Publications of the American Statistical Association Volume 6

Publications of the American Statistical Association Volume 6

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1898 edition. Excerpt: ...i See Handworterburh der Shuitswissenschaften, Supplementhand, i, 146, 147; Archie fir sociale Gesetzgebung und Statistik, v, 146; Bulletin of United States Department of Labor, i, 108. The reports of the German Commission have been summarized in the United States Labor Bulletin, i, in9-1ll; iii, 73-75. See also Publications of American Statistical Association, iii, 213-210. Statistische Monatschrift, 1892, 113-128. s Archiv fir sociale Gesctzyebuny und Statistik, vii, 30ti-316. Journal of Royal Statistical Society, lviii, 650-651; Zeitsckrift fir Volkswirthschaft, Socialpolitik, und ferwaltung, v, 1-61. s Upon October 1,1898, a Bureau of Lnhor Statistics was established in Austria, in accordance with an imperial decree of the previous July. The object of this office is a "systematic collection and preparation of statistical ilata relating to labor." See the Quarterly Journal of Economics, xiii, 230-231. 0 Bulletin de I'institut international de statistique, 1892, part i, 195-199.: L. Bodio: in Annali di Statistica; Fourth Series, 1 4 and 26. Quarterly Journal of Economics, vi, 153-154,188. Statistische Monatschrift, It, 339. In Canada and Australasia, official statistics of wages have been published. The Canadian census has investigated manufacturing industries in much the same way as the United States census. In 1891 returns were secured from 75,968 establishments, employing 370,256 hands.1 These hands included 273,424 men and 96,832 women and children. Ascertaining the total wages paid, the census takes as a divisor the number of hands employed, and arrives at an average rate of wages. The Statistical Year-Book shows the results by provinces. As a rule, a substantial increase appears when the returns for 1890 are compared with those...
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  • Paperback | 138 pages
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