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ORGANIZATION IN THE MODERN SOCIETY
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adjustment become business cycles capital markets capital-intensive changes Chapter competing sector competition concentration consequence currency decision demand management discussed economic growth economic systems enterprises exchange rates expansionary factors factors of production fairly firms fixed full employment groups growing growth rates high rates higher important industry inflation and unemployment inflationary influence investment Keynes labor force labor market labor productivity labor unions labor-saving large extent market power ment methods of production modern societies monetary policy multinational corporations OECD oil price rises OPEC organization percent postwar period price control price of labor prices and wages problem product and labor profits public sector question raised rates of inflation rates of interest rates of return real price real rates reduced result sheltered sector situation South Table tendency Theory of Employment tion total demand trade trend types U.S. dollars unemployed United wage earners wage increases wage rises West workers World Bank
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