NATIONAL BUREAU OF ECONOMIC RESEARCH
NATIONAL BUREAU OF ECONOMIC RESEARCH

Moses Abramovitz

Department of Economics
Stanford University
Stanford, CA 94305-6072

NBER Working Papers and Publications

August 1986Simon Kuznets 1901-1985
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Published: Abramovitz, Moses. "Simon Kuznets 1901-1985." Journal of Economic History, Vol. XLVI, No. 1, (March 1986), pp. 241-246.

1964Front matter, Evidences of Long Swings in Aggregate Construction since the Civil War
in Evidences of Long Swings in Aggregate Construction Since the Civil War, Moses Abramovitz
Construction Cycles and Long Swings in Economic Growth
in Evidences of Long Swings in Aggregate Construction Since the Civil War, Moses Abramovitz
The Size of Construction and Its Components
in Evidences of Long Swings in Aggregate Construction Since the Civil War, Moses Abramovitz
The Varieties of Statistical Indicators of Construction
in Evidences of Long Swings in Aggregate Construction Since the Civil War, Moses Abramovitz
Chronology of Long Swings in the Level of Construction Activity
in Evidences of Long Swings in Aggregate Construction Since the Civil War, Moses Abramovitz
Duration and Amplitude of Long Swings in Construction Compared with Those of Specific Cycles
in Evidences of Long Swings in Aggregate Construction Since the Civil War, Moses Abramovitz
Duration and Amplitude of Specific Cycles in Construction Classified by Phase of Long Swings
in Evidences of Long Swings in Aggregate Construction Since the Civil War, Moses Abramovitz
Congruence of Long Swings in Major Branches of Construction
in Evidences of Long Swings in Aggregate Construction Since the Civil War, Moses Abramovitz
Long Swings in Construction Viewed as Fluctuations in Rates of Growth
in Evidences of Long Swings in Aggregate Construction Since the Civil War, Moses Abramovitz
Evidence of Long Swings from Labor-Force Data
in Evidences of Long Swings in Aggregate Construction Since the Civil War, Moses Abramovitz
Conclusion
in Evidences of Long Swings in Aggregate Construction Since the Civil War, Moses Abramovitz
Appendix A: Construction Statistics for the Period Since the Civil War
in Evidences of Long Swings in Aggregate Construction Since the Civil War, Moses Abramovitz
Appendix B: Note on the Manpower Estimates in Table 18
in Evidences of Long Swings in Aggregate Construction Since the Civil War, Moses Abramovitz
References
in Evidences of Long Swings in Aggregate Construction Since the Civil War, Moses Abramovitz
1957Front matter to "The Growth of Public Employment in Great Britain"
with Vera F. Eliasberg
in The Growth of Public Employment in Great Britain, Moses Abramovitz and Vera F. Eliasberg
The Measure of Government
with Vera F. Eliasberg
in The Growth of Public Employment in Great Britain, Moses Abramovitz and Vera F. Eliasberg
Government in Nineteenth Century Great Britain
with Vera F. Eliasberg
in The Growth of Public Employment in Great Britain, Moses Abramovitz and Vera F. Eliasberg
The British Government since 1890: A General View
with Vera F. Eliasberg
in The Growth of Public Employment in Great Britain, Moses Abramovitz and Vera F. Eliasberg
The British Central Government, 1890-1950
with Vera F. Eliasberg
in The Growth of Public Employment in Great Britain, Moses Abramovitz and Vera F. Eliasberg
Local Governments, 1890-1950
with Vera F. Eliasberg
in The Growth of Public Employment in Great Britain, Moses Abramovitz and Vera F. Eliasberg
The Nationalized Industries and Services
with Vera F. Eliasberg
in The Growth of Public Employment in Great Britain, Moses Abramovitz and Vera F. Eliasberg
Comparison of Government Employment in Greta Britain and the United States, 1900-1950
with Vera F. Eliasberg
in The Growth of Public Employment in Great Britain, Moses Abramovitz and Vera F. Eliasberg
Appendix: Sources and Notes to Tables
with Vera F. Eliasberg
in The Growth of Public Employment in Great Britain, Moses Abramovitz and Vera F. Eliasberg
1956Resource and Output Trends in the United States Since 1870
in Resource and Output Trends in the United States Since 1870, Moses Abramovitz
Staff Reports: National Income and Capital Formation
with Simon Kuznets, Morris A. Copeland, Michael Gort, Richard Easterlin
in Basic Research and the Analysis of Current Business Conditions, Thirty-sixth Annual Report, Solomon Fabricant
1954Inventory Policy and Business Stability
in Regularization of Business Investment, Universities-National Bureau
1951Influence of Inventory Investment on Business Cycles
in Conference on Business Cycles, Universities-National Bureau
1950Front matter, preface, tables of content
in Inventories and Business Cycles, with Special Reference to Manufacturer's Inventories, Moses Abramovitz
Setting and Scope
in Inventories and Business Cycles, with Special Reference to Manufacturer's Inventories, Moses Abramovitz
Size and Relative Importance of Manufacturers' Inventories
in Inventories and Business Cycles, with Special Reference to Manufacturer's Inventories, Moses Abramovitz
National Bureau Measures of Cyclical Behavior
in Inventories and Business Cycles, with Special Reference to Manufacturer's Inventories, Moses Abramovitz
Total Inventories during Business Cycles
in Inventories and Business Cycles, with Special Reference to Manufacturer's Inventories, Moses Abramovitz
Manufacturers' Stocks during Manufacturing Activity Cycles
in Inventories and Business Cycles, with Special Reference to Manufacturer's Inventories, Moses Abramovitz
Inventory Turnover and the Amplitude of Inventory Cycles
in Inventories and Business Cycles, with Special Reference to Manufacturer's Inventories, Moses Abramovitz
Relative Importance of Raw Materials, Goods in Process, and Finished Goods
in Inventories and Business Cycles, with Special Reference to Manufacturer's Inventories, Moses Abramovitz
Goods in Process
in Inventories and Business Cycles, with Special Reference to Manufacturer's Inventories, Moses Abramovitz
Raw Materials: A General View
in Inventories and Business Cycles, with Special Reference to Manufacturer's Inventories, Moses Abramovitz
Ten Examples of Raw Materials Stocks
in Inventories and Business Cycles, with Special Reference to Manufacturer's Inventories, Moses Abramovitz
Finished Goods Made from Nonagricultural Materials
in Inventories and Business Cycles, with Special Reference to Manufacturer's Inventories, Moses Abramovitz
Finished Goods Made from Agricultural Materials
in Inventories and Business Cycles, with Special Reference to Manufacturer's Inventories, Moses Abramovitz
A Preliminary Theory of the Cyclical Behavior of Manufacturers' Stocks
in Inventories and Business Cycles, with Special Reference to Manufacturer's Inventories, Moses Abramovitz
Significance of Inventory Investment
in Inventories and Business Cycles, with Special Reference to Manufacturer's Inventories, Moses Abramovitz
Timing and Conformity of Inventory Investment Cycles
in Inventories and Business Cycles, with Special Reference to Manufacturer's Inventories, Moses Abramovitz
Inventory Investment and Rates of Change in Output
in Inventories and Business Cycles, with Special Reference to Manufacturer's Inventories, Moses Abramovitz
Investment in Goods in Process
in Inventories and Business Cycles, with Special Reference to Manufacturer's Inventories, Moses Abramovitz
Investment in Raw Materials Stocks
in Inventories and Business Cycles, with Special Reference to Manufacturer's Inventories, Moses Abramovitz
Investment in Stocks of Finished Goods Made from Nonagricultural Materials
in Inventories and Business Cycles, with Special Reference to Manufacturer's Inventories, Moses Abramovitz
Investment in Stocks of Finished Goods Made from Agricultural Materials
in Inventories and Business Cycles, with Special Reference to Manufacturer's Inventories, Moses Abramovitz
Summary Account of the Timing of Inventory Investment Cycles
in Inventories and Business Cycles, with Special Reference to Manufacturer's Inventories, Moses Abramovitz
Size of Cyclical Fluctuations in Inventory Investment
in Inventories and Business Cycles, with Special Reference to Manufacturer's Inventories, Moses Abramovitz
Appendix A: Sources and Methods Used to Estimate Manufacturers' Inventories Based on Company Accounts
in Inventories and Business Cycles, with Special Reference to Manufacturer's Inventories, Moses Abramovitz
Appendix B: Determination of Reference Dates for Annual Series with Various Timing Characteristics
in Inventories and Business Cycles, with Special Reference to Manufacturer's Inventories, Moses Abramovitz
Appendix C: Relative Importance of Goods in Process Based on Federal Trade Commission and Securities and Exchange Commission Reports
in Inventories and Business Cycles, with Special Reference to Manufacturer's Inventories, Moses Abramovitz
Appendix D: Calculation of Value of Goods in Process Held in Continuous, Discontinuous, and Mixed Industries, 1939
in Inventories and Business Cycles, with Special Reference to Manufacturer's Inventories, Moses Abramovitz
Appendix E: Classification of Stocks of Finished Goods According to Character and Source of Raw Materials
in Inventories and Business Cycles, with Special Reference to Manufacturer's Inventories, Moses Abramovitz
Appendix F: Comprehensive Data on Inventories, Inventory Investment, Inventory-Sales, and Inventory-Output Ratios
in Inventories and Business Cycles, with Special Reference to Manufacturer's Inventories, Moses Abramovitz
Appendix G: Catalogue and Description of Statistical Series
in Inventories and Business Cycles, with Special Reference to Manufacturer's Inventories, Moses Abramovitz
Index
in Inventories and Business Cycles, with Special Reference to Manufacturer's Inventories, Moses Abramovitz
1948Front matter, The Role of Inventories in Business Cycles
in The Role of Inventories in Business Cyles, Moses Abramovitz
Preface and Section I
in The Role of Inventories in Business Cyles, Moses Abramovitz
Section 2
in The Role of Inventories in Business Cyles, Moses Abramovitz
Section 3
in The Role of Inventories in Business Cyles, Moses Abramovitz
Appendix Note
in The Role of Inventories in Business Cyles, Moses Abramovitz
 
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