IT is regarded at least as important to be able to sell an article as to make it: indeed the salesmen are more highly remunerated than the technical workers. Whilst personality is the greatest asset for a salesman, there is growing up a science of salesmanship and management which is evidenced by the increasing number of books dealing with various aspects of the subject.
The Economics of Chemical Industries
By Dr. Edward H. Hempel. Pp. ix + 259. (New York: John Wiley and Sons, Inc.; London: Chapman and Hall, Ltd., 1939.) 15s. net.