1 edition of Recovery and development in the European periphery (1945-1960) found in the catalog.
Recovery and development in the European periphery (1945-1960)
|Statement||edited by Andrea Bonoldi, Andrea Leonardi|
|Series||Annali dell"Istituto storico italo-germanico in Trento. Contributi -- 22, Annali dell"Istituto storico italo-germanico in Trento -- 22.|
|LC Classifications||HC241.2 .R424 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||394 p. :|
|Number of Pages||394|
|ISBN 10||3428132742, 8815135405|
|ISBN 10||9783428132744, 9788815135407|
|LC Control Number||2011371517|
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Recovery and development in the European periphery (). Bologna: Societa editrice il Mulino ; Berlin: Duncker & Humblot, (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Andrea Bonoldi; Andrea Leonardi.
Recovery and Development in the European Periphery () Andrea Bonoldi, Andrea Leonardi (edd) This book aims at verifying how such dynamics came about in geographic areas that in a certain way might be called "peripheral" with respect to the continent's economically stronger core.
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Il Mulino Association. Il Mulino journal. Istituto Cattaneo. The financial crisis hit few places harder than the European periphery, where five states, Portugal, Italy, Ireland, Greece and Spain, came to be collectively known as the 'PIIGS'.
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The paper endorses the use of stochastic recovery in CDS models when estimating probability of default (PD) and suggests that stochastic recovery may be a better harbinger of distress signals. Industrial Development in a post-crash world- Part 6: The European Periphery and the Eurozone Crisis European elites have argued that ‘peripheral’ Eurozone states such as Greece and Ireland must ‘follow the rules’ if they are to secure sustainable economic recoveries.
Downloadable. Ireland has come to be seen as an exemplary case of the successful practice of austerity, both economically and politically. But these inferences would be misleading.
The real story about fiscal adjustments in Ireland is more problematic, the reasons for recovery are more complex, and the political consequences are a good deal more nuanced.
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Yet if we look at the periods of the Christian Reconquista, the recovery from the Black Death, the response to the globalization of the Renaissance, to the eighteenth century economic enlightenment, or to nineteenth century industrialization, we may conclude that agriculture in this country of the European periphery was often adaptive and dynamic.
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Persefoni Polychronidou, Anastasios Karasavvoglou (Eds.) Purchase this book such as the framework of the Common Agricultural Policy of the European Union, the identification of an opinion leader portrait in agriculture, the characteristics.THE CURSE OF GEOGRAPHY AND THE DILEMMA OF EUROPE’S PERIPHERY By Eduard Gracia the development of the initial optimal currency area theory, has been from the beginning as it was able to devaluate its own currency, its recovery has also been faster than for many others.
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