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Title Industrial wage rates, labor cost, and price policies : [a series of case studies].
Publication Info. [Washington] : [publisher not identified], 1940.
Washington : United States Government Printing Office
Location Call No. Status Notes
 Libraries Electronic Books  ELECTRONIC RESOURCE - LLMC DIGITAL    AVAIL. ONLINE
Description 1 online resource (xxvi, 172 pages) : illustrations, map
Series Investigation of concentration of economic power ; monograph no. 5.
Note Description based on online resource; title from PDF title page (LLMC Digital, viewed August 8, 2013).
"By Douglass V. Brown, assistant director, Industrial Relations Section, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; John T. Dunlop, instructor, Department of Economics, Harvard University; Edwin M. Martin, economist, Bureau of Labor Statistics; Charles A. Myers, instructor, Industrial Relations Section, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; John A. Brownell, assistant, Industrial Relations Section, Massachusetts Institute of Technology" --Acknowledgment.
At head of title: 76th Congress, 3d session. Senate Committee print.
"A study made under the auspices of the Bureau of Labor Statistics for the Temporary National Economic Committee."
Contents Part 1. Companies in the shoe, paper, and cotton textile industries / prepared by Douglass V. Brown, Charles A. Myers, and John A. Brownell -- Part 2. The International Harvester Company / prepared by John T. Dunlop and Edwin M. Martin.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Wages -- United States.
Labor costs -- United States.
Pricing -- United States.
Added Author Brown, Douglass V. (Douglass Vincent), 1904-
United States. Temporary National Economic Committee.
Running Title Concentration of economic power
Related To Print version: Industrial wage rates, labor cost, and price policies. Washington : U.S. G.P.O., 1940 (DLC) 40029289 (OCoLC)353906
Gov't Document No. Y 4. T 24:M 75/5
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