Economic Change and the National Question in Twentieth-Century Europe

Synopsis

There can be no doubt about the enduring significance and the immense historical impact of the national question, yet its economic dimension has been little examined. This volume deals with the national question in the light of economic change in the twentieth-century, and contains twenty studies by a team of distinguished authors on nations and nationalities spanning Europe from Ireland to Russia and from Greece to Estonia. The volume will aid our understanding of the modern national question against the changing economic, social and political background.

Additional information

Includes content by:
  • Alan O'Day
  • Erik Buyst
  • Jörg Roesler
  • Eduard Kubů
  • Bruno Fritzsche
  • Alan O'Day
  • Erik Buyst
  • Jörg Roesler
  • Eduard Kubů
  • Bruno Fritzsche
  • Nuno Valério
  • Gabriel Tortella
  • Stefan Houpt
  • Montserrat Gárate Ojanguren
  • Luigi De Rosa
  • Margarita Dritsas
  • Herbert Matis
  • Jaroslav Pátek
  • Christoph Boyer
  • Roman Holec
  • Ágnes Pogány
  • Neven Borak
  • Jerzy Tomaszewski
  • Anu Mai Köll
  • Riitta Hjerppe
  • Juha-Antti Lamberg
  • Andrei Yu. Yudanov
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • Cambridge, England
Publication year:
  • 2000