Europe's Needs and Resources: Trends and Prospects in Eighteen Countries

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EUROPE'S NEEDS AND RESOURCES
TRENDS AND PROSPECTS IN EIGHTEEN COUNTRIES

J. FREDERIC DEWHURST
JOHN O. COPPOCK
P. LAMARTINE YATES
AND ASSOCIATES

TWENTIETH CENTURY FUND New York 1961

MACMILLAN & CO. LTD. LONDON

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  • Twentieth Century Fund iii
  • Title Page v
  • Foreword vii
  • Contents xiii
  • Introduction xxi
  • Chapter 1 - Postwar Recovery 3
  • Chapter 2 - Population 32
  • Chapter 3 - Manpower 61
  • Chapter 4 - Output and Expenditures 107
  • Chapter 5 - Consumption Levels and Patterns 143
  • Chapter 6 - Food, Drink and Tobacco 179
  • Chapter 7 - Housing 213
  • Chapter 8 - Household Operations 246
  • Chapter 9 - The Transport Revolution 279
  • Chapter 10 - Education 312
  • Chapter 11 - Health 344
  • Chapter 12 - Social Security 375
  • Chapter 14 - Capital Investment 443
  • Chapter 15 - Land and Agricultural Resources 479
  • Chapter 16 - Forest Resources 520
  • Chapter 17 - Ocean Resources 546
  • Chapter 18 - Energy Resources 561
  • Chapter 19 - Minerals and Metals 600
  • Conclusion 634
  • Chapter 20 - Foreign Trade and Capital Movements 635
  • Chapter 21 - Exchange and Currency Problems 674
  • Chapter 22 - Underdeveloped Areas 708
  • Chapter 23 - Capitalism in Postwar Europe 734
  • Conclusion 756
  • Chapter 24 - Productivity 759
  • Chapter 25 - Technology 784
  • Chapter 26 - Dynamics of Economic Integration 818
  • Chapter 27 - Needs and Resources: Summary 862
  • Chapter 28 - Europe's Changing Economy 889
  • List of Appendices 903
  • Chapter 27 - Needs and Resources: Summary *
  • Chapter 28 - Europe's Changing Economy *
  • List of Charts 1175
  • Index 1179
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