The Technological Unemployment and Structural Unemployment Debates

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Greenwood Press, 1996 - 208 páginas

The two historical debates studied here are concerned with the impact of technological change on unemployment and on the economy generally. The topic is of enduring interest among both economists and the public at large. The history of these 20th century debates has not previously been studied in detail, and the book provides valuable insight into the evolution of the understanding of a fundamental issue in the economy. By providing insight into idea evolution and economic methodology, the book is a valuable description of the ways in which economists work and react to each other.

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The Machinery and Unemployment Debates
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Origin of the Technological Unemployment Debates
23
Origin of the Structural Unemployment Debates
77
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GREGORY R. WOIROL is Professor of Economics and holder of the Richard and Billie Deihl Distinguished Chair at Whittier College. Dr. Woirol has published numerous books and journal articles dealing with subjects in economics.

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