2 edition of economic development of France and Germany, 1815-1914 found in the catalog.
economic development of France and Germany, 1815-1914
Clapham, J. H. Sir
|Statement||by J. H. Clapham.|
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|Pagination||ix, , 420 p.|
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This is a survey of the economic history of France and Germany in the century between the Napoleonic Wars and World War I: a crucial period for the development of Europe.
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Clapham. Fourth Edition; At The University Press. Cambridge. This book is hard-bound in green cloth, with silver-stamping to the spine, in a dust jacket with light toning and edge-wear. The covers show a touch of light rubbing to the corners and Rating: % positive.
Click to read more about The Economic Development of France and Germany by J. Clapham. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for bookloversAuthor: J. Clapham. Germany in 2.
Towards Economic Unification 3. The Social Impact of Economic Development 4. The s: Growth and Crisis 5. Economics and Unification 6. From Boom to Depression 7. The Impact of the Great Depression 8. Imperialism 9. Rye and Iron World Politics and Mitteleuropa The Economic Founds of pre-War.
Shelves: history, britain, colonialism, eastern-europe, france, germany, military, naval, politics, russia "Europe, " is a college level textbook and is very well written.
Unlike some other non-committal dry texts the author is not afraid to render his opinions on major events and personalities and backs up his conclusions with facts/5. Further reading.
John H. Clapham (). The Economic Development of France and Germany, p. Read the full-text online edition of The Political Economy of Germany, (). Apart from my own shortcomings there is the lack of much basic empirical research on some of the key issues of the economic development of Germany in this period, an obsession by many historians with economic theories which border on the theological.
Germany from Napoleon to Bismarck (), very dense coverage of every aspect of German society, economy and government; Pflanze, Otto. Bismarck and the Development of Germany, Vol. 1: The Period of Unification, () Ramm, Agatha. Germany, – () Sagarra, Eda ().
A Social History of Germany: –Capital: Frankfurt. In this lively and stimulating study, Roger Magraw examines how the 19th-century French bourgeoisie struggled and eventually succeeded in consolidating the gains it made in The book describes the attempts of the bourgeoisie to remold France in its own image and its strategy for overcoming the resistance from the old aristocratic and clerical elites and the popular classes.
mentioned first. Inhe published a classic, The economic development of France and Germany,which launched the 'stagnationist' thesis.6 The leading idea is simple: 'France never went through an industrial revolution. There was a gradual transformation', but it was slow and incomplete.
'In the first half of the century the. In Germany was an agricultural society. The population of the German states, excluding that part of Austria which belonged to the German Confederation, amounted to approximately 23 million, of whom million lived in Prussia.
Of this total population three-quarters lived in rural areas. 15 The economic development of France and Germany – (Cambridge,4th edn, ); Concise economic history of Britain to (Cambridge, ). 16 Oxford, 17 Cambridge, Cited by: 3. The eighth and final volume of The Cambridge Economic History of Europe is the third of a group of three that cover the economic history of the western world during and since the Industrial Revolution.
The main theme of this volume is the role played in the growth of industrial economies by the. Economic Development of Japan. Princeton University Press, The economic history of Japan, as of all nations, thus reveals a complex interaction of physical resources, human aptitudes and The Economic Development of France and Germany, J Cambridge, England,by: Book description: From their origins, railways produced an intense competition between the two major continental systems in France and Germany.
Fitting a new technology into existing political institutions and social habits, these two nations became inexorably involved in Author: Allan Mitchell†.Read "The Economic Development of Continental Europe " by Alan Milward available from Rakuten Kobo.
Upon its initial publication in this was the first textbook to present a unified view and comprehensive treatment o Brand: Taylor And Francis.