THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF IRELAND SINCE 1870 (inbunden)
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Engelska
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764
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1994-01-01
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Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd
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9781852786717
THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF IRELAND SINCE 1870 (inbunden)

THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF IRELAND SINCE 1870

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In The Economic Development of Ireland since 1870 Cormac O'Grada presents a carefully chosen set of articles and papers which assess the economic history of Ireland from the after effects of the Great Famine to protectionism in the 1930s and Ireland's membership of the European Monetary System in the 1980s. The set includes a comprehensive introduction specially written by the editor which surveys the literature and indicates key themes and trends.
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Edited by Cormac O' Grada, Associate Professor, Department of Economics, University College Dublin, Ireland

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Volume 1: Part 1 1870-1921: "Did the Great Famine Matter?", Kevin O'Rourke; "New Evidence on the Fertility Transition in Ireland 1880-1911", Cormac O'Grada; "Irish Emigration in the Late 19th Century", David Fitzpatrick; "A New Look at the Irish Land Question", Barbara Lewis Solow; "Statistical Notes on the Economic History of Irish Agriculture 1847-1913", Hans Staehle; "Regional Specialization, Railway Development, and Irish Agriculture in the 19th Century", Liam Kennedy; "'The Best of All Home Rulers' - The Economic Power of Women in Ireland, 1880-1914", Joanna Bourke; "The Decline of Irish Industry in the 19th Century", Eoin O'Malley; "In and Out of Ireland - The Distillers Company Ltd. and the Irish Whiskey Trade 1900-39", R.B. Weir; "The Establishing of the Irish Pound - A Backward Glance", John L. Pratschke. Part 2 1921-1956: "Griffith on his Noble Head - The Determinants of Cumann na nGaedheal Economic Policy, 1922-32", T.K. Daniel; "Patrick Hogan - Minister of Agriculture 1922-1932", George O'Brien; "National Self-Sufficiency", John Maynard Keynes; "An Irish-Ireland for Business? - The Control of Manufactures Acts, 1932 and 1934", Mary E. Daly; "Price Ratios in Recent Irish Agricultural Experience", Joseph Johnston; "Mr Whitaker and Industry", Garret Fitzgerald; "Protection, Economic War and Structural Change - The 1930s in Ireland", J. Peter Neary and C.O. Grada; "Burn Everything English but Their Coal - The Anglo-Irish Economic War of the 1930s", Kevin O'Rourke; "The Irish Economy During the War", James F. Meenan; "Economists and Governments - Ireland 1922-52", Ronan Fanning; "The Northern Ireland Economy 1914-39", D.S. Johnson; "Measurement of Tariff Levels for Ireland, for 1931, 1936, 1938", W.J.L. Ryan; "Emigration, Immigration and Internal Migration", Commission on emigration and other population problems 1948-1954; "Protectionism and the Irish Footwear Industry, 1932-39", J.P. Press; "An Analysis of the Relative Size of the Government Sector - Ireland 1926-52", John W. O'Hagan. Volume 2: Part 3 1956 to the present: "Irish Economic Development Since the Treaty", R.C. Geary; "From Protection to Free Trade - The Irish Experience", T.K. Whitaker; "The Failure of Economic Nationalism", P. Neary; "Ulster's Economic Structure", K.S. Isles and N. Cuthbert; "European Integration and the Irish economy", D. McAleese; "The Problem of Late Industrialisation and the Experience of the Republic of Ireland", Eoin O'Malley; "Society and Culture", Joseph Lee; "Money in an Economy Without Banks - The Case of Ireland", Antoin E. Murphy; "The Legacy of Economic Development - The Irish Economy 1960-1987", John Bradley; "Ireland's Membership of the European Monetary System - Expectations, Out-Turn and Prospects", Brendan M Walsh; "Do Tariffs Matter? Industrial Specialization and Trade in a Small Economy", Dermot McAleese; "An Analysis of the Growth of the Public Sector in Ireland, 1953-77", John W. O'Hagan. (Part contents).