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    Profitability and Unemployment

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    Discussions of economic policy argue that an adequate level of profitability is a precondition for avoiding future unemployment. This book studies the rationale for this statement. The analysis is built round a simple model of the Harrod-Doman type and extends the study of fixed price equilibria by considering a dynamic process whose major components are capital accumulation and shifts in income distribution.

    Title: Profitability and Unemployment
    Author: Edmond Malinvaud
    Publication Date: 2008
    Pages: 116




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