Back to the Future
Jeffrey Williamson is a leading authority on the economic history of the international economy. His interests cover a wide area within the field of economic history and include research on international economic development, the industrial revolution, industrialisation and de-industrialisation, tariff policy, factor price convergence, demography and economic development, and international labour migration. Since the early 1960s he has been a major contributor to the â€˜cliometricâ€™ approach to economic history and his research illustrates how history is particularly relevant to the modern debate on â€˜globalisationâ€™. In this interview Brian Snowdon discusses with Professor Williamson his more recent research relating to the global economy in historical perspective.
Volume (Year): 4 (2003)
Issue (Month): 4 (October)
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