2 edition of War economy. found in the catalog.
S. J. Butlin
|Series||Australia in the war of 1939-1945., Series 4 (Civil) v. 3-4|
|Contributions||Schedvin, C. B., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||D767.8 .A87 ser. 4, vol. 3-4, HC605 .A87 ser. 4, vol. 3-4|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||56000167|
The World Economic Forum is an independent international organization committed to improving the state of the world by engaging business, political, academic and other leaders of society to shape global, regional and industry agendas. Incorporated as a not-for-profit foundation in , and headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland, the Forum is tied to no political, partisan or national interests. In , two colonels in the People's Liberation Army of China, Qiao Liang and Wang Xiangsui, released a book on military strategy called Unrestricted Warfare (超限 .
is a platform for academics to share research papers. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hancock, W.K. (William Keith), British war economy. London: H.M. Stationery Off., (OCoLC)
War II. At the center of any account of British economic history between the wars, therefore, is the story of how these changes came about. 2. Looking Closer Before considering that history in more detail, it is worth taking a closer look at our summary measures of economic performance. To this end, Table 1 also presents data for the. Economic aid flowed to war-ravaged European countries under the Marshall Plan, which also helped maintain markets for numerous U.S. goods. And the government itself recognized its central role in economic affairs. The Employment Act of stated as government policy "to promote maximum employment, production, and purchasing power.".
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After War by Chris Coyne is a very powerful application of economic reasoning to help explain why it is so hard to export liberal democracy to failed nations states (either after a war or after the War economy.
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This economics book is designed to reinforce the basic relationships between the entities that own or control resources and those that need or purchase them. It incorporates real-life examples along the way, offering a relatable context for how the economy operates and how it affects the people who live within it.
How did economic and financial factors determine how America waged war in the twentieth century. This important new book exposes the influence of economics and finance on the questions of whether the nation should go to war, how wars would be fought, how resources would be mobilized, and the long-term consequences for the American by: This book explores the substantial and dynamic innovations of the wartime era, identifying this period as the most influential for Japan's post-war economic structure.
Erich Pauer and a team of leading Japanese and German scholars discuss important aspects of the Japanese wartime economy, including: * ideological backgroundCited by: The concept of permanent war economy originated in with an article by Ed Sard (alias Frank Demby, Walter S.
Oakes and T.N. Vance), a Third Camp Socialist, who predicted a post-war arms race. The role of war in the world economy is complex, yet pervasive.
The shadow of war lies across economic history, influencing its pace and direction, and war continues to both shape economic developments and respond to them. Annotated bibliography. Brandes, Stuart D. Warhogs: A History of War Profits in America. Lexington, KY, Additional Physical Format: Online version: Butlin, S.J.
(Sydney James), War economy. Canberra, Australian War Memorial,  (OCoLC) His new book Destructive Creation is a defense of the management of the war economy by “clerical, mathematical equation,” against those on the right, who attribute wartime production to the genius of private business, and those on the left, who see the wartime state as.
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. 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.
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War Economy: The organization of a country's production capacity and distribution during a time of conflict. A war economy must make substantial adjustments to. A war economy or wartime economy is the set of contingencies undertaken by a modern state to mobilize its economy for war production.
Philippe Le Billon describes a war economy as a "system of producing, mobilizing and allocating resources to. Economy of Effort - Economy of effort is the judicious exploitation of manpower, Principles of War was also a book published in for the Japan Self-Defense Forces.
It outlines the basic military principles and strategies by which the Japanese army was to operate. The book was used for most military exams in Japan.
In the long term, World War I was a net positive for the American economy. No longer was the United States a nation on the periphery of the world stage; it was a cash-rich nation that could transition from a debtor to a global a had proved it could fight the war of production and finance and field a modern volunteer military force.But the war proved to be more of an economic inconvenience than a real trial for most people.
Of course, all that military hardware had a hefty price tag. The federal government spent about $ billion during World War II — or twice as much as it had spent in total for the entire history of the U.S. government up to that point.