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  • Cullison, William E. 37 items
    All- Important Consumer,
    The Case of the Reluctant Recovery,
    The Changing Labor Force : Some Provocative Findings,
    Consumer Reactions to Income Changes,
    The Determinants of Labor Force Participation : An Empirical Analysis , Working Paper 79-3
    Economic Aspects of Health Care and Medical Insurance Programs,
    Employment and Unemployment Since 1969,
    An Employment Pressure Index as an Alternative Measure of Labor Market Conditions , Working Paper 74-3
    Energy Shortages Cloud Outlook Forecasts 1974,
    Equalizing Regional Differences in Wages : A Study of Wages and Migration in the South and Other Regions,
    Few Surprises in Store Forecasts 1973,
    Fifth District,
    Forecasts 1969 : As Usual, An Unusual Year,
    Forecasts 1970 : A Cooling Economy,
    Forecasts 1971 : Recovery in Sight,
    Forecasts 1972 : Success for the Economic Program,
    Forecasts 1975 : Will the "Year of the Hare" Outrun the Hounds?,
    Forecasts 1976 : Recovery But No Bicentennial Boom,
    Forecasts 1977 : A Persistent But Gradual Expansion,
    Forecasts 1979 : Slow Growth, Continued Inflation, But No Recession,
    Forecasts 1980 : A Consensus for a Recession,
    Forecasts 1981 : Hope Springs Eternal,
    Housing Rebound,
    Is Saving Too Low in the United States?,
    Long-Term Employment and Recent Unemployment Trends in the United States,
    Measures of Saving as Indicators of Economic Growth , Working Paper 90-09
    Money, the Monetary Base, and Nominal Gnp,
    On Labor Market Indicators,
    On Recognizing Inflation,
    Personal Income in the Fifth District a Decade of Growth,
    Public Investment and Economic Growth,
    Seasonally Adjusted World the Census Seasonal Adjustment Technique,
    Trends in Federal Taxation Since 1950,
    Unemployment and Its Measurement : Implications From a Survey of Long-term Unemployment in Baltimore City,
    Unemployment Rate Behavior During Recessions,
    The U.S. Productivity Slowdown : What the Experts Say,
    Zero Population Growth,
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