Labour Governments and Private Industry: The Experience of 1945-1951

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Index
Admiralty, 92, 95-6, 189-91
Advisory Council on Scientific Policy, 46
Advisory Councils, 6-7, 108, 191-2; see also under individual advisory councils
Africa, 173
agriculture, 46, 102
Agriculture Act 1947, 46
Air Ministry, 92, 101
aircraft industry, 98-110, 170; Society of British Aircraft Constructors (SBAC), 109; see also under names of individual companies
Albu, Austen, 43
Alexander, A. V., 190, 192
Allen, G. C., 65
Amalgamated Engineering Union, 124, 172
American Motion Picture Export Association, 223
Anchor Line, 194
Anderson, Sir John, 97, 125, 165
Anglo-American Council on Productivity, 40, 45, 48, 50
Argentina, 197
Armstrong Siddeley, 100
Ashley, Sir Percy, 140
Associated British Picture Corporation, 215-17, 220, 222, 230-1
Associated British Picture Distributors, 231
Association of British Chambers of Commerce, 29, 122, 126, 129
Association of Cinematograph Technicians, 233
atomic energy, 104; UK Atomic Energy Authority, 97
Attlee, Clement, 26, 95
Avro, 100
Ayre, Sir Amos, 192-6, 205-6
Bairds, 83
balance of payments, 16, 37, 59, 76, 79-80, 140, 164, 166-7; see also exports and imports
Balcon, Sir Michael, 231
Baldwin, Stanley, 212
Balogh, Thomas, 203-4
Bank of England, 57, 225-6
Barlow, Sir Alan, 94, 101
Barlow Report (shipbuilding), 188-9
Barna, Tibor, 125
Barr, George, 201
Benjamin Talbot, 85
Benson, George, 120
Bentham Report (shipbuilding), 189
Bevan, Aneurin, 4, 21-2, 24-5
Bevin, Ernest, 41, 59, 97-8, 124, 165, 169
Black, John, 170-5, 177-80
Blythswood Shipbuilding Co., 195
Board of Inland Revenue, 122-3, 127, 129
Board of Trade, 7, 19, 23, 39-41, 44-6, 56-9, 61-2, 64-7, 79, 91-3, 95-7, 101, 108, 110-11, 137-43, 145, 147-55, 157, 159, 197, 216-17, 219-25, 227; Production Efficiency Service, 40-1; Special Research Unit, 41, 45-6
Borrie, George, 207
Bower, Frank, 127, 129
Boyd, Sir John, 200, 206-7
Bridges, Sir Edward, 131
Bristol Co., 99
British Board of Film Censors, 212
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), 228
British Cotton Industry Research Association, 157
British Council, 214
British Employers' Confederation, 39
British Film Makers Ltd, 230
British Institute of Management, 41
British Iron and Steel Federation, 57, 83-7, 89, 141
British Lion, 227-8, 232
British Standards Institute, 41
Brook, Sir Norman, 26
Bruce-Gardner, Sir Charles, 7
Bryant, R. C., 66
budgets, 5, 16, 25, 27, 29, 123-4, 128, 229; budgetary policy, 16, 22-3, 119, 122-3, 125; demand management, 16, 20-1, 117, 130

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Notes on the Contributors vi
  • Preface vii
  • One: Introduction 1
  • Part One the Policies 13
  • Appendix 2.2 Edited Version of Gen343/4 'Revised Draft of the Bill', 6 February 1951 32
  • Notes 33
  • Three: Productivity Policy 37
  • Four Anti-Monopoly Policy 55
  • Conclusions 69
  • Notes 70
  • Five: Private Industrial Investment 74
  • Six Whatever Happened to the British Warfare State? the Ministry of Supply, 1945-1951 91
  • Notes 113
  • Seven: Taxation Policy 117
  • Part Two the Sectors 135
  • Eight the Cotton Industry: A Middle Way Between Nationalisation and Self-Government? 137
  • Notes 160
  • Nine: The Motor Car Industry 162
  • Ten the Shipbuilding Industry1 186
  • Appendix 10.1 204
  • Appendix 10.1 208
  • Eleven: The Film Industry 212
  • Index 237
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