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The European Coal and Steel Community

In: Electricity and Energy Policy in Britain, France and the United States since 1945


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Martin Chick’s book is a major economic and historical study of the development of electricity and energy policy in Britain, France and the United States since 1945. Using newly available archival material the author draws important comparisons between these countries and includes all of the fuel and power industries.

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  • ., 2007. "The European Coal and Steel Community," Chapters,in: Electricity and Energy Policy in Britain, France and the United States since 1945, chapter 3 Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Handle: RePEc:elg:eechap:3650_3

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