Employment without inflation. / Benjamin Higgins.

Higgins, Benjamin Howard, 1912-

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Preface

Part I: Introduction
1.	From "Business Cycles" to Shifting
        Trade-Off Curves and Loops                                        3

Part II: Business Cycles and Theories to Explain Them:
1825-1960
2.	Unemployment or Inflation: Experience,
        Theory, and Policy 1825-1960                                   1 9
3.	Underemployment Equilibrium, Secular Stagnation,
	and the "Knife Edge"	79
4.	Interactions of Cycles and Trends	107

Part III: Postwar Economic Fluctuations
	   as Shifting Trade-Off Curves and Loops
5.	Concepts and Definitions	129
6.	Unemployment and Inflation in Canada	141
7.	Unemployment and Inflation in Australia	155
8.	Unemployment and Inflation in the United States	181
9.	Canada, Australia, and the United States -
	Similarities and Differences	227
10.	The New Long-Term Unemployment	243

Part IV: Unemployment and Inflation since 1950:
Hypotheses, Theories, Explanations
11.	Unemployment and Inflation since 1950:
        Hypotheses and Theories                                       273
12.    The Machine, the Structure, and the Game                      295

Part V: Policy
13.	The Approach to Policy	317
14.	Designing Policy for the Late 1990s and Beyond	327
15.	Why Not Full Employment?	341
16.	Conclusions and Summary	363
	Index	375