Nonfinancial Economics: The Case for Shorter Hours of Work

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The authors, both of whom have been deeply involved in shorter workweek policy debates, argue that reduced work hours are an effective means to full employment, improved income distribution, and a stronger consumer market--in addition to promising a better life to the contemporary American family.

Nonfinancial Economics: The Case for Shorter Hours of Work 1989, Praeger Publishers, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780275925147

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