By Helen Mercer
Enterprise humans have consistently had a powerful inclination to prevent festival and control the industry. In developing a aggressive Order, Helen Mercer provides a brand new interpretation of the evolution of British festival laws from 1900 to 1964. She makes use of archival assets to offer a close research of government-industry kinfolk and exhibits how pageant guidelines were formed via the suggestions of strong enterprise pursuits. during the ebook, she bargains tips to the most likely final result of commercial rules in Britain within the future
creation -- The British cartel method, 1880-1964 -- The nation and the 'monopoly problem', 1880-1939 -- The battle and the White Paper, 1940-44 -- The origins of the Monopolies and Restrictive Practices Act, 1948 -- Interpretation of coverage: the Monopolies and Restrictive Practices fee, 1949-56 -- The origins of the Restrictive exchange Practices Act 1956: a re-interpretation -- Resale fee upkeep -- Conclusions -- Appendixes
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The Lancashire Cotton Corporation, established through the Bank of England, became a means for banks to offload bankrupt spinning companies, followed by large-scale scrapping of plant. Elsewhere in cotton, amalgamation schemes foundered in the face of Bank of England unwillingness to provide financial backing without good prospects of profitability, which in turn seemed possible only if state powers to regulate production were invoked. " The most important result of 10 years of government, banking and industrial attempts to restructure the industry was a far-reaching state-sponsored cartel.
The history of trade associations in this period demonstrates that while the actual level of pricefixing may be difficult to gauge, the potential for such activities to be very effective indeed may be assumed from the systematisation of organisation which had occurred. The international dimension of the inter-war cartel system provides important material for understanding the attitudes of British businessmen to plans to restrict cartels in the 1940s. The cartels of the 1920s and 1930s were the response to foreign competition in both home and foreign markets, and the gloomy export prospects of the 1930s, and it was the desire to retain the right to make international cartels which most concerned British businessmen in reconstruction discussions.
It has been demonstrated that they presented a formidable blocking mechanism against modernisation plans pursued by the Labour governments of 1945 to 1951. 128 Indeed, the political problems presented by Britain's cartels system is a major theme of this book, and will be pursued in subsequent chapters. These issues require more thorough enquiry, and have been touched on here to outline some of the concerns of policy-makers in the key period of development of policy, and the historical evolution of our ideas about cartels and industrial performance.