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The strictures of inheritance : the Dutch economy in the nineteenth century

Author: J L van Zanden; Arthur van Riel; Ian Cressie
Publisher: Princeton, New Jersey : Princeton University Press, [2004] ©2004
Series: Princeton economic history of the Western world.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Presents the history of the Dutch economy in the nineteenth century. This book shows how institutional factors combined to make the Dutch economy a victim of its own success and traces its subsequent  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: J L van Zanden; Arthur van Riel; Ian Cressie
ISBN: 0691114382 9780691114385
OCLC Number: 892464587
Notes: Título original: Nederland 1780-1914 : staat, institutes en economische ontwikkeling.
Description: xvi, 384 páginas : ilustraciones, gráficas ; 25 cm
Series Title: Princeton economic history of the Western world.
Other Titles: Nederland 1780-1914.
Responsibility: Jan Luiten van Zanden and Arthur van Riel ; translated by Ian Cressie.

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"A scientific masterpiece... The political dimension of the book renders its economic material more juicy and appealing to a wider audience."--P.A.G. Van Bergeijk, NRC Handelsblad "This is a major Read more...

 
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