The Economic History of Eastern Europe, 1919-1975 - Vol. 1

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Index
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accumulation, seeinvestment; saving
Adam, G. C., 225n.
Adler-Karlsson, G., 484n.
Afghanistan, 4
Agraria Cooperative, 180
agrarian reform, seeland tenure
Agrární banka, 283
agriculture: area, 148-9, 187-93; collectivization, 6, 10; dependence on, 30-1, 45, 206-9; depression, 171-82, 207, 546-7; education and training, 103, 111, 137, 140, 167, 205; exports, 163-4, 171-3, 177-84, 207-8, 403-7, 455-7; investment, 149-52, 164-70, 194-6, 208-9, 549, 557-8, 566; mechanization, 149-52, 166-7; output, 45-6, 53, 149, 163, 167-8, 182-94, 197-206, 532, 533-7, 542-7, 553-6, 560-2, 567, 573-5, 579-81, 592-6, 597; productivity, 31, 150, 168-9, 184-7, 197-8; regional differences, 170-1; state intervention, 176- 82; workforce, 132n., 138, 184-7, 209, 374-5, 393-4, 537, 563, 572, 596; see also land tenure
air transport, 338
Aladjoff, P., 292t., 293t., 297t., 308n.
Albania: agriculture, 203-6, 597; balance of trade and payments, 56, 437-8, 502, 523; education and health, 93, 94-5, 98, 101, 102-5, 105-6, 205, 353; energy, 56, 210, 211t., 212, 272, 314-15; establishment ( 1912), 24-5, 204; export composition, 56, 400, 402; foreign relations, 6, 9, 17n., 105n., 205-6, 314-15; foreign trade, 205, 380, 385, 389, 419, 429, 431, 433; import composition, 105n., 387, 414, 417; investment, 49, 56, 272, 314-5, 337; Italian occupation ( 1939), 206, 315; management, 6, 11, 15, 17n.; map, xx, xxi; mining, 216, 219-20, 223; national product, 6-7, 596-7; population and employment, 69, 73, 75, 76, 78, 83, 89; tariffs, 413, 460; timber, 220; trade statistics, 467, 470, 488, 495, 509, 516; transport, 332n., 337, 597; underdevelopment, 63, 203, 225, 272, 597
Albanian National Bank, 314, 315
Albanians, 66, 69, 72, 73, 140, 141
alcohol: production, 193, 302, 314-15; tariff, 405
Alexander, king of Yugoslavia, 312
alkalis cartel, 322
Allcock, J., 428n.
Allflatt, Z., xv, 148n.
Alton, T. P., 8n., 9n.
aluminium production, 217-18, 259
American Committee on the Rights of Religious Minorities, 134n., 135n.
amortization, seedepreciation
Anghel, J., xv, 252n.
Anglo-československá a Pražská úvární banka, 283
Anglo-Persian Oil Company, 314
Anschel, K., 187n.
anti-Semitism, 70, 74, 86, 126, 136-7, 138
antimony production, 217
Argentina, 82, 397
armaments production: Bulgaria, 584; Czechoslavakia, 54, 240, 242, 280n., 295, 545; Hungary, 55-6, 306, 557t.; Poland, 55, 305, 306; Romania, 272, 310, 594; see alsomilitary expenditure
Armenians, 67, 107, 137n.
Association suisse des banquiers, xix
Australia, 182, 326-72, 395, 444
Austro-Hungarian Empire: agriculture, 148, 163; development, 29-30; east European territories, 1, 23-4, 103, 110, 124, 170, 224-7, 228-9, 258, 284, 295, 312, 316, 325-7, 375, 379-83, 394, 396, 442; education, 97; foreign trade, 30, 33-6, 42, 381- 3, 394; map, xx
Austria: education, 357; foreign trade, 57, 381-2, 405, 421, 430, 441-3, 463n., 531; health, 98, 102, 350; housing, 342-5; incorporated into Germany ( 1938), 61, 321, 481; infrastructure, 324, 326, 365-77; investment in east Europe, 39, 292-5; map, xxi; national product, 369-72; population, 77, 90
autarky: national, 17, 56n., 163, 382, 438, 459; regional, east Europe, 2, 435-8
autoconsumption, 373, 569-70, 582, 591
Axenciuc, V. Gh., xiv, 148n., 179n., 225n., 233n., 256t., 257n., 288n., 297t., 312n.
Azienda Minerali Metallici Italiani (AMMI), 314

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Table of contents

  • The Economic History of Eastern Europe 1919-75 ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • List of Maps and Figures vi
  • Contributors to Volumes I and II vii
  • Notes xi
  • Acknowledgements xvii
  • Introduction 1
  • Chapter I General Characteristics of the Region Between the Wars 23
  • Chapter 2 Human Resources 66
  • Chapter 3 Agriculture 148
  • Chapter 4 Raw Materials and Energy 210
  • Chapter 5 Industry 222
  • Chapter 6 Infrastructure 323
  • Chapter 7 Foreign Trade Performance and Policy 379
  • Chapter 8 National Income and Product 532
  • Index 599
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