Industrial Policy in Europe after 1945: Wealth, Power and Economic Development in the Cold War

Industrial Policy in Europe after 1945: Wealth, Power and Economic Development in the Cold War

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ISBN-13: 9781349460748
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan UK
Publication date: 01/01/2014
Edition description: 1st ed. 2014
Pages: 388
Product dimensions: 5.51(w) x 8.50(h) x (d)

About the Author

William James Adams, University of Michigan, USA
Ralf Ahrens, Centre for Contemporary History Potsdam, Germany
Ivan Tibor Berend, University of California, USA
Jan Bohlin, University of Gothenburg, Sweden
Martin Chick, University of Edinburgh, UK
Christopher Mark Davis, University of Oxford, UK
James Foreman-Peck, Cardiff University, UK
Mario García-Zúñiga, University of the Basque Country
Pál Germuska, Military History Institute and Museum of the Hungarian Ministry of Defence
Stefan Grüner, University of Augsburg, Germany
Guia Migani, University of Louvain / University of Padua, Italy
Martin Rempe, University of Konstanz, Germany
Daniel Speich Chassé, University of Lucerne, Switzerland
Joseba De la Torre, Public University of Navarre, France
Laurent Warlouzet, University of Artois / London School of Economics, UK

Table of Contents

Introduction; Christian Grabas and Alexander Nützenadel PART I: WESTERN EUROPE 1. European Industrial Policies in the Post-War Boom: 'Planning the Economic Miracle'; James Foreman-Peck 2. The State and Industrial Policy in Britain, 1950–1974; Martin Chick 3. What's in a Name? French Industrial Polic, 1950–1975; William James Adams 4. Ensuring Economic Growth and Socio-Economic Stabilization: Industrial Policy In West Germany, 1950–1975; Stefan Grüner 5. Swedish Industrial Policy: From General Policies to Crisis Management, 1950-1980; Jan Bohlin 6. Planning the Economic Miracle? Industrial Policy in Italy Between Boom and Crisis; Christian Grabas 7. Was it a Spanish Miracle? Development Plans and Regional Industrialization, 1950-1975; Joseba de la Torre and Mario García-Zúñiga PART II: TRANSNATIONAL AND GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES 8. Towards a Global History of the Marshall Plan: European Post-War Reconstruction and the Rise of Development Economic Expertise; Daniel Speich Chassé 9. Towards a European Industrial Policy? The European Economic Community (EEC) Debates, 1957–1975; Laurent Warlouzet 10. Entangled Industrialization: The EEC and Industrial Development in Francophone West Africa; Martin Rempe 11. The EEC and the Challenge of the ACP States' Industrialization, 1972–1975; Guia Migani PART III: THE SOVIET BLOC 12. Industrial Policy and its Failure in the Soviet Bloc; Ivan Tibor Berend 13. Planning Priorities, Managing Shortages: Industrial Policy in the GDR from Stalinism to Welfare Dictatorship; Ralf Ahrens 14. Economic Growth and the Industrial Development Policy in Hungary, 1950-1975; Pál Germuska 15. Industrial Performance in the USSR: Influences of State Priorities, Economic System, Industrial Policies, and Hidden Processes, 1945–1980; Christopher Mark Davis

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