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Labour utilization and labour management in the British coalmining industry, 1900-1940
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Book Item. Lindsay, Geoff () Cognitive assessment. In: Harding, Leonora and Beech, John R., (eds.) Educational assessment of the primary school child. NFER-Nelson assessment library. Windsor: NFER-Nelson. ISBN Report. In their review of ‘labour in the coalfields’ for the Bulletin of the Society for the Study of Labour History, R.
Neville and John Benson noted that: ‘the absence of any interpretation of the ‘management revolution’ in the context of the British coal industry as a whole during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries remains a. A “land utilization” movement emerged in the s to classify farm land as good, poor, marginal, or submarginal, and to forcibly retire the latter from production.
Such rational planning aimed to reduce farm poverty, contract chronic overproduction of farm crops, and protect land vulnerable to damage. In contrast to the coal industry, the petroleum industry was growing throughout the interwar period.
By the thirties, crude petroleum dominated the real value of the production of energy materials. As Figure 14 shows, the production of crude petroleum increased sharply between andwhile real petroleum prices, though highly variable.
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A specialist in population history (epidemics, health and welfare policies. On Jewish poor relief in the early mo. This book is the winner of the Africa Thesis Award The jury’s report included the following comments: “Michal sketches a historically informed picture of how perspectives of coal and coalmining in particular have changed over the years, from a.
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