By Keijiro Otsuka
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A. a. a. a. a. 70 per cent of firms included in the sample had ring ratios of 100 per cent. Note mule use for spinning high-count yarn is not an anomaly. The mule spins, in general, a higher quality yarn than the ring for any given quality raw cotton input. To produce the highest quality yarns in the late nineteenth century and early twentieth century, only mules could be used to tease such yarn out of even the highest quality raw cotton input. The staple length elasticity did decline over time, as we would expect from a comparison of equations (1) and (2) with (4).
A detailed examination of equations (1), (2), and (3) shows, however, that Japanese firms could produce higher count yarn. This inconsistency may result from the fact that the mixing examples specified were biased towards inputs of raw cotton for lower count yarns. 7. While our amilysis suggests that the decision to adopt the ring frame and cotton-mixing techniques were made simultaneously, Kiyokawa (1985) maintained that the former decision preceded the latter by a year or so. 8. 2, there was indeed a pronounced relative 52 Comparative Technology Choice in Development increase in the use of female labour as the use of rings became more widespread.
These differences arise from the cotton-mixing technique practised in Japan. 2 schematically demonstrates the relationship between the yarn count (C) and the cotton staple length (L), where curve AA' corresponds to the case of ring-spinning without cotton mixing, curve BB' to the case of mule-spinning, and curve AA" to the case of ring-spinning with cotton mixing. Curve AA' does not extend to the lower left-hand corner because the ring cannot use inferior cotton without mixing. 830 " Numbers in parentheses are t-values.
Comparative Technology Choice in Development: The Indian and Japanese Cotton Textile Industries by Keijiro Otsuka