2 edition of economic advance of British Co-operation, 1913 to 1934. found in the catalog.
economic advance of British Co-operation, 1913 to 1934.
H J. Twigg
by Co-operative Union
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||110|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Twigg, H.J. Economic advance of British co-operation, to Manchester, Co-operative union Ltd., 3 volumes: 24 cm Includes bibliographical references and indexes v. -- The pattern of work as the eighteenth century began / Ann Kussmaul -- Technological change, / Joel Mokyr -- The industrial revolution / Nick Crafts -- British population change, / Roger Schofield -- Agriculture during the industrial revolution / Robert Allen -- Factories, workshops and Abstract.
In economic advance of British Co-operation last two or three decades much new work has appeared on the period to which has tended to confirm earlier suspicions that, while the British economy was growing fairly rapidly in absolute terms, its relative position vis-à-vis the world economy was deteriorating and that British industrial and commercial performance left much to be :// Buy British Economic Growth The Post-War Period in Historical Perspective (Studies of Economic Growth in Industrialized Countries) by Matthews, R.
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