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European economic history

E. Damsgaard Hansen

European economic history

from Mercantilism to Maastricht and beyond

by E. Damsgaard Hansen

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Published by Copenhagen Business School Press in Copenhagen .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementE. Damsgaard Hansen.
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LC ClassificationsHC
The Physical Object
Pagination528 p. :
Number of Pages528
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22512166M
ISBN 108763000172

Mar 18,  · A source book of mediæval history: documents illustrative of European life and institutions from the German invasion to the renaissance by Ogg, Frederic Austin, Pages: May 12,  · David Fielding, Shef Rogers, Monopoly power in the eighteenth-century British book trade, European Review of Economic History, Volume 21, Issue 4, November , Pages –, the history of the eighteenth-century book trade is divided into three periods: before the mids (monopoly over the canon in both England and Scotland), from Cited by: 1.

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The brevity may be due to the authors’ desire for the book to serve as a textbook for global economic history courses (as stated on the back cover), but the brevity comes at the cost of giving too little attention to European developments. This book will be of interest to those in the fields of economic history, European history and economic geography. About the Author Declan Curran is Lecturer in Development Economics and Industrial Economics at Dublin City University Business School, Ireland.


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