A human investment tax credit program: second report : a component of an anti-inflation and full employment alternative economic program
Dept. of Commerce, Economic Development Administration, 1977 - Business & Economics - 73 pages
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$4 billion $500 per person additional adequate Arthur Okun banks capital investment tax concept corporations cost create credit to employers deficits Economic Development Administration economic expansion effect employ employment expansion Employment Tax Credit encourage equity ownership existing employees expand savings factors of production federal financing fiscal policy full employment hiring Human Investment Tax Improved training income tax increased employment inflation inflationary investment or employment Investment Tax Credit job creation job openings Keynes Keynesian Keynesian economics L.V. Watkins labor levels limited major maximum tax credit ment million monetary policy money illusion money supply non-renewable resources NP loans offset Phillips curve ployment present price stability problems provisions real wages reduce unemployment require retirement savings and investment self-employed individuals self-employment small business small employers stimulate aggregate demand substantial suggest tax deferred tax liability tertiary employment total employment unem unemployment compensation wealth welfare Workshare Bonus