4 edition of Economic policy under the Conservatives, 1951-64 found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Astrid Ringe, Neil Rollings and Roger Middleton.|
|Contributions||Rollings, Neil., Middleton, Roger, 1955-, University of London. Institute of Historical Research., National Archives (Great Britain)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 328 p. :|
|Number of Pages||328|
Conservative economic problems Stop-go economics resulted in 'stagflation' (simultaneous industrial decline and inflation) and lagged behind current events as a reactive policy, not proactive; industrial decline also largely due to lack of funding into industrial R&D; industrial decline set the stage for later damage to employer-worker. In book: The Evolution Of Conservative Party Social Policy, pp highlighting the two key periods of sustained Conservative rule, –64 and – The Development of Economic.
This history does not constitute an exoneration of President Bush's record. Some of the blame for the crash rests with the regulatory agencies that operated under his leadership. But the suggestion that President Bush's economic policies, or conservative economic policies in general, caused the financial crisis is in no way supported by the facts. Conservatives examine the impact of the Conservative party during their period in office between and The assessments by historians of these thirteen years vary widely as the Conservative rule left behind a mixed feeling about its achievements. We will therefore be discussing to what extent their period in office can be described as “thirteen years wasted”, based on.
Harold Macmillan was prime minister (from to ) in a world very different from our own. It was a world of consensus politics - now derided as much by Conservatives . One Nation Conservatism and social policy, One Nation Conservatism is sometimes portrayed as a key part of a perceived post-war „consensus‟ between the main political parties on economic and social policy issues, epitomised for many by the term „Buskellism‟, an .
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Complementing Paul Brigden's and Rodney Lowe's Welfare Policy under the Conservatives, (PRO, ), it provides an essential basis for contemporary historians and other social scientists to understand better the history of Britain since Published by the Institute of Historical Research and The National Archives, The book Economic Policy Under the Conservatives, A Guide to Documents in the National Archives, Astrid Ringe, Neil Rollings, and Roger Middleton is published by University of London Press.
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Conservative Economic Policy Under Churchill, Eden and Mac Proto-Task In your groups either: Finish your teaching task from yesterday Or produce a poster of Macmillan's achievements Quiz Starter 1) When was Churchill Prime Minster from and to.
2) What were the Five. Economic policy under the Conservatives, A guide to documents in the PRO. By R. Lowe, R. Middleton, N. Rollings and Economic and Social Research Council (United Kingdom) Abstract.
Period of award: 1 Oct. - 31 Mar. Includes bibliographical referencesAvailable from British Library Document Supply Centre- DSC Conservative Governments Recovery. Conservative policies were successful by in that: exports recovered; new industrial plants produced steel, planes and petro-chemicals; The Korean War ended and prices thus fell quickly; import bill fell so more.
Economic and financial historians, urban economists, and policy makers will find some aspects of the book frustrating, as discussed below, but the book is certainly a useful contribution to the literature on the history of American housing markets.
Stuart is an Associate Professor of Public Policy at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government. All Chicago e-books are on sale at 30% off with the code EBOOK Fiscal conservatism is the economic philosophy of prudence in government spending and debt.
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The Conservative party has been disastrous for the economy, and we are £bn poorer because of it. Brexit has exacerbated existing policy. () Butler and his colleagues accepted that Britain should be a mixed economy containing private and state directed industry.
This charter also accepted that trade unions would have a legitimate role to play. As a result of heavy war time borrowing and the price fall in. (with Astrid Ringe and Neil Rollings) Economic policy under the Conservatives, a guide to documents in the National Archives of the UK.
London: IHR. This is the final output of our ESRC project; the book is available from the IHR. Economic Policy Under the Conservatives, A Guide to Documents in the National Archives: ISBN () Hardcover, Institute of Historical Research, Government Versus the Market: The Growth of the Public Sector, Economic Management and British Economic Performance, C Conservative Governments study guide by yesunny includes 31 questions covering vocabulary, terms and more.
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'Thirteen wasted years'. Or the dawn of a new 'affluent society'. This book explores which description more appropriately fits the era of Conservative government in Britain after The author assesses the changing fortune of successive administrations under Churchill, Eden, Macmillan and Douglas-Home.
He also analyses broader questions such as post-war 'decline', the nature of On re-election to power inthe Conservative Government under Churchill was expected to 'roll back the welfare state'.
Until Thorneycroft's dramatic resignation in that remained a distinct possibility. Thereafter, however, in both Whitehall and Westminster there was a 'great reappraisal' of government policy. The Conservatives were torn between the conflicting objectives of creating.
The Conservative Governments Economic Policy in the s Use Lynch, pp, ppp 40 In the end, the British economy under the Conservatives did have underlying problems: The rise in real wages, without a commensurate rise in productivity.
The first reform, which the Conservatives put forward, involved policies of planning in the economy. Harold Macmillan had been greatly influenced in the s by the writings of John Maynard Keynes. It is no coincidence that the Macmillan firm published Keynes’ works, and he had known Keynes well, and believed that inter-war unemployment.For more than 50 years, the Conservative Book Club has guided book lovers to the best conservative books and authors of our times.
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