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changing structure of manufacturing plant in Great Britain, 1976 to 1987

J. Bintliff

changing structure of manufacturing plant in Great Britain, 1976 to 1987

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Published by Manchester Polytechnic,Dept. of Economics and Economic History in Manchester .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementJ. Bintlitt[sic] and J. Twomey.
SeriesDiscussion papers -- no.30, Discussion papers (Manchester Polytechnic, Deptartment of Economics and Economic History) -- no.30.
ContributionsTwomey, J., Manchester Polytechnic. Dept. of Economics and Economic History.
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Open LibraryOL13859803M

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For Great Britain as a whole, a decline of over 20% in total unit numbers is recorded, with higher rates of decline occurring in the larger units.

If the period - is divided into four subperiods, some growth is detected in the last subperiod, particularly in the 1976 to 1987 book size : J Tomkins and J Twomey. This paper provides annual estimates of weekly operating hours of manufacturing plants in the United States for the period – and their significance for productivity change.

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