2 edition of Economics, prices and the war found in the catalog.
Economics, prices and the war
William Archibald Mackintosh
|Statement||by W. A. Mackintosh.|
|Series||Bulletin of the Departments of History and of Political and Economic Science in Queen"s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada., no. 3l, April, 1919|
|LC Classifications||AS42 .Q6 no. 31|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||15|
|LC Control Number||19012990|
Hence a war economics against the pandemic is needed to rebuild the old Welfare State with new formulas. The war economics, as it was studied after the Second World War, is made of many things: the economic “war cycles”, which absorb the Schumpeterian creative destruction; the calculation of the national income; the estimate of real capital. The Great War (as World War I was known until ) 1 formed the 20th century. To mark the centennial of the end of the war in November , it is fitting to review recent work on the economics of the Great War and reassess the state of knowledge.
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The fall of consumer demand would tend to lower prices of consumer goods, but this fall would tend to be balanced by the reduced supply of consumer goods. On the other hand, prices of war goods would initially tend to rise in price under the spur of the increased demand. Keynesian economics derives from John Maynard Keynes, in particular his book The General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money (), which ushered in contemporary macroeconomics as a distinct field.
The book focused on determinants of national income in the short run when prices are relatively inflexible. Learn economics book chapter 12 with free interactive flashcards.
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Author (s): Robert M. Kunst. The government is escalating its usual, conventional war on market prices to a nuclear war. It is punishing suppliers of essential goods for raising prices. It is ramping up monetary inflation to historic levels to keep stock prices artificially high and unprofitable businesses alive to go on producing products for which there is no demand.
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