What caused the great depression?



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World Depression

BARRY EICHENGREEN, Golden Fetters: The Gold Standard and the Great Depression,



1919–1939 (1992, reissued 1995), is a monumental study of the functioning and effects of the

international gold standard in the interwar era. W. ARTHUR LEWIS, Economic Survey, 1919–1939 (1949, reissued 1969), while somewhat dated, is an exceedingly useful survey of the nature and causes of the Depression in Great Britain, Germany, Russia, France, Japan, and the United

States. Other works analyzing the Depression outside the United States include: HAROLD JAMES, The German Slump: Politics and Economics, 1924–1936 (1986); CHARLES P. KINDLEBERGER,

The World in Depression, 1929–1939, rev. and enlarged ed. (1986); and ROSEMARY THORP (ed.),

Other works analyzing the Depression outside the United States include: HAROLD JAMES,

The German Slump: Politics and Economics, 1924–1936 (1986); CHARLES P. KINDLEBERGER,

The World in Depression, 1929–1939, rev. and enlarged ed. (1986); and ROSEMARY THORP (ed.),

Latin America in the 1930s: The Role of the Periphery in World Crisis (1984).






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