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The First World War and the International Economy

The First World War and the International Economy (Hardback)

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This book provides a fresh assessment of the impact of the First World War on the international economy. Leading academics offer new perspectives on the effects of the War on the long-term growth rates of the belligerent countries and examine its impact on individual sectors within these economies.



Major issues considered include:

* a discussion of trade barriers as a scapegoat for the sluggish state of world trade in the 1920s

* a reassessment of the links between the First World War, German banking instability and the catastrophe in July 1931

* the impact of the War on American manufacturing industry which continued to expand rapidly, boosting big business and redistributing some manufacturing to the south of the country

* the social and economic consequences of the war for the British and Indian cotton industries

* the impact of the war on the Japanese economy and society

* the effects of the war on organized labour and the female labour force.

BusinessEconomicsEconomic historyBusinessEconomicsInternational economicsHistory & PoliticsHistory General & TheoryGeneral & world historyHistory & PoliticsMilitary HistoryFirst World WarHistory & PoliticsRegional & national historyEuropean history Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd Publication Date: 27/09/2000 ISBN-13: 9781858986753  Details: Type: Hardback Format: Books
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Edited by Chris Wrigley, Professor of Modern British History, University of Nottingham, UK

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