The Causes of the Industrial Revolution in England, Volume 2
R. M. Hartwell
Methuen, 1967 - 17 - 18 - Angleterre - Cause - Croissance - Economie - Economique - England - Geographie - Grande-Bretagne - 177 pages
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2nd series A. H. John Adam Smith agriculture average Britain British canals capital accumulation capital formation causes cent classes coal colonial commerce consumption cotton industry countries Deane and Cole demand early Economic Development economic growth Economic History Review economists eighteenth century English industry Europe example expansion exports factors faster favourable France G. N. Clark historians important improvement increase indus industrial growth industrial raw materials industrial revolution innovation inventions iron labour Labrousse land Levasseur London machine manufactures ment mineral modern nineteenth century organization period population growth possible problems production R. H. Tawney rate of growth raw material supply real incomes relatively result rise Rostow sectors Seven Years War seventeenth century social society stages standard of living statistical steam engine stimulated structure T. S. Ashton take-off theory tion transport variables W. J. Ashley W. W. Rostow wages Wealth of Nations woollen workers