2 edition of Public investment and the trade cycle in Great Britain found in the catalog.
Public investment and the trade cycle in Great Britain
Russell Frederick Bretherton
|Statement||by R. F. Bretherton, F. A. Burchardt [and] R. S. G. Rutherford.|
|Contributions||Burchardt, F. A., joint author., Rutherford, Robert Stewart Gregg, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||HC256.3 .B725|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||455|
|LC Control Number||41014120|
But the great event that helped all these countries was foreign investment. Foreign investment meant that British capitalists invested British capital in other parts of the world. They first invested it in those European countries which, from the point of view of Great Britain, were short of capital and backward in their development. There’s plenty of private money seeking investment opportunities, so the infrastructure sector needs to step up to make projects more attractive, help build project certainty and promote the benefits of new networks and services to the public to close the infrastructure gap.
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But surprisingly no long-period study of the cycle after was ever carried out for Britain. Even more surprisingly in the latest and avowedly quantitative economic history textbook on Britain (Floud and McCloskey, ) there is no chapter on money. There is a brief dismissal of the role of money in the : Forrest Capie.
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From the 17th century, Britain joined the Portuguese, Dutch and French in this. Read the full-text online edition of A Study in Trade-Cycle History: Economic Fluctuations in Great Britain, ().
Home» Browse» Books» Book details, A Study in Trade-Cycle. On the eve of World War I, Great Britain was the world™s leading trading and lending nation. Her merchandise imports and exports were nearly a third larger than Germany™s and half again as large as those of the United States.
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Between and GNP growth in continental Europe averaged %, while industrial output grew at %— over twice as fast as during the liberal era. Britain, however, stuck to its guns.
It doubled down on free trade, keeping its markets open and its tariffs low. You can guess what happened next. Ordinarily, Britain could spur investment and spending by cutting interest rates during an employment crisis.
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