economic mobilization


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economic mobilization

The process of preparing for and carrying out such changes in the organization and functioning of the national economy as are necessary to provide for the most effective use of resources in a national emergency.
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Noun1.economic mobilization - mobilization of the economy
mobilisation, mobilization - act of marshaling and organizing and making ready for use or action; "mobilization of the country's economic resources"
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Perhaps, the successful dynamics of North Korea's nuclear development could be channeled to economic mobilization.
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Synopsis: A dramatic gulf in economic mobilization continues to characterize global employment in 2014.
Koistinen offers three "lenses" through which to view his historical accounting of the cycles of continuity and change in economic mobilization --each lens is a view into three major stages over the course of American history, each revealing its own unique "pattern" of economic mobilization, and identifying four key factors of economic mobilization.
In the bibliography, Rigby lists four unpublished works on European Theater strategy, Pacific Theater strategy, strategic bombing of Europe, and economic mobilization that he wrote in the early 1990s.
In fact, economic growth itself generates social and economic mobilization, a fundamental source of political instability.
As the author points out, this was no easy task, as it involved a massive economic mobilization and the creation of an effective governmental and military bureaucracy to manage the effort.
This premise marks the difference between the recent plethora of books on economic mobilization, industrial relations and food riots in Germany 1914-1918, and this superb study.
The second half of the book examines investigations that sought to determine "the role of the War and Navy Departments in economic mobilization.

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