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Economic competence, rational expectations and government popularity in postwar Britain

Simon Price

Economic competence, rational expectations and government popularity in postwar Britain

by Simon Price

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Published by ESRC Research Council on Micro-social Change in Colchester .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementSimon Price and David Sanders.
SeriesWorking papers of the ESRC Research Centre on Micro-social Change -- no.4
ContributionsSanders, David, 1950-, ESRC Research Centre on Micro-social Change.
The Physical Object
Pagination14p.
Number of Pages14
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15210757M
ISBN 101873733631
OCLC/WorldCa28631805

  About Literature, Politics and Culture in Postwar Britain. Alan Sinfield () is Professor of English at the University of Sussex. The publication of Literature, Politics and Culture in Postwar Britain in firmly established him as one of our foremost writers on literature and a leading critic of postwar culture and society. economic activity as indispensable and presumably sufficient for that increase in output which is the essence of economic improvement for the masses (Bauer ). Bauer put forth a complete analysis and criticism of foreign aid as the key to economic development (

Britain and the United States* * Strictly speaking, Great Britain is comprised of England, Wales and Scotland, and the United Kingdom is made up of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Throughout this book, however, we use ‘Britain’ and ‘United Kingdom’ interchangeably. Similarly, US, the USA and America are all used toFile Size: 2MB. State Intervention in Great Britain: Study of Economic Control and Social Response, Samuel J. Hurwitz Routledge, - Political Science - pages.

The economic history of the United Kingdom relates the economic development in the British Isles from the absorption of Wales into England after to the early 21st century.. Scotland and England (& Wales) shared a monarch from but had separate economies until they were unified in All of Ireland was included until and Northern Ireland after that. was gauged according to the needs of Britain’s economic well-being. However, in , Britain appeared to be as economically damaged and debilitated as its principal adversary in World War II, and Germany was believed to be a key factor for future European stability and the economic revival of Great Britain.


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