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Economic growth and recessions in the USA / by Ferenc Molnár.

By: Molnár, Ferenc, 1923- [author].
Contributor(s): Morvai, P [translator] | Hajdu, Gy [translator].
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Budapest : Akadémiai Kiadó, 1970Description: 304 pages : tables ; 21 cm.Uniform titles: Gazdasági növekedés és válságok az Egyesült Államokban. English Subject(s): Recessions -- United States | United States -- Economic conditions -- 1945-DDC classification: 330.973/092
Partial contents:
Chapter I. Reproduction of fixed capital and the social accumulation process -- Chapter II. Trends and changes in the patterns of social production and demand -- Chapter III. Consumption and its main determinant factors -- Chapter IV. Post-war recessions - their course and character -- Chapter V. Changes in the character of the cycle -- Chapter VI. Cyclicality and intermittence in economic development between 1947 and 1966 -- Appendix.
Summary: "It is the intention of the author of this book to add, relying on developments in the United States, two further viewpoints to the guiding ideas of Marx and to Mendelson's concretizing statements which stress the importance examining the reproduction process of fixed capital from the point of view of the analysis and understanding of the reproduction cycle in a given country." -- From the Chapter I.
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The Roscoe Proctor Collection HC 106.5 .M5913 1970 (Browse shelf) Not For Loan Contains underlining up to p. 23. NPML19080001

"This book is the enlarged version of the Hungarian original 'Gazdasági növekedés és válságok az Egyesült Államokban'"

Includes appendix.

Chapter I. Reproduction of fixed capital and the social accumulation process -- Chapter II. Trends and changes in the patterns of social production and demand -- Chapter III. Consumption and its main determinant factors -- Chapter IV. Post-war recessions - their course and character -- Chapter V. Changes in the character of the cycle -- Chapter VI. Cyclicality and intermittence in economic development between 1947 and 1966 -- Appendix.

"It is the intention of the author of this book to add, relying on developments in the United States, two further viewpoints to the guiding ideas of Marx and to Mendelson's concretizing statements which stress the importance examining the reproduction process of fixed capital from the point of view of the analysis and understanding of the reproduction cycle in a given country." -- From the Chapter I.

Donation from Roscoe & Oleta Proctor.

Translated into English from Hungarian.

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