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The Cambridge economic history of Europe from the decline of the Roman empire edited by J. H. Clapham and Eileen Power.

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    • Individual vols. of this title also cataloged separately.
    • Library has: v.3-8
    1. HC240 .C3 in-library use only
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    • Library has: v.1-v.7:pt.2
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Language:
English.
Beginning date:
1941
Ending date:
1989
Imprint:
Cambridge [Cambridgeshire] : The University Press, 1941-c1989.
Format:
  • Book
  • 8 v. : plates, fold. maps, plans ; 24 cm.
Note:
Vols. 2-8 have title: The Cambridge economic history of Europe. Vols. 2-4, 6, general editors: M. Postan and H. J. Habakkuk. Vol. 5, 7 general editors: M. Postan, D. C. Coleman and Peter Mathias.
Bibliography:
Includes bibliographies and index.
Contents:
  • List of tables-- List of illustrations-- Part I. The United States: 1. Capital formation in the United States during the nineteenth century Lance E. Davis and Robert E. Gallman-- 2. The United States: evolution of enterprise Alfred D. Chandler, Jr-- Part II. Japan: 3. Capital formation in Japan Kazushi Ohkawa-- 4. Factory labour and the industrial revolution in Japan Koji Taira-- 5. Entrepreneurship, ownership, and management in Japan Kozo Yamamura-- Part III. Russia: 6. Capital formation during the period of early industrialization in Russia, 1890-1913 Arcadius Kahan-- 7. Labour and industrialization in Russia Olga Crisp-- 8. Russian entrepreneurship M. C. Kaser-- Notes-- Bibliographies-- Editors' note-- Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Publisher's Summary:
The seventh volume of The Cambridge Economic History of Europe is the second of a group of three to cover the economic history of the Western world (including the United States and Japan) during and since the Industrial Revolution. The main theme of this volume is the role played in the growth of the industrial economies by capital, labour, and enterprise. Separate chapters study each of these factors for the principal economies.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
Contributor:
Postan, M. M. (Michael Moïssey), 1899-1981.
Habakkuk, H. J.
Coleman, D. C. (Donald Cuthbert), 1920-
Mathias, P. (Peter)
Related Work:
Cambridge economic history of Europe.
Subjects:
ISBN:
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