Select List of References on Economic Reconstruction: Including Reports of the British Ministry of Reconstruction

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Page 14 - Report of the Departmental Committee Appointed by the Board of Trade to Consider the Position of the Iron and Steel Trades After the War [Cd.
Page 22 - August, 1916, to consider and report upon the methods of effecting an increase in the home-grown food supplies, having regard to the need of such increase in the interests of national security; together with reports by Sir Matthew G.
Page 32 - Economic reconstruction. Analysis of main tendencies in the principal belligerent countries of Europe with statistics of production, consumption, and trade in important foodstuffs and industrial raw materials.
Page 29 - CONTENTS. — The war and democracy, by AB Hart. — An economic interpretation of the war, by ERA Seligman. — The crisis in social evolution, by FH Giddings. — The relation of the individual to the state, by WW Willoughby. — The war and international law, by GG Wilson. — The war and international commerce and finance, by ER Johnson. — The conduct of military and naval warfare, by CF Goodrich.
Page 16 - Interim report on the treatment of exports from the United Kingdom and British overseas possessions and the conservation of the resources of the empire during the transitional period after the war.
Page 13 - Report of a sub-committee of the Advisory committee to the Board of trade on commercial intelligence with respect to measures for securing the position, after the war, of certain branches of British industry.
Page 25 - East India — (Constitutional reforms). Addresses presented in India to His excellency the Viceroy and the Right honourable the Secretary of state for India.
Page 14 - Corporation's activities as being "to consider the best means of meeting the needs of British firms after the war as regards financial facilities for trade.
Page 6 - HC276.A5 7 American manufacturers export association. Export problems of the United States. Papers read before the ninth annual convention . . . and proceedings of the convention held at the Waldorf-Astoria hotel, New York City, Oct. 30 and 31, 1918. New York, American manufacturers export association, 1918. 448 p. 23\<™. HF3008.A6 8 Armbruster , L. Reparation des dommages...
Page 16 - HD8381.C3 1917a 61 Committee on commercial and industrial policy. Imperial preference. Copy of resolutions passed by the Committee on commercial and industrial policy, on the subject of imperial preference, together with copy of covering letter to the prime minister.

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