|<-- See earlier|
||Visit of Mr McGeorge Bundy
||'Far Eastern trip 21 June to 15 July 1967'
||Correspondence concerning NK's leave of absence from Cambridge University
||Correspondence concerning the conditions of employment and accommodation of NK's staff
||Correspondence concerning NK's salary and pension contributions
||Press cuttings recording the end of NK's appointment as special adviser
||Appointment as Special Adviser to the Secretary of State at the Department of Health and Social Security
||Papers relating to the proposals for a 'minimum earned income relief' [MEIR] system of tax credits
|See later -->||
The Papers of Nicholas Kaldor
||'Why has Britain had full employment since the war?'
|Extent and Medium
||1 file in envelope; paper
|Content and context|
The file contains a copy typescript by Bernard Stafford, Jan. 1969, analysing Robin Matthew's article 'Why has Britain had full employment since the war?' [published in 'Economic Journal', Sept. 1968], with covering letter from Wynne Godley, 21 Jan. 1969.
|No further on-line information.|
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