Evolution of the American Economy The Growth, Welfare and Decision Making

ISBN-10: 0023986808

ISBN-13: 9780023986802

Edition: 2nd 1993

Authors: Sidney R. Ratner, James H. Soltow, Richard E. Sylla

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List price: $69.80
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 1993
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 599
Size: 7.75" wide x 9.75" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 2.442
Language: English

Introduction: The Study of Economic Growth, Welfare, and Decision Making
From Colonialism to National Independence 1492-1790
America and the Developing World Economy
Regional Patterns of Colonial Development
Growth and Welfare in the Colonies
Foundations of Economic Independence
The Agricultural Era and Emerging Industrialism 1790-1860
Revolutions in Transportation and Communications
Land Policy, Agricultural Expansion, and the Political Economy of Slavery
Critical Changes in the Financial System
Beginnings of the Industrial Revolution in America
Growth and Change in Domestic and Foreign Markets
Economic Growth and Social Welfare
The Transformation of the American Economy 1860-1914
Continental Expansion, Agricultural Modernization, and Southern Backwardness
Mass Production and the Advent of Big Business
Labor in the Industrializing Society
Building Nationwide Railroad and Communication Networks
The Financial System Under Stress
National and World Markets for Mass Production
Prosperity, Depression, and World Wars 1914-1945
The Economic Impact of World War I
The 1920s: A Taste of Affluence
The Great Depression and the Expanding Role of Government
The Planned Economy of World War II
The Postindustrial Economy and the New World Order 1945-1990s
The Good Years, 1945-1965
The Great Inflation, 1965-1982
Deficits, Debts, and Defaults, 1980-1992
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