Ireland: A New Economic History 1780-1939 by Cormac O Grada

Ireland: A New Economic History 1780-1939

byCormac O Grada

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Ireland: A New Economic History offers a fresh, comprehensive economic history of Ireland between 1780 and 1939. Its methodology is mould-breaking, and it is unparalleled in its broad scope and comparative focus. Cormac O Grada unites historical research with economic theory in an original andstimulating book, which will be essential reading for all students of Irish history.

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Cormac O Grada is on the editorial boards of Explorations in Economic History, European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, and Journal of Economic History. He is the author of Ireland before and after the Famine: Explorations in Economic History 1800-1930 (MUP, 1988; pb 1990), The Great Irish Famine (Macmillan, 1989), and Eire...
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Title:Ireland: A New Economic History 1780-1939Format:PaperbackDimensions:552 pages, 9.13 × 6.1 × 1.18 inPublished:May 1, 1994Publisher:Oxford University Press

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`It is a judicious and closely argued survey of a great deal of recent research, much of it by O'Grada himself. The variety of evidence used by O'Grada is very impressive. O'Grada's mastery of the literature and the quality of his writing is superior to anything written on the subject for manyyears.'Dudley Baines, The London School of Economics, Business History, 11/96