The Pattern of Austrian Industrial Growth from the Eighteenth to the Early Twentieth Century

  title={The Pattern of Austrian Industrial Growth from the Eighteenth to the Early Twentieth Century},
  author={Richard L. Rudolph},
  journal={Austrian History Yearbook},
  pages={3 - 25}
The wealth of literature published in the last twenty-five years on economic growth, economic development, and comparative economic history contains little information about Austria-Hungary. Fortunately, this situation shows signs of improving as the few recent articles and monographs on the subject are beginning to be utilized in the more general literature. Although the general lack of attention to Austria-Hungary clearly indicates that serious analytical work on the economic history of the… 
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