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Contents List

   Container / Location    Title
  1  
Biographical information
  1  
Notes
Also includes undated material.

  1  
Correspondence
Includes letter from David Dubinsky.

  1  
Labor Issues and the Planning Process [Folder 1 of 2]
Correspondence and notes relating to course taught by Teper.

  1  
Labor Issues and the Planning Process [Folder 2 of 2]
Correspondence and notes relating to course taught by Teper.

  1  
Memoriam
  1  
Reports and Statements
Includes: Strike, Yellow Cab Company, Baltimore, Maryland, November 6-13, 1928.

  1  
Reports and Statements
Includes: Elections in Soviet Russia.

  1  
Reports and Statements
Includes: Russia's Clerical Workers; Handkerchief Industry: Preliminary Report.

  1  
Reports and Statements
Includes: Forty-Cent Minimum Wage for the Women's Clothing Industry.

  1  
Reports and Statements
Includes: Aspects of Industrial Homework in Apparel Trades (with Nathan Weinberg).

  1  
Reports and Statements
Includes: Observations on the Cost of Living Index of the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

  1  
Reports and Statements
Includes: Notes on the Indexes of Unit Labor Costs of the Bureauf of Labor Statistics.

  1  
Reports and Statements
Includes: Management and Labor Make Strong Medicine; Wage Dilemma, 1947; Statement before the House Labor Sub-Committee.

  1  
Reports and Statements
Includes: Wage-Price Issues, 1948; Memorandum submitted to New Jersey Unemployment Compensation Commission; Memorandum on the Testimony of Dr. John V. Van Sickle; This Thing Called Productivity; Statement before the Senate Labor Sub-Committee; L'arbitage des conflicts de travail aux Etats-Unis; Union Access to Employers' Records in U.S.

  1  
Reports and Statements
Includes: Basic Trends in the Women's Garment Industry; Prospects in Women's Apparel Industry; What Is An Executive Worth?; "Motivation Analysis in Market Reseach"--A Criticism; Statement before the Subcommittee on Study of Monopoly Power; The Function of Management in Achieving Sound Labor Relations; Statement before the House Committee on Education and Labor; Revenues of Trade Unions in the U.S.; The Mental Arithmetic of Messrs. Schreider and Wood (or sad reflections of some statistical thinking).

  1  
Reports and Statements
Includes: Reviews from the Industrial and Labor Relations Review; The Effect of Multi-Industry Employment on the Industrial Distribution of Wages.

  1  
Reports and Statements
Includes: Seasonal Fluctuations in Employment in the Women's Clothing Industry in New York.

  2  
Reports and Statements
Includes: Statement before the Wage Stabilization Board; Statement on Proposed Bill for State- Wide Minimum Wage; Comments on Edward Hollander's "Notes on the Revision of the CPI."

  2  
Reports and Statements
Includes: Personnel Policy and Older Workers--An Overview

  2  
Reports and Statements
Includes: Opening Remarks before the Joint Committee on the Economic Report; Statement Submitted to the Joint Committee on the Economic Report.

  2  
Reports and Statements
Includes: BLS Consumers' Price Index and the AMS Index of Prices Paid by Farmers for Family Living--A Juxtaposition; The Social and Economic Implications of the Fair Labor Standards Act: An Interpretation in Terms of Social Cost; Proposed Statement Before the House Committee on Education and Labor (not delivered).

  2  
Reports and Statements
Includes: Statement on the Relationshipo of Prices to Economic Stability and Growth; Prices and Steady Economic Growth: An issue in Public Policy Formulation.

  2  
Reports and Statements
Includes: Statement before the Senate Subcommittee on Labor; Discussion from Annual Meeting of the Industrial Relations Research Association; Dissenting Opinion I the matter of the Report, Findings of Fact and Proposed Mandatory Decree submitted to the Minimum Wage Board; Statement before the Subcommittee to Investigate Problems of the Textile Industry; Measurement of Prices.

  2  
Reports and Statements
Includes: Foreign Trade and Collective Bargaining: Discussion of the Arnow Paper; Comments onf the Report of the Price Statistics Review Committee of the national Bureau of Economic Research.

  2  
Reports and Statements
Includes: Government Price Statistics; La securite syndicale aux Etats-Unis (with Daniel Nelson); Statement before the Subcommittee on the Impact of Imports and Exports on American Employment; Unemployment Statistics in a Changing Economy: The Labor View; Introductory Remarks to the Commentary on the Report of the Price Statistics Review Committee.

  2  
Reports and Statements
Includes: Comments on the New York State Unemployment Insurance Program; Statement before the Senate Subcommittee to Investigate Problems of the Textile Industry.

  2  
Reports and Statements
Includes: Review Brief before the United States Tariff Commission (with Milton Fried); Statement before the House Select Subcommittee on Labor; Brief before the Trade Information Committee.

  2  
Reports and Statements
Includes: Statement on Amendments to the Fair Labor Standards Act; Discussion of Harry Malisoff's "Welfare and Social Insurance in a Great 'Society' and Robert J. Meyer's "What Risks and Which Groups Can Be Covered Under Social Insurance."

  2  
Reports and Statements
Includes: Utilization of Price Indexes in Private and Public Policy Decision.

  2  
Reports and Statements
Includes: Analysis of Economic Conditions of United States Apparel Industry and Present and Prospective Impact of Imports; Statement before the House Appropriations Subcommittee on the Departments of Labor, Health, Educatoin and Welfare.

  2  
Reports and Statements
Includes: Statement to the Bureau of Labor Statistics; Domestic Apparel Industry: Economic Background and the Impact of Imports (with Milton Fried).

  2  
Reports and Statements
Includes: The Consumer Price Index; Training Apparel Workers and Subsidies (with Milton Fried).

  2  
Reports and Statements
Includes: Comments on the Report of the U.S. Tariff Commission "Economic Factors Affecting the Use of Items 807.00 and 806.30 of the Tariff Schedules of the United States"; Item 807.00 of the Tariff Schedules of the United States and the Apparel Industry.

  2  
Reports and Statements
Includes: Imports: A Review; Resolution on Foreign Trade at ILGWU Convention.

  2  
Reports and Statements
Includes: Statement on Trade Reform; Statement and Supplementary Statement on Proposed Increases in Unemployment, Workmen's Compensation and Disability Benefits.

  2  
Reports and Statements
Includes: Politicization and Statistics; The Need to Preserve the Current Coverage of the Consumer Price Index for Urban Wage Earners and Clerical Workers; Testimony in re Hearings on Chapters 60-61 of Draft Conversion of the Tariff Schedules of the United States into the Format of the Brussels Tariff Nomenclature.

  3  
Reports and Statements
Includes: The Impact of Duty Reductions on the Domestic Women's and Children's Apparel Industry; Apparel (Knit and Woven) Imports under the Provisions of Item 807.00 of the Tariff Schedules of the United States; The Domestic Women's and Children's Apparel Industry and Multilateral Trade Negotiations; Statements on Unemployment Insurance.

  3  
Reports and Statements
Includes: Statement before Industry Committee No. 138A for Puerto Rico; Data Bearing on Economic Development of Puerto Rico.

  3  
Reports and Statements
Includes: Observations on Productivity; Women's and Children's Apparel and the Multifiber Textile Arrangement; The Background and Shortcoming of the Multifiber Arrangement and the Bilateral Agreements Concluded Under its Provisions; Statement in the matter of Change from the "chief value" to the "chief weight" classification of textile imports.

  3  
Reports and Statements
Includes: Statement before the National Commission on Employment and Unemployment Statistics; Statement to the Secretary, Trade Policy Staff Committee; letter to the Editor I response to "Problems with Federal Economic Statistical System and Some Alternatives for Improvement."