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THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF BELGIUM SINCE 1870

Edited by Herman Van der Wee, Formerly Professor Emeritus, Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium and Jan Blomme, Senior Researcher to the General Management of the Antwerp Port and Adjunct Professor, Antwerp University, Belgium
This comprehensive volume comprises articles on the main aspects of Belgian social-economic history. Various topics are discussed within the volume to give a global picture of the Belgian economy since 1870: the Belgian economy in the long run, demography, macroeconomic studies with respect to the different economic sectors, technological innovation, public policy and standards of living.
Extent: 544 pp
Hardback Price: $285.00 Web: $256.50
Publication Date: 1997
ISBN: 978 1 85278 697 7
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  • Economics and Finance
  • Economic History
This comprehensive volume comprises articles on the main aspects of Belgian social-economic history. Various topics are discussed within the volume to give a global picture of the Belgian economy since 1870: the Belgian economy in the long run, demography, macroeconomic studies with respect to the different economic sectors, technological innovation, public policy and standards of living.

The Economic Development of Belgium since 1870 will be of particular interest to students and researchers of social and economic history, demography, economics and sociology.
27 articles, dating from 1937 to 1993
Contributors: I. Cassiers, J. Drèze, J. Gadisseur, J. Pirard, R. Triffin, P. Scholliers, J.M. Wauthelet
Contents: Introduction Part I: General Part II: The Economic Sectors Part III: Economic Policies Part IV: Social Aspects Index