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The role of special districts in the efficient provision of local public services
(Virginia Tech, 1979-07-05)
An analysis of monetary velocity in an open economy
(Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 1976)
Institutional structures and local government consolidation
(Virginia Tech, 1977)
An economic analysis of the causes of unionization of college faculty
(Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 1979)
The bureaucratic theory of synthetic advertising
(Virginia Tech, 1977)
An analysis of sectoral components of aggregate economic activity
(Virginia Tech, 1970-07-21)
This study investigated the effects of monetary and fiscal policy actions upon the real outputs of a large number of individual economic sectors. Two main hypotheses were tested: (1) monetary and fiscal policy actions have ...
Money, income, and prices: the velocity of money in nine major O.E.C.D. economies
(Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 1975)
The widespread growth of nominal income and the price level in many countries in the late 1960's and early 1970 1 s added to interest in the quantity theory of money. Most earlier work centered on the United States. This ...
Banks and inflation
(Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 1974)
This dissertation examines three aspects of banking behavior: (a) involvement of banks in inflationary processes, (b) the effects of inflation on bank earnings and (c) the portfolio behavior of banks in an inflationary ...
Third-party effects and labor entitlements: an economic perspective
(Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 1977)
This dissertation is concerned with "third-party" or "external" effects that pervade the economic dimension of human action. As an instance of these effects, actions in a specific market, the labor market, are isolated and ...
William E. Hearn and classical political economy
(Virginia Tech, 1977-05-01)
PREFACE: Although his name is not familiar to today's student of economics. in his own lifetime William Edward Hearn's reputation as an economist stood high. In the last century Hearn's <u>Plutology: Or the Theory of Efforts ...