Labour Conditions in Western Europe, 1820 to 1935

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Labour Conditions in Western Europe, 1820 to 1935

By Jürgen Kuczynski
International Publishers, 1937
118 pp. $1.50
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An exiled German economist finds real wages an insufficient basis for measuring labor conditions. Unemployment and part-time employment figures, together with health and accident statistics, should also be considered. This method he applies to conditions in England, France and Germany during the last century.

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