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Europe and the world economy

責任表示 William N. Parker
シリーズ Studies in economic history and policy : the United States in the twentieth century ; . Europe, America, and the wider world : essays on the economic history of Western capitalism ; v. 1
データ種別 図書
出版者 Cambridge [Cambridgeshire] ; New York : Cambridge University Press
出版年 1984
本文言語 英語
大きさ xiv, 270 p. ; 24 cm
概要 Taken together, the essays in this volume offer a particular, yet comprehensive, view of the economic history of Western Europe since the Renaissance. The focus is wide and the level of treatment deep... Between 1550 and 1940, Professor Parker contends, the development of European capitalism was, in a sense, all of a piece. He separates the development into three periods and processes - 'Malthusian', 'Smithian', and 'Schumpeterian'. Each period was governed by a characteristic dynamic that produced productivity growth, in the presence of other favourable elements, and influenced also the evolution of the forms of industrial and economic life. A certain internal logic is claimed for this progression, which in the nineteenth century extended this system and technology efficiently over much of the globe. In the concluding essay, Professor Parker examines the break-up of the capitalist synthesis and speculates on its transmutation into other forms. Essays and reviews previously available in widely scattered sources are brought together here for the first time and arranged and amplified to develop the central theses.
Taken together, the essays in this volume offer a particular, yet comprehensive, view of the economic history of Western Europe since the Renaissance. The focus is wide and the level of treatment deep. Between 1550 and 1940, Professor Parker contends, the development of European capitalism was, in a sense, all of a piece. He separates the development into three periods and processes - 'Malthusian', 'Smithian', and 'Schumpeterian'. Each period was governed by a characteristic dynamic that produced productivity growth, in the presence of other favourable elements, and influenced also the evolution of the forms of industrial and economic life. A certain internal logic is claimed for this progression, which in the nineteenth century extended this system and technology efficiently over much of the globe. In the concluding essay, Professor Parker examines the break-up of the capitalist synthesis and speculates on its transmutation into other forms. Essays and reviews previously available in widely scattered sources are brought together here for the first time and arranged and amplified to develop the central theses.
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目次 v. 1. Europe and the world economy
v. 2. America and the wider world.

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中央図 3B 068172193032656 332/P 24/1/1 1984
: pbk 中央図 3B 068172185002451 332.3/P 24/1 1984
: pbk 中央図 4C_1‐135 [法] 015212007501062 Z 40/P/26 1984

書誌詳細

一般注記 Includes index
著者標目 *Parker, William Nelson
件 名 LCSH:Economic history -- Collected works  全ての件名で検索
LCSH:Capitalism -- Collected works  全ての件名で検索
分 類 LCC:HC51
DC19:330.9181/2
書誌ID 1000496176
ISBN 0521254671
NCID BA03572922
巻冊次 ISBN:0521254671
: pbk ; ISBN:052127480X
登録日 2009.09.14
更新日 2009.09.17

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