TNEC - Temporary National Economic Committee

  • Investigation of Concentration of Economic Power
  • Senate. Temporary National Economic Committee
  • no. 1. Price behavior and business policy --
  • no. 2. Families and their live insurance. A study of 2132 Massachusetts families and their life insurance policies --
  • no. 3. Who pays the taxes? --
  • no. 4. Concentration and composition of individual incomes, 1918-1937 --
  • no. 5. Industrial wage rates, labor costs and price policies --
  • no. 6. Export prices and export cartels (Webb-Pomerene associations) --
  • no. 7. Measurement of the social performance of buisness --
  • no. 8. Toward more housing --
  • no. 9. Taxation of corporate enterprise --
  • no. 10. Industrial concentration and tariffs --
  • no. 11. Bureaucracy and trusteeship in large corporations --
  • no. 12. Profits, productive activities and new investment --
  • no. 13. Relative efficiency of large, medium-sized, and small business --
  • no. 14. Hourly earnings of employees in large and small enterprises --
  • no. 15. Financial characteristics of American manufacturing corporations --
  • no. 16. Antitrust in action --
  • no. 17. Problems of small business --
  • no. 18. Trade association survey --
  • no. 19. Government purchasing-- an economic commentary --
  • no. 20. Taxation, recovery, and defense --
  • no. 21. Competition and monopoly in American industry --
  • no. 22. Technology in our economy --
  • no. 23. Agriculture and the national economy --
  • no. 24. Consumers standards --
  • no. 25. -Recovery plans --
  • PART 25 - CARTELS - JANUARY 15, 16, 17, 18, AND 19, 1940
  • no. 26. Economic power and political pressures --
  • no. 27. The structure of industry --
  • no. 28. Study of legal reserve life insurance companies --
  • no. 28A. Statement on life insurance --
    • no. 29. The distribution of ownership in the 200 largest nonfinancial corporations --
  • no. 30. Survey of shareholdings in 1,710 corporations with securities listed on a national securities exchange --
  • no. 31. Patents and free enterprise --
  • no. 32. Economic standards of government price control --
  • no. 33. Geographical differentials in prices of building materials --
  • no. 34. Control of unfair competitive practices through trade practice conference procedure of the Federal trade commission --
  • no. 35. Large-scale organization in the food industries --
  • no. 36. Reports of the Federal trade commission on natural gas and natural gas pipe lines in U.S.A.-- Agricultural implement and machinery inquiry. Motor vehicle industry inquiry --
  • no. 37. Saving, investment, and national income --
  • no. 38. A study of the construction and enforcement of the federal antitrust laws --
  • no. 39. Control of the petroleum industry by major oil companies -- [archive.org-link]
    • no. 39A. Review and criticism on behalf of Standard Oil Co. (New Jersey) and Sun Oil Co. of Monograph
  • no. 39 with rejoinder by monograph author --
  • no. 40. Regulation of economic activities in foreign countries --
  • no. 41. Price discrimination in steel --
  • no. 42. The basing point problem --
  • no. 43. The motion picture industry-- a pattern of control
  •  - Investigation of concentration of economic power. Final report and recommendations of the Temporary National Economic Committee - Final Report - 464p
  • 1940 - AP - On Measuring the Cost of Life Insurance, Thomas S. Berry - Journal of the American Statistical Association,  Vol. 35, No. 212 (Dec., 1940), pp. 631-643 (13 pages) - <WishList> - https://www.jstor.org/stable/2279252
  • Life insurance funds are not venture capital; they are seeking safe, long-term investments, preferably the bonds of well-established enterprises or .
  • “Little Entente”
  • American Life Insurance Presidents

1939 - GOV - INVESTIGATION OF CONCENTRATION OF ECONOMIC POWER - PART 10-10 A: LIFE INSURANCE

  • INTERCOMPANY AGREEMENTS
  • TERMINATIONS
  • SAVINGS BANK INSURANCE
  • LEGISLATIVE ACTIVITIES

PART 11 - CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY - JUNE 27, 28, AND 29, JULY 6, 7, 11 , 12, 13, AND 14, 1939 - [PDF-1523p-GooglePlay-link]

PART 28

  • LIFE INSURANCE - OPERATING RESULTS AND INVESTMENTS
  • FEBRUARY 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 19, 20, 21 , 26, 27, 28, 29,
    AND MARCH 1, 1940
  • Altman, Oscar, Saving, Investment, and National income (Temporary National Economic Committee Monograph No. 37), p. 26
  • Investigation of concentration of economic power. Monograph no. 28, Study of legal reserve life insurance companies / Temporary National Economic Committee
  • Investigation of Concentration of Economic Power Part 8: Problems of the Consumer; Part 9: Savings and Investment. Hearings Before the Temporary National Economic Committee Congress of the United States,
  • INVESTIGATION OF CONCENTRATION OF ECONOMIC POWER. TNEC. A Study Based on Data Obtained in a Field Survey.Monograph No. 2. Families and Their Life Insurance. A Study of 2,132 Massachusetts Families and their Life Insurance Policies.
  • INVESTIGATION OF CONCENTRATION OF ECONOMIC POWER. TNEC. A Study Made Under the Auspices of the Department of Commerce.Monograph No. 28. Study of Legal Reserve Life Insurance Companies.
  • INVESTIGATION OF CONCENTRATION OF ECONOMIC POWER. Hearings Before the 76th Congress. 1st Session Pursuant to Public Resolution No. 113. Part 12. INDUSTRIAL INSURANCE.
  • INVESTIGATION OF CONCENTRATION OF ECONOMIC POWER. TNEC. A Study Made Under the Auspices of the Department of Commerce...Monograph No. 26. Economic Power and Political Pressures.