Designs within Disorder: Franklin D. Roosevelt, the Economists, and the Shaping of American Economic Policy, 1933-1945by William J. Barber
This 1996 book explains how economists helped to shape the American economy during the years of the New Deal and the Second World War.See more details below
This 1996 book explains how economists helped to shape the American economy during the years of the New Deal and the Second World War.
- Cambridge University Press
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- Historical Perspectives on Modern Economics Series
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- 5.98(w) x 8.98(h) x 0.55(d)
Table of Contents
Preface; Guide to abbreviations in citations of sources; Prologue; 1. Stage setting in the presidential campaign of 1932; 2. Curtain raising in the first hundred days; 3. Deployments in the second half of 1933; 4. Rethinking the structuralist agenda (I): the fate of NRA, 1934–5; 5. Rethinking the structuralist agenda (II): the fate of the Agricultural Adjustment Administration, 1934-6; 6. Rethinking macroeconomic strategies, 1934–6; 7. Shock tremors and their repercussions, 1937–8; 8. Toward a new 'official model,' 1939–40; 9. Designs for the management of an economy at war; 10. Designs for the postwar world; Epilogue; Bibliographical note; Index.
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