Technological Innovation and the Great Depression

Technological Innovation and the Great Depression

Technological Innovation and the Great Depression

Technological Innovation and the Great Depression

Synopsis

An explanation of the causes of the Great Depression. The author describes how the paucity of new-produce innovation, coupled with the abundance of process technology, caused both consumption and investment to fall so precipitously from early in 1929.
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