Economics and American Industry

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INDEX
A and P, 383, 395-396, 399, 404-407
Accounting costs and profits, 144-146, 202, 238-239, 241, 254-255, 312-313, 355
Adams, Walter, 33, 208, 418, 495
Adelman, M., 33, 396, 399, 404-406, 438
Advertising, analysis of, 360-361
as barrier to entry, 336, 342, 368
concentration and, 510-511
cost of, total, 367
economics of scale in, 342-343, 513
evaluated, 366-368
in automobiles, 342, 359
in consumer and producer goods, 509- 510
in retailing, 402, 511
in textiles, 138
in 20 industry groups, 509-510
informative and manipulative, 366- 368, 402, 509, 511
progressive taxation of, 528
resale price maintenance and, 419, 424
Agriculture, costs in, 42-44, 60, 61-62, 106-108
credit programs for, 114-116
crop restrictions, 85-87, 117
disaster relief loans in, 116
education in, 113-114
elasticity of demand, 70-75, 76-78, 85- 86
experimental stations, 113
exports, 98, 111-112
extension service, 113
family farms, 108-109
imports, 112
Agriculture, income elasticity of demand, 96
incomes, 38-39, 77, 440, 441-442
instability, 37-39, 66-67, 77, 78, 81
land values, 101-103, 109
mobility, 104, 116-117
output, 62
parity, 83-85, 97
price supports, 82, 83-85, 88-91, 111
prices, 37, 64, 90-91, 109
productivity, 95-96, 106
scale, economies of, 105-110
soil bank, 117
subsidies, 82
tariffs and, 85, 88, 97
whole farm retirement, 118
Alcoa, accounting policy, 202
antitrust, 30, 205-208
bauxite reserves, 172-173
capacity, 199-200, 209-211
costs, 178-179, 184-187, 220
mergers, 173-174
patents, 168
price policy reported, 189-190
prices, see aluminum prices profits, 200-201
surplus war plants, 207
vertical integration, 180, 192, 208
Allen Bradley Co. v. Local Union No. 3 International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, 490
Alliance Aluminum Company, 170
Allied Stores, 385-386
Aluminium, Ltd., 170, 206, 207, 208, 212, 214, 216

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