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by A. W. Coats,Ross M. Robertson
- ISBN: 0713154349
- Category: Money & Business
- Author: A. W. Coats,Ross M. Robertson
- Subcategory: Economics
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- Language: English
- Publisher: Edward Arnold; Illustrated edition edition (September 1, 1969)
- Pages: 320 pages
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economic history texts on the market, this classic ties Americas past to the economic policies and debates of today and beyond. Presenting economic events chronologically for easy understanding, the authors equip readers with a firm foundation in the evolution of American economic history.
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Journal of American Studies English Français. Journal of American Studies. A. W. Coats & R. M. Robertson (e. Essays in American Economic History (London: Arnold, 1969, 75. Pp. x, 307. Dudley Baines (a1).
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Part I contains a roundtable discussion concerning the American-ness of American economics. Concern with practical matters, an eagerness to modify or scrap existing ideas in response to new conditions, and the high degree of specialization and in American academic life are all factors mentioned in a variety of ways in Coats’s outline.
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In these two essays Fogel demonstrates a command of what had heretofore been the best of traditional economic history, but in neither chapter are there any major methodological breakthroughs – merely a carefully constructed.
In these two essays Fogel demonstrates a command of what had heretofore been the best of traditional economic history, but in neither chapter are there any major methodological breakthroughs – merely a carefully constructed series of new estimates and the demonstration of an ability to bring those estimates to bear on important issues.