Monetary Policies and Full Employment

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1. Average and Marginal Propensity to Consume for Families, Single Men, and Single Women60
2. Average Propensity to Consume for Families of Different Size69
3. The Capital--Output Ratio80
4. Coverage of the Sample for the Three Subperiods124
5. Relative Significance of Manufacturing Industries Growing in Excess of the Average Rate of Growth of Physical Output for Manufacturing as a Whole126
6. Relative Significance of Manufacturing in the Production of Output as a Whole130
7. Effect of Gold Influx and Government Borrowing on Member Bank Liquidity Ratios193
8. Classification of Industries for Successive Subperiods, 1899-1909; 1909-1923, 1923-1929242
9. Consumers' Outlay and Net Private Capital Formation, 1919- 1938244
10. Consumers' Outlay and Net Private Capital Formation, Quarterly, 1921-1938245
11. Consumers' Outlay and Capital Formation for Overlapping Decades247
12. Marginal Propensity to Consume and Net Capital Formation247
13. Marginal Propensity to Consume and National Income248
14. Consumers' Outlay and National Income, 1919-1938248
15. Consumers' Outlay and National Income249
16. Consumers' Outlay and Income per Consuming Unit and the Corresponding Marginal Propensity to Consume249
17. Consumers' Outlay and Aggregate Income Payments Including Entrepreneurial Savings, 1919-1938250

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