2 edition of Summary of The California economy, 1947-1980. found in the catalog.
Summary of The California economy, 1947-1980.
California State Chamber of Commerce.
|Other titles||Summary of Stanford Research Institute report on California"s economy - 1947-1980|
|Contributions||Arnold, Robert K., Stanford Research Institute.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||30|
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In California supplanted New York as the leading state in the export of. InCalifornia was ranked the ninth largest economy in the world. California grows more than million tons of winegrapes on overacres. Preface. The condition of the state'seconomy is of paramount importance to California's citi zens and public officials.
Because the econ omyis responsiblefor providingpeoplewith their jobs and income, its health is probably the single greatest determinant of the living standardsandoverallqualityoflifeofCalifor nomyalsois inextricablylinked to the decisions that state and local govern ments File Size: 2MB. The economy suffered a recession in the early s, fueled by cutbacks in aerospace and other military-related industries, coupled with a slowdown in housing construction.
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The decline in California's economic opportunities began way before the s. As the s progressed, Californians, or at the least the ones making decisions, changed their priorities. California's spending for infrastructure had once consumed between 15 and 20 percent of the State's budget.
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The civilian population went from 6, in to 9, in Despite tight wage and price controls imposed by the federal government, California prospered during the war. With the end of "the War," California's economy continued to grow.
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Instead, it attempts to provide a basis for understanding the .