The Contemporary Spanish Economy: A Historical Perspective

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Routledge, Nov 5, 2013 - Business & Economics - 400 pages
First Published in 2005. This title studies the 1981 insurrection of the Spanish 'Guardia Civil', motivated by political and economic factors. The politico-economic causes of the February incident have been succinctly summarized and traced the institutional causality which explains the peculiarities of contemporary Spanish development. Within are chapters on Spanish agriculture, policies, the industrial revolution, and the economic crisis.
 

Contents

Introduction
1
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20
Contemporary Spanish Agriculture
26
4
50
Agricultural Policy Since 1939
72
5
88
195470
94
The Long Road to Spains Industrial
120
5
185
The Spanish Industrial Revolution of
199
2
207
The Economic Crisis of the 1970s
265
The Restoration of Free Trade Unions
322
Quo Vadis Hispania?
345
Bibliography
360
Index
366

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3
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