The economic development of the United Kingdom since 1870, Volume 2
The economic decline of the United Kingdom has dominated research into modern economic history. This two-volume set is devoted to providing a representative selection of the best contributions on the topic. It demonstrated the great variety of research accomplished by scholars.
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John H Pencavel 1977 The Distributional and Efficiency
Michael Edelstein 1982 The British Capital Market 1870
William P Kennedy 1984 Notes on Economic Efficiency
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