The European Economy since 1945 : Coordinated Capitalism and Beyond
By: Eichengreen, Barry.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.The Princeton Economic History of the Western World: Publisher: Princeton : Princeton University Press, 2008Description: 1 online resource (518 p.).ISBN: 9781400829545.Subject(s): Europe -- Economic conditions -- 1945- | Europe -- Social conditions -- 20th centuryGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: The European Economy since 1945 : Coordinated Capitalism and BeyondDDC classification: 330.94 | 330.94055 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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CONTENTS; LIST OF FIGURES; LIST OF TABLES; PREFACE; LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS; ONE: Introduction; TWO: Mainsprings of Growth; THREE: The Postwar Situation; FOUR: Dawn of the Golden Age; FIVE: Eastern Europe and the Planned Economy; SIX: The Integration of Western Europe; SEVEN: The Apex of the Golden Age; EIGHT: Mounting Payments Problems; NINE: Declining Growth, Rising Rigidities; TEN: The Collapse of Central Planning; ELEVEN: Integration and Adjustment; TWELVE: Europe at the Turn of the Twenty-first Century; THIRTEEN: The Future of the European Model; APPENDIX: Sources of Growth; REFERENCES
In 1945, many Europeans still heated with coal, cooled their food with ice, and lacked indoor plumbing. Today, things could hardly be more different. Over the second half of the twentieth century, the average European's buying power tripled, while working hours fell by a third. The European Economy since 1945 is a broad, accessible, forthright account of the extraordinary development of Europe's economy since the end of World War II. Barry Eichengreen argues that the continent's history has been critical to its economic performance, and that it will continue to be so going forward.</
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