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by Albert T. Sommers

Author: Albert T. Sommers
Language: English
Publisher: Conference Board (August 1, 1981)
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Albert T. Sommers, an analyst of national economic trends . Mr. Sommers wrote many books and articles published by the Conference Board and elsewhere. Sommers, an analyst of national economic trends, died on Sunday in Boca Raton, Fl. where he was vacationing. He was 74 and lived in Manhasset, . He suffered a heart attack on a tennis court on Feb. 7, his family said.

In the early 1980s, Canada experienced higher inflation, interest rates, and underemployment than the United . US GDP growth in the early 1980s.

In the early 1980s, Canada experienced higher inflation, interest rates, and underemployment than the United States did. The Bank of Canada rate hit 21% in August 1981, and the inflation rate averaged more than 12%. The inflationary period made Canadians seek to protect themselves by investing in the housing market. The Federal Home Loan Bank Board (FHLBB) regulated and inspected S&Ls and administered the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation (FSLIC), which insured deposits at S&Ls. The FHLBB's enforcement practices were significantly weaker than those of other federal banking agencies.

Conference Board, (c) Physical Description: v, 39 p. ;, 23 cm. Title: Conference Board report ; no. 79. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. 798. Rubrics: Inflation (Finance). The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners.

original 1980 and augmented specifications and reports on their stability. Per sistence of High Inflation. anid High Unemployment, Conference Series 19 (FRBB, 1978), pp. 49-72.

After a series of inflationary "surprises" during the. 1970s, when the inflation rate was regularly underpredicted by forecast-. ers and inflatiorn analysts, inflation has decelerated faster and further. since 1980 than many thought possible. original 1980 and augmented specifications and reports on their stability. and performance in dynamic simulations. A historical decomposition. 6. Robert J. Gordon, "Price Inertia and Policy Ineffectiveness in the United States, 1890-1980, " Jouirncl of Political Econonzy, vol. 90 (December 1982), pp. 1087-1117.

Sommers, Albert T. Publication, Distribution, et. New York. Conference Board, (c) Physical Description: 39 p. Series Statement: Conference Board report ; n. 98. Geographic Name: United States Economic policy. Uniform Title: Conference Board report ; no. Rubrics: Inflation (Finance) United States. by Charlotte Templin. ISBN: 0700607080 (cloth : alk. paper) Author: Templin, Charlotte.

Published: Gordon Robert J. "Understanding Inflation in the 1980's. James Poterba, president. Brookings papers on Economic Activity, Vol. 1985, No. 1, (1985), pp. 263-299. He is also the Mitsui Professor of Economics at .

President Port Alert, In. Port Washington, New York, 1969-1971. Served with United States Army, 1942-1946. Fellow National Association Business Economists, International Academy Management. Member American Economic Association, American Statistical Association, Commission on Law and the Economy Clubs: University. Son of; married Jean Marvin Sommers, December 26, 1946. Children: Elizabeth, John.

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The conference proceedings today were arduous so let me begin this address with the sort of grand simplifications . These ideas came from the top down. The public wanted change – but it was not protesting in the streets for a floating dollar, free trade and low inflation.

The conference proceedings today were arduous so let me begin this address with the sort of grand simplifications appropriate for a journalist. The 1980s saw the globalisation of the Australian economy; the 1990s saw this globalisation being contested in a new political struggle between globalists and anti-globalists; and the coming decade will determine which side wins the ascendancy in this struggle. The intellectual momentum for the 1980s reforms was elite-driven.