Economics and the public interest.

Rutgers University Press, 1955.

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Subjects Agger, Eugene Ewald, 1879-1966.
Economic policy.
Description xiv, 318 p. : ill., port. ; 24 cm.
Notes -- The method and purpose of economics: Economics as social philosophy, moral philosophy, and technology, by R. A. Solo. The task of institutionalism, by W. C. Bagley, Jr. The poverty of economics, by B. Mitchell. -- Economics in the empirical analysis of modern society: The diffusion of business cycles, by G. H. Moore. Marketing's contribution to economics, by R. S. Alexander. Profits, a semantic problem child, by S. I. Simon. Forecasting automotive sales, by J. W. Sundelson. Economics and accounting, by R. Hoegstedt. -- Economic policy and social control; The role of government in education, by M. Friedman.
(cont.) Rain-making and monetary policy, by A. Murad. Public finance and the public interest, by A. Balinky. Public policy and union security, by M. Berkowitz. Managerial zones of reasonableness in public utility regulation, by L. Knappen. Economic systems and social size, by L. Kohr. The development of international commodity policy, by M. Gideonse. International employment problems and policy, by D. A. Morse. -- Economic growth and development; Colonial experience and the social context of economic development programs, by H. D. Gideonse. Growth theory and the problem of economic stabilization, by K. K. Kurihara. Who bears the cost of economic development? Ry R. J. Alexander. Land tenure reform as an aspect of economic development in Asia, by R. R. Renne.
Bibliographical footnotes.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)00230707
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