During the 1930s and 1940s, and again in the 1970s and 1980s, most European nations, indeed most industrial nations, undertook major changes in macroeconomic policy orientation and financial regulation. The contributors to this volume, historians, political scientists, and economists, identify the forces which drove these major policy shifts, and explore their implications for other areas of economic and social policy. Douglas J. Forsyth is teaching at Bowling Green State University. Ton Notermans is senior researcher for the Advanced Research on the Europeanization of the Nation-State (ARENA) Program of the Norwegian Research Council.The collapse of the Bank of the United States in 1 930, 3 just as the stock market appeared to be recovering, produced ... Yet the worst of the U.S. bank crisis, in the form of a string of state bank holidays, was yet to come and convinced theanbsp;...
|Author||:||Douglas J. Forsyth, Ton Notermans|
|Publisher||:||Berghahn Books - 1997|