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Record number 26942
Title The failure of agrarian capitalism : agrarian politics in the UK, Germany, the Netherlands and the USA, 1846 - 1919
Author(s) Koning, N.
Source Agricultural University. Promotor(en): J. de Hoogh; A.M. van der Woude; M. Fennema. - London etc. : Routledge - ISBN 9780415114318 - 292
DOI https://doi.org/10.4324/9780203031247
Department(s) Agricultural Economics and Rural Policy Group
MGS
Publication type Dissertation, internally prepared
Publication year 1994
Keyword(s) overheidsbeleid - landbouwbeleid - agrarisch recht - groene revolutie - economie - kapitalisme - geschiedenis - vergelijkingen - groot-brittannië - duitsland - nederland - vs - government policy - agricultural policy - agricultural law - green revolution - economics - capitalism - history - comparisons - great britain - germany - netherlands - usa
Categories Rural History
Abstract <p>This thesis presents a comparative analysis of agrarian policies in the UK, Germany, the Netherlands and the USA from 1846-1919.</p><p>The author examines the evolution of agricultural policy and factors that motivate it. These factors are discussed in the context of the repeal of the Corn Laws to the First World War. This period was crucial in the failure of agriculture to establish itself as a profitable industry independent of government.</p>
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