldn't even consider trying voluntary wage-price guideposts, Lance argued, because dabbling with controls would shatter "business confidence." Carter's anti-inflation policy amounted to pleading with business and labor to .

    Book Review. Tim Barker. Other People’s Blood admitted it was “a conveniently evasive term” including “everything from full-fledged wage and price controls to wage/price guideposts and ‘open mouth operations’ without legal sanction.” With advocates like this, it is not surprising that many people complained that an incomes. The jet plane came with the war, and is only now coming into its own com­mercially, to the point where it yields higher wages to machinists who have succeeded in flouting Keynesian wage-price guideposts. The TV market, held back by gov­ernmental busybodies .

    currence, or the threat of inflation. The promulgation of wage-price guideposts by the Council of Economic Advisers in January ' and the increasing role they have played as policy instruments has fostered a more frequent and regular examination of unit cost trends and tended to bring the subject to the attention of a wider audience. When John F. Kennedy was elected, his official and unofficial economicadvisors adopted a compromise between Keynesianism and izing the drawbacks of explicit controls, the advisers proposed a halfwayhouse approach of wage-price guideposts to indicate to industry what would benoninflationary wage and price changes.


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