by Published for Resources for the Future, Inc. by Johns Hopkins Press in Baltimore .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||260|
Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features. Try it now. No thanks. Try the new Google Books Get print book. No eBook available Copper Costs and Prices: Orris Clemens Herfindahl. Johns Hopkins Press, - Copper industry and trade - pages. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Herfindahl, Orris C. (Orris Clemens), Copper costs and prices: Baltimore, Published for Resources . Copper Costs and Prices: Rff Press Series: Authors: Orris Clemens Herfindahl, Resources for the Future: Publisher: Resources for the Future, Original from: the University of Michigan: Digitized: Length: pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan. Copper Costs and Prices: By ORRIS C. HERFINDAHL. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Press, for Resources for the Future, Pp. xi, $ The author has investigated in detail the annals of the copper industry for a period of almost 90 years. He wanted to test the generalizations of mineral.
Potential copper production through in Chile. Mineral Economics, Vol. 33, Issue. , p. This book is a guide to the primary commodity universe, an increasingly crucial part of the world economy. Copper Costs and Prices –, Resources for the Future, Washington, DC. Copper Prices - 45 Year Historical Chart. Interactive chart of historical daily COMEX copper prices back to The price shown is in U.S. Dollars per pound. The current price of copper as of Decem is $ per pound. Download the latest price lists for all Mueller Streamline Co products in excel and PDF formats. For reference, you can also find previous price lists. Adelman M.A. "Comment on the H Concentration Measure as a Numbers Equivalent" Review of Economics and Statisiltics, Vol. 51, PP.
Author of Three Studies in Mineral Economics (Resources for the Future), Copper costs and prices, , Quality of the environment, Quality of the environment, Natural resource information for economic development, Copper costs and prices, Quality of the environment, Natural resources information for economic development. Prices began rising again in the s, peaking at £/ton in London at the height of the Crimean War. After a post-war slump, demand surged again with the outbreak of the US Civil War; the Union’s need for brass buttons, copper canteens and bronze cannons pushed Lake Superior Ingot from 17c/lb up to a whopping 55c/lb (see Fig. 5). USPP – PPI Shows real copper prices fall over the period covered, with most of the decline occurring in the –20 period Barnett and Morse () USPP – Prices of non-extractive products Builds on the study by Potter and Christy, and examines a composite of mineral commodities, not copper. The book comes at an opportune point in time, provides a wealth of information, and is useful as a guide to really understanding the themes addressed.' Source: Resources, Conservation and Recycling. Copper Costs and Prices –, Resources for the Future, Washington, DC.