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post-war expansion of state expenditures

Clarence Heer

post-war expansion of state expenditures

an analysis of the increase between 1917 and 1923 in the cost of state government in New York

by Clarence Heer

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Published by National Institute of Public Administration in New York City .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Finance -- New York (State),
  • Finance -- United States -- States.

  • Edition Notes

    Issued also as thesis, Columbia university.

    Statementby Clarence Heer...
    Series[National Institute of Public Administration] Studies in public administration
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHJ605 .H4 1926a
    The Physical Object
    Pagination123 p. incl. tables, diagrs.
    Number of Pages123
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14672526M
    LC Control Number26010992

    The Galbraithian trilogy—American Capitalism (), The Affluent Society (), and The New Industrial State ()—written in the tradition of institutionalism—struck a chord in the politically active, socially concerned counterculture that arose in the United States during the s. Galbraith's emphasis on increased government. 'Social Policy Expansion is a remarkable book. Garay examines the dramatic extension of welfare provision to the informal sector - a compelling topic for Latin America and far beyond. Her unique, hard-won data reveals striking contrasts among national trajectories, yielding Cited by:

    See also: Ralph F. Gates Oral History, February 3, , transcript, Manuscripts and Rare Books Collection, Indiana State Library. Gates was born in Columbia City, Indiana, Febru After graduation from University of Michigan law school in , he returned to Columbia City. Indeed, since last year, the rate of consumer price growth has declined. It is also true that, even taking into account last year’s strong pace of growth, the current expansion is marked by the lowest average rate of GDP growth of all post-war expansions (again with .

    One of the factors that played a role in balancing Britain’s financial book-keeping was to reduce its expenditures overseas. Although Bevin initially committed to a swift peace settlement to ensure a reduction in Britain’s post-war overseas commitments, the . Growth of Government Spending by Morton B. Millenson from Business Conditions (Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago), February declined during World War II but after the war there was a sharp climb to just under 3 percent as a result of the first post war recession a level never again equaled From to the level hovered around 1 5.


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This Working Paper has two principal objectives. The first is to describe the main trajectories of development of public expenditure aggregates in OECD countries during the period The second is to provide a more detailed analysis of expenditure trends in these countries in the period sincewith a view to establishing the extent and sources of expenditure.

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