The Economic History of Steelmaking, 1867-1939: A Study in Competition

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Index
Aachener Hütten-Aktien-Verein, 131, 142
Abbots, John, 225
Aberdeen, 498
Acieries du Nord et de l'Est, 410, 424
Acklam Works, 452
Adamson, D., 54, 55
Admiralty, and use of steel, 52-6, 62; and basic steel, 175
Age of industrial centre, influence on efficiency, 299-305, 309-10, 510. See also Employers
Åkerman, R., 53, 55
Alabama, 87, 153-4, 222
Amalgamatiom; horizontal, in G.B., 228-30, 248-9, 259-60, 272-3, 337-8, 370-3, 438-40, 451, 484, 507-8; in Germany, 230, 248-9, 259-60, 341, 423-4, 444-5; in U.S., 228-9, 247-8, 266-8; in France, 409, 423-4: over- capitalisation of, 247-8; conflicts of interests within, 248-9, 259, 441, 507-8; economies derived from, 266, 409-10, 445
American Industrial Competition ( B.I.T.A.), quoted, 252
American Rolling Mill Company, 461
American Steel and Wire Company, 228, 267, 285
Anderson, John, 10
Antwerp, 36, 161, 167, 414
Anzin, 57. See also Denain-Anzin
Appleby Steelworks, 372, 386, 389, 433
Arbed (Aciéries Réunies de Burbach- Eich-Dudelange), 412
Arbitration, Board of, 32
Ardrossan, 164
Argentine, 332, 400
Armstrong Whitworth's, 225, 438-9
Arnold, Matthew, 305
Arrol, Sir William, 291
Ashley, Sir W. J., 118, 299, 321-2
Askam, 192
Assessment appeals, reference to expenditure on Cargo Fleet, 272; data on bad Scottish layouts, 368
Association of Steel Manufacturers ( U.S.), 199
Associations; horizontal terminable, in G.B., 230-1, 275-83, 342-3, 375-82; in Belgium, 345, 424, 453; in France, 424, 453; in Germany, 230-2, 275- 86, 292-3, 341-2, 378-9; in U.S., 230, 232, 283-6, 346-8, 375, 378-9: effect of on efficiency, 279-81, 314, 348; entry of outsiders into, 276, 279, 282; fundamental basis of, 276-7, 281-3; influence of tariff on, 275, 278, 313- 15; legal position of, 280, 284, 347; stimulate integration, 287-9, 348. See also British Iron and Steel Federation, Central selling, Kartells, Price control
Atbara bridge, the, 290
Australia; imports of iron and steel, 79-80, 86, 332, 397, 400: steelmaking in, 483; by subsidiaries of English firms, 374
Austria, 85, 199, 276
Axles, manufacture of, 244
Baare, Herr, 36, 250
Bagnall, C., M.P., 12
Bailly, L., 413
Bairds Ltd., 451
Baldwin, Alfred, 186
Baldwin, Lord, 460
Baldwins Ltd., 254, 310, 335, 373-4, 384-6, 390, 439
Balfour, A. J., 255
Balfour, Sir Arthur, 387
Balfour Committee, the, 333, 336, 364
Baltic markets, 482
Bank of England; Governor of, on capital for reconstruction, 437: and reconstruction of Armstrong Whitworth's, 439, 442, 497; and Ebbw Vale, 462; and John Summers, 510
Bankers, American, in Germany, 445-6
Bankers' Industrial Development Company, 510
Banks, and steel industry; in G.B., 249- 51, 392, 437-43, 510; in Germany, 249-53, 257-62, 340, 445-6; in U.S., 249-51, 258-9; in Belgium, 453
Barclays Bank, 392, 439

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