World Economic Survey 1957

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World Economic Survey 1957 examines the problem of inflation, analysing its nature as well as recent governmental anti-inflationary policies, with particular emphasis on the role of monetary policies. Both demand and cost elements, as well as the significance of monetary factors are reviewed. The Survey also highlights recent events in the world economy, paying special attention to the factors underlying the recessionary trends that emerged in 1957, and provides an economic outlook for 1958.


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