Emergency economic stabilization / edited by Harry B. Yoshpe.

; Industrial College of the Armed Forces (U.S.)
Washington, D.C. : Industrial College of the Armed Forces, 1964.

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Other Authors Yoshpe, Harry Beller, 1911-
Industrial College of the Armed Forces (U.S.)
Subjects Economic policy.
Economic stabilization -- Government policy -- United States.
Economic stabilization -- Government policy.
National security -- United States.
National security.
Strategische Stabilitàˆt.
United States -- Economic policy.
United States.
War -- Economic aspects -- United States.
War -- Economic aspects.
Wirtschaftliche Stabilitàˆt.
Series National security management.
Description x, 148 pages ; 24 cm.
Copyright Date 1964.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 135-140) and index.
Contents Machine generated contents note: I ECONOMIC STABILIZATION CONTROLS IN PEACE AND -- WAR -- Peacetime Controls -- Emergency Controls -- II THE BASIC ECONOMIC PROBLEMS OF WAR AND DE -- FENSE PROGRAMS -- III THE CONTRAST BETWEEN ECONOMIC FORCES IN PEACE -- AND WAR -- IV INDIRECT STABILIZATION MEASURES -- Financial Policy Objectives -- Tax Policy -- Monetary and Debt Policy -- Postwar Implications -- V DIRECT STABILIZATION MEASURES -- Price Controls -- Wage and Salary Controls -- Consumer Rationing -- The Need for Rationing -- Rationing Methods -- VI CONTROLS RELATED TO ECONOMIC STABILIZATION -- Controls on Use of Resources and Stabilization Controls -- Procurement and Stabilization Controls -- Foreign Trade Controls and Stabilization -- Government Subsidies for Economic Stabilization -- Organizational Implications -- VII ECONOMIC STABILIZATION IN THE TWO WORLD WARS -- The Lessons of World War I -- Inter War Stabilization Planning -- The World War II Experience -- The Pre Pearl Harbor Period: The Piecemeal Approach -- From Pearl Harbor to the "Seven Point Message" -- From the "Seven Point Message" to the "Hold the Line -- Order" -- From the Hold the Line Order to Reconversion -- VIII ECONOMIC STABILIZATION IN THE KOREAN MOBILI -- ZATION -- Inflationary Pressures -- Legal Authority for Controls -- ESA and Its Operating Affiliates -- Indirect and Voluntary Measures -- The General Freeze and Price Wage Policy Development -- The Lifting of Controls -- IX THE QUESTION OF STANDBY CONTROLS FOR EMER -- GENCIES -- The Capehart Proposal -- Hearings Before the Senate Banking and Currency Committee -- Senate Amendment of the Capehart Proposal -- Hearings Before the House Banking and Currency Committee -- Rejection of Standby Freeze Authority -- X ECONOMIC STABILIZATION UNDER FUTURE CONDI -- TIONS OF LIMITED WAR -- Stabilization Policy for Full Scale Mobilization -- Stabilization Policy for Limited Defense -- XI ECONOMIC STABILIZATION UNDER FUTURE GENERAL -- WAR CONDITIONS -- Assumptions of Massive Nuclear Attack and Postattack Objec -- tives -- Preparedness Responsibilities -- Federal Government -- State and Local Governments -- Summary -- Requisite Authority, Regulations and Administrative Machin -- ery -- Emergency Operations -- Financial, Monetary, and Credit Controls -- Direct Controls -- Current Status of Stabilization Readiness -- SUGGESTIONS FOR FURTHER READING.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)26173670
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