Inventories and the business cycle : with special reference to Canada /

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Author / Creator:Barber, Clarence L., author.
Imprint:[Toronto] : University of Toronto Press, 1958.
Description:1 online resource (132 pages) : illustrations.
Language:English
Series:Canadian studies in economics ; 10
Canadian studies in economics ; 10.
Subject:Inventories.
Inventories -- Canada.
Inventaires.
Inventaires -- Canada.
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Industries -- Manufacturing.
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Industries -- General.
Inventories.
Canada.
Electronic books.
Electronic books.
Format: E-Resource Book
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/11382109
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ISBN:9781442656574
1442656573
9781442633261
1442633263
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Notes:Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Summary:This study falls into two parts. Part I contains a theoretical analysis of the relation of inventories and inventory fluctuations to the business cycle. It begins with a brief survey of the treatment of inventories in the literature of business cycles. Then a theoretical model of the economic system is developed as a basis for judging the nature and importance of inventory fluctuations in the economy. Part II is a study of inventory fluctuations in Canada over the period from 1918 to 1950 and provides some inductive verification of the preceding theoretical argument. The behaviour of inventories in ten important manufacturing industries is analysed in detail. This part also contains analysis of the movement of total inventories and of the behaviour of inventories in the main industrial subdivisions of the economy. Finally a brief chapter relates these findings to the theoretical analysis of Part I. Canadian Studies in Economics, No. 10.
Other form:Print version: Barber, Clarence L. Inventories and the business cycle. [Toronto] University of Toronto Press, 1958