4 edition of Some problems of wages and their regulation in Great Britain since 1918 found in the catalog.
Some problems of wages and their regulation in Great Britain since 1918
Allan G. B. Fisher
Bibliography: p. 273-276.
|Statement||by Alan G. B. Fisher.|
|Series||Studies in economics and political science, no. 83 in the series of monographs by writers connected with the London School of Economics and Political Science|
|LC Classifications||HD5017 .F5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 281 p.|
|Number of Pages||281|
|LC Control Number||26017646|
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The trade boards became ‘wages councils’. At this point, approximately one in four of all workers were covered by statutory regulation.
These first minimum wages in Britain had emerged after a long period of activism in protest against the ‘sweating’ of labour, especially among women. When the war ended, most VADs left the service though a few of the most adventurous went away to other wars.
They went home to a world in which men were scarce. It was as much the huge loss of hundreds of thousands of young men in France, Belgium and Great Britain, not to speak of Russia and of course Germany. Clothing (men's) manufacturing - Wages, to Tells wages for the years to, and The wage data for this bulletin are from establishments engaged in making men’s outer garments—coats, pants, vests, and over-coats—for the trade, or what is commonly known as men’s ready-made : Marie Concannon.
The safety regulation of aviation began in Great Britain years ago. This paper traces the conflict brought with it a ban on civil aviation except for flights within exemplified some years later by the development of airships with their attendant problems. In addition to File Size: KB.
Great landlords prospered with the system of high farming, but the average size of small peasant holdings fell, with no compensating rise in productivity. There has been debate about the fate of the knightly class: some historians have argued that lesser landowners suffered a.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Fisher, Allan G.B. (Allan George Barnard), Some problems of wages and their regulation in Great Britain since Arranged by occupation and then by city and year, this source shows wages and hours for union bricklayers, building laborers, carpenters, cement finishers, inside granite cutters, hod carriers, inside wiremen, painters, plasterers, plumbers, sheet-metal workers, stonecutters and structural iron workers.
Add tags for "Some problems of wages and their regulation in Great Britain since ". Be the first. Rationing was introduced temporarily by the British government several times during the 20th century, during and immediately after a war.
At the start of the Second World War inthe United Kingdom was importing 20 million long tons of food per year, including about 70% of its cheese and sugar, almost 80% of fruit and about 70% of cereals and fats. The social structure of the United Kingdom has historically been highly influenced by the concept of social class, which continues to affect British society today.
British society, like its European neighbours and most societies in world history, was traditionally (before the Industrial Revolution) divided hierarchically within a system that involved the hereditary transmission of occupation.
This year marks the th anniversary of the First World War and the media is dedicating much time and attention to it. However, one aspect which so far has not received sufficient consideration is the role played by women during those dramatic and bloody years. million and proportionately by as much as 50% between andand women replaced male workers extensively in previously male-dominated industries (Braybon ).
At the time, prominent suffragists and trade union leaders credited the Great War with revolutionizing the economic position of women in Britain. There is, however, noFile Size: KB. The Great War was first and foremost a military event on a global scale, but it was also a social and political landmark.
Education was a fine example of these broad social and political issues. If prices (red) rise yet wages (black) do not rise proportionally, the real earnings (the thin blue line) drop. Green boxes: the Nine Years War () and the War of the Spanish Succession ( with the treaty of Utrecht officially ending that war in ).
Some previous research examined the history of JLCs and the reasons for their stability during the twentieth century. The predecessors of JLCs and Wages Councils in Britain were the trades boards.
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The Great Depression originated in the United States in late and quickly spread to the world. United Kingdom - United Kingdom - Trade: Trade has long been pivotal to the United Kingdom’s economy. The total value of imports and exports represents nearly half the country’s GDP.
(By comparison, the value of foreign trade amounts to about one-fifth of the GDP of the United States.) The volume of both the exports and the imports of the United Kingdom has grown steadily in recent years. Table 1 reports how the average wage for nonfarm workers rose during this century.
By real earnings of American nonfarm workers were about four times as great as in By real earnings of American nonfarm workers were about four times as great as in In France, since Parliament has legislated a national spending target annually. Germany has tried to link health spending increases to the growth of workers’ wages.
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Digest of Welsh Historical Statistics: Wages, Earnings and Consumer Expenditure, SN Globalisation, Technology and Wage Inequality, SN Great Britain Historical Database: Labour Markets Database, Statistics of Wages and Hours of Work, SN Allen, R. (), ‘ The great divergence in European wages and prices from the middle ages to the First World War ’, Explorations in Economic History, 38, –47 (wages of labourers and craftsmen together with consumer price indices are available on the Global Prices and Incomes Database website at University of California, Davis:).
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These "de-regulation" nutters always claim the "savings"" would find their way back into people's wages. Now if that really was a true reflection of economic reality surely we should be able to point to a time in the past when regulation did not exist and the wages of the average worker were, as a direct consequence, generous and their lives wonderful.
Some cases of toxic jaundice were recorded among ammunition workers in the First World War, of which proved fatal. Some workers reported bone disintegration in later life, while others developed throat problems and dermatitis from TNT staining.
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