This book explores the evolution of the Western European economy since 1945 and considers some of the salient features of capital, labour and the state. It provides a broad review of the major features of economic development in Western Europe.
Table of Contents
Part One: The International Context 1. The post-war international economy 2. Capital, labour and the state in western Europe Part Two: The Sectors 3. Energy 4. The primary sector 5. The secondary sector 6. The tertiary sector Part Three: The Regional Dimension 7. Uneven regional development and regional policies 8. Selected regional case studies 9. Concluding remarks