Production and Planning


    GRADUALLY the industrial and commercial world is being brought round to the acceptance of the idea of the wisdom of, and the necessity for, planning. Planning is being tried in many ways and described by many names. Sometimes trade interests suffice to exercise the necessary control; more often Government intervention is necessary.

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    Production and Planning. Nature 134, 1–3 (1934).

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