Industrialisation in Colonial Office Reconstruction Thinking, 4. The Threads of Policy Resumed, Notes Includes bibliographical references p.
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Industrialisation and the British Colonial State
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Bibliography Includes bibliographical references p. Contents Towards "development" - colonial economic policy before the Second World War-- the impact of war on development policy, industrialisation in Colonial Office reconstruction thinking, industrial development - defining the colonial state's role, the metropolitan crisis and constraints on colonial industrialisation, the threads of policy resumed, Dr Butler challenges the prevailing assumption that London and the Colonial governments colluded to frustrate industrial initiatives, leaving a legacy of under development.
Taking colonial policy towards West Africa as a case study, he shows that, during the s, the Office evolved a policy of encouraging colonial industry as part of a broad programme of development intended to prepare colonies for eventual independence. He also examines problems faced by the Colonial Office in implementing its new industrial policy, particularly the difficulties arising from wartime and post-war constraints on Britain's ability to supply capital goods and other exports necessary for development.
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