Morelli CJ, Tomlinson J & Wright V (2012) The managing of competition: Government and industry relationships in the jute industry 1957–63. Business History, 54 (5), pp. 765-782. https://doi.org/10.1080/00076791.2011.631129
This paper examines the development of the 1963 court case brought by the Board of Trade's Restrictive Trading Agreements Office against jute manufacturers, in order to examine the impact of the newly introduced competition policy for government–business relationships. Government's active enforcement of competition marked an important change in the direction of industrial policy in the UK and the jute industry was one of the cases to be examined.
jute; Britain; competition; cartels; government
|Funders||The Leverhulme Trust|
|Publication date online||02/04/2012|
|Date accepted by journal||06/08/2011|
|Publisher||Informa UK Limited|