An Economic History of Modern France

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An Economic History of Modern France
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  • Title Page *
  • Acknowledgments *
  • Contents *
  • Part One - The Nineteenth Century (1815-1914) 1
  • Chapter One - Economic Growth in France in the Nineteenth Century: Problems of Method and Results 7
  • Bibliography 33
  • Chapter Two - Institutional and Technical Development 35
  • Bibliography 47
  • Chapter Three - Financial Development 49
  • Bibliography 62
  • Chapter Four - The Formation of Capital 64
  • Bibliography 85
  • Chapter Five - The Development of Trade 87
  • Bibliography 115
  • Chapter Six - Agriculture 117
  • Bibliography 132
  • Chapter Seven - Industrialization 135
  • Bibliography 160
  • Chapter Eight - The Structures of French Industrial Capitalism 163
  • Bibliography 171
  • Part Two - The Twentieth Century 173
  • Chapter Nine - Growth in France in the Twentieth Century 177
  • Bibliography 202
  • Chapter Ten - Structures and Growth 205
  • Bibliography 219
  • Chapter Eleven - Analysis of Some Sectors 220
  • Bibliography 241
  • Chapter Twelve - Stages of Growth and Economic Policies from 1914 to 1950 242
  • Bibliography 276
  • Chapter Thirteen - Business Structures 278
  • Bibliography 307
  • Chapter Fourteen - State Policy and Business Management, 1950-1973 309
  • Bibliography 362
  • Conclusion 364
  • Bibliography 369
  • Index 371
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