The European Macroeconomy

The European Macroeconomy

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'European economic history currently lacks a good textbook that might appeal to undergraduate students with a background in economics. . . . This book by Lee Craig and Douglas Fisher . . . is thus to be welcomed as filling an important gap in the textbook market. It is to be doubly welcomed, however, for doing an excellent job. . . . Overall, I found this a stimulating book. European economic history badly needs a fresh approach and this is one way of doing it.' - Stephen Broadberry, EH.Net 'Within a macroeconomic framework on growth and cyclical fluctuations, the authors have written a refreshing and stimulating account of the development and integration of the European economy since the start of modern economic growth. They highlight features of continuity and uniformity against the background of economic change. Very readable and instructive and it should provide an ideal text for students keen to learn how Europe came to dominate the world in the centuries before 1914.' - Derek H. Aldcroft, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK This comprehensive and far-reaching book describes the growth and economic integration of the European economy from 1500 to 1913. the authors apply macroeconomic techniques to identify growth rates, inflation, product markets, trade networks and business cycles across a set of countries over the period.... to the invention of new forms of money, new ways to purchase goods and services (such as with credit cards) and the ... Here we see a useful characteristic of the velocity numbers: since velocity is essentially unit-free, direct comparisons anbsp;...

Title:The European Macroeconomy
Author: Lee Allan Craig, Douglas Fisher
Publisher:Edward Elgar Publishing - 2000-01-01

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