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Conference Board information service. Domestic affairs series. Memorandum.

Author/Creator:
National Industrial Conference Board.
Publication:
New York : [s.n.], 1933-1939.
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Journal/Periodical
62 v. ; 29 cm.
Irregular
No. 1-62.
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Other Title:
Domestic affairs series. Memorandum
Subjects:
United States -- Economic conditions -- Periodicals.
Industrial policy -- United States -- Periodicals.
Notes:
Reproduced from typewritten copy (nos. 1-2, 4, 9-10, 14, 16, 18, 35, 37, 39-40 are photostat reproductions).
Title varies slightly.
Partial contents. no. 1. Depreciated currencies and commodity imports. March 3, 1933.--no. 2. The general price situation. March 20, 1933.--no. 3. The Appalachian coals case: a brief interpretation. April 7, 1933.--no. 4. Federal restriction of working hours as an unemployment remedy. April 21, 1933.--no. 5. The gold standard: recent developments and present status. May 5, 1933.--no. 6. Industry's attitude toward the price situation. May 22, 1933.--no. 7. The National industrial recovery act: formulation of codes of fair competition. June 21, 1933.--no. 8. The National industrial recovery act: organization of industry for the administration of the act in the light of German cartel experience. July 7, 1933.--no. 9. The National industrial recovery act: the cost of living and the minimum wage. July 14, 1933.--no. 10. The National industrial recovery act: tax provisions of the act. Aug. 4, 1933.--no. 11. The National industrial recovery act: analysis of approved codes. Aug. 28, 1933.--no. 12. Income taxes and the depression. Sept. 15, 1933.--no. 13. National recovery and dollar depreciation. Sept. 29, 1933.--no. 14. National industrial recovery act: supplementary analysis of approved codes. Oct 13, 1933.--no. 15. Some aspects of price adjustments. Nov. 6, 1933.--no. 16. Statistical and reporting requirements of N.R.A. 1933.
(Continued) no. 17, 19, 21, 23, 25-26. National reconstruction and recovery program: administration financing. Part 1-6. Dec. 4, 1933-April 5, 1934.
Each no. has also a distinctive title.
OCLC:
29826947