Introduzione Alla Storia Economica D Italia

Autore: Vera Zamagni
ISBN: 9788815121684
Grandezza: 61,70 MB
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An Economic History Of Europe

Autore: Antonio Di Vittorio
Editore: Routledge
ISBN: 1134251203
Grandezza: 21,22 MB
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An Economic History of Europe provides students with a comprehensive introduction to European economic history from the fifteenth century to the present day. Individual chapters offer brief references to previous historical periods and events, with special attention given to core themes concerning economic development, and an analysis of their change through time and space. Core themes examined in each period include: the increasing prominence of industry international trade demand and supply dynamics agriculture. The unique structure of this text enables students not only to gain a firm grounding in the long-term evolution of the European economy, but also provides an historical overview of the economic development of individual countries. Individual contributors analyze the shift from the modern to the contemporary period and offer a broad explanation of the historical roots of the problems that face today's economic development. This key text is indispensable reading for students in economics, economic history, development economics and history.

The Oxford Handbook Of The Italian Economy Since Unification

Autore: Gianni Toniolo
Editore: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199324158
Grandezza: 32,59 MB
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This Oxford Handbook provides a fresh overall view and interpretation of the modern economic growth of one of the largest European countries, whose economic history is less known internationally than that of other comparably large and successful economies. It will provide, for the first time, a comprehensive, quantitative "new economic history" of Italy. The handbook offers an interpretation of the main successes and failures of the Italian economy at a macro level, the research--conducted by a large international team of scholars --contains entirely new quantitative results and interpretations, spanning the entire 150-year period since the unification of Italy, on a large number of issues. By providing a comprehensive view of the successes and failures of Italian firms, workers, and policy makers in responding to the challenges of the international business cycle, the book crucially shapes relevant questions on the reasons for the current unsatisfactory response of the Italian economy to the ongoing "second globalization." Most chapters of the handbook are co-authored by both an Italian and a foreign scholar.

Humanism And Religion In The History Of Economic Thought Selected Papers From The 10th Aispe Conference

Autore: AA. VV.
Editore: FrancoAngeli
ISBN: 8856826348
Grandezza: 75,27 MB
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Elementi Di Storia Economica Ungherese Dal Congresso Di Vienna Alla Caduta Del Muro

Autore: Katalin Botos
Editore: Edizioni Pendragon
ISBN: 9788883426131
Grandezza: 17,98 MB
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La Storia Economica Come Impegno Saggi In Onore Di Angelo Moioli

Autore: AA. VV.
Editore: FrancoAngeli
ISBN: 8891723401
Grandezza: 48,47 MB
Formato: PDF
Vista: 1913
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Venti saggi di storia economica che amici e colleghi di Angelo Moioli gli hanno voluto dedicare per celebrare la sua lunga e impegnata carriera accademica, improntata sempre a una seria ricerca scientifica e a un’appassionata attività istituzionale.

Alessandro Torlonia

Autore: Daniela Felisini
Editore: Springer
ISBN: 3319419986
Grandezza: 65,61 MB
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This book provides a vivid biography of a towering Italian banker, pioneer and entrepreneur. It weaves the entrepreneurial ventures of Alessandro Torlonia (1800-1886) through the narratives of business and politics in the Nineteenth century, the growth of European financial markets and the decline of Papal power during the Italian Risorgimento. The discussion is founded in rigorous historical research using original sources such as the Archivum Secretum Vaticanum papers and other official documents; the archives of the Torlonia family, and of the Rothschild bank in Paris; memoirs; correspondences, and newspapers. Through this book readers learn that Alessandro Torlonia was a man of many faces, who was one of the most complex and influential characters of Italian economic life in the nineteenth century. Felisini also provides an expert critique of the financial history of the papacy: an area of heightened interest given the notoriety of relations between the Holy See and its bankers in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. Focal topics such as the history of European elites and the history of European financial markets will have an interdisciplinary appeal for scholars and researchers.

Escaping Poverty

Autore: Peer Vries
Editore: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht
ISBN: 384700168X
Grandezza: 52,59 MB
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One of the biggest debates in economic history deals with the Great Divergence. How can we explain that at a certain moment in time (the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries) a certain part of the world (the West) escaped from general poverty and became much richer than it had ever been before and than the rest of the world? Many prominent scholars discussed this question and came up with many different answers. This book provides a systematic analysis of the most important of those answers by means of an analysis of possible explanations in terms of natural resources, labour, capital, the division of labour and market exchange, accumulation and innovation, and as potential underlying determining factors institutions and culture. The author juxtaposes the views of economists / social scientists and of global historians and systematically compares Great Britain and China to illustrate his position. He qualifies the importance of natural resources, accumulation and the extension of markets, points at the importance of factor prices and changes in consumption and emphasizes the role of innovation, institutions – in particular an active developmental state – and culture.

Storia Economica E Sociale Del Medioevo

Autore: Henri Pirenne
Editore: Newton Compton Editori
ISBN: 8854138835
Grandezza: 56,13 MB
Formato: PDF
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Introduzione di Ludovico GattoTraduzione di Maurizio GrassoEdizione integraleAccolta con grande entusiasmo alla sua pubblicazione, recensita da studiosi come Marc Bloch e Lucien Febvre, la Storia economica e sociale del Medioevo è una delle opere più significative di Pirenne e un modello fondamentale per tutta la successiva storiografia dell’“età di mezzo”. Il punto d’avvio della sua ricerca è da rintracciare nell’individuazione della rottura dell’equilibrio economico dell’antichità con l’incontro-scontro tra arabi e occidentali: tale evento dette luogo a un nuovo rapporto di forze che modificò la storia sociale, economica e politica di tutto il mondo allora conosciuto.Henri Pirennenacque a Vervies, in Belgio, nel 1862. A soli ventiquattro anni fu chiamato a ricoprire la cattedra di Storia medievale all’Università di Gand. Quando, durante la prima guerra mondiale, il Belgio venne occupato dai tedeschi, fu tra i più fermi sostenitori della necessità di ribellarsi all’invasione. Arrestato nel 1916, rimase prigioniero in Germania fino alla fine della guerra. Morì nel 1935. Di Henri Pirenne la Newton Compton ha pubblicato Storia d’Europa dalle invasioni al XVI secolo, Le città del Medioevo, Storia economica e sociale del Medioevo, Maometto e Carlomagno.