Economic Change and the National Question in Twentieth-Century Europe

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2.1 Gross value added at factor cost per inhabitant: relative figures, 1955–95page41
2.2 Belgium: regions and provinces, 199042
5.1 Languages by districts87
5.2 Migratory balance, 191091
5.3 Distribution of major branches, 191096
5.4 The Swiss cantons101
5.5 Economic performance, 1950–1980102
5.6 Cantons. Income per capita104
5.7 Economic performance, 1980–1990106
10.1 The growth of Greece since 1832198
11.1 Gross domestic product, 1920–1995 (1913=100)243
16.1 Yugoslavia's nationalities 1991312
16.2 Divergences of per capita social product across Yugoslav federal units, 1953–1990321
16.3 σ-divergences of social product per capita across Yugoslav federal units322
17.1 The Polish Republic, 1931344
18.1 The Baltic nations358
19.1 The volume indices of GDP, imports and exports of goods, 1890–1938384
19.2 The distribution of exports by country, 1890–1938385
19.3 The distribution of imports by country, 1890–1913386

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