The British Economy in the Twentieth Century

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It is commonplace to assume that the twentieth-century British economy has failed, falling from the world's richest industrial country in 1900 to one of the poorest nations of Western Europe in 2000. Manufacturing is inevitably the centre of this failure: British industrial managers cannot organise the proverbial 'knees-up' in a brewery; British workers are idle and greedy; its financial system is uniquely geared to the short term interests of the City rather than of manufacturing; its economic policies areperverse for ...

The British Economy in the Twentieth Century 2001, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke

ISBN-13: 9780333698426

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The British Economy in the Twentieth Century 2001, Palgrave, London

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