2 edition of U.S. consumer behavior over the postwar period found in the catalog.
1986 by Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources, California Agricultural Experiment Station in Berkeley, Calif .
Written in English
|Statement||Laura A. Blanciforti, Richard D. Green, and Gordon A. King.|
|Series||Giannini Foundation monograph -- no. 40.|
|Contributions||Green, Richard D. 1943-, King, Gordon A., 1924-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||66 p. :|
|Number of Pages||66|
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consumer behavior over the postwar period' -- subject(s): Mathematical models, Consumption (Economics), Demand (Economic theory), Attitudes, Consumers. Mean percentage growth rates for food consumption was % in the period and % in the period while the standard deviation of growth rates fell from in the earlier.
In fact, the United States had enjoyed an extended period of economic expansion during the war, and following the war the U.S. economy continued with great strength for more than a.
Meeting at the American National Exhibition in Moscow, the two leaders sparred over the relative merits of capitalist consumer culture versus Soviet state planning. Nixon won applause for his staunch. In this brief history of U.S. consumer finance since World War II, the sector is defined based on the functions delivered by firms in the form of payments, savings and investing, borrowing, managing risk, Cited by: Postwar U.S.
Consumption, Consumer Expenditures, and Saving By MICHAEL R. DARBYY* If interest in research topics ebbs and flows, there can be no doubt that macro-economic consumption theory is. U.S. Consumer Behavior Over the Postwar Period: An Almost Ideal Demand System Analysis.
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Tupperware also helped fulfill the postwar desire for consumer goods. When asked how she recruited new dealers to her Tupperware distributorship, Jean Conlogue noted, "We tried to fill a need for Author: American Experience.
In Western usage, the phrase post-war era or postwar era (sometimes capitalized) usually refer to the time since the end of World War II, even though many nations involved in this war have been involved.
Two defining characteristics of the U.S. economy in the postwar period were high income and abundant goods (46) Between andthe average income of U.S.
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Mike is one of the original USIH bloggers and a founder of the Society for U.S. This article describes the consumer finance sector in the US since World War II. We first define the sector in terms of the functions delivered by firms (payments, savings/investing, borrowing, managing risk, Cited by: Immensely readable, this book not only offers an in-depth analysis of the postwar period crucial for the history of Social Democracy but also, because of its cross-national treatment of these three major.
Third, most of the price increase in the postwar period seems to have been concentrated in just two, albeit perhaps prolonged, episodes.
The behavior of prices throughout U.S. history was linked to whether the value of the dollar was fixed in terms of gold and/or silver.
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Kling writes, however, that economic behavior cannot be predicted by solving a series of equations that may use shaky assumptions or omit important variables.
Such behavior evolves and adapts, and it. Effects of Changes in Alcohol Prices and Taxes Alcohol research is carried out from a variety of disciplinary backgrounds and perspectives. From an economic perspective, alcoholic beverages are. More offers a thoughtful, balanced, clearly written, and entertaining account of post-World War II America's love affair with the blessings of economic growth.
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File Size: 1MB. The war brought the return of prosperity, and in the postwar period the United States consolidated its position as the world's richest country. Gross national product, a measure of all goods and services. Sources: U.S. Department of Commerce, Standard and Poor's, and U.S.
Bureau of Labor Statistics. This table is in part adapted from Baily (). Note: Data are means and standard deviations, in. 4 zHuman loss – million ( million) deaths zMaterial loss – 25% of national wealth zIndustrial production dropped to 1/10 of the prewar level.
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