Upon its initial publication in 1973 this was the first textbook to present a unified view and comprehensive treatment of the economic development of Europe from a continental rather than a British perspective. At the same time, it is more than mere textbook: it is an interpretive analysis of a wide range of research on the subject in many countries which explores the objective validity of earlier theories and provides an ideal starting point for further research into economic development and European history. The work deals mainly with Western Europe, but in principally studying both France and Germany up to 1870 the authors by no means neglect the smaller countries. Indeed, the work is unusual in dealing fully with the Scandinavian countries and others, such as Switzerland and Belgium. This is a reissue of the fully revised and corrected second edition of the work, first published in 1979.T. KEMP, Economic Forces in French History (London, 1971) is a long essay on the political economy of the period which ... On more specialised topics A. L. DUNHAM, The Anglo-French Treaty of Commerce of 1860 and the Progress of theanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Economic Development of Continental Europe 1780-1870|
|Author||:||Alan Milward, S. B. Saul|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2013-05-13|