Wage and Hour Policies in Historical Perspective
Milton Derber served as economist and research director for the National War Labor Board, 1943–1945; prior to that he worked with the National Labor Relations Board and the Office of Price Administration. In 1945–1946, he was chief economist for the President’s Fact Finding Boards for the General Motors and Pacific Coast Longshore labor disputes. Since 1947, he has been with the Institute of Labor and Industrial Relations at the University of Illinois. Mr. Derber is the author of Labor Management Relations under Industry-Wide Bargaining (1955) and editor of the Termination Report of the National War Labor Board (1948).
Milton Derber; Wage and Hour Policies in Historical Perspective. Current History 1 June 1959; 36 (214): 347–352. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/curh.1922.214.171.1247
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