An Economic Spurt That Failed: Four Lectures in Austrian History

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In 1900 the newly appointed Austrian prime minister, Ernest von Koerber, initiated a novel program of economic development designed to solve the political and economic problems of the Habsburg Monarchy. Ambitious and ingenious as the plan was, it proved a failure, and in this book Alexander Gerschenkron assesses its career and significance for both Austrian and European history. The author explains the importance of Koerber's experiment as a way of increasing Austria's economic strength while drawing the country out of ...

An Economic Spurt that Failed: Four Lectures in Austrian History 2016, Princeton University Press, New Jersey

ISBN-13: 9780691643847

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An Economic Spurt that Failed: Four Lectures in Austrian History 2015, Princeton University Press, New Jersey

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An Economic Spurt That Failed: Four Lectures in Austrian History 1977, Princeton University Press, Princeton, NJ

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