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Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xviii
  2. B. R. Mitchell
    Pages 1-97
  3. B. R. Mitchell
    Pages 98-132
  4. B. R. Mitchell
    Pages 133-299
  5. B. R. Mitchell
    Pages 300-417
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    Pages 418-525
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    Pages 526-621
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    Pages 622-688
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    Pages 689-703
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    Pages 704-745
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    Pages 746-817

About this book

Introduction

Recent concern with economic growth has led not only to a vast increase in the quantity and quality of statistics collected and published, but also to an upsurge of interest in the statistics of the past. As attention has turned more and more to the study of the comparative development of different countries, so a need has been felt for a collection of historical statistics comparing different nations. This work meets the need as far as the Americas is concerned. 'A landmark for the economic historian.It is seldom that a publication truly deserves the name of a pioneering book. This one does' English Historical Review 'No economic library should be without it' Economic Journal.

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