Industry's Coming of Age

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INDEX
Accounting, as contributing factor to modern efficiency, 149
Adjustment, as cause of productivity, 230
Advertising, 109; waste in, 162
Agger, E. E., cited, 178 n.
Agriculture, backwardness of, 4, 208; decrease in number engaged in, 79
Agriculture, Department of, research work in, 132
Alford, R. P.., 35, cited, 36, 43-61
American Federation of Labor, attitude toward efficiency movement, 194
Anderson, A. G., cited, 192
Association among businesses, 110-114
Associationism, tendency toward, 231
Atlantic City Declaration, 201
Austin, Bertram, cited, 34
Automobile manufacture, continuous process in, 137
Automotive industry, 6; financing, 177 n.; price reductions, 157 n.
Baltimore and Ohio plan of union-management coöperation, 203 n.
Bank of England, 232
Banking, relation to industry, 176
Barber, Joseph H., cited, 154 n.
Bell Telephone Company, laboratories, 130
Brandeis, Louis D, urges scientific management for railroads, 120
Brown, Geoffry, cited, 41
Budgetary control of financial operations, 152
Bureau of Labor Statistics, 1, 132
Business cycles, 89-97, 206
Businesses, combination and association among, 110-114
Canning industry, continuous process in, 138
Capital, dispersal of, 234
Cement manufacture, continuous process in, 137
Chain-stores, advantages of, 162
Chase, Stuart, cited, 155 n., 168
Clague, Ewan, 1 n.; cited, 2
Clerical workers, increase in number of, 80
Coal, uses in industry, 183
Coal mining, industrial backwardness of, 208
Combination among businesses, 110-114; effect on plant- location, 141
Commerce, Department of, research work in, 132
Communication, effect on productivity, 170
Company union movement, 201
Conservatism of education, 211
Construction statistics, 22
Consumers, demand from industry, 251
Consumption, competitive, 239; influence on production, 104- 110
Continuous process, 137
Contractual system of buying, 207
Corn-growing contest, 4
Cost analysis, 150

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