2 edition of industrial and commercial history of England found in the catalog.
industrial and commercial history of England
James E Thorold Rogers
by Fischers Unwin
Written in English
Lectures delivered to University of Oxford.
|Statement||ed. by A. G. L. Rogers.|
|Contributions||Rogers, Arthur G L.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||473|
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Thorold; 4 editions; First published in ; Subjects: History, Industries, Commerce, Economic conditions, Accessible book, Communities; Places: Great Britain. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Rogers, James E. Thorold (James Edwin Thorold), Industrial and commercial history of England.
His magisterial History of England soon established itselt as the standard work on its subject. History of England from the Accession of James II, concentrates on the events surrounding the Glorious Revolution ofchronicling the long struggle between "court" and "country", between the forces of royal and governmental prerogative and those who sought for the people of England a right to govern Cited by: Get this from a library.
The industrial and commercial history of England (Lectures to the University of Oxford). [James E Thorold Rogers; Arthur George Liddon Rogers]. Strictly speaking, industrial history is of no more than coördinate importance with agrarian history and commercial history, though the problems of these phases of economic history axe relatively more difficult and ill-suited to the capacities of an elementary class.
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In its modest way, The Economy of Europe in an Age of Crisis has made a signal contribution to the way we think about pre-industrial economic development. One might argue that the dynamics the book expounds are based on the atypical experience of a few rapidly growing regions; but this is the nature of dynamic economies of scale.England had expanded her import and export markets through capitalism and had concentrated within herself enormous quantities of wealth.
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