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Politics and economics in the history of the European Union /
Alan S. Milward.
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London ; New York, NY : Routledge, c2005.
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ix, 127 p.
ISBN
0415329418 (hb)
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imprint
London ; New York, NY : Routledge, c2005.
isbn
0415329418 (hb)
catalogue key
5390576
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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The Graz-Schumpeter annual lectures have grown in reputation over the years with impressive figures from academia such as Ian Steedman, J. Stanley Metcalfe and Duncan K. Foley contributing their own impressive series of lectures. The books produced as a result of these lectures are no less impressive and this latest volume from Alan Milward is an intriguing read.
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The Graz Schumpeter lectures are given on an annual basis by leading scholars that transcend a single disciplinary discourse. This title in the series is based on the lectures given by Alan Milward.
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The Graz-Schumpeter annual lectures have grown in reputation over the years with impressive figures from academia such as Ian Steedman, J. Stanley Metcalfe and Duncan K. Foley contributing their own impressive series of lectures. The books produced as a result of these lectures are no less impressive and this latest volume from Alan Milward is a typically authoritative read.
Main Description
The Graz-Schumpeter annual lectures have grown in reputation over the years with impressive figures from academia such as Ian Steedman, J. Stanley Metcalfe and Duncan K. Foley contributing their own impressive series of lectures. The books produced as a result of these lectures are no less impressive and this latest volume from Alan Milward promises to be an intriguing read.
Table of Contents
Economics and Politics in the Decision to Join the European Union
Denmark, Ireland and the Political Economy of Industrialization
Europe's Africa
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