World social economic planning: the necessity for planned adjustment of productive capacity and standards of living. Material contributed to the World social economic congress, Amsterdam, August, 1931, published by the International industrial relations institute. Addendum to material contributed to the World social economic congress ...
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THE PRESENT GROWTH OF WORLD PRODUCTIVE
THE PROBLEM OF ECONOMIC PLANNING by Dr Lewis
THE PRINCIPLES OF THE PEOPLES LIVELIHOOD
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basis Berlin Bertrand de Jouvenel Bournville Bruxelles Bryn Mawr Bureau business type capital capitalistic economic China co-operation Commerce Consulting Engineer consumption Council countries Director distribution Econ economic and social economic order economic planning economic system factors Frau Dr free trade Fritz Naphtali Geneva Genf Gosplan Haag Hague Heberlein Hengelo Herr Dr Herr Prof increase individual Industrial Relations Institut fiir Internationale Jean Goujon Labour Management labour movement League League of Nations London W.C. Louie Bennett maximum means of production Messrs methods Miss Monsieur Moskau Nederlandsch Nordiska Kompaniet organisation Otto Otto Neurath Paris Peiping planned economy planning agency possible problem productive capacity Professor profits purpose real need Rotterdam scientific Secretary social demands socialist Soviet Russia Sozialpolitik Spencer Miller standard of living Street Student supply Tilburg type of planning unemployment United University of Amsterdam Utrecht wages Wien Workers York