The Global Impact of the Great Depression, 1929-1939

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BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTES

Abbreviations
NPE=Eatwell, J. et al. (eds) The New Palgrave. A Dictionary of Economics, 4 vols, London: Macmillan 1987.
NPM=Newman, P. et al. (eds) The New Palgrave Dictionary of Money and Finance, 3 vols, London: Macmillan 1992.

1INTRODUCTION: ECONOMICS AND THE DEPRESSION

The depression as a challenge to economic doctrine
Peter Temin, Did monetary forces cause the Great Depression?, New York: Norton 1976; Peter Temin, Lessons from the Great Depression, Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press 1989; Charles P. Kindleberger, The World in Depression, 1929-1939, Berkeley: University of California Press 1986 (2nd edn). For a survey of the attempts at fitting the Great Depression into the pattern of business cycles see S. Pollard, ‘Depressions’, in NPE, Vol. 1, p. 809 ff.; on monetarism see P. Cagan, ‘Monetarism’, in NPM, Vol. 1, p. 719 ff.; for a review of the impact of the depression on various countries see Hermann van der Wee (ed.) The Great Depression Revisited, The Hague: Nijhoff 1972; for monetarist interpretations of the depression see Karl Brunner (ed.) The Great Depression Revisited, Boston/The Hague: Kluwer-Nijhoff 1981.

Keynes and the theory of economic disequilibrium
John Maynard Keynes, The General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money, (The Collected Works of J.M. Keynes, Vol. VII) London: Macmillan 1973; Hyman Minsky, John Maynard Keynes, New York: Columbia University Press 1975; Peter Clarke, The Keynesian Revolution in the Making, 1924-1936, Oxford: Clarendon Press 1988; Roger Middleton, Towards the Managed Economy: Keynes, the Treasury and the fiscal policy debate of the 1930s,

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface ix
  • 1 - Introduction 1
  • 2 - The Tragedy of the International Gold Standard 19
  • 3 - The Dilemma of War Debts and Reparations 32
  • 4 - World Production of Agricultural Produce 38
  • 5 - The Origin of the Depression in America 48
  • 6 - The Transmission of the Crisis to Europe 59
  • 3 - Turkey and Egypt 74
  • 8 - Australia’s Reaction 82
  • 9 - Colonial Crisis Management 87
  • 10 - The New Role of the State in Latin America 98
  • 11 - Contrasts in East Asia 110
  • 12 - Reactions to the Depression in Southeast Asia 120
  • 13 - The Fate of Africa 126
  • 14 - The Political Consequences of the Depression 136
  • 15 - From Depression to War 149
  • 16 - The Aftermath 156
  • Bibliographical Notes 164
  • Index 176
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