Economic Ideas and Government Policy: Contributions to Contemporary Economic History

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TABLES
5.1 Industrial and agricultural production in the federal area, 1948-51 69
5.2 Balance of payments of Western Germany, 1947-51 74
15.1 J & P Coats’s quarterly wage bill, 1830-57 180
15.2 J & P Coats’s growth and fluctuations: thread sales, wage bill and profits, 1831-83 181
15.3 Net profits and increase in partners’ capital, 1830-83 187
15.4 Rate of return and proportion ploughed back, 1830-83 189
15.5 Sales of thread and profits on thread account, 1845-83 190
15.6 Growth and fluctuations: fixed capital and stocks, 1831-83 191
16.1 Imports and exports of finished goods by four main Western European countries, 1913-37 199
16.2 Growth of world exports, 1953-90 200
16.3 World exports of primary produce, 1913-89 202
16.4 Imports of primary produce into the European Economic Community, 1961-90 204
16.5 Trade in manufactures between developing and industrial countries, 1960-90 205
16.6 Export markets of developing countries in 1986 206
16.7 Imports by industrial countries of manufactures from developing countries, 1980-90 207
16.8 Exports of manufactures from developing countries, 1973-89, and their imports from developed countries, 1989 208
16.9 Trade of the EC (12) with developing countries, 1963-86 209
16.10 Exports of manufactured goods to developing countries from industrial countries, 1973 and 1980 210
16.11 EC’s imports and exports of textiles and clothing, 1963-86 211
16.12 Exports of manufactures from developing countries in relation to domestic consumption in industrial countries 213
16.13 Share of developing countries in world exports of manufactures by commodity group, 1973, 1980 and 1989 215

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