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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: DODO PR, 268 Seiten, L=216mm, B=140mm, H=15mm, Gew.=345gr, [GR: 27830 - TB/Volkswirtschaft], [SW: - Business / Economics / Finance], Kartoniert/Broschiert, Klappentext: A PICTURE OF WORLD ECONOMIC CON DITIONS AT THE BEGINNING OF 1929 Number II A PICTURE OF WORLD ECONOMIC CONDITIONS AT THE BEGINNING OF 1929 NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL CONFERENCE BOARD, INC. NEW YORK 1929 PREFACE THE economic activities and institutions by which men live and peoples prosper are today inevitably interna tional both in the influences which they exert and in those to which they are subject. They rest upon founda tions which in some measure always extend beyond national boundaries, and their strength or weakness in each nation often makes itself felt in many parts of the world. No nation, however strong, can now live wholly to itself alone, save at the price of a low level of well-being and a slow rate of progress. Beneath the surface differences of language, custom and political aims, the currents of industry and com merce have opened channels of mutual understanding and the forces of finance have woven a fabric of common interest among the business men of the world, upon whom not only national prosperity but international amity increasingly depend. To keep these channels of understanding open and to strengthen this fabric of common interest, comprehensive and authoritative knowledge of economic conditions and trends in the individual countries is indispensable. The National Industrial Conference Board is engaged in scientific economic research on a non-political and non partisan basis. Its aim is to secure, analyze and disseminate information concerning economic conditions and problems in the United States and in foreign countries, affecting in dustrial developments. The Conference Board feels that an examination and interpretation of the economic conditions and problems and ofthe experience of business men in vari ous countries will not only be helpful as a means of fostering international understanding, but will also show the practical results of economic policies and methods employed to meet particular situations that have arisen in a country and which might at some future date arise in identical or similar form in other countries. With this end in view, the National Industrial Conference Board has sought out a number of prominent men in important foreign countries and has vi WORLD ECONOMIC CONDITIONS enlisted their cooperation as Foreign Correspondents of the Conference Board. These men have been elected for their intimate knowledge of the economic life of their respective countries as well as their wide experience and understanding of international economic relationships. Through these contacts, the Conference Board receives at intervals reviews of significant economic developments and problems pertaining to industrial, financial, commercial, and labor conditions in various countries. While publication of this material is in the first place intended for the benefit of American business men and economists, it is hoped that it will also prove of interest and value to the Conference Boards Foreign Correspondents and other foreign readers. For this reason it was felt desirable to include a review of the economic conditions and trends in the United States. The present publication the second in this programis divided into two parts. Part I gives information, obtained from official and authoritative private sources and through the Conference Boards own investigations regarding indus trial production, wages and employment, prices, foreign trade, and conditionsof public and private finance in twenty one foreign countries and in the United States. Some countries are discussed in greater detail than some others because of the relative availability of statistical and other pertinent information and because of the fact that the highly developed industrial countries naturally offer a greater variety of im portant problems which demand the attention of those interested in world economic conditions and trends... A PICTURE OF WORLD ECONOMIC CON DITIONS AT THE BEGINNING OF 1929 Number II A PICTURE OF WORLD ECONOMIC CONDITIONS AT THE BEGINNING OF 1929 NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL CONFERENCE BOARD, INC. NEW YORK 1929 PREFACE THE economic activities and institutions by which men live and peoples prosper are today inevitably interna tional both in the influences which they exert and in those to which they are subject. They rest upon founda tions which in some measure always extend beyond national boundaries, and their strength or weakness in each nation often makes itself felt in many parts of the world. No nation, however strong, can now live wholly to itself alone, save at the price of a low level of well-being and a slow rate of progress. Beneath the surface differences of language, custom and political aims, the currents of industry and com merce have opened channels of mutual understanding and the forces of finance have woven a fabric of common interest among the business men of the world, upon whom not only national prosperity but international amity increasingly depend. To keep these channels of understanding open and to strengthen this fabric of common interest, comprehensive and authoritative knowledge of economic conditions and trends in the individual countries is indispensable. The National Industrial Conference Board is engaged in scientific economic research on a non-political and non partisan basis. Its aim is to secure, analyze and disseminate information concerning economic conditions and problems in the United States and in foreign countries, affecting in dustrial developments. The Conference Board feels that an examination and interpretation of the economic conditions and problems and ofthe experience of business men in vari ous countries will not only be helpful as a means of fostering international understanding, but will also show the practical results of economic policies and methods employed to meet particular situations that have arisen in a country and which might at some future date arise in identical or similar form in other countries. With this end in view, the National Industrial Conference Board has sought out a number of prominent men in important foreign countries and has vi WORLD ECONOMIC CONDITIONS enlisted their cooperation as Foreign Correspondents of the Conference Board. These men have been elected for their intimate knowledge of the economic life of their respective countries as well as their wide experience and understanding of international economic relationships. Through these contacts, the Conference Board receives at intervals reviews of significant economic developments and problems pertaining to industrial, financial, commercial, and labor conditions in various countries. While publication of this material is in the first place intended for the benefit of American business men and economists, it is hoped that it will also prove of interest and value to the Conference Boards Foreign Correspondents and other foreign readers. For this reason it was felt desirable to include a review of the economic conditions and trends in the United States. The present publication the second in this programis divided into two parts. Part I gives information, obtained from official and authoritative private sources and through the Conference Boards own investigations regarding indus trial production, wages and employment, prices, foreign trade, and conditionsof public and private finance in twenty one foreign countries and in the United States. Some countries are discussed in greater detail than some others because of the relative availability of statistical and other pertinent information and because of the fact that the highly developed industrial countries naturally offer a greater variety of im portant problems which demand the attention of those interested in world economic conditions and trends...

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A PICTURE OF WORLD ECONOMIC CON DITIONS AT THE BEGINNING OF 1929 Number II A PICTURE OF WORLD ECONOMIC CONDITIONS AT THE BEGINNING OF 1929 NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL CONFERENCE BOARD, INC. NEW YORK 1929 PREFACE THE economic activities and institutions by which men live and peoples prosper are today inevitably interna tional both in the influences which they exert and in those to which they are subject. They rest upon founda tions which in some measure always extend beyond national boundaries, and their strength or weakness in each nation often makes itself felt in many parts of the world. No nation, however strong, can now live wholly to itself alone, save at the price of a low level of well-being and a slow rate of progress. Beneath the surface differences of language, custom and political aims, the currents of industry and com merce have opened channels of mutual understanding and the forces of finance have woven a fabric of common interest among the business men of the world, upon whom not only national prosperity but international amity increasingly depend. To keep these channels of understanding open and to strengthen this fabric of common interest, comprehensive and authoritative knowledge of economic conditions and trends in the individual countries is indispensable. The National Industrial Conference Board is engaged in scientific economic research on a non-political and non partisan basis. Its aim is to secure, analyze and disseminate information concerning economic conditions and problems in the United States and in foreign countries, affecting in dustrial developments. The Conference Board feels that an examination and interpretation of the economic conditions and problems and ofthe experience of business men in vari ous countries will not only be helpful as a means of fostering international understanding, but will also show the practical results of economic policies and methods employed to meet particular situations that have arisen in a country and which might at some future date arise in identical or similar form in other countries. With this end in view, the National Industrial Conference Board has sought out a number of prominent men in important foreign countries and has vi WORLD ECONOMIC CONDITIONS enlisted their cooperation as Foreign Correspondents of the Conference Board. These men have been elected for their intimate knowledge of the economic life of their respective countries as well as their wide experience and understanding of international economic relationships. Through these contacts, the Conference Board receives at intervals reviews of significant economic developments and problems pertaining to industrial, financial, commercial, and labor conditions in various countries. While publication of this material is in the first place intended for the benefit of American business men and economists, it is hoped that it will also prove of interest and value to the Conference Boards Foreign Correspondents and other foreign readers. For this reason it was felt desirable to include a review of the economic conditions and trends in the United States. The present publication the second in this programis divided into two parts. Part I gives information, obtained from official and authoritative private sources and through the Conference Boards own investigations regarding indus trial production, wages and employment, prices, foreign trade, and conditionsof public and private finance in twenty one foreign countries and in the United States. Some countries are discussed in greater detail than some others because of the relative availability of statistical and other pertinent information and because of the fact that the highly developed industrial countries naturally offer a greater variety of im portant problems which demand the attention of those interested in world economic conditions and trends...

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781406745047
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1406745049
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsjahr: 2007
Herausgeber: DODO PR
268 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,345 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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