Postwar cycles in manufacturers" inventories. by Thomas M. Stanback

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  • Inventories.,
  • Business cycles.

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SeriesNational Bureau of Economic Research. Studies in business cycles,, 11, Studies in business cycles ;, 11.
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LC ClassificationsHB3730.5 .S78
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Pagination146 p.
Number of Pages146
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Open LibraryOL5852368M
LC Control Number62012891
OCLC/WorldCa228682

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book Stanback, Jr. Postwar Cycles in Manufacturers' Inventories. Thomas M. Stanback, Jr. Published in by NBER in NBER Book Series Studies in Business Cycles NBER Program(s):EFG, IO, PR Order from pages ISBN: Table of ContentsCited by: More about this item Book Chapters The following chapters of this book are listed in IDEAS.

Thomas M. Stanback, Jr., "Introduction and Summary," NBER Chapters, in: Postwar Cycles in Manufacturers' Inventories, pagesNational Bureau of Economic Research, Inc. Thomas M. Stanback, Jr., 22 Postwar Cycles in Manufacturers' Inventories TABLE 9.—Timing and conformity of manufacturers' total inventory investment reference and activity turns; comprehensive 8eries A.

TIMING I. Industry Lead (—) or lag (+) in months Business cycle Korean cycle Business cycles Peak (refer-once, Novem. ber ) Trough (refer-ence, October "Goods-in-Process Inventories and Inventory Investment," NBER Chapters, in: Postwar Cycles in Manufacturers' Inventories, pagesNational Bureau of Economic Research, Inc.

Handle: RePEc:nbr:nberch Abramovitz, Moses Inventories and Business Cycles, With Special Reference to Manufacturers’ Inventories. New York: National Bureau of Economic Research. Allen, Julius W.; and Gentry, Richard H. Inventories, Inventory Investment, and Inventory Control: A Selected Bibliography.

2 Postwar Cycles in Manufacturers' Inventories goods, and goods in process. Chapter 7 summarizes the timing char-acteristics and describes the behavior of manufacturers' inventories as a composite of these three major types of stocks.

Chapter 8 examines the manner in which inventory investment movements contribute to cyclical instability. Postwar cycles in manufacturers' inventories by Thomas M Stanback (Book) 15 editions published between and in English and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide.

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Postwar Cycles in Manufacturers' Inventories TABLB A—1.—Weights and turnover periods assigned to industry defiators DURABLE-GOODS INDUSTRIES Industry. Turnover period (In months) Weights Purchased materials Finished goods Primary metals Fabricated metal products Total machinery Total transportation Lumber products Furniture and fixtures.

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The Inflation-Targeting Debate: Postwar Cycles in Manufacturers' Inventories: Thomas M. Stanback, Jr. Business Cycle Indicators, Volume 2, Basic Data on Cyclical Indicators Inventories and Business Cycles, with Special Reference to Manufacturer's Inventories: Moses.

Abstract. In the National Income accounts, inventory investment (or Stockbuilding) is treated as a part of final demand. If we look at Stockbuilding simply in terms of the mean contribution it makes to the final demand, it would be difficult to explain the existence of such an extensive literature on Stockbuilding; it would also be difficult to explain why a chapter of this book is devoted to.

the book, and one useful result should be a steady improvement in the quality as well as the volume of these statistics. In Europe we would do well to concentrate on improving our own data, which lag far behind the American, and this book provides a very useful stimulus to this end.

FREEMAN Postwar Cycles in Manufacturers' Inventories. Postwar Cycles in Manufacturers' Inventories by Thomas M. Stanback, Jr. Postwar Cycles in Manufacturers' Inventories by Thomas M.

Stanback, Jr. (pp. ) Review by: Romney Robinson. Abramovitz, Moses. Inventories and Business Cycles, with Special Reference to Manufacturers' Inventories. NBER Studies in Business Cycles 4. Bernanke, Ben S. and Michael Woodford, ed.

The Inflation-Targeting Debate. NBER Studies in Business Cycles Burns, Arthur F. The Business Cycle in a Changing World: A Collection of Essays. Trends and Cycles in Trade Credit Quality Trend of Quality All but one of the qualitative measures employed indicate that the underlying quality of trade credit was declining between and (Table 43).

There was a decline in the ability of firms to repay debt, as indicated by the drop in the firms' financial ratios. Credit standards. Middletown, USA Let me discuss the inventory cycle in the United Stateshe reversals in business conditions that repeatedly interrupt the expansionary path of the American economy.

I EVIDENCE Tables I and II summarize the essential elements of the inventory cycle over the years since World War by: 1. In the study, the book-to-bill ratio (BBR) for semiconductor equipment manufacturers headquartered in North America was used as an explanatory variable to represent the business cycle of.

The Business Situation from Survey of Current Business, April Value of Manufacturers New Orders, Durable Goods Industries from Business Conditions Digest, September areas except New York 64 Manufacturers inventories book value Corporate gross savings 10 series specially constructed for business cycle studies at the suggestion of the NBER 10 Contracts and orders for plant and equipment Table 1 exhibits the 23 industry-forecasting firms included in my survey of the semiconductor cycles.

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