The new opportunities for economic development in Eastern Europe and the approach of 1992 have heightened interest in the development of the European economy. This volume, which includes contributions from some of the world's leading economic historians, presents and discusses the latest research findings on the industrialization and modernization of the European economy during the nineteenth century.
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C. Knick Harley, University of Western Ontario; Paul R. Gregory, University of Houston; William N. Parker, Yale University; N.F.R. Crafts, University of Warwick; S.J. Leybourne, University of Leeds; T.C. Mills, City University Business School; Maurice Levy-Leboyer and Michel Lescure, University of Paris, Nanterre; Richard Tilly, Universitat Munster; Giovanni Federico, Universita di Pisa; David Good, University of Minnesota; Olga Crisp, University of London; Donald McCloskey, University of Iowa