Introduction: resource challenges and constructions of scarcity in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries

  title={Introduction: resource challenges and constructions of scarcity in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries},
  author={Ole Sparenberg and Matthias Heymann},
  journal={European Review of History: Revue europ{\'e}enne d'histoire},
  pages={243 - 252}
In November 2008, the European Commission published a ‘raw material initiative’. Within this document, the Commission stressed the importance of secure access to critical raw materials for the comp... 


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