Colonial development policy before 1914-- war and reconstruction 1914-21 -the economics of siege, colonial office responses, conclusion-- imperial policy and the development of East Africa 1918-21 - applications or issues under East African protectorates loans act of 1914, the Uganda development loan 1920, the Kenya loan 1921, conclusion-- unemployment and colonial development policy - the trade facilities act 1921-24 - unemployment and government expenditure, the trade facilities act 1921, the trade facilities act 1922, the trade facilities act 1924, conclusion-- the development of East Africa 1921-26 - the Uganda development loan and the East African war debt 1921-24, the u3,500,000 loan to Kenya and Uganda 1924, the East Africa loans act 1926, conclusion-- the colonial development act
1929 -the origins of the colonial development bill, drafting the colonial development bill, April-July 1929, conclusion-- colonial development policy in the 1930s - the colonial development advisory committee, financial restraints, applications and terms of aid, colonial development and metropolitan needs, conclusion-- the colonial development and welfare act
1940 - the colonial question in the later 1930s, Malcolm McDonald and the West Indies, reviewing the colonial development act, the impact of war, conclusion-- conclusions - policies and policy-making - imperial government expenditure on colonial development, policy-makers, policy-making.
Melbourne, Published for the Australian Institute of International Affairs [by] F. W. Cheshire 
Book — 120 p. 22 cm.
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