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THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF SPAIN SINCE 1870

The Economic Development of Modern Europe Since 1870 series
Edited by Pablo Martín-Aceña, Professor of Economics, Universidad de Alcalá, Madrid and James Simpson, Lecturer in Economic History, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain
This important book offers an overview of Spanish economic development in the last hundred years. It supplies the reader with a variety of papers which deal both with the central issue of Spanish economic history, namely the relative backwardness of the economy, and with specific topics, including demography, human capital formation agriculture, industry, economic policy and finance. The editors have written a new introduction to accompany the volume.
Extent: 584 pp
Hardback Price: £201.00 Online: £180.90
Publication Date: 1995
ISBN: 978 1 85278 793 6
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  • Economics and Finance
  • Economic Psychology
  • History of Economic Thought
This important book offers an overview of Spanish economic development in the last hundred years. It supplies the reader with a variety of papers which deal both with the central issue of Spanish economic history, namely the relative backwardness of the economy, and with specific topics, including demography, human capital formation agriculture, industry, economic policy and finance. The editors have written a new introduction to accompany the volume.
21 articles, dating from 1971 to 1994
Contributors include: J.B. Donges, J. Harrison, M. Livi-Bacci, C. Sudrià, G. Tortella