The European Economy 1914-1990
This new edition of The European Economy 1914-1980 has been up-dated and revised to take account of the decade 1980-90 and, as such, covers some of the most dramatic and profound economic events of the twentieth century. The European Economy 1914-1990 includes two additional chapters, one dealing with the Western European economies, and in particul
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