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Economic Research and Industrial Policy

Nature volume 140, pages 411412 (04 September 1937) | Download Citation



THE rationalization and planning movements, unofficial and official, that have in recent years swept over the industrial world involve a number of practical policies that must be separately discussed if their efficiency is to be scientifically assessed. In his presidential address to Section F (Economic Science and Statistics), Prof. P. Sargant Florence reviews recent realistic research into the policies of the siting, size and scope of industries.

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