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Goals for full employment

the Full employment and balanced growth act of 1976 : a discussion

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        StatementInstitute of Industrial Relations, University of California
        PublishersInstitute of Industrial Relations, University of California
        LC Classifications1976
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 117 p. :
        Number of Pages43
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        ISBN 10nodata

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The ELR program therefore need not be limited, as the currency will maintain its value regardless of the quantity of ELR spending.

The Full Employment Act

Impetus and strategy [ ] Unemployment and inflation levels began to rise in the early 1970s, reviving fears of an. Thisas the Act names it, sets forth future economic goals of the country and offers suggestions on how to attain it, a marked compromise from the original bill's focus on compensatory spending.

Nicknames Humphrey—Hawkins Enacted by the Citations Public law 92 Codification Acts amended• The Act's sponsors embraced a form ofadvocating public intervention to increase economic demand and to secure full employment. Government spending exceeded tax collections in 1942, 1943,1944, and 1945 by 14. Low interest rates were not enough to decrease desired H nfa.

The Full Employment Act

The government sets the ELR wage and lets the market allocate all other resources accordingly. Instructs the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve to transmit a twice a year outlining its monetary policy. This would enhance the investment environment for foreigners as well as domestics, as better workers could be hired for the same nominal wage. If a transaction does occur, the dollar denominated financial assets will change hands but not increase or diminish.