The Steel Industry, 1939-1959: A Study in Competition and Planning

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PRINCIPAL ABBREVIATIONS
A.I.S.I. American Iron and Steel Institute.
B.I.S.C. British Iron and Steel Corporation.
B.I.S.F. British Iron and Steel Federation.
B.I.S.R.A. British Iron and Steel Research Association.
E.C.S.C. European Coal and Steel Community. [I have
 sometimes quoted from the provisional edition
 of the Annual Reports of the E.C.S.C., where
 each chapter is paged separately, and some-
 times from the reports in their final printed
 form, where the pagination of each volume is
 continuous.
E.C.E. Economic Commission for Europe.
E.E.C. European Economic Community.
Econ. Economist.
Econ. J. Economic Journal.
E.H.S. The Economic History of Steelmaking 1867-1939 , by
  Duncan Burn.
F.T.C. Federal Trade Commission ( U.S.).
I.C.T.R. Iron and Coal Trades Review.
I.S. Board Iron and Steel Board.
I.S. Corp. Iron and Steel Corporation of Great Britain
 ( 1951-53).
I.S.H.R.A. Iron and Steel Holding and Realisation Agency.
I.S. Inst. Iron and Steel Institute.
J.R. Stat. Soc. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society.
P.A.C. Committee of SYSTEM Accounts.
R.M.D. Raw Materials Department of Ministry of
 Supply.

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