The Economics of 1960

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The Economics of 1960

By Colin Clark
Macmillan, 1943
118 pp. $2.25

A well-known Australian economist predicts that migration will be resumed after the war; that Britain will again become the greatest exporter of capital; and that the position of countries producing primary goods will improve as much as 90 percent from the level of 1925-34. These predictions will be challenged by cautious critics, who will question the validity of the author's assumptions as well as the boldness of his deductions.

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