First published in 1979, European Demography and Economic Growth presents a collection of essays on the demographic development of individual European economies like Austria, Hungary, Germany, France, Italy, Norway, Portugal etc. It provides a comparative analysis to clarify many crucial issues connected with the growth in European population from mid-eighteenth century. It looks at the suitable criteria for assessing the applicability of general theory to the experience of individual nations. It showcases the over-riding contrast between substantial economic variations on a national and regional level and the existence of common underlying demographic trends.
This book will be useful for scholars and researchers of economic history, political economy, European history, population geography and economics in general.
Table of Contents
Preface Introduction: Population Growth, Economic Development and Social Change in Europe, 1750-1970 Robert Lee 1. Austria-Hungary Heimold Helczmanovszki 2. Denmark Otto Andersen 3. France Etienne van de Walle 4. Germany Robert Lee 5. Italy Lorenzo del Panta 6. The Low Countries Paul Deprez 7. Norway Michael Drake 8. Portugal Nuno Alves Morgado 9. Sweden Gunner Fridlizius Notes on Contributors Index
W. R. Lee