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  • Carlson, Keith M. 88 items
    The 1971 National Economic Plan,
    The 1973 National Economic Plan : Slowing the Boom,
    The 1974 National Economic Plan : Riding Out the Storm,
    The 1975 National Economic Program : Another Exercise in Fiscal Activism,
    The 1976 Economic Report and the Federal Budget : Toward a Long-Run Perspective,
    Change in Real GNP and its Components,
    Changes in Real GNP,
    Changes in Real GNP and Selected Components,
    Changes in Real GNP (Billions of Dollars at Annual Rates),
    Characteristics of Postwar Recessions,
    Components of Real GNP in the First Six Quarters of Economic Expansion (Compounded Annual Rates of Change),
    Controlling Federal Outlays : Trends and Proposals,
    Cover Page,
    Cover Page,
    The Critical Role of Economic Assumptions in the Evaluation of Federal Budget Programs,
    Crowding Out and Its Critics,
    Does the St. Louis Equation Now Believe in Fiscal Policy?,
    Do Price Indexes Tell Us About Inflation? A Review of the Issue,
    Economic Goals for 1981 : A Monetary Analysis,
    Economic Indicators (Compounded Annual Rates of Change),
    Employment Trends (Percent Change),
    Estimates of the High-Employment Budget : 1947-1967,
    Estimates of the High-Employment Budget and Changes in Potential Output,
    Explaining the Economic Slowdown of 1979 : A Supply and Demand Approach,
    The Federal Budget and Economic Stabilization,
    The Federal Budget and Stabilization Policy in 1968,
    Federal Budget Trends and the 1981 Reagan Economic Plan,
    Federal Budget Trends (Percent of GNP),
    Federal Fiscal Policy Since the Employment Act of 1946,
    Formulating Economic Policy for 1979 and Beyond : Old Problems and New Constraints,
    Four Econometric Models and Monetary Policy : The Longer-Run View,
    The Future of Social Security : An Update,
    GDP Is Now the Primary Measure of U.S. Production,
    GNP in Dollars (Compounded Annual Rates of Change),
    Growth of the Capital Stock, Civilian Labor Force and Productivity (Compounded Annual Rates of Change,
    Growth Rates in Two Measures of Economic Well- Being,
    Household Debt and Consumer Spending (Annual Rates of Change),
    How Important is High Technology Investment,
    How Much Lower Can the Unemployment Rate Go?,
    Inflation Dead,
    Inflation, Unemployment, and Money : Comparing the Evidence from Two Simple Models,
    The Lag From Money to Prices,
    Large Federal Budget Deficits : Perspectives and Prospects,
    Measures of Economic Performance,
    The Mix of Monetary and Fiscal Policies : Conventional Wisdom Vs. Empirical Reality,
    A Monetarist Model for Economic Stabilization : Review and Update,
    A Monetarist Model for Economic Stabilization,
    A Monetarist Model for Economic Stabilization,
    Monetary Aggregates as Monetary Indicators,
    A Monetary Analysis of the Administration's Budget and Economic Projections,
    Monetary and Fiscal Actions in Macroeconomic Models,
    Money Growth and the Size of the Federal Debt,
    Money, Inflation, and Economic Growth : Some Updated Reduced Form Results and Their Implications,
    Monthly Economic Indicators : A Closer Look at the Coincident Index,
    National Income and Factors Influencing Net Interest,
    Nonfarm Payroll Employment and Recession,
    On Maintaining a Rising U.S. Standard of Living into the Mid-21st Century,
    On the Macroeconomics of Private Debt,
    Persons at Work in Nonagricultural Industries (Percent of Total),
    Population Trends,
    Price Trends,
    Produce Prices (Compounded Annual Rates of Change),
    A Program of Budget Restraint,
    Projecting With the St. Louis Model : A Progress Report,
    Real Final Sales and Its Components (Compounded Annual Rates of Change),
    Real GNP and Prices Compounded Annual Rates of Change,
    Real GNP and Selected Components (Compounded Annual Rates of Change),
    Real GNP and the Labor Market in the First Six Quarters of Economic Expansion,
    Recent Economic Developments in Perspective,
    Recent Revisions of GNP,
    Recent Revisions of GNP Data,
    Recent Trends in Payroll Employment (Seasonally Adjusted),
    Recent Trends in the Motor Vehicle Industry (Compounded Annual Rates of Change),
    Relative Importance of Expenditure Groups,
    Revisions of Industrial Production,
    Slowing in Money Growth : The Key to Success in Curbing Inflation,
    Source of Personal Income,
    The St. Louis Equation and Monthly Data,
    Trends in Federal Revenues : 1955-86,
    Trends in Federal Spending : 1955-86,
    Trends in Government Expenditures (Compounded Annual Rates of Change),
    Trends in Government Expenditures (Compounded Annual Rates of Change),
    Trends in Government Spending (Compounded Annual Rates of Change),
    Trends in Nonfarm Payroll Employment (December to December Percent Change),
    Trends in Payroll Employment,
    The U.S. Balance Sheet : What Is It and What Does It Tell Us?,
    Why Did Housing Growth Slow,
    Why the Federal Deficit Has Increased So Much,
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