By S. Pollard,J.P.P Higgins
These six papers have been initially brought to a convention at Sheffield college in 1969 and signify an summary of a learn venture led by way of Professor Pollard, which aimed to build a sequence of annual figures of capital formation for the economic Revolution in Britain - either in mixture and damaged down into major sectors. each one paper is observed via a precis of the dialogue which followed.
The difficulties encountered in such an venture are tested, a huge one being definition: what to incorporate within the time period 'capital', easy methods to degree or isolate expenditure less than that heading, and the way to house adjustments that have made the definitions and practices of present-day nationwide source of revenue estimates inapplicable to past centuries. resources also are tested intensive as statistical details is not just doubtful and infrequently unreliable, yet of alternative worth and completeness for various sectors of the economy.
This e-book used to be first released in 1971.
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Aspects of Capital Investment in Great Britain 1750-1850: A preliminary survey, report of a conference held the University of Sheffield, 5-7 January 1969: Volume 23 (Economic History) by S. Pollard,J.P.P Higgins