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Labor Relations and Productivity in The Building Trades

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1956. By William Haber & Harold Levinson, University of Michigan Economics Professors. Bureau of Industrial Relations, Ann Arbor.

An analysis of the labour-management problems in the construction industry in sixteen cities in the United States. This detailed study focuses on the major factors affecting productivity in the industry, with particular reference to that part of it concerned with residential construction. Data is based on 268 interviews conducted with representatives of labour, management and the public.

Dust jacket torn and shelf rubbed. Light grey boards are clean, with white writing on spine and front cover. Corners bumped. Tanning to inside cover hinges front and rear.

Item details

Author(s):
Haber and Levinson
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
6 x 9
Edition:
First, 1956
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
265
Publisher:
Bureau of Industrial Relations
Title:
Labor Relations and Productivity in the Building Trades

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1956. By William Haber & Harold Levinson, University of Michigan Economics Professors. Bureau of Industrial Relations, Ann Arbor.

An analysis of the labour-management problems in the construction industry in sixteen cities in the United States. This detailed study focuses on the major factors affecting productivity in the industry, with particular reference to that part of it concerned with residential construction. Data is based on 268 interviews conducted with representatives of labour, management and the public.

Dust jacket torn and shelf rubbed. Light grey boards are clean, with white writing on spine and front cover. Corners bumped. Tanning to inside cover hinges front and rear.

Author(s):
Haber and Levinson
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
6 x 9
Edition:
First, 1956
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
265
Publisher:
Bureau of Industrial Relations
Title:
Labor Relations and Productivity in the Building Trades

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