International Historical Statistics: 1750-2005: Europe by Brian Mitchell

International Historical Statistics: 1750-2005: Europe

byBrian Mitchell

Hardcover | November 19, 2007

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International Historical Statistics; Europe 1750-2004 is the latest edition of the most authoritative collection of statistics available. Updated to 2004 wherever possible, it provides key economic and social indicators for European countries over the last 254 years, serving as an essential reference source for both hard-to-find historical data and the latest figures available, and as an indispensable tool for comparisons between countries and across time.

About The Author

Dr B.R. MITCHELL is a Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, and lectured in the Economics Facility at the University of Cambridge from 1967 to his retirement in 1991. His previous publications include Abstract of British Historical Statistics with Phyllis Deane (1962), Second Abstract of British Historical Statistics with H.G.Jones (1...

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Title:International Historical Statistics: 1750-2005: EuropeFormat:HardcoverDimensions:1116 pagesPublished:November 19, 2007Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan UKLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230005144

ISBN - 13:9780230005143

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Table of Contents

Provides statistical data in easy to use tables, for the last 254 years (where available) of every country in the American continent, covering: * Population & Vital Statistics * Labour Force * Agriculture * Industry * External Trade * Transport & Communication * Prices * Education * National Accounts

Editorial Reviews

Praise for previous editions:
"This excellent reference work will alleviate the difficulty of identifying sources and the often frustrating task of extracting comparable data from disparate origins. Particularly recommended for college and research libraries."--Library Journal
"Remain[s] the most important general historical source."--Choice
"Monumental in scale yet well set out and easy to use."--Social History