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new economic history of the railways

Patrick Karl O"Brien

new economic history of the railways

by Patrick Karl O"Brien

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Published by St. Martin"s Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Railroads -- History.,
  • Economic history -- 1750-1918.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementPatrick O"Brien.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHE1021 .O27 1977
    The Physical Object
    Pagination121 p. ;
    Number of Pages121
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4565952M
    ISBN 100312566395
    LC Control Number77081308

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      German soldiers in a railway car on the way to the front in August Since their invention, railroads have played a huge role in further developing civilizations around the world. From ancient Greece to modern-day America, railroads have changed the way humans travel and work. The earliest form of rail transportation actually dates back to Author: Mary Bellis. Certainly transport history was being opened up through new railways across Europe which were constructed often by English contractors such a Thomas Brassey. By the s railway managers were overcoming the varied problems posed; and in that decade they "invented nearly all the basic techniques of modern accounting" (Chandler,p).


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The book, first published incontrasts new and older approaches to the history of transport and outlines a critical exposition of the methods used to quantify the contribution of railways to economic growth by means of counterfactual speculation and the measurement of social by:   The book, first published incontrasts new and older approaches to the history of transport and outlines a critical exposition of the methods used to quantify the contribution of railways to economic growth by means of counterfactual speculation and the measurement of social : New and older approaches to economic history -- 2.

Social savings, counterfactuals and social rates of return -- 3. Social savings and associated counterfactuals in the context of economic growth -- 4. Social rates of return on investment in railways -- 5.

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ISBN Full text not available from this repository. Social and economic consequences. The railways changed British society in numerous and complex ways.

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