The Anglo-American Council on Productivity: 1948-1952 British Productivity and the Marshall Plan
Description: The United Kingdom's postwar economic recovery and the usefulness of Marshall Plan aid depended heavily on a rapid increase in exports by the country's manufacturing industries. American aid administrators, however, shocked to discover the British industry's inability to respond to the country's urgent need, insisted on aggressive action to improve productivity. In partial response, a joint venture, called the Anglo-American Council on Productivity (AACP), arranged for sixty-six teams involving… more
Date: May 1999
Creator: Gottwald, Carl H.
Partner: UNT Libraries