|Author:||N. F. R. Crafts,N. W. C. Woodward|
|Title:||The British Economy Since 1945|
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|Publisher:||Oxford University Press (September 26, 1991)|
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Start by marking The British Economy Since 1945 as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. This book provides comprehensive analysis of the post war economy. I use it in conjunction with my degree course to further my understanding of certain periods of economic history. The development of economic thought is a subject I have a great interest in, and this book is invaluable in that respect. It details the thought pattern of the government at the time and also other notable actors such as the opposition. I would not recommend this book to people without a background in economics, it us This book provides comprehensive analysis of the post war economy
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Since 1945 British governments have played an active role in managing the economy in the interests of securing high employment, economic growth and low inflation with their approach evolving in response to changing economic circumstances, intellectual shifts and past policy failures. This book provides an overview of economic management, particularly financial management, and addresses how it has changed and why it has not always been successful. Nicholas Woodward is Lecturer in History at the University of Wales, Swansea. Библиографические данные. The management of the British economy, 1945-2001 Manchester studies in modern history. Издание: иллюстрированное.
the British economy iv have completed and been assessed on their coursework Teaching Arrangements Teaching and learning takes place by means of lectures, seminars and class presentations by students individually or in groups. 3. Coursework and assessment. Recommended texts: Crafts . The British Economy Since 1945 ( OUP,1991) Griffiths A and Wall S Applied Economics 11th edn ( Prentice Hall (Pearson Education) 2007). Sawyer M (ed) The UK Economy 16th edn (OUP,2005).
The book is organized thematically rather than chronologically, and has separate chapters on all the major macro and microeconomic aspects of recent developments in the British economy. Library descriptions. No library descriptions found.
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R. Crafts, B. F. Duckham and N. Woodward (eds), The British Economy Since 1945 (Oxford, 1991) pp. 236–60. Ken Coutts and Wynne Godley, ‘The British Economy under Mrs Thatcher’, The Political Quarterly, lx, 2 (April June 1989) 137–51. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. 49. Geoffrey Maynard, ‘Britain’s Economic Revival and the Balance of Payments’, The Political Quarterly, ix, 2 (April June 1989) 152–63CrossRefGoogle Scholar.