Economically, at least, the start to the nineties has been less than auspicious. Amid growing fears of a slump to match the thirties, for many, the feeling must be one of deja-vu. Yet despite the vicissitudes of the twentieth century, the European economy has proved remarkably resilient, and past history does not suggest that current problems will prove insoluble. As with the earlier edition, The European Economy 1914-1980 , in this new up-dated and revised volume, Professor Aldcroft presents a succinct and lucid summary of this past. He examines the economic development of Europe between 1914 and 1990 and provides a broad survey of the main economic trends and forces which have been at work this century. This text divides into clearly defined periods: from the depression of the twenties and thirties; the upset of two world wars; the post-war boom; through the oil crises and recurrent inflation and unemployment. This new edition has been modified to take account of the decade 1980-90, and as such, covers some of the most dramatic and profound economic events of the twentieth century. The work includes two additional chapters, one dealing with the Wrstern European economies, and in particular, the fight against inflation and unemployment, which have largely dominated the period. The author also considers the impact of growing economic convergence. Chapter 9 assesses the astounding events in Eastern Europe and the initial movements towards the establishment of market economies. Ultimately, The European Economy 1914-1990 presents an invaluable guide to the major economic developments of the twentieth century.From the Publisher:
This new edition of The European Economy 1914-1980 has been up-dated and revised to take account of the decade 1980-90 and, as such, covers some of the most dramatic and profound economic events of the twentieth century. The European Economy 1914-1990 includes two additional chapters, one dealing with the Western European economies, and in particular, the fight against inflation and unempolyment, which dominated the period. Chapter 9 assesses the astounding events in Eastern Europe and the initial movements towards the establishment of market economies.
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Descripción Routledge, 1993. Estado de conservación: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: Introduction 1. The End of the Old Regime 1914-1921 2. Recovery and Instability Problems in the 1920s. 3. Economic Crisis and Recovery 1919-1939 4. War and Reconstruction 1940-1950 5. Western Europe's Sustained Expansion 1950-1970 6. The Socialist Economies of Eastern Europe 1950-1970 7. Western Capitalism in the 1970s 8. Western Europe in the 1980s: the Search for Stability 9. Eastern Europe in Transition 1970-1990 Steven Morewood Bibliography Index. Nº de ref. de la librería ABE_book_new_0415091608
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