2 edition of analysis of post-war unemployment found in the catalog.
analysis of post-war unemployment
Frank T. Denton
|Statement||by Frank T. Denton and Sylvia Ostry.|
|Series||Economic Council of Canada. Staff study, no. 3. 1964|
|Contributions||Ostry, Sylvia, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||HD5728 .D4|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||47|
|LC Control Number||66042734|
Marie ]ahoda,EmploymentandUnemployment:ASocial-Psychological Analysis, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, viii + pp. £, paper £ During most of the post-war period, unemployment was considered a relatively marginal problem, but in the late s it began to rise steeply and now in the. Post-War Economic Growth in the Group-of-Five Countries: A New Analysis Michael J. Boskin, Lawrence J. Lau. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in November NBER Program(s):Economic Fluctuations and Growth An inter-country aggregate production function is estimated using annual data for the post-war period drawn from the Group-of-Five (G-5) countries: France, West Germany, Japan, .
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From the Introduction and Conclusion: This analysis of post-war unemployment was undertaken in order to estimate a feasible utilization ratio of the labour force to be used as a basis for calculation of potential output to The estimation of a minimum unemployment rate in this study has been made without reference to associated price effects.
UnemploymentWith the end of the World War II, unemployment was one of the greatest difficulties the Japanese economy faced. There were million jobless people (Nakamura ). It was expected at the time that a dramatic jump in the number of unemployed would be unavoidable.
However, large scale unemployment never actually occurred. Many people returned to their former jobs, particularly in. 1 New from $ Unemployment is currently the major economic concern in developed countries. This book provides a thorough analysis of the theoretical and empirical aspects of the economics of unemployment in developed countries.
It emphasizes the multicausal nature of unemployment and offers a variety of approaches for coping with the by: 9.
The book surveys the main aspects of the unemployment problem. It integrates macroeconomics with a detailed micro-analysis of the labour market. It uses a model to explain the puzzling post-war history analysis of post-war unemployment book OECD unemployment and shows how unemployment and inflation are affected by systems of wage bargaining and unemployment insurance.
Unemployment. With the end of the World War II, unemployment was one of the greatest difficulties the Japanese economy faced. There were million jobless people (Nakamura ).
It was expected at the time that a dramatic jump in the number of unemployed would be unavoidable. However, large scale unemployment never actually occurred. First published in Unemployment is currently the major economic concern in developed economies. This book provides a comprehensive analysis of the economics of unemployment.
It concentrates on theories of the labour market and examines the critical inter-relationships with the rest of the by: 9. This paper examines the impact of unemployment on social problems in the post-war United States.
Working within a conceptual framework derived from sociological and economic theory, dynamic macro social indicator models are constructed for four social problems-rates of suicide, homicide, divorce and by: 1.
This paper presents a time series analysis of unemployment and mortality in post-war Scotland. Using a variety of model specifications and several measures of the age and duration structure of male unemployment, we find little evidence of a consistent association between unemployment and male mortality from all causes in different age by: In the post–World War II era most of W Europe and Japan generally kept their unemployment levels below 3%, and by the late s the rate in the United States, where there had been far more fluctuation, was down to less than 4%.
Since the s, however, worldwide economic changes have generally kept the U.S. unemployment rate above 5%. Book Description. First published in Unemployment is currently the major economic concern in developed economies. This book provides a comprehensive analysis of the economics of unemployment.
It concentrates on theories of the labour market and examines the critical inter-relationships with the rest of the economy. It provides a thorough. It integrates macroeconomics with a detailed micro-analysis of the labour market. it uses the authors' model to explain the puzzling post-war history of OECD unemployment and shows how unemployment.
Analysis Of The Problem Of Unemployment. words (13 pages) Essay in Economics. 21/04/17 Economics Reference this Disclaimer: This work has been submitted by a student. This is not an example of the work produced by our Essay Writing Service.
You can view samples of our professional work here. The book offers both a lucid narrative description of the evolution of policy from the turn of the century through the First World War, recovery, the Depression, the Second War and its aftermath Author: Stephen Broadberry.
During the post-war years, the CEPPI indicator records nearly twenty years of low inflation, unemployment, modest deficits and rapid growth with only one exception, the recession year On average, the economy performed at an Excellent level between and Why has unemployment fallen in some countries and not in others.
This classic book is now re-issued with an updated introduction, which shows how well the analysis explains recent developments. The book is both a textbook and an original monograph in which the authors set out their analytic framework which has now become standard in some countries.
The book both explains unemployment and. Literature Review and Empirical Analysis of Unemployment Insurance Recipiency Ratios FINAL REPORT PREPARED FOR: U.S.
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WITTENBURG, PH.D. MICHAEL FISHMAN, M.P.A. File Size: KB. Norman Davies's next book, Europe at War, will be published by Macmillan in To order Postwar for £23 with free UK p&p call Guardian book service on It integrates macroeconomics with a detailed micro-analysis of the labour market.
it uses the authors' model to explain the puzzling post-war history of OECD unemployment and shows how unemployment and inflation are affected by systems of wage bargaining and unemployment insurance.
So far as unemployment is concerned, the book might well represent a sort of New Deal platform for the post-war period. As Dean Stead sees the picture, maldistribution of income is the chief cause of "depressional" unemployment, since it brings about a lack of equilibrium.
Overall, 51% of the variation in unemployment is accounted for by common shocks. The magnitude is similar to Lilien's ( p. ) finding that “as much as half of the variance of unemployment over the post-war period can be attributed to slow adjustment of labour to shifts in employment between sectors”.
It is also not too far away from the previous factor analytic work of Long and Cited by: 4. The book thus surveys in a clear, textbook fashion the main aspects of the unemployment problem. It integrates macroeconomics with a detailed micro-analysis of the labour market.
it uses the authors' model to explain the puzzling post-war history of OECD unemployment and shows how unemployment and inflation are affected by systems of wage 5/5(2).An analysis of the experience and governance of unemployment, considering unemployment as more than just the absence of work but as a distinctive experience created by the welfare state.
"The drb sustains a level of commentary on Irish and international matters that no other journal in Ireland and few elsewhere can reach.Democracy against unemployment, an analysis of the major problem of postwar planning. [William H Stead] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n library.