Unit labor costs of iron and steel industries in five countries

Jackman, Patrick C.
August 1969
Monthly Labor Review;Aug69, Vol. 92 Issue 8, p15
Academic Journal
Compares trends in unit labor costs in the iron and steel industry of the United States and four other major steel-producing countries over the period 1954 to 1967. Definition of unit labor cost; Data used to update a U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics comparative study; Measures and data.


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