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The European Macroeconomy: Growth, Integration and Cycles 1500-1913

The European Macroeconomy: Growth, Integration and Cycles 1500-1913 (Hardback)

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Synopsis

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.



The book demonstrates that growth was the natural state for European economies throughout the period although, under the impetus of the industrial revolution, growth rates generally accelerated by the end of the nineteenth century. Similarly, business cycles in the modern sense seem to have been in evidence at the beginning of the period but by the eighteenth century there is no doubt that modern cycles affected these countries, sometimes simultaneously. Inflationary episodes are both distinct and shared in this long period, with the long inflation of the sixteenth century attesting to the integration of European markets. Finally, the authors find abundant quantitative evidence to support the argument that economies linked by international trade in 1500 came close to achieving global integration by 1913.



The European Macroeconomy will be of interest to scholars of economic history, international economics and macroeconomics.

BusinessEconomicsEconomic historyBusinessEconomicsMacroeconomics Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd Publication Date: 26/04/2000 ISBN-13: 9781852786434  Details: Type: Hardback Format: Books
Availability: Currently unavailable. Foyles can order for despatch to customer when the publisher is re-supplied on 26/04/2000.  

Lee A. Craig, Alumni Distinguished Professor, Department of Economics, North Carolina State University, US and Douglas Fisher, Professor of Economics, North Carolina State University, US

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