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Why Wages Rise

 Author: F.A. Harper  Category: Other Books  Published: 1957  File Size: 6.1 MB  Download
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From Harper’s Introduction:

Wages are of prime importance in any advanced economy such as ours. They affect us all far more than seems evidenced in our concern about them.

I shall deal with the wage problem in a manner that may seem oversimplified. Basic principles always have a way of seeming simple. Yet if they be principles, they can no more be oversimplified than can the law of gravity or the listing of chemical elements be oversimplified. What is needed in our complex society of millions of products sold by millions of business units to over a hundred million traders through billions of transactions each year is to get back to simple economic principles. These are working tools for solving problems that seem more complex than they really are.


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