Production and Finance
AbstractIn a review of a new book on the problems of the U.S. economy, Cornell economics professor Alfred E. Kahn, perhaps best known as Jimmy Carter's "inflation fighter," articulates in the briefest and clearest form an important tenet of orthodox economics which is usually taken for granted and left unexpressed.
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