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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1944-1945-180

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190 FACULTY OF ENGINEERING SPECIAL LECTURES The Structure and Organisation of Industry course of nine lectures in the Michaelmas term at times to be arranged given by Mr Schwartz Sc Econ Sir Ernest Cassel Lecturer in Commerce at the London School of Economics Syllabus The economic and the technical approach Organisation under free enterprise Determinants of the scope nature and magnitude of business operations Influences making for integration and disintegration in industry Capital investment depreciation and obsolescence Financial organisation The function of risk-bearing The sources and channels of supply of capital Money and security markets The joint-stock company form of organisation Market machinery Organised produce and wholesale exchanges Selling policies Trade marks copyrights and patents Special forms of organisation Trade associations trusts cartels Alternative forms of organisation Public utilities production and marketing schemes planning Works Organisation course of six lectures by Professor Davies in the Lent term at times to be arranged Syllabus Works Organisation is the production part of the whole system of industrial management Types of Organisation depend on product on available personnel production shop of moderate size taken as example for con- sideration Organisation of sections and demarcation of responsibility with the reasons for the structure selected Flow of material through works Planning the operations Pro- vision of special equipment such as jigs tools fixtures and gauges Machine shop operations on separate parts Finished part stores Component assembly Final erection and test Inspection Costing raw material direct labour overheads Welfare The above courses are open to Third Year students in the Faculty of Engineering without fee
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