Fiscal Policy and Business Cycles

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INDEX
Acceleration, Principle of, 40, 261-265, 271, 274-288, 296, 298, 328, 359, 362, 364
Ackerman, C. W., 366
Adams, H. C., 203
Agricultural Adjustment program, 85, 123, 124, 214, 216, 217
Agriculture, in the twenties, 31; investment in, 57; historical role of, 146-152; prices in, 314, 316, 319, 320, 322; stamp plans, 442, 443
Allen, R. G. D., 250
Andrews, P. W. S., 332
Appel, J. H., 366
Aquinas, Thomas, 109
"Aufschwungsspanne"; see Long Waves
Automobile industry, as investment outlet, 34, 35, 38, 39, 41, 45, 61, 326, 356, 362; in England, 100; and highway construction, 120; financing of, 368-370
Benton, Thomas, 165
Berle, A. A., 176
Bidwell, P. W., 453
Bodin, Jean, 109
Bottlenecks, 418-420
Bowley, A. L., 104, 250
Bowman, Isaiah, 43, 360
Buck, A. E., 207
Budget, federal, 88, 117; in Great Britan, 96-99, 101-105; private vs. public, 186-189; in Sweden, 195, 196, 198; in Denmark, 196-199; in Canada, 199; in France, 199; postdefense, 443; see also Capital budget, Debt, Documents, fiscal, Expenditures, Fiscal policy, Taxes
Buehler, A. G., 203
Building cycles, 19-27, 29, 57, 58; see also Housing
Business cycles, history of, 13-47; major and minor, 16-19, 29; length of, 18-19; movement of factors in, 49- 65; monetary control of, 66-83; and the double budget, 193-195; and the consumption function, 223-230, 234-238, 249, 250; and savings, 243; pump-priming in, 261-288; compensatory tax policy in, 289- 300; and price flexibility, and investment, 316-322; postdelense slump, 439-448; see also Building cycles, Corn-hog cycle, Gold production cycle
Butters, J. Keith, 395
Capital budget, 189-207; see Budget
Capital goods: see Investment
Carnegie, Andrew, 366, 372, 379
Cassel, Gustav, 32, 35, 303, 352, 355
Central bank policy; see Federal Reserve System, Monetary policy
Chalmers, George, 177
Chemical industry, as investment outlet, 34; in Great Britain, 100
Circular flow economy, 284-285, 301- 312
Ciriacy Wantrup, S. von, 27, 30, 32, 34
Civilian Conservation Corps, 89, 133, 206, 207, 212, 216, 217
Clark, Colin, 97, 102, 104, 205, 242
Clark, G. T., 366
Clark, J. M., 251, 268, 270, 282
Clark, Maurice B., 372
Colm, Gerhard, 134, 206, 207, 393
Colwyn Committee, 102, 104, 136, 253, 254, 155, 157, 172, 395
Commerce, Department of, 235, 241
Commercial credit theory, 75
Committee on National Debt and Taxation; see Colwyn Committee
Committee on National Expenditure; see May Committee
Commodity Credit Corporation, 213, 214, 225, 216, 218
Commons, John R., 29
Compensatory spending; see Expenditures

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