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The Economics of Air Pollution with Emphasis on Vegetation Damage
(Kalamazoo College., 1964-01-01)
The paper explores an economic study of the problems of air pollution damage to vegetation.
A Study of the Kalamazoo Labor Council
(Kalamazoo College., 1963-01-01)
The Economic Development of the Soviet Union Since 1917
During his undergraduate years, the student of economics usually obtains an adequate general knowledge of the operation and evolution of the United States' economy. This knowledge can, with little difficulty be ...
A Study of the Economic Writings of John Kenneth Galbraith
As one familiar with his career will know, Galbraith has, at one time or another during his career, addressed himself to a broad spectrum of topics within the field of economics. Topics with which Galbraith has been ...
Unemployment -- The Price of Progress?
Two harsh lessons came out of the 1930's; the consumer was to be penalized, through the employer, for unemployment created in the process of producing what he would buy. Secondly, the private market could not be relied ...
The Kennedy Round Tariff Negotiations: The Precursors, the Procedures, and the Positive Results
When I began research on this paper, my original goal was to determine the effects of the tariff cuts resulting from the Kennedy Round of Tariff negotiations, completed in June, 1967. I soon found many related areas of ...
Three Arguments for Protection: Economic, Non-Economic and Non-Argument Examples
The title of the paper notwithstanding, the philosophy contained herein is essentially that of a free trader. When writing a paper such as this, however, it seems hard to make a dogmatic statement on the merits of free ...
Factors in the Economic Expansion of Japan in the Late Fifties and Early Sixties
This paper seeks to examine the factors which have influenced the rapid economic expansion of Japan. It has been divided into three sections. The first Section, Japan (Background), seeks to give a background to the ...
The Changing Economic Structures of the American Cigarette Industry
The emphasis of this entire study is on the cigarette industry and not the tobacco industry. Even though today's major manufacturers are all engaged in other tobacco product production, more than 80% of each company's ...
An Introduction to Input-Output Analysis
The purpose of this paper is to briefly explore the history of input-output studies and then carefully dissect the associated matrix. The connections between all factors of the grid will be shown and then manipulated ...