The Cambridge Economic History of Modern Britain: Volume 1, by Roderick Floud,Paul Johnson

By Roderick Floud,Paul Johnson

The Cambridge monetary background of recent Britain presents a readable and entire survey of the commercial background of england in view that industrialisation, in line with the main up to date learn into the topic. Roderick Floud and Paul Johnson have assembled a staff of 50 best students from world wide to provide a suite of volumes that are either a lucid textbook for college kids and an authoritative advisor to the topic. The textual content can pay specific consciousness to the reason of quantitative and theory-based enquiry, yet all sorts of historic examine are used to supply a complete account of the advance of the British economic system. quantity I covers the interval 1700–1860 while Britain led the area within the strategy of industrialisation. will probably be a useful consultant for undergraduate and postgraduate scholars in heritage, economics and different social sciences.

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