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📒American Economic History ✍ Seymour E. Harris
✏American Economic History Book Summary : Harris (1897-1974) was editor of the Review of Economics and Statistics . In this 1961 anthology (reproduced with no changes or additions) he presented 16 articles that represented some of the prominent mainstream thinking of the time on broad issues of American economic development. The material ex
📒American Economic History A Dictionary And Chronology ✍ James S. Olson
✏American Economic History A Dictionary and Chronology Book Summary : Covering figures, events, policies, and organizations, this comprehensive reference tool enhances readers' appreciation of the role economics has played in U.S. history since 1776. • Emphasizes an understanding of economics rather than of history that happens to touch on an economic event • Opens with an overview that succinctly outlines U.S. economic history, preparing the reader to better understand and use the dictionary entries • Provides comprehensive, integrated backgrounds on the most important innovations in U.S. economic history • Gives readers a full picture of economic developments in the new economy by covering subjects such as the growth of Silicon Valley during the information revolution of the late 20th and early 21st centuries • Ties people, places, and issues to innovations, helping students put technological change into a broader context
📒The American Economic History Reader ✍ John William Malsberger
✏The American economic history reader Book Summary : Economics as a discipline often relies on abstract theories and formulas to exlain the functions of national economies. American Economic History: Documents and Readings is a collection of primary documents and essays illustrating the practical applications of these theories in real life, showing how and why the American economy developed as it did. It identifies and explains some of the key questions in economic history, as well as documents some of the leading voices in the discipline. Suggestions for further reading at the end of each chapter provide students with an additional study tool. Twelve chapters survey the development and growth of the American economy from colonial times through the presidency of George W. Bush. Each chapter focuses on a controversial issue in American economic history and includes two or more articles written by experts that provide different interpretations of that issue, together with a series of related primary source documents. Each chapter begins with a general introduction that briefly outlines an important question in American economic history, and concludes with a list of additional relevant sources on the topic.
📒The Encyclopedia Of Native American Economic History ✍ Bruce Elliott Johansen
✏The Encyclopedia of Native American Economic History Book Summary : Analyzes Native American history against an economic background.
📒British And American Economic History 1850 1950 ✍ Robert Windle
✏British and American economic history 1850 1950 Book Summary :
📒American Economic History ✍ Harold Underwood Faulkner
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📒The American Economy ✍ Cynthia Clark Northrup
✏The American Economy Book Summary : A compelling compilation of short entries, longer topical essays, and primary source documents that chronicles the historical development of the United States from an economic perspective. * Over 600 A–Z entries on key ideas, initiatives, people, and events in the history of U.S. economic policy * 31 in-depth essays on core economic issues and trends * A separate primary source section that includes 32 important treaties, key political speeches, and more relating to the American economy from the Articles of Confederation period through the Obama Administration * Easy-to-use tables of economic data designed for quick reference * Extensive cross-referencing * A bibliography of significant materials relating to all aspects of the American economy
📒U S Economic History Since 1945 ✍ Michael French
✏U S Economic History Since 1945 Book Summary : A concise, accessible review of the principal economic developments and social changes in the US between 1945 and the present day. Covers an era of US economic dominance and the challenge from overseas. Links more 'historical' post-war developments to the rapid 'contemporary' changes of the 1970s-1990s. No direct competitor known to the author.
📒American Economic History ✍ Jonathan R. T. Hughes
✏American Economic History Book Summary : America's present economy, understood through its past. Rich in both quantitative techniques and economic theory, American Economic History demonstrates how an understanding of our past can illuminate economic issues that face society today and in the future. In simple, elegant language, this text walks readers through four centuries of political, social, and economic history, focusing on laws and institutions and emphasizing current economic topics. The eighth edition has been updated and revised, and includes expanded discussions on population, health, and labor; education; the automobile industry; income and taxes; social security; unemployment; regulation and the financial industry; and the history of economic recessions.
📒Government And The American Economy ✍ Price V. Fishback
✏Government and the American Economy Book Summary : The American economy has provided a level of well-being that has consistently ranked at or near the top of the international ladder. A key source of this success has been widespread participation in political and economic processes. In The Government and the American Economy, leading economic historians chronicle the significance of America’s open-access society and the roles played by government in its unrivaled success story. America’s democratic experiment, the authors show, allowed individuals and interest groups to shape the structure and policies of government, which, in turn, have fostered economic success and innovation by emphasizing private property rights, the rule of law, and protections of individual freedom. In response to new demands for infrastructure, America’s federal structure hastened development by promoting the primacy of states, cities, and national governments. More recently, the economic reach of American government expanded dramatically as the populace accepted stronger limits on its economic freedoms in exchange for the increased security provided by regulation, an expanded welfare state, and a stronger national defense.