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Economic growth in Europe since 1945

Author: Nicholas Crafts; Gianni Toniolo
Publisher: Cambridge Cambridge University Press, 2002.
Series: Centre for Economic Policy Research.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : ReimpView all editions and formats
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This compelling volume re-examines the topic of economic growth in Europe after the Second World War. The contributors approach the subject armed not only with new theoretical ideas, but also with the experience of the 1980s on which to draw. The analysis is based on both applied economics and on economic history. Thus, while the volume is greatly informed by insights from growth theory, emphasis is given to the  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Nicholas Crafts; Gianni Toniolo
ISBN: 9780521499644 052149964X
OCLC Number: 1085731643
Description: XXIII, 600 p. ; 23 cm
Series Title: Centre for Economic Policy Research.
Responsibility: edited by Nicholas Crafts and Gianni Toniolo.

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This compelling volume re-examines the topic of economic growth in Europe after the Second World War. The contributors approach the subject armed not only with new theoretical ideas, but also with the experience of the 1980s on which to draw. The analysis is based on both applied economics and on economic history. Thus, while the volume is greatly informed by insights from growth theory, emphasis is given to the presentation of chronological and institutional detail. The case study approach and the adoption of a longer-run perspective than is normal for economists allow new insights to be obtained. As well as including chapters that consider the experience of individual European countries, the book explores general European institutional arrangements and historical circumstances. The result is a genuinely comparative picture of post-war growth, with insights that do not emerge from standard cross-section regressions based on the post-1960 period.
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