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Analyzes the role of women in the New York Bureau of Municipal Research (BMR) in the early years of the twentieth century. It shows that early practitioners of urban-oriented scientific management had close ties to the reform/social-work community.
The core of this paper is a reproduction of a study published in 1911 by Clark and Wyatt entitled "Scientific management as applied to women's work". The paper is significant because it provides a very early eyewitness "warts-and-all" account of scientific management as applied to women's labor....
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