Themes in Macroeconomic History
The UK Economy 1919-1939
By (author) Solomos Solomou
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Themes in Macroeconomic History by Solomos Solomou
Book DescriptionThe period between the two World Wars was remarkable; mass unemployment, protectionism, diverse exchange rate regimes, the disintegration of world trade, poor growth prospects and high business cycle volatility. This comprehensive textbook surveys key questions arising from the British economy from 1919 to 1939: Why was unemployment so high? Did a fast transition to the pre-1913 gold parity lead to a low growth equilibrium? Why were interwar business cycles so volatile? Did tariffs stimulate economic recovery in the 1930s? A comparative approach is adopted throughout. For example, the question of gold parity is contrasted with countries that allowed their currencies to depreciate. The book is aimed primarily at students studying economic history. The book continually applies economic theory to historical examples enabling students to evaluate the relevance of competing theoretical frameworks.
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Book DetailsISBN: 9780521430333
(228mm x 152mm x 16mm)
Imprint: Cambridge University Press
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Publish Date: 18-Apr-1996
Country of Publication: United Kingdom
Books By Author Solomos Solomou
Protectionism and Economic Revival, Paperback (August 2008)
This book evaluates the effects of protectionism on the British interwar economy.
Themes in Macroeconomic History, Paperback (April 1996)
Surveys the key macroeconomic questions that arise from the British economy 1919 to 1939.
Phases of Economic Growth, 1850-1973, Paperback (March 1990)» View all books by Solomos Solomou
Presents a clear and systematic examination of the evidence for long-term patterns of economic growth. Using data for Britain, France, Germany, the USA and the world economy between 1850 and 1973 the author refutes the existence of long (Kondratieff) waves in the course of economic development.
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