Ministerial control of the nationalised industries.
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Published by H.M.S.O in London .
Written in English

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SeriesSession 1967/68, 1st report, 1967/8. H.C. 371-III
The Physical Object
Paginationiv,267p.,fold plate ;
Number of Pages267
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14920109M
ISBN 100102792682

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The list includes all the fuel industries with the exception of oil, the railways, a major portion of the bus service and road transport, the national airline, and the BBC. The most significant acts of nationalization occurred in the –9 : R. W. Daniels. Prosser, Tony Prosser, Nationalised Industries and Public Control: Legal, Constitutional and Political Issues, Blackwell, Oxford. Google Scholar SCNI, First Report of the Select Committee on Nationalised Industries, Ministerial Control of the Nationalised Industries, HC , –68, cited in Prosser, Cited by: 2.   HL Deb 03 November vol cc § p.m. § THE EARL OF SELKIRK rose to call attention to the organisation of nationalised industries; and to move for Papers. The noble Earl said: My Lords, I have framed this Motion in rather wide terms. I have done so deliberately, and I will endeavour, so far as possible, to stick to the wide terms . IMPROVING PERFORMANCE OF PUBLIC ENTERPRISES THROUGH FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT AND CONTROL* Balls, , c. 19 United Kingdom, First Report from the Select Committee on Nationalised Industries, Session ‐68, Ministerial Control of the Nationalised Industries, vol. n, p.

PARLIAMENT AND PUBLIC OWNERSHIP IN ENGLAND * PARLIAMENT AND PUBLIC OWNERSHIP IN ENGLAND * Hanson, A.H. The sole concern of this book is with British parliamentary control over the nationalised industries that have actually been established and given the shape of public corporations. It attempts to study this by describing . Author of The papers of the Prime Ministers of Great Britain, The Citizen's Charter, House of Lords reform, Britain and the European communities, Information and the public interest, A policy for the arts, The parliamentary commissioner for administration, Immigration from . nationalization Policy of acquiring for public ownership business enterprises that were formerly owned privately. Nationalization was an economic principle of early socialism. Proponents of nationalization maintain that bringing essential industries under government control enhances social and economic equality. Chapter pages in book: (p. 85 - 97) CHAPTER 8 THE NATIONALIZED INDUSTRIES AND SERVICES Employment in the Nationalized Industries dom of action from ministerial or Parliamentary control. exception is the overseas cable and wireless message facilities, which were merged with the Post Office.

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