Economic Ideas and Government Policy: Contributions to Contemporary Economic History

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INDEX

a
Admiralty 41
Africa 57, 199, 206-7
agriculture 202-3;
European 54, 59;
German 67, 69see also Common Agricultural Policy
aircraft industry 11,
Chapter 2 passim
Aldenham, Lord 125-6
Allen, George 44
Allen, Maurice 126
Alphand, Hervé 100
Allsopp, Christopher 171
American Civil War 182, 190, 194-6
Amory, Heathcoat 262
Anderson, Sir John 37
Anglo-American Loan of 194638, 55-6, 60, 84, 114
Anglo-American productivity teams 221, 266
Ansiaux, Hubert 46
Arab-Israeli War 137
Argentine 4
Arnheim 42
Artis, Michael 165ff
Asia 57, 199, 207, 209, 221
Auchincloss 187, 189
Australasia 57
Australia 26, 57, 201
Austria 59, 61, 72, 88

b
balance of payments of UK 54, 121, 134-5, 137, 140, 143, 146, 150, 247;
of US 59-60;
of Europe 56-7;
crisis in Germany, Chapter 7 passim,67, 74;
crisis of 1968138-9;
postwar difficulties 54, 56;
see also devaluation, dollar shortage
Balassa, Bela 212-3
Balogh, Thomas 97-8
Banker, The147
Bank of England 8, 34, 43, 113ff, 136-7, 160, 263-4, 268
Bank for International Settlements 61-2137
bank lending 115-8
bank rate 113, 119-24, 127, 160-1, see also minimum lending rate
Barnett, Corelli 28
Barraclough, Geoffrey 148
Baxter, Dudley 252
BBC 147
Beaverbrook, Lord 18-20, 26, 42, 49
Belgium 53, 57, 60, 95, 102, 230
Benelux 55, 59, 61, 88
Bensusan Butt, David 41
Bernstein, Eddie 260
Beveridge, Lord 34, 38-9, 45-6, 85;
Committee 38
Bevin, Ernest 63-4, 272
Bidault, Georges 64
bilateralism 55
Birch, Nigel 113
Black Death 2
Bladen-Hovell, R.C. 171
Board of Trade 37, 41, 43-4, 252, 267, 270
Booth, Alan 33
Boyle, Sir Edward 125
Brazil 215
Bretherton, Russell 44-5
Bretton Woods 38, 55-6, 101, 136, 140, 142, 148
Bridges, Sir Edward 39, 45, 114, 119-20
Brittain, Sir H. 126
Britton, A.J.C 165 ff
Brook, Sir Norman 39
Brookings Institution 270

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