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by Bernard Corry

Category: Economics
Subcategory: Business and Work
Author: Bernard Corry
ISBN: 1858983517
ISBN13: 978-1858983516
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Elgar Pub (October 1, 1996)
Pages: 163
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Unemployment and the Economists book. An overview essay by Bernard Corry shows how economic policy and theory has focused more on giving incentives for the unemployed to find work than on alterng the demand for labour.

Unemployment and the Economists book. This work addresses economic ideas, beliefs and arguments.

Unemployment and the Economists addresses economic ideas, beliefs .

Unemployment and the Economists addresses economic ideas, beliefs and arguments regarding the causes and possible cures of unemployment - a matter of recurring interest and concern for economists throughout history. An overview essay by Bernard Corry shows how the economic policy and theory has focused more on giving incentives for the unemployed to find work than on altering the structure of the demand for labour. Please provide me with your latest book news, views and details of Waterstones’ special offers.

Unemployment and the Economists. Katherine Watson, Economic Journal The great merit of the book is that it brings together papers spanning the period from the 1820s to the 1990s

Unemployment and the Economists. the essays provide worthwhile reading for those interested in the evolution of thinking on unemployment and related policy issues throughout history. Katherine Watson, Economic Journal The great merit of the book is that it brings together papers spanning the period from the 1820s to the 1990s. The papers are all useful and some are very good.

Volume 20 Issue 1. Bernard Corry

Volume 20 Issue 1. Bernard Corry, English Français. Journal of the History of Economic Thought.

The unemployment rate can wobble for all sorts of reasons Joblessness in America has fallen steadily thanks to the longevity and the sturdiness of the American recovery.

The unemployment rate can wobble for all sorts of reasons. It rose toward 10% during the Great Recession as employers shed staff. Early in the recovery, the unemployment rate began to drop even though hiring remained weak, because workers frustrated by the lack of jobs stopped looking for work and were no longer counted as part of the labour force. Joblessness in America has fallen steadily thanks to the longevity and the sturdiness of the American recovery. America’s stretch of unbroken growth, which began in June of 2009, will become the longest on record in 2019 (assuming it continues). Bernard Corry, Alan Budd, Walter Eltis, Jose Harris, Terry Peach and George Peden. in Books from Edward Elgar Publishing. Abstract: Unemployment and the Economists addresses economic ideas, beliefs and arguments regarding the causes and possible cures of unemployment – a matter of recurring interest and concern for economists throughout history. More books in Books from Edward Elgar Publishing Bibliographic data for series maintained by Darrel McCalla.

Unemployment and the Economists addresses economic ideas, beliefs and arguments regarding the causes and .

Bernard Alexander CORRY, economist in the field of History of Economic Thought; Labour Economics. CORRY, Bernard Alexander was born in 1930 in London, England. Bachelor of Science London School of Economies and Political Science, London, United Kingdom, 1951.

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Six British economists address economic ideas, beliefs, and arguments regarding the causes and possible solutions to unemployment. An overview essay by Bernard Corry is followed by an essay in which Terry Peach addresses Ricardo's debates with Malthus on unemployment following the Napoleonic wars, while Jose Harris examines unemployment from 1870 to 1914. George Peden evaluates the interwar British Treasury's rejection of borrowing to counter unemployment and Alan Budd's paper is on the theory and practice of unemployment policy since WWII. Includes a concluding contribution by Walter Eltis. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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