Economic implications of public utility holding company operations, with particular reference to the reasonableness of the "death sentence" clause of the Public utility holding company act, by Merwin H. Waterman ...

; Engineers Public Service Company ; United States. Securities and Exchange Commission
Ann Arbor, Mich., University of Michigan, School of Business Administration, Bureau of Business Research, 1941.

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Other Authors United States. Securities and Exchange Commission.
Engineers Public Service Company.
Subjects Holding companies -- United States.
Holding companies.
Public utilities -- United States.
Public utilities.
United States.
Description 4 preliminary leaves, 180 pages, 2 leaves including illustrations (map) tables, diagrams, forms 23 cm.
Copyright Date 1941.
Notes "This study was made possible by funds furnished by Engineers Public Service Company ... the data collected as evidence to be presented to the Securities and Exchange Commission in the company's case relative to divestment proceedings instituted by the commission. On August 18, 1941, testimony based on the facts reported in this study was admitted by the commission as "proffered evidence" from Engineers Public Service Company in that company's challenge of the reasonableness of Section 11 of the Holding company act."--Author's note.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)692011
(OCoLC)ocm00692011
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WorldCat Identities Waterman, Merwin H. 1903-
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