The European Economy 1750 1914
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📒The European Economy 1750 1914 ✍ Derek Howard Aldcroft
✏The European Economy 1750 1914 Book Summary : This book offers new perspectives on the economic development of Europe during the critical period of industrialization for much of the continent, from 1750-1914. It eschews the traditional approach of studying the major countries, nation-by-nation and replaces it with a continent-wide thematic study which deals with each of the main economic sectors in turn.
📒The Economic Rise Of The Habsburg Empire 1750 1914 ✍ David F. Good
✏The Economic Rise of the Habsburg Empire 1750 1914 Book Summary :
📒Bibliography Of European Economic And Social History ✍ Derek Howard Aldcroft
✏Bibliography of European Economic and Social History Book Summary : This bibliographical guide contains 10,000 references to the economic and social history of 30 European countries during the period 1700-1939. More than 3000 periodicals have been consulted to obtain references, as well as books, edited collections and conference proceedings. The information is listed in categories such as industry, agriculture, finance, migration, labour conditions, urban communities and organizations. Full publication details are included, so that references may be located easily.
📒The Development Of The French Economy 1750 1914 ✍ Colin Heywood
✏The Development of the French Economy 1750 1914 Book Summary : Understanding French economic development in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries has always proved a formidable challenge for historians. This concise 1995 survey for students is designed to make clear the areas of controversy among historians, and to guide the reader through the complexities of the debate. The author provides succinct surveys of findings on the pattern of development, and on the underlying causes of that pattern. He addresses questions such as: was France a latecomer or an early starter in industrialisation? Did long periods of protectionism help or hinder development? And was the peasantry an obstacle to change in the economy? He argues that France was not the 'backward economy' it was often thought to be; instead, it provides a quietly successful case of economic development, avoiding the massive social upheaval experienced elsewhere in Europe.
📒Coastal Shipping And The European Economy 1750 1980 ✍ John Armstrong
✏Coastal shipping and the European economy 1750 1980 Book Summary :
📒Cities And The Making Of Modern Europe 1750 1914 ✍ Andrew Lees
✏Cities and the Making of Modern Europe 1750 1914 Book Summary : A survey of urbanization and the making of modern Europe from the mid-eighteenth century to the First World War.
📒Pre Modern European Economy ✍ Paolo Malanima
✏Pre Modern European Economy Book Summary : The book provides an overall reconstruction of the European economy, in the global context, from the High Middle Ages until the beginning of Modern Growth in the 19th century.
📒The European Economy Since 1914 ✍ Derek Howard Aldcroft
✏The European Economy Since 1914 Book Summary : The fifth edition of The European Economy provides a succinct and lucid account of the development and problems of the European economy since the first world war. It covers the whole of Europe including Russia and Turkey. The text divides into several clearly defined sub-periods: the impact and aftermath of the first world war and recovery and reconstruction during the 1920s; the depression and the recovery of the 1930s; the impact of the second world war and the new political division in Europe; the post-war boom of the 1950s and 1960s and then into the growth slowdown of the 1970s and the persistent problems of inflation and unemployment. It then analyses the demise of the centrally planned economies of eastern Europe and the move to a more united Europe and then discusses the financial and economic problems that have emerged in the early twenty-first century. This new edition has been extensively revised, new chapters have been added and the reading lists updated. Though the volume is designed as a basic introductory text the authors elicit some of the lessons that can be learnt from a study of past development, one of which is the limited power of governments to influence the course of events and to combat the operation of market forces.
📒Exchange Rate Alignments ✍ J. Mills
✏Exchange Rate Alignments Book Summary : This book calls for a radical reappraisal of economic policy in the UK. It argues that a much lower exchange rate is needed to re-establish sufficient manufacturing capacity to enable Britain to pay its way in the world. Mills makes the case for the removal of balance of payments constraints to achieve growth and avoid endless austerity.
📒Sport Economy And Society In Britain 1750 1914 ✍ Neil Tranter
✏Sport Economy and Society in Britain 1750 1914 Book Summary : This book provides a concise, up-to-date survey of one of the most dramatic changes in the cultural life of Victorian and Edwardian Britain, the radical transformation which occurred in the extent and nature of its participation in sport. Neil Tranter focuses on the issues which have attracted most interest from historians of sport and poses a number of important questions: did levels of involvement in sport increase or decrease during the initial stages of urban-industrialisation? When did the new sporting culture first emerge, and what were its principal features and the mechanisms through which it spread? What were the main aims of the participants and supporters, and to what extent were these aims achieved? The author also discusses the economic consequences of this cultural change and the examines the role of women in this sporting 'revolution' and asks why their participation was so much more restricted than that of men.