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The Conference Board

A networking and informational organization for corporate management. Based in the New York, over 1,000 corporations are members and more than 10,000 executives attend its events annually. In addition to its numerous events, it publishes information on market trends, economic trends, and provides other research services related to corporate management to its members. It is a registered not-for-profit organization in the United States. See also: 501(c)(3)
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The National Industrial Conference Board index for real wages for auto workers rose from 108.2 in December 1929 to 125.5 in May of 1932.
Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) and the National Industrial Conference Board, both in nominal terms and deflated by the monthly cost-of-living index computed by the National Industrial Conference Board.
Figure 17 shows data collected by the National Industrial Conference Board for wage rates in 25 industries, all wage earners in Class I railroads, and farm labor.
Ada, 1936, Cost of Living in the United States, 1914-1936, National Industrial Conference Board Studies, No.
(8) National Industrial Conference Board, Industrial Pensions in the United States (New York, National Industrial Conference Board, 1925), pp.
From National Industrial Conference Board, "Company Pension Plans and the Social Security Act," Studies in Personnel Policy No.

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