4 edition of economics of war found in the catalog.
economics of war
Includes bibliographical references (p. 199-208) and index.
|LC Classifications||HB195 .P625 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 218 p. :|
|Number of Pages||218|
|LC Control Number||2005041692|
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The book is designed as a textbook for people with limited previous contact with economic concepts, which can be slightly annoying at times. None the less it is a perfect introductory book on the subject of economics and war for those who wish to explore but lack the economic background to just pick up something more in by: The Economics of World War II is worth reading for research purposes.
The facts presented in the book bring the reader to the conclusion that economics were a primary driver in the causes of WWII.
The writing was sometimes difficult to get through and without a decent understanding of Cited by: 4. At it's heart, it's an economics book first and foremost, Each of the 6 major combatant nations of WWII (USA, UK, USSR, Italy, Germany, Japan) is given a very thorough treatment by economists regarding their economy leading up to, during, and in the aftermath of the conflict/5.
Bian, Morris L. The Sino-Japanese War and the Formation of the State Enterprise System in China: A Case Study of the Dadukou Iron and Steel Works, – Enterprise &. The editors' overview draws some stark lessons about the role of economic development, the importance of markets and the damage done by nationalism and protectionism.
A companion volume to the acclaimed The Economics of World War II, this is a major contribution to our understanding of total war. The economics of war can be defined as the study of the allocation of resources, including manpower, natural resources, instruments and agents of production employed for the prosecution of war.
Therefore, people's occupations will change to satisfy the requirements of war, while raw materials, power, buildings and machines will have revised. There is an untold war already underway that threatens America as a country and Americans as citizens.
It is a cyber-economic war and few are prepared for it. If left ignored and unchecked, the results will devastate. But if informed and prepared, Americans will not only fight this war but also win it, preserving liberty and opportunity for future generations.
Welcome to the Economic War Room. The Economics Of War. Tuesday, November 1, Ludwig von Mises. Ludwig von Mises Interventionism Free Trade War. Mises is Visiting Professor of Economies at New York University.
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The idea of the new VoxEU eBook, The Economics of the Second World War: Seventy-Five Years On (Broadberry and Harrison ), arose as a sequel to the essays we collected for the centenary of the end of WWI (Broadberry and Harrison ).
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This book provides a new quantitative view of the wartime economic experiences of six great powers; the UK, the USA, Germany, Italy, Japan and the USSR. What contribution did economics made to war preparedness and to winning or losing the war.
What was the effect of wartime experiences on postwar fortunes, and did those who won the war lose the peace?Reviews: 2.
This book brings together nine country studies of the economics of World War I: five Allies, three Central Powers, and a neutral country. Our book is the first, we believe, to offer such a systematic comparison of economies at war between andand it is certainly the first to include the Ottoman Empire in such a : Stephen Broadberry.
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War economics may be defined as the study of the ways and means by which the wartime pattern of the division of labor is brought about. More accurately speaking, we must say "allocation of resources" instead of "division of labor.".
Yet, few of us recognize that America’s Economic War is taking place at all. Indeed, fewer still understand the causes of the war, or its impact and potential dangers. This book explains America’s Economic War in enough detail to gain a true understanding of the extent, scope and impact of this war.
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In the 19th century economics was the hobby of gentlemen of leisure and the vocation of a few academics; economists wrote about economic policy but were rarely consulted by legislators before decisions were made.
Today there is hardly a government, international agency, or. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Mendershausen, Horst. Economics of war. New York, Prentice-Hall, [©] (OCoLC) Online version.
This book brings together eight country studies of the economics of World War I: four Allies, three Central Powers, and a neutral country. Our book is the first, we believe, to offer such a systematic comparison of economies at war between andand it is certainly the first to include the Ottoman Empire in such a collection.
Economics of War. My book, The Economics of War (McGraw Hill-Irwin) is available via Amazon. This is a textbook, written to supplement introductory microeconomic and macroeconomic courses and is based on a course I developed while a Lecturer of Economics at The Ohio State University.
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Create Written in an accessible manner, this book is an addition to a course at various levels. Politics and Economics of the War The Pacific Railroad Act () authorized the construction of the first transcontinental line from both Omaha, Nebraska, and Sacramento, California.
The Union Pacific and Central Pacific Railroad companies received more than sixty million acres of land at no cost and $20 million in very generous loans from the. The inflationary pressure in the last war grew out of the government's inflationary method of war finance.
This involved the creation of new purchasing power through borrowing from the banks. The government printed new bonds and exchanged them for bank deposits in the banking system, these bank deposits operating as newly created purchasing power. This book provides a new quantitative view of the wartime economic experiences of six great powers; the UK, the USA, Germany, Italy, Japan and the USSR.
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The economics of the war with Nazi Germany adam tooze and james r. martin The entanglement between war and economics revealed by the First World War was to become one of the deﬁning features of the ﬁrst half of the twentieth century.
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This book was a large part of Ken. examine the economics of World War I. There was a circle of causation linking total war and economics, which we decompose into its two halves. First, we examine the role of economic factors in determining the outcome of the war.
As with our analysis of World War II (Harrison, ), we argue that the size of. War and Change in World Politics. Cambridge, A political scientist's theoretical and historical account of how power and economics interplay in the rise and fall of great powers. Goldstein, Joshua S.
Long Cycles: Prosperity and War in the Modern Age. New Haven, book adds to our understanding of war economics and the shape of the world. economy in the second half of the twentieth century. Geofrey Mills is author (with Hugh Rockoff) of The Sinews of War: Essays on. the Economic History of World War II (Ames, IA: Iowa State University.
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Mises University Recorded at the Mises Institute in Auburn, Alabama, on 25 July THE ECONOMICS OF WAR. David Friedman, Ph. D. "The science of war is moving live men like blocks." Stephen Vincent Benet.
John Brown's Body. To most non-economists, economics has something to do with money, and the economics of war presumably has to do with how we pay for the bombs and bullets.