Problems of the Anglo-Saxon Real Economy

JWJ Harrod

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This public lecture examines the origins of low economic growth in the United States and United Kingdom, and suggests that the problems are in the real economy of labour productivity and motivation. Thus the dominant model of labour and production is weakening just at the time when uni-polar hegemony would require a strong model for promotion and emulation.
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Number of pages18
Publication statusPublished - 1993

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