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Association; and Charles C. Holt, C. Duncan MacRae, Stuart O. Schweitzer and Ralph E. Smith, The on Dilemma: A Manpower Solution (Washington, . The Urban Institute, 1971). 2. See Holt, MacRae, Schweitzer and Smith, The on Dilemma: A Manpower Solution, p. 10. oogle Scholar. 3. See Charles C. Holt, ‘How Can the Phillips Curve be Moved to Reduce Both Inflation and Unemployment?’, in Microeconomic Foundations of Employment and Inflation Theory, ed. Edmund S. Phelps et al. (New York: Norton, 1970).
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Loss of cost discipline: the solution across the entire spectrum-government, corporate and household-is now to borrow more, not trim costs via innovation or increases in productivity and efficiency. E. Reliance on debt to fund spending leads to rising defaults which will collapse the system. Soaring auto-loan defaults are the canary in the coal mine. Now there are global gluts in everything from autos to natural gas to electronics.
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Stuart O. Determination of the relationship between labor force and worker participation rates in the United States in the 1970s. Hypothesis as to why unemployment affects youth; Significance of work orientation for work relationships; Description of the labor participation model.