Exporting the American Model: The Post-War Transformation of European Business

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ABBREVIATIONS

USA
AFL American Federation of Labor
AMA American Management Association
BAC Business Advisory Council
BIDEC Bipartite Decartelization Commission
CED Committee for Economic Development
CIA Central Intelliegnce Agency
CIO Congress of Industrial Organization
CPRB Combined Production and Resources Board
ECA Economic Cooperation Administration
ERP European Recovery Program
GARIOA Government Account for Relief in Occupied Areas
HICOG American High Commission in Germany
MSA Mutual Security Agency
NAM National Association of Manufacturers
NBER National Bureau for Economic Research
OMGUS Office of Military Government, United States
SAM Society for the Advancement of Management
WPB War Production Board

FRANCE
AFAP Association Française pour I'Accroissement de la Productivité
BIC Bénéfices Industriels et Commerciaux
BNCI Banque Nationale du Commerce et de l'Industrie
BTE Bureau des Temps Elémentaires
CEGOS Centre d'Etudes Générales d'Organisation Scientifique
CFA Comité Français pour I'Approvisionnement
CFDT Confédération Française Démocratique du Travail
CFTC Confédération Française des
Travailleurs Chrétiens
CGC Confédération Générale des Cadres
CGP Commissariat Général à la Productivité
CGPF Confédération Générale du Patronat Français
CGPME Confédération Générale des Petites et Moyennes Entreprises
CGT Confédération Générale du Travail
CGT-FO Confédération Générale du Travail-Force Ouvrière
CIERP Centre Intersyndical d'Etudes et de Recherches de Productivité
CNOF Comité National de l'Organisation Française

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