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Author: E. A. Wrigley
ISBN: 0521822785
Pages: 478 pages
Publisher: Cambridge University Press (March 1, 2004)
Language: English
Category: Europe
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e-Book Poverty, Progress, and Population epub download

by E. A. Wrigley



In addition, he shows why England's early modern economy and society grew faster and more dynamically than its continental neighbors.

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Poverty, Progress and Population. Much of what is collected together in Poverty, Progress and Population, perhaps inevitably, represents clarifications or developments on already established themes, and in this regard the sum of the work is perhaps not so groundbreaking as those essays to be found in the 1987 publication. Nevertheless, the essays present a conveniently gathered record of one of the most influential figures in British economic history of recent decades, and display a characteristic and exemplary combination of conceptual lucidity and methodological care.

Poverty, Progress, and Population E. A. Wrigley Cambridge Academ 9780521822787 : By the early nineteenth century England was . Poverty, Progress, and Population, E. Wrigley. Варианты приобретения. Wrigley Cambridge Academ 9780521822787 : By the early nineteenth century England was very different economically from its continental neighbours. Poverty was reduced more significantly in urban than in rural areas, and large differences in poverty measures persist according. to a wide range of household characteristics. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2004, Pp. 463. WrigleyE Poverty, Progress and Population. - Volume 23 Issue 1 - Esteban Nicolini.

Sir Edward Anthony Wrigley, FBA (born 17 August 1931), commonly known as Tony Wrigley, is a historical demographer. Wrigley and Peter Laslett co-founded the Cambridge Group for the History of Population and Social Structure in 1964

Sir Edward Anthony Wrigley, FBA (born 17 August 1931), commonly known as Tony Wrigley, is a historical demographer. Wrigley and Peter Laslett co-founded the Cambridge Group for the History of Population and Social Structure in 1964.

E.A. Wrigley, the leading historian of industrial England, exposes the inadequacy of what was once accepted wisdom regarding England's industrial revolution and suggests what he believes should replace it. He examines the issues from three viewpoints: economic growth; the transformation of the urban-rural balance; and demographic change in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. In addition, he shows why England's early modern economy and society grew faster and more dynamically than its continental neighbors.