This Book, The Result Of An International Collaborative Project, Provides A New Quantitative View Of The Wartime Economic Experiences Of Six Great Powers The UK, The United States, Germany, Italy, Japan And The USSR A Chapter Is Devoted To Each Country, While The Introductory Chapter Presents A Comparative Overview It Aims To Provide A Text Of Statistical Reference For Those Interested In International And Comparative Economic History, The History Of World War II, The History Of Economic Policy, And Comparative Economic Systems.
Mark Harrison is professor of economics, University of Warwick honorary senior fellow of the Centre for Russian and East European studies, University of Birmingham and distinguished visiting fellow of the Hoover Institution on War, Revolution, and Peace, Stanford University He lives in Coventry, UK Librarian note There is than one author in the Goodreads database with this name
- The Economics of World War II : Six Great Powers in International Comparison (Studies in Macroeconomic History)
- Mark Harrison
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