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Engineering and Economic Growth
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This study examines the economic development of the machine-building industry in the Habsburg Empire and its role in the process of industrialization. The new evidence from the capital goods sector, the timing and extent of changes in machinery output and investment, strongly supports the notion of a Great Depression in Austria from 1873 to the mid-1890s and the direction of capital flows as a causal factor. However, with significantly faster than average long-run rates of expansion, the machine-building industry made a direct contribution to industrial growth in both Austria and Hungary. The rise in labour and total factor productivity in mechanical engineering was reflected in falling output prices, thus enhancing productivity growth in the machinery using industries. In both parts of the Habsburg Empire, most of the labour productivity raising machinery was procured from domestic suppliers where output per worker grew markedly faster than in the aggregate economy.

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Engineering and Economic Growth
72,95 € *
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This study examines the economic development of the machine-building industry in the Habsburg Empire and its role in the process of industrialization. The new evidence from the capital goods sector, the timing and extent of changes in machinery output and investment, strongly supports the notion of a Great Depression in Austria from 1873 to the mid-1890s and the direction of capital flows as a causal factor. However, with significantly faster than average long-run rates of expansion, the machine-building industry made a direct contribution to industrial growth in both Austria and Hungary. The rise in labour and total factor productivity in mechanical engineering was reflected in falling output prices, thus enhancing productivity growth in the machinery using industries. In both parts of the Habsburg Empire, most of the labour productivity raising machinery was procured from domestic suppliers where output per worker grew markedly faster than in the aggregate economy.

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The Wanda Way
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In 1998, and following 17 years in the army, Jianlin Wang formed a property company in the northeastern Chinese city of Dalian using a loan of $80,000. Today, Dalian Wanda is Chinas largest private property developer, generating revenues of $40 billion globally, and owning some 9-million square metres of investment property. In 2012, Wanda became the worlds largest theatre owner when it acquired AMC Theatres, with a view to becoming a global entertainment colossus. Wang himself has become Asias richest man. This book, by its founder and Chairman, provides unprecedented insight into the ethos and activities that have created the extraordinary business success that is the Wanda empire. Wang describes his managerial philosophy and the essence of his business ideas to make Wanda a brand like Walmart or IBM or Google - a brand known by everyone in the world, and that led The Economist to call him a man of Napoleonic ambition. As Chinas influence in the world economy grows led by companies such as Wanda, this book is both timely and relevant.

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China's Early Industrialization
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China s early industrialization (1865-1895) is ofgreat importance to theories of economicdevelopment. This book examines why China sindustrialization was slow compared to contemporaryJapan s. The author argues that China s tardyeconomic development was due to ineffectivegovernment leadership. He further explores why theChinese government did not lead China s economicdevelopment effectively. The Manchu question Manchurule of Qing China and Manchu supremacy over otherethnic groups triggered ethnic rebellions betweenthe early 1850s and the early 1870s, which severelyundercut the power of the government. Ethnicrebellions in turn were caused by the government sunequal ethnic policies that had established anethnic hierarchy in the empire. Moreover, betweenthe 1860s and 1890s the government spent adisproportionate amount of its revenue tofinancially support the Manchus leading toinsufficient governmental investment in modernprojects.Sociologists, political economists, andhistorians of China and Japan will find this bookinformative.

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The Wanda Way
12,90 € *
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In 1998, and following 17 years in the army, Jianlin Wang formed a property company in the northeastern Chinese city of Dalian using a loan of $80,000. Today, Dalian Wanda is Chinas largest private property developer, generating revenues of $40 billion globally, and owning some 9-million square metres of investment property. In 2012, Wanda became the worlds largest theatre owner when it acquired AMC Theatres, with a view to becoming a global entertainment colossus. Wang himself has become Asias richest man. This book, by its founder and Chairman, provides unprecedented insight into the ethos and activities that have created the extraordinary business success that is the Wanda empire. Wang describes his managerial philosophy and the essence of his business ideas to make Wanda a brand like Walmart or IBM or Google - a brand known by everyone in the world, and that led The Economist to call him a man of Napoleonic ambition. As Chinas influence in the world economy grows led by companies such as Wanda, this book is both timely and relevant.

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China's Early Industrialization
68,00 € *
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China s early industrialization (1865-1895) is ofgreat importance to theories of economicdevelopment. This book examines why China sindustrialization was slow compared to contemporaryJapan s. The author argues that China s tardyeconomic development was due to ineffectivegovernment leadership. He further explores why theChinese government did not lead China s economicdevelopment effectively. The Manchu question Manchurule of Qing China and Manchu supremacy over otherethnic groups triggered ethnic rebellions betweenthe early 1850s and the early 1870s, which severelyundercut the power of the government. Ethnicrebellions in turn were caused by the government sunequal ethnic policies that had established anethnic hierarchy in the empire. Moreover, betweenthe 1860s and 1890s the government spent adisproportionate amount of its revenue tofinancially support the Manchus leading toinsufficient governmental investment in modernprojects.Sociologists, political economists, andhistorians of China and Japan will find this bookinformative.

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Investment in Empire
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Investment in Empire ab 74 € als gebundene Ausgabe: . Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Wissenschaft, Geschichte,

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John III of Portugal
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John III (or João IIIJune 1502 11 June 1557), nicknamed o Piedoso ("the Pious"), was the fifteenth King of Portugal and the Algarves. Born in Lisbon, he was the son of King Manuel I and his queen consort, Maria of Aragon (the third daughter of King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella of Spain). John succeeded his father in 1521, at the age of nineteen. During his rule, Portuguese possessions were extended in Asia and in the New World through the Portuguese colonization of Brazil. John III's policy of reinforcing Portugal's bases in India (such as Goa) secured Portugal's monopoly over the spice trade of cloves from the Moluccas and nutmeg from the Banda Islands, as a result of which John III has been called the "Grocer King". On the eve of his death in 1557, the Portuguese empire spanned almost 1 billion acres. During his reign, the Portuguese became the first Europeans to make contact with both China, under the Ming Dynasty, and Japan, during the Muromachi period. He abandoned Muslim territories in North Africa in favor of trade with India and investment in Brazil.

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John III of Portugal
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John III (or João IIIJune 1502 11 June 1557), nicknamed o Piedoso ("the Pious"), was the fifteenth King of Portugal and the Algarves. Born in Lisbon, he was the son of King Manuel I and his queen consort, Maria of Aragon (the third daughter of King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella of Spain). John succeeded his father in 1521, at the age of nineteen. During his rule, Portuguese possessions were extended in Asia and in the New World through the Portuguese colonization of Brazil. John III's policy of reinforcing Portugal's bases in India (such as Goa) secured Portugal's monopoly over the spice trade of cloves from the Moluccas and nutmeg from the Banda Islands, as a result of which John III has been called the "Grocer King". On the eve of his death in 1557, the Portuguese empire spanned almost 1 billion acres. During his reign, the Portuguese became the first Europeans to make contact with both China, under the Ming Dynasty, and Japan, during the Muromachi period. He abandoned Muslim territories in North Africa in favor of trade with India and investment in Brazil.

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