Of `natural' rates

Risen, James
October 1994
FW;10/11/94, Vol. 163 Issue 21, p14
Presents information on the rate of unemployment in the United States. Definition of natural rates; Reliance of the Federal Reserve Board on natural rates to adjust interest rates for inflation; Provisions of the Humphrey-Hawkins Act of 1970; Measures to counteract the rise in unemployment rates.


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