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Economic Statesmanship: The Great Industrial and Financial Problems Arising From the War

by J. Ellis Barker
Format
Book; Online; EBook
Published
London, J. Murray, 1918.
Language
English
Contents
  • Introduction.
  • Coal, iron and the domination of the world.
  • Britain's true wealth and the relative unimportance of the war debt.
  • The inefficiency of the British transport system and of British agriculture--some lessons from America.
  • The inefficiency of British industrial production--the possibility of trebling output.
  • Education and economic success.
  • Labour and capital after the war.
  • The problem of the tariff.
  • would a tariff harm Lancashire?--The problem of the tariff--the British and the American merchant marine.
  • The economic position and future of France.
  • The problem of Alsace-Lorraine.
  • The economic position and future of Italy.
  • Can Germany pay an indemnity? Her natural wealth.
  • Can Germany pay an indemnity? Her production and trade.
  • The future and the natural resources of the United States.
  • Analytical index.
Description
ix, 408 p. 22 cm.
Mode of access: Internet.
Notes
  • Includes index.
  • "The bulk of the volume has previously appeared in the Nineteenth century and after the Fortnightly review."--Pref.
  • "A companion volume to The great problems of British statemanship."--Pref.
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    a| Introduction.--Coal, iron and the domination of the world.--Britain's true wealth and the relative unimportance of the war debt.--The inefficiency of the British transport system and of British agriculture--some lessons from America.--The inefficiency of British industrial production--the possibility of trebling output.--Education and economic success.--Labour and capital after the war.--The problem of the tariff.--would a tariff harm Lancashire?--The problem of the tariff--the British and the American merchant marine.--The economic position and future of France.--The problem of Alsace-Lorraine.--The economic position and future of Italy.--Can Germany pay an indemnity? Her natural wealth.--Can Germany pay an indemnity? Her production and trade.--The future and the natural resources of the United States.--Analytical index.
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