Labor Relations and Productivity in the Building Trades

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Bibliography
The bibliographical items listed in the following pages are not intended to represent a comprehensive reference to the more significant writings on the building trades. They consist primarily of materials to which reference has been made in the pages of this book, or which are concerned with the problems treated in this volume.
Allen V. L. "Incentives in the Building Industry," Econ. Journ, Sept., 1952.
American Federation of Labor, Building Trades Department. Building and Construction Trades Bull., Sept., 1948.
Anglo-American Council on Productivity. Building: Productivity Team Report ( New York, 1950).
Backman Jules, and Martin Gainsbrugh. "Productivity and Living Standards," Industrial and Labor Relations Rev., January, 1949.
Brown Emily Clark. "Union Security," Proc. N. Y. Univ. Second Ann. Conf. on Labor ( New York: New York Univ., 1949).
Brief of the Building and Construction Trades Department of the American Federation of Labor in the Matter of the Building and Construction Trades Industry Before the National Labor Relations Board ( Washington, D. C., 1950).
Brotherhood of Painters, Decorators, and Paperhangers of America. Proc. of General Conventions.
Building Construction Employers Association of Chicago, Inc. Offcial Directory and Guide, 1952.
Building Trades Employers Association of New York. News and Opinion, Jan., 1950.
Building Trades Employers Association of the City of New York. Welfare Funds in the New York City Building Trades ( 1950).
Byer Herman. "Employment Resulting from P.W.A. Construction, 1933 to 1937," U. S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Monthly Labor Rev., July, 1938, pp. 16-26.
Cahill Marion C. Shorter Hours ( New York: Columbia Univ. Press, 1932).
Colean Miles. Recent Technological Progress in the Construction Industry ( Washington, D. C.: Construction Industry Information Comm.).
American Housing ( New York: Twentieth Century Fund, 1949).

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