2 edition of Michigan in the 1970"s: an economic forecast. found in the catalog.
Michigan in the 1970"s: an economic forecast.
by Bureau of Business Research, Graduate School of Business Administration, University of Michigan
Written in English
|Series||Michigan business studies -- v. 16, no. 4.|
|Contributions||Spivey, W. Allen., Warshaw, Martin R.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||292|
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He was a gentleman with a heavy build, full beard, and jovial personality, but the physical work simply caught up to him late one Friday evening as he took his last. TC: Since the mids, more and more people—particularly African Americans—have been increasingly left out Michigan in the 1970s: an economic forecast.
book the economy. The decline of manufacturing and. The most striking result is the relative performance of the naive forecast constructed with the median expectation from the University of Michigan’s Survey of Consumers.
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Washtenaw County is in the middle of a six-year economic rebound that will result in 25, new jobs and replenish all the jobs lost during the recession. That’s the message from a economic forecast conducted by University of Michigan economists George Fulton and Donald Grimes for Holland is a city in the western region of the Lower Peninsula of the U.S.
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2 Their responses indicated that, on average, about a quarter of the tax savings is expected to go toward capital spending and about 15 percent to labor.
Most of the. Lutz Kilian has been a Senior Economic Policy Adviser at the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas since the summer of He received his Ph.D.
in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania in and his M.A. in Development Banking from The American University in He joined the faculty at Michigan inwhere he was tenured in The economic staglation of the s was routed during Reagan’s presidency.
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