Growth and fluctuations of Swedish industry, 1869-1912
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Growth and fluctuations of Swedish industry, 1869-1912 studies in the process of industrialisation. by Lennart Jörberg

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Published by Almqvist & Wiksell in Stockholm .
Written in English

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  • Industries -- Sweden.

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Edition Notes

Statement[Translation: David R. Knight]
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHC375 .J55
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22951298M
LC Control Number64044177

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Get this from a library! Growth and fluctuations of Swedish industry, ; studies in the process of industrialisation.. [Lennart Jörberg]. Jorberg, L. () Growth and Fluctuations of the Swedish Industry, – Studies in the process of industralisation, Almqvist & by: 1. The economic growth rate in Sweden accelerated during three. short periods when production had an irregular development. The first acceleration occurred in the 's, the second in the. 'S, and the third in the 'S. The first greatly influenced. from book Trade Unions in Western Europe Growth and fluctuations of Swedish industry, – studies in the process of industrialisation there has been little room for the growth of.

  Sweden –12 is based on capacity figures in L. Jorberg, Growth and Fluctuations of Swedish Industry, – (Lund, ). U.K. to (1st line) is based on the Census of Production and statistics drawn from Garcke’s Manual of Electricity Undertakings (London, –). Negotiations were shifted to the industry and workplace levels. Swedish unions achieved a remarkably high level of union density 80–85%) due to combined centralization and decentralization, which prevented fragmentary union coverage and allowed unions to gain access to rank-and-file members. Electricity and electrotechnical industry have taken a central position in Swedish industrial development ever since the breakthrough of the high-voltage technique in the : Svante Prado. the early s. In this period, production and productivity growth in Sweden became much lower than earlier. A similar decline occurred in other OECD countries. But it seems that Swedish growth was lower than in both comparable and competing countries (Erixon []). There were also strong fluctuations in the Swedish GDP.

  Sweden –—L. Jŏrberg, Growth and Fluctuations of Swedish Industry, – (Lund) (). All other statistics are taken from the official and other publications noted on pp. xv–xvii of the Introduction, with gaps filled from League of Nations, International Trade Statistics, United Nations, Yearbook of International Trade. Growth and fluctuations of Swedish industry, ; studies in the process of industrialisation. [Tr Production management in Sweden: eight short illustrative cases / David Bennett and Bengt Almgren; Den Dolda historien: 27 uppsater om vart okanda forflutna / redaktorer, Ronny Ambjornsson och David Gaunt. Books Received Coleman, D. C. Sir John Banks, Baronet and Businessman. New York: Oxford Lennart. Growth and Fluctuations of Swedish Industry, Studies in the Process of Industrialisation. Stockholm, Goteborg, Uppsala: Maizels, Alfred. Industrial Growth and World Trade: World Trends in Produc-tion, Consumption and Trade in. If we refer to the rate of growth of industrial production the results are very different from examination of the rate of growth of gross national product or of real income per head. To give one instance, in so far as retardation is verifiable it seems to date from in regard to industrial production but from the s in the case of : H. W. Richardson.