6 edition of Public works, government spending, and job creation found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. 316-320.
|Statement||Robert Jerrett III, Thomas A. Barocci.|
|Contributions||Barocci, Thomas A., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||HD5724 .J47|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxviii, 320 p. :|
|Number of Pages||320|
|LC Control Number||79015972|
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Get this from a library. Public works, government spending, and job creation: the Job Opportunities Program. [Robert Jerrett; Thomas A Barocci]. Total spending would be billion pesos (US $ billion), which includes proposals to purchase assets including real estate, land, furniture and equipment as.
Government taxing and spending programs only redistribute existing jobs: taxation reduces the economic vitality of the private economy, destroying jobs. Inthe initial budget of the national government's general account for public works expenditures in Japan amounted to around trillion Japanese yen.
Infrastructure Spending and Job Creation Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood talked about infrastructure stimulus spending and its. For every job created by a public works project, a private job has been excluded somewhere else in the economy.
Because the incomes and outcomes of. The other day, its lead editorial was “The Myth of Job Creation: The government does in fact create jobs, important jobs, millions of them.” In. Job creation isn’t easy for governments, particularly when they are actually reducing their role as direct employers.
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