Statistical demand-pull in 1930’s U.S.A and Germany: Good will, welfare and warfare

@article{Packard2018StatisticalDI,
  title={Statistical demand-pull in 1930’s U.S.A and Germany: Good will, welfare and warfare},
  author={Noel Packard},
  journal={Cogent Social Sciences},
  year={2018},
  volume={4}
}
  • N. Packard
  • Published 2018
  • Economics
  • Cogent Social Sciences
Abstract In 1994 Jan van den Ende observed, “During the 1930s more and more statistics were being carried out on punched-card machines. An important reason was the increasing complexity of the statistics.” Works by acclaimed social scientists Evans, Tooze, Mason, E. Black, Aly, Bernstein, Whitman, D. Black, Schivelbusch and others are cross-checked to answer the question: “How did U.S. New Deal and Third Reich welfare/relief programs increase demand-pull for complex statistical data; setting… Expand
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