The Economics of World War I: The economics of World War I: an overview

@inproceedings{Broadberry2005TheEO,
  title={The Economics of World War I: The economics of World War I: an overview},
  author={Stephen Broadberry and Mark Harrison},
  year={2005}
}
Introduction: economic factors in the war This book deals with two issues in the economics of twentieth-century warfare. First is the contribution of economics to victory and defeat of the great powers in World War II. Second is the impact of the war upon long-run economic trends and postwar institutions in the economies of the great powers. What was the contribution of economics to the outcome of the war? As far as this first question is concerned, the authors share a broad understanding of… 
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