Themes in macroeconomic history: The UK economy, 1919-1939 by Solomos Solomou
By Solomos Solomou
Characterised by means of mass unemployment, protectionism, various trade price regimes, the disintegration of the realm alternate, and terrible long term development clients, the interwar interval used to be, through any criteria, a notable one. This textbook offers a survey of the foremost macroeconomic questions that arose from the adventure of the British economic system from 1919 to 1939. A comparative process is followed all through, putting the united kingdom event within the context of the area economic climate. The publication continuously applies fiscal idea to historic examples.
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