The Economists Conference on Inflation, September 5, 1974, Washington, D.C., September 23, 1974, New York, New York: Report, Volume 2
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1974 - Inflation (Finance) - 989 pages
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action American antitrust areas balance bank credit card banks basic benefits borrowing capital cause commodities companies competition Congress consumer corporate credit card debt deficit deficit spending demand earnings economic economists effect eliminate energy equity Excess Profits Tax excessive expansion expenditures export federal budget Federal Reserve Federal Reserve Board Federal Reserve System financing fiscal food prices fuel funds gold growth high interest rates higher housing impact incentives income tax increase productivity industry inflationary institutions investment labor laws less loans lower major monetary policy money supply mortgage payments percent period present President price controls price increases problem profits proposed purchasing rate of inflation recession recommend reduce regulations require result savings sector September September 24 shortages spending stability stagflation suggest U.S. dollar unemployment United utilities wage and price workers