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Les grandes interprétations de la Révolution Industrielle

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    La révolution industrielle en Grande-Bretagne a été analysée de façon différente par les premiers analystes du XIX[e] siècle comme Marx et Engels, Toynbee et Mantoux, et les auteurs du XX[e] comme Landes ou Bairoch, puis les économistes de la New Economic History et les néo-institutionnalistes. Cet article a pour but de rendre compte de ces diverses interprétations, notamment le débat sur le rôle de la France, en rappelant les interactions à l'œuvre entre l'agriculture, le commerce extérieur, la démographie et l'industrie, ainsi que les principales conséquences économiques et sociales de cette grande mutation.

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    Article provided by Association Française de Cliométrie (AFC) in its journal Economies et Sociétés (Serie 'Histoire Economique Quantitative').

    Volume (Year): (2004)
    Issue (Month): 31 (June)
    Pages: 929-994

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    Handle: RePEc:afc:ecosoc:y:2004:i:31:p:929-994
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