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Beer, 1950. Social Research 17(1):35-64

British Planning under the Labor Government
Samuel H. Beer

Social Research: An International Quarterly

Arien Mack, Editor

Volume 17, No. 1 (Spring 1950): 35-64

EXCERPT: That there should be some kind of central economic planning is not an issue in Britain today. Even the severest critics of the Labor government's planning accept the 'Keynesian revolution' and proposes that the state intervene to maintain employment and prevent inflation by compensatory fiscal policy; this is the minimum on which all parties and nearly all experts in Britain are agreed. A second type of planning follows from proposals to use the techniques suggested by the Keynesian analysis not only for compensation, but also for expansion and social reform. However, there is yet a third type of central planning that goes beyond the techniques suggested by the Keynesian analysis and adopts the methods worked out for control and direction of the British economy during the war...
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