Progress without Poverty: Socially Responsible Economic Growth

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Aaron, Henry, 124, 216n-17n
Academic standards, 92-95
Accumulation of capital, 40-42
Active controls, 165
Adams, Walter, 211n
Adelman, Morris, 220n
Affirmative action, 126, 171
Alaskan Pipeline, 177
Albin, Peter S., 212n, 213n, 215n, 216n, 218n, 219n, 221n
Alcaly, Roger, 215n, 218n
Antagonism toward education, 101-2
Antipollution controls, 176-78
Antipoverty policy, 84, 122, 128-37, 18182 ; relief system and, 132-35; for transformational programs, 135; urban renovation in, 135
Antitrust activities, 113
Anti-urban bias, 135
Arrow, Kenneth, 210n
Aspirations, deterioration in, 162
Automobile industry: emission controls and, 177; homogeneous manpower pool for, 140; performance data on, 39; social change influenced by, 18-19; source of innovations in, 109
Banking, 118
Barnet, Richard, 216n
Barraclough, Geoffrey, 12, 13, 209n
Barry, S. F., 214n
Baumol, William, 62, 185, 212n, 214n, 215n
Becker, Gary A., 69, 185, 212n
Biomedical fields, 172
Blacks: migration to cities of, 140; unemployment among, 122; see also Minority groupings
Blaug, Marc, 69
Bowen, William, 62, 212n, 216n
Bradford, David F., 212n
Brand names, 47
Break-even conditions for financing education, 80
Brown, Pat, 102
Budgetary pressures on educational institutions, 86-87
Bureaucratized research, 110
Burks, Arthur W., 218n
Bums, Arthur, 3
Business community, policy consciousness Of, 155-56
California, University of, 102
Cambridge University, 95
Capacity constraints, 161
Capital, unproductive uses of, 118
Capital accumulation, 40-42
Capital formation, inducements to, 156
Capital stock, deterioration of, 161
Capitalism, modem industrial, 45-56
Career anticipations, 88; deterioration in, 161-62
Cartelization, 166
Carter, Jimmy, 26, 137, 164
Cheit, Earl, 218n
Cities: decay of, 7; exodus from, 14445; fiscal crisis of, 141-44, 171; functioning of, 138-41; policies on, 140-48, 173-74, 183-84; renovation of, 135; subemployment in, 123-24; transportation in, 175
City University of New York (CUNY), 95n
Class structure: education and, 75; effective theory of, 195; manpower planning and, 169; urban vs. suburban, 143, 145
"Clean up" technologies, 175
Colleges, see Higher education
Commercial property, taxation of, 147
Commercial vitality of cities, 139
Compartmentalization of industrial activities, 37; political inertia and, 54; progressive-sector cost pressures and, 55; technical change and, 54-55; technological style and, 53
Competitive industries, 107; technical innovations in, 109
Computer industries, 161; environmental concerns and, 175

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