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.
📒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.
📒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 Economic Rise Of The Habsburg Empire 1750 1914 ✍ David F. Good
✏The Economic Rise of the Habsburg Empire 1750 1914 Book Summary :
📒The Development Of The French Economy 1750 1914 ✍ Colin Heywood
✏The Development of the French Economy 1750 1914 Book Summary : This 1995 book provides a summary of French economic development between 1750 and 1914, and the complex debates surrounding this subject.
📒World Eras ✍ James Farr
✏World Eras Book Summary : Examines major civilizations that have flourished from antiquity to modern times, with a global perspective and a strong emphasis on daily life and social history. This volume provides in-depth coverage of the Industrial Revolution in Europe, 1750-1914.
📒Sport Economy And Society In Britain 1750 1914 ✍ Neil Tranter
✏Sport Economy and Society in Britain 1750 1914 Book Summary : Concise, up-to-date survey of the sporting 'revolution', and its cultural and economic consequences.
✏The Fontana Economic History of Europe Book Summary :
📒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.
✏National Character and Public Spirit in Britain and France 1750 1914 Book Summary : In a work of unusual ambition and rigorous comparison, Roberto Romani considers the concept of 'national character' in the intellectual histories of Britain and France. Perceptions of collective mentalities influenced a variety of political and economic debates, ranging from anti-absolutist polemic in eighteenth-century France to appraisals of socialism in Edwardian Britain. Romani argues that the eighteenth-century notion of 'national character', with its stress on climate and government, evolved into a concern with the virtues of 'public spirit' irrespective of national traits, in parallel with the establishment of representative institutions on the Continent. His discussion of contemporary thinkers includes Montesquieu, Voltaire, Hume, Millar, Burke, Constant, de Staël and Tocqueville. After the mid-nineteenth century, the advent of social scientific approaches, including those of Spencer, Hobson and Durkheim, shifted the focus from the qualities required by political liberty to those needed to operate complex social systems, and to bear its psychological pressures.