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Studies in war economics.

Author/Creator:
International Labour Office.
Publication:
Montreal, 1941.
Format/Description:
Book
3 pl l., [3]-199 p. 24 cm.
Series:
International Labour Office. Studies and reports. Series B (Economic conditions), no. 33.
Its. Studies and reports. series B. Economic conditions, no. 33.
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Subjects:
World War, 1939-1945 -- Economic aspects.
War -- Economic aspects.
Contents:
I. Economic organisation for total war, with special referene to the workers, by E. F. Penrose.
II. Who shall pay for the war? An analysis of the Keynes plan, by E. J. Riches.
III. Relative wages in wartime, by E. J. Riches.
IV. Control of food prices, by A. S. J. Baster.
V. The place of housing policy in way economy, by C. M. Wright.
VI. The effect of war on the relative importance of producing centres, with special reference to the textile industry, by Edith T. Denhardt.
Notes:
At head of title: International labour office ...
Contributor:
Baster, A. S. J.
Penrose, Edith Tilton.
Penrose, E. F.
OCLC:
337480