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Leading the world economically

Author: Crouzet, François ; Clesse, ArmandPublisher: Dutch University, 2003.Language: EnglishDescription: 414 p. ; 26 cm.ISBN: 9036191815Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and indexContents Note: Includes chapters by Lazonick, William and O'Sullivan, Mary "The Wealth of wealthy nations: business enterprises, social institutions and economic development" p. 39-57
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Includes bibliographical references and index

Includes chapters by Lazonick, William and O'Sullivan, Mary "The Wealth of wealthy nations: business enterprises, social institutions and economic development" p. 39-57

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Leading the World Economically Contents Contributors Preface PART I Factors of Primacy 1. Institutions, Technological Creativity and Economic History 7 11 17 19 Joel Mokyr 2. The Wealth of Wealthy Nations: Business Enterprises, Social Institutions and Economic Development 39 William Lazonick and Mary O'Sullivan 3. The Vitality of Nations: Do We Mean Countries or Systems? 59 Norbert von Kunitzki 4. Power and Profit: Territorial and Trading States as Economic Leaders 67 Paul M. Hohenberg 5. Brooks Adams and Charles P. Kindleberger 79 Carl-Ludwig Holtfrerich PART II Primacy Through History From China to Britain 6. Changing Balances Among Old-World Economies, 1000-1650 93 95 William McNeill 7. Aggression and Opulence 109 François Crouzet 8. Two Aristocratic Regimes and the Long Term Growth of the British Economy, 1688-1914 125 Patrick Karl O'Brien 9. The Industrial Revolution: Fact or Fiction? 169 Rondo Cameron 10. British Vitality at Its Zenith: Explaining the Achievements of 1815-1851 185 Richard and Barbara Rosecrance PART III Perspectives from the Twentieth to the Twenty-First Century 11. Industry and Business in the Twentieth Century 195 197 William Parker 12. Institutions and Economic Growth in Postwar Europe: Evidence and Conjectures 215 Barry Eichengreen and Pablo Vazquez 13. The Japanese Case: If Not Primacy, What? 245 Martin Bronfenbrenner 14. Japanese Postwar Growth and the Revaluation of Values 257 Christopher Coker 15. The United States and the World: The First Half of the Twenty-First Century W. W. Rostow ANNEX Excerpts from the Discussions at the Conference Introductory Remark I. The Concept of World Economic Primacy II. Determinants of World Economic Primacy III. World Economic Primacy 1350-1800 IV. World Economic Primacy in the Nineteenth Century V. World Economic Primacy in the Twentieth Century VI. Prospects for World Economic Primacy Index of the Contributors to the Discussions Conference Participants 281 283 284 300 329 348 370 402 411 413 265

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