The Invisible Hand of Planning: Capitalism, Social Science, and the State in the 1920s
Capitalism, Social Science, and the State in the 1920s
Guy Alchon examines the mutually supportive efforts of social scientists, business managers, and government officials to create America's first peacetime system of macroeconomic management.
Originally published in 1985.
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264 pages; ISBN 9781400854967
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Title: The Invisible Hand of Planning: Capitalism, Social Science, and the State in the 1920s
Author: Guy Alchon