– August 14, 1950

Research Reports – 08/14/1950

Apparently production in this country can readily be expanded in the short run by increasing the effectiveness and efficiency of the three factors of production. The factors of production are not already being used as effectively as they could be largely because of restrictions imposed by the Federal Government and other agencies. Therefore, it would seem to be wise to eliminate the restrictions that now exist rather than try to put American industry in a new strait-jacket of unnecessary controls. We can increase production substantially if we only choose to do so. 


AIER Staff

Founded in 1933, the American Institute for Economic Research (AIER) is one of the oldest and most respected nonpartisan economic research and advocacy organizations in the country. With a global reach and influence, AIER is dedicated to developing and promoting the ideas of pure freedom and private governance by combining advanced economic research with accessible media outreach and educational programming to cultivate a better, broader understanding of the fundamental principles that enable peace and prosperity around the world.

Get notified of new articles from AIER Staff and AIER.
AIER - American Institute for Economic Research

250 Division Street | PO Box 1000
Great Barrington, MA 01230-1000

Contact AIER
Telephone: 1-888-528-1216 | Fax: 1-413-528-0103

Press and other media outlets contact
[email protected]

Editorial Policy

This work is licensed under a 
Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License,
except where copyright is otherwise reserved.

© 2021 American Institute for Economic Research
Privacy Policy

AIER is a 501(c)(3) Nonprofit
registered in the US under EIN: 04-2121305