The Cambridge Economic History of the United States

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Cambridge University Press, 2000 - 1008 σελίδες
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Volume II surveys the economic history of the United States, Canada, and the Caribbean during the nineteenth century. Five main themes frame the economic changes described in the volume: the migration of labor and capital from Europe, Asia, and Africa to the Americas; westward expansion; slavery and its aftermath; the process of industrialization; and the social consequences of economic growth that led to fundamental changes in the role of government. Other topics include: inequality, population, labor, agriculture, entrepreneurship, transportation, banking and finance, business law, and international trade.
 

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Economic Growth and Structural Change in the Long Nineteenth Century
1
The Economy of Canada in the Nineteenth Century
57
Inequality in the Nineteenth Century
109
The Population of the United States 17901920
143
The Labor Force in the Ninteenth Century
207
The Farm the Farmer and the Market
245
Northern Agriculture and the Westward Movement
285
Slavery and Its Consequences for the South in the Nineteenth Century
329
Business Law and American Economic History
435
Experimental Federalism The Economics of American Government 17891914
483
Internal Transportation in the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries
543
Banking and Finance 17891914
643
US Foreign Trade and the Balance of Payments 18001913
685
International Capital Movements Domestic Capital Markets and American Economic Growth 18201914
733
The Social Implications of US Economic Development
813
Bibliographic Essays
865

Technology and Industrialization 17901914
367
Entrepreneurship Business Organization and Economic Concentration
403

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Robert E. Gallman is the Kenan Professor of Economics and History at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. John Joseph Wallis is associate professor of economics at the University of Maryland, College Park.

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