The Economic Development of Belgium Since 1870
Herman van der Wee, Jan Blomme
E. Elgar, Jan 1, 1997 - Business & Economics - 526 pages
Focusing on the main aspects of Belgian social-economic history, a range of topics are covered here to give a global picture of the Belgium economy since 1870, including a long-term perspective, demography, macroeconomic studies on the economy, technology, public policies and standards of living.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Valéry Janssens 1980 Historisch overzicht van de Central
Joseph Pirard 1974 La dette du pouvoir central au XIXème
19th century activity AGEFI agricultural annual Antwerp arrondissements banks Banque belge Belgian economy Belgian franc Belgian industry België Belgique Belgische Belgium Brussels budget inquiries calculated capital cent Charleroi coal industry coefficients Common Market companies consumption cost-of-living index costs countries crisis decline demand devaluation distribution economic development economic history economique economische electricity equilibrium evolution expansion expenditure export family income figures firms Flanders foreign German Geschiedenis Ghent growth rate Hainaut heavy industry homogeneous statistics idem important increase industrial revolution industrialists inputs Institute Interbellum investment Keynesian Liège Louvain marital fertility mechanization metal million francs mines monetary output period population production factors profit purchasing power purchasing power parity quantities real wages region represented rise Scholliers sector skilled social sources statistics structure Table textile trade traditional trend volume wage differentials wage labour Wallonia Walloon West Flanders workers World