Economics of the Construction Industry
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1919 - Building materials - 263 pages
The decrease in the purchasing power of money.--Cost and supply of construction materials.--Labor and wages in the construction industry.--Sources and supply of capital for the construction industry.--Rents and land values.--Deferred construction.--Bibliography.--List of charts.
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