Post-Attack Economic Stabilization Issues for Federal, State, and Local Governments
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This study was part of Federal Emergency Management Agency effort to improve the level of readiness of governments to undertake an economic stabilization program during a national security emergency. The study includes a review and evaluation of the capabilities of five Federal, State, and local agencies to undertake and administer such a program a review and evaluation of the authorities for such actions an examination of the timing and mix of Economic stabilization E.S. measures in a pre-attack evacuation and post- attack periods a study of possible psychological effects attendant to E.S. control an evaluation of current and proposed payment systems that might be used for payments and rationing and proposals for updating E.S. guidance documents on rents, salaries and wages, prices, rationing, and money, credit,and banking. Keywords Governments Economic stabilization National security emergency Psychological effects Payment systems Rents Salaries and wages Prices Rationing Money, credit, and banking.
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