4 edition of British economic history found in the catalog.
British economic history
D. C. Perkins
|Statement||by D.C. Perkins.|
|Series||Rapid revision notes|
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|Number of Pages||172|
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This was the drain of wealth theory. A prominent theme in nationalist economic thinking was this was one of the most important causes of. In my post on French economic history last week, I claimed that Robert Allen’s paper in Explorations in Economic History was one of the ten most important papers of the last twenty-five years.
In reaction, economic historian Benjamin Guilbert asked me “what are the other nine”?. As I started thinking about the best articles, I realized that such a list is highly subjective to my. 83 Anna Schwartz’s Perspective on British Economic History all the principal ideas and most of the data on the trade cycle had been set out.2 Juglar () had provided the basic information and statistical analysis of time series, estimating periodicity and identifying turning points.
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