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Leonitief on National Income

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In a radio address last night, Wassily W. Leontief, assistant professor of Economics, outlined the method of arriving at a correct estimate of the national income. In his opinion the three great factors which must be dealt with are, reliability of original statistical data, the rapid growth of governmental activities, and the relationship between the agricultural and urban incomes.

This talk was the third in the present series of radio addresses over the Colonial Network which is being sponsored by The Guardian.

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