Origins of National Income Accounting

Case Solution

David A. Moss, Joseph P. Gownder
Harvard Business School ()

Set in the Great Depression, this case examines the origins of the national income state in the United States. Notable is Senator La Follette’s 1932 proposal for the federal government to begin compiling statistics on national income.

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