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This book takes a broad sweep of economic history from the prehistoric to the present. It explores the reasons for the fact that some nations have become rich while others have not. In this edition the author expands his coverage of the EEC, now the European Union, and extensively restructures his work on Eastern Europe. This book is intended for upper division and graduate courses in European economic history and economic development, also general readership.
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This is an important book. It is the best textbook on world/European economic history on the market, and Professors Cameron and Neal should be thanked for doing a service to the field of economic history. (George R. Boyer, Cornell University, ILR School)
I think this is the best current economic history text available for both graduate and undergraduate use. It is very well written and infinitely accessible to advanced students (from sophomores on up). (Giulio Gallarotti, Wesleyan University)
Fantastic introduction of the economic history of the world." - Oded Galor, Brown University, Fellow, Department of Economics, Hebrew University
I would describe it as the current best comprehensive survey text of the history of the world economy. (David Clingingsmith, Case Western University)
Fourth edition of this successful textbook covering economic history from pre-historic times to the present, offering introductions to both economic history and economic development.
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