Recent changes in industrial structure : copper, lead, zinc, and iron and steel

Authors
Martin, John P
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Wynnyczuk, Alexej
Issue Date
1986-08
Keywords
Economics
Degree
MS
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Abstract
Minerals have been very important in the industrial development of the world. Four mineral industries - copper, lead, zinc, and iron - are examined here. The analysis looks at the geologic, technical, economic factors that affect each of these industries. The analytical framework includes the analysis of supply. producer organization, demand, consumer organization, inventories, and prices. From this, changes in the industrial structure can be identified.
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August 1986
School of Humanities and Social Sciences
Department
Dept. of Economics
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Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY
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