The 'new' economics of iron and steel

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The author commences his analysis of the iron and steel industry by examining the historical background of the industry, and discusses its importance for the world economy. He examines the implications for the world industry of the successful development of the steel industry in Japan, and traces the evolution of a commodity cartel in the iron ore market, analysing the price levels of the commodity in the 'free' and 'controlled' markets. Following a discussion of the role of energy and coking coal supplies in the industry, the author examines the evolution of this industry in the less developed countries, with particular reference to the role of technology in the industry's development. He concludes that there have been important structural changes in the world industry, embraced by the concept of 'partial demise'. © 1979.

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Banks, F. E. (1979). The “new” economics of iron and steel. Resources Policy, 5(2), 95–103. https://doi.org/10.1016/0301-4207(79)90003-5

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