The British Economy since 1945 : Engaging with the Debate Hardback
Part of the British History in Perspective series
In order to reach a balanced assessment of the evidence, historians must engage with all of the debate.
The British Economy since 1945 introduces the reader to economic and quantitative analysis, tools vital for a deeper understanding of the subject.
In this new, introductory and up-to-date text on British economic policy and performance from 1945 to the present day, Roger Middleton makes a balanced assessment of the questions that dominate both the historical and the contemporary political debate. He dispels many of the myths and misunderstandings about Britain's 'decline' and exposes the weaknesses in the arguments of those who seek scapegoats for the causes of economic underperformance.
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- Pages:198 pages, XIX, 198 p.
- Publisher:Macmillan Education UK
- Publication Date:21/02/2000
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