2 edition of Income and spending and saving of city families in wartime found in the catalog.
Income and spending and saving of city families in wartime
Alice Hanson Jones
|Statement||prepared by Cost of living division, Faith M. Williams, chief.|
|Series||Bulletin / United States. Bureau of Labor Statistics -- no. 724, Bulletin of the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics -- no. 724.|
|Contributions||Cornfield, Jerome., Epstein, Lenore Alice.|
|LC Classifications||HD8051 .A62 no. 724, HD6983.H27 .A62 no. 724|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 31 p. :|
|Number of Pages||31|
|LC Control Number||43000007|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Jones, Alice Hanson, Income and spending and saving of city families in wartime. Washington: G.P.O., Get this from a library. Income and spending and saving of city families in wartime. [Alice Hanson Jones; Jerome Cornfield; Lenore A Epstein; United States.
Bureau of Labor Statistics. Cost of Living Division.; United States. Bureau of Labor Statistics,]. Spending and Saving of the Nation's Families in Wartime: Bulletin of the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics, No.
by United States. Bureau Income and spending and saving of city families in wartime book Labor Statistics. Division of Consumer Prices and Price Indexes.
Family Spending and Saving in Wartime: Bulletin of the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics, No. by Jerome Cornfield, Lenore A. (Lenore Alice) Epstein, Alice Hanson Jones, United States. Congress. House, United States. Bureau of Human Nutrition and Home Economics, United States.
Bureau of Labor Statistics. 2 Income and Spending and Saving of City Families in Wartime (Bureau of Labor Statistics, Bul. Sept. ); Rural Family Spending and Saving in Wartime (Department of Agriculture, Misc. PublicationJune ). Prices and Wages by Decade: Family Spending and Saving in Wartime, Income and spending and saving of city families in wartime book extensive list of tables show the percent of families spending money on various categories of goods and services by income group.
It also provides the average dollar amount spent in these categories. Detailed review of budgets for city families Author: Marie Concannon. differences in the propensity to save. The relation of saving to income is examined in Chapter VIII, and in Appendix V con-tributed by Mr. Rothbarth.
It is quite impossible to summarise the wealth of information given in this study regarding the spending pattern of these families and its variation according to the size of the income and.
income sensitivity of clothing expenditures in Urban U. du ring approximately the past 25 years and (2) to examine the influence of various family characteristics on this income sensitivity. Data from four different U. budget studies are primarily Income and spending and saving of city families in wartime book in connection with the first purpose although same time series evi.
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He proposed a compulsory savings plan for wage-earners for the purchase of government bonds during wartime, to be reduced at the war's end. In this way, inflation would be defeated by putting into savings the extra war income.
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(3) If the percentage of under-$4, families decreased by two-thirds between andtheir share of the national income dropped a great deal more—from 35 per cent to 7 per cent. Stiebeling: We are now engaged in making a study of spending and saving in rural families in wartime.
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