The Roots of Inflation: The International Crisis

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The Roots of Inflation: The International Crisis

By Gardiner C. Means and Others
Burt Franklin, 1975
315 pp. $15.00
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Long a critic of "administered pricing," the veteran Gardiner Means is here joined by a diverse group of economists who examine American and European experience to stress how business structure, market power, and cost-push elements make inflation more than a phenomenon of excess demand.

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