Balanced Regional Development

  • J. Harvey
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Abstract

Even when there is no over-all deficiency of aggregate demand, unemployment may occur through changes in the conditions of demand and supply. Demand may be buoyant for some goods, e.g. electronic equipment and cars, and slack for others, e.g. ships, where workers become unemployed. On the supply side, too, technological change, e.g. automation, can lead to redundancies.

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© J. Harvey 1980

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