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National income and capital formation 1919-1935

a preliminary report.

by Simon Kuznets

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Published by Arno in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

First published 1937.

SeriesNational Bureau of Economic Research publication in reprint
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21379196M
ISBN 100405075995

Kuznets S National income and capital formation, – Kuznets S Schumpeter’s business cycles The American Economic Review vol 30 no 2 Part 1 pp – Kuznets S National income and its composition, – Kuznets S Economic change Heineman London UK. Author: Viktor O. Ledenyov, Dimitri O. Ledenyov. National product since / [by] Simon Kuznets assisted by Lillian Epstein and Elizabeth Jenks; National income and capital formation, a preliminary report / Simon Kuznets; Immigration and the foreign born [by] Simon Kuznets and Ernest Rubin; Seasonal variations in industry and trade / .

consumers' outlay (at a later stage than that to which the capital-consumption goods ratio we have examined relates) during this full period is commented upon by Dr. Kuznets in the presentation of his measures (National Income and Capital Formation, —, National Bureau of Economic Research, , pp. 46—7). "National Income and Capital Formation, –". () "National Income and Its Composition, –". () "Economic Growth and Income Inequality". American Economic Review 45 (March): 1– () "Quantitative aspects of the economic growth of nations, VIII: The distribution of income by size", Economic Development and Cultural Bidang: Econometrics, development economics.

  National Income and Capital Formation, – New York: National Bureau of Economic Research. New York: National Bureau of Economic Research. Google ScholarAuthor: Matthew F. Hayes. National Income and Capital Formation, Simon Kuznets () Studies in Income and Wealth, Volume 1: The Conference on Research in Income and Wealth () A Program of Financial Research Vol 1: Report of the Exploratory Committee on Financial Research: Exploratory Committee on Financial Research ().


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