Structural problems in the crisis
Keywords:Debt crisis, structural problems
All over the world the steel industry, the shipyards, the motor car and plastics industries and so on are in difficulty. What may be new, however, is that the structural problem appears now not only in its industrial and regional aspects, but also in its aspect of organisation - the crisis of the large concerns. This paper deals with these various aspects in turn, although they are so closely connected as to be inseparable.
JEL: F34, G01
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