Economic History in the Netherlands, 1914-2014

Trends and Debates

Edited by Jacques van Gerwen et al.

Economic History in the Netherlands, 1914-2014

Edited by Jacques van Gerwen et al.

Distributed for Amsterdam University Press

320 pages | 16 color plates | 6 x 9 | © 2014
Paper $43.50 ISBN: 9789089646897 Published September 2015 For sale only in the United States, its dependencies, the Philippines, and Canada
In the field of economic history, the Netherlands Economic History Archives hold a central position. This book surveys the role the NEHA has played in Dutch economic history—serving as the primary source depository and contributing to the integrity and range of research in the field—and it presents an overview of the development and discipline of economic history over the past century. From the pre-1940 period, when German scholarship strongly influenced economic historians, to the growing internationalization of the field since the 1990s, these contributions from twelve renowned scholars examine the evolution of Dutch economic history as the NEHA celebrates its centennial.
Economic History in the Netherlands between 1914 and 2014
Milja van Tielhof, Jan Luiten Van Zanden, Jacques Van Gerwen and Co Seegers

To Promote and Facilitate
The NEHA 1914-2014
Jacques Van Gerwen and Co Seegers

Business History versus Economic History in the Netherlands
Keetie Sluyterman

The History of Work and Labour
Jan Lucassen

Debates on Industrialisation and Economic Growth in the Netherlands
Herman de Jong and Jan Luiten van Zanden

Great Transformations
Economic History and the History of Technology
Karel Davids

A Cat with Nine Lives
Rural History in the Netherlands after 1900
Piet van Cruyningen 
The Economic Historiography of the Dutch Colonial Empire

Ulbe Bosma

Gender and Economic History
The Story of a Complicated Marriage
Elise van Nederveen Meerkerk 

Dutch Migration History
Looking Back and Moving Forward
Marlou Schrover

Highlights from the NEHA Collection
Co Seegers

Historical Demography
Understanding Temporal Change, Individual Variation and Regional Persistence
Jan Kok

From the Eighty Years War to the Second World War
New Perspectives on the Economic Effects of War
Marjolein’t Hart

Corporatism and Social Models in the Low Countries
Maarten Park
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