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December 1982, Vol. 105, No. 12
The office furniture industry:
patterns in productivity
J. Edwin Henneberger
Economist, Division of Industry Productivity Studies, Bureau of Labor Statistics
Product proliferation and short production runs limited the use of laborsaving equipment in office furniture establishments; as a result, productivity grew only moderately during 1958-80.
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