International Trade and British Economic Growth: From the Eighteenth Century to the Present Day
July 1997, Wiley-Blackwell
1. Atlantic Trade and British Economic Growth in the Eighteenth Century: Kenneth Morgan (Brunel University College).
2. British Trade and European Economic Development 1750-1850: Sidney Pollard (University of Sheffield and Bielefeld).
3. Nineteenth Century Ocean Trade and Transport: Peter Davies (University of Liverpool).
4. Exports and British Economic Growth (1850-1914): Charles Fainstein (All Souls College, Oxford).
5. Trade Policy and Growth: Some European Experiences (1850-1940): Forrest Capie (City University Business School).
6. British Trade with Latin America (1870-1950): Rory Miller (University of Liverpool).
7. Imperial Power and Foreign Trade: Britain and India (1900-1970): B. R. Tomlinson (University of Strathclyde).
Notes and Bibliographies.
List of Contributors.
John A. Davis holds the Emiliana Pasca Noether Chair in Modern Italian History at the University of Connecticut.
* Exposes the limitations of demand-led vs. supply-side theories in economic interpretation.
* Provides perspective on a key period of British economy supremacy and its demise.