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demand for durables, nondurables, services and the supply of labour in Canada: 1946-1969

Thomas K. Gussman

demand for durables, nondurables, services and the supply of labour in Canada: 1946-1969

by Thomas K. Gussman

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Published by Research Branch, Dept. of Manpower and Immigration [and] Dept. of Economics, University of British Columbia in Ottawa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Labor supply -- Canada.,
  • Employment forecasting,
  • Consumers -- Mathematical models.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Thomas K. Gussman.
    ContributionsCanada. Manpower and Immigration. Research Projects Group., Canada. Dept. of Manpower and Immigration. Research Branch., University of British Columbia. Dept. of Economics.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHC115 .G87
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 95 leaves ;
    Number of Pages95
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19615593M

    Jean Mercenier and Khalid Sekkat Money stock targeting and money supply: An intertemporal optimization approach (with an application to Canada) Andrew M. Gill Choice of employment status and the wages of employees and the self-employed: Some further evidence. September SUEVEY OF CURRENT BUSINESS CHART 4 Housing Starts Millions of units o! i i i i i I,, I Seasonally Adjusted at Annual Rates U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Economic Analysis.

    o Labor unions are another reason the wage might be above the market wage. o Unions pay higher wages which results in the same surplus. But there is 3 groups of people in this group: people in union, people would have a job if the wage was the market wage but they don’t, and people who brought into the market because they are attracted to the higher wage.   The nominal exchange rate is the: A. market on which currencies of various nations are traded for one another. B. price of the average domestic good or service relative to the price of the average foreign good or service, when prices are expressed in terms of a common currency. C. quantity of foreign currency assets [ ].

    The purpose of this book is to describe a short-run forecasting model of the United States economy that has been developed by the author. The model equations-one supply equation and one demand equation-that explain services and the consumption of durables and nondurables in the short run, there are, of course, more sophisticated ways of. Canada 1 on for to the each Oil. Commercial MONTREAL AND TORONTO durable 13% in services goods and com-prise about 56% of GNP, durables-about 8%. Consumer nondurables services Nondurable. (including i are large market. a goods food,, services and clothing.


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