The Economic History of Britain Since 1700, Volume 1

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Roderick Floud, D. N. McCloskey, Donald N. McCloskey
Cambridge University Press, 18 aug. 1994 - 432 pagina's
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An economic history of Britain since 1700, in three volumes by thirty-nine eminent historians and economists, this book will succeed the first edition of "Floud and McCloskey" (published in 1981) as the leading textbook on its subject. The text has a firm economic basis, but emphasizes the historical context and chronology and is written in straightforward and jargon-free English. Volume 1 covers the period 1700-1860, that of Britain's rise to relative economic supremacy. Volume 2 discusses the period 1860-1939, that of the height of British economic power and of painful readjustment after 1914. Volume 3 considers the period since 1939, that of relative economic decline and of increasing involvement with the European Community.
 

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The pattern of work as the eighteenth century began
1
Technological change 17001830
10
NICK CRAFTS
44
British population change 17001871
60
a with an elevenyear moving average of a real wage index
80
Agriculture during the industrial revolution
96
Factories workshops and industrial organisation
123
modal unit 17601850
141
DONALD MCCLOSKEY
242
Technology in the early nineteenth century
271
comparative advantage and performance
300
Coping with city growth
332
Unequal living standards
357
Chronology
387
Bibliography
397
List of British Isles cities towns villages parishes counties
429

The finance of business during the industrial revolution
151
Mercantilism and overseas trade 17001800
182
Central government and the economy 16881815
205

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