Richard Sylla, Gianni Toniolo. Interest in the historical development of the European economy has been heightened by the collapse of the Iron Curtain and the approach of 1992 in the European Community.
Richard Sylla, Gianni Toniolo. Is the economic history of Europe that of an integrated economy or of many separate economies? This volume illustrates the changes in our understanding of Europe's 19th century economic development that have taken place in the last quarter of a century.
The nineteenth century. Fondazione Adriano Olivetti.
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The book is divided into two parts. In Part I, Knick Harley, Richard Sylla, Paul Gregory, William Parker, and Don McCloskey reinterpret general aspects of European economic history.
Routledge, London and New York, 1992. xii + 276 pp. Figures. The book is divided into two parts.
Patterns of European. Book by Richard Sylla, Gianni Toniolo; Routledge, 1992.
xii + 276 pp. Figures, tables, contributors, and index. Recommend this journal.
By Richard Sylla, Gianni Toniolo. By Richard Sylla, Gianni Toniolo. His grand synthesis has been challenged by many later writers, but none has emerged to replace it thus far. ByRichard Sylla, Gianni Toniolo. Substitution for prerequisites: endogenous institutions and comparative economic history.