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Was England Really Superior to France?

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1 Crouzet, François, De la supériorité de l' Angleterre sur la France: L'Économique er l' Imaginaire, XVIIe–XXe siècles. Préface de Pierre Chaunu. Collection “Pour l' Histoire.” (Paris, 1985), p. 596.

2 Tapié, Victor-L., ed., Les hommes d'etat célèbres, vol. 4, De la découverte de l' Amérique à la Révolution française (Paris, 1971), pp. 102–7.

3 Crouzet, De la supérioriré, p. 21.

4 Annales, E.S.C., 21 (Mars-Avril 1966), pp. 254–91; Hartwell, R. M., ed., The Causes of tile Industrial Revolution in England (London, 1967), pp. 139–74.

5 Crouzet, De la supériorité, p. 37.

6 Ibid., pp. 74–75.

7 Braudel, Fernand, Civilisation matérielle, économie ci capitalisme, XVe–XVIIIe siècle, vol. 3, Le temps du monde (Paris, 1979).

8 “The Sources of England's Wealth: Some French Views in the Eighteenth Century,” in Cottrell, P. L. and Aldcroft, D. H., eds., Shipping, Trade and Commerce: Essays in Memory of Ralph Davis (Leicester, 1981).

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10 Deuxième conférence iniernationale d'histoire économique. Aix-en-Provence, 1962 (Paris-Den Haag, 1965), pp. 589642.

11 Williamson, Jeffrey G., “Why was British Growth So Slow during the Industrial Revolution?this JOURNAL, 44 (09 1984), pp. 687712.

12 Towards an Export Economy: British Exports during the Industrial Revolution,” Explorations in Economic History, 17 (01 1980), pp. 4893.

13 “Cliométne et révolution industrielle,” Histoire, Économie, el Société (1983), pp. 607–24.

14 Crouzet, De la supériorité, p. 220.

15 Crouzet, François, ed., Les hommes d'état célèbres, vol. 5, De la Révolution Française à la première guerre mondiale (Paris, 1975), pp. 5269.

16 Les Conséquences économiques de la Révolution. A propos d'un inédit de Sir Francis d' Ivernois,” Annales hisroriques de la Révolution Française, 34 (1962), pp. 182217 and 336–62.

17 Crouzet, De la supériorité, p. 296.

18 Kindleberger, C. P. and di Tella, Guido, eds., Economics in the Long View: Essays in Honour of W. W. Rostow (London, 1982), vol. 2, pp. 4466.

19 Youngson, A. J., ed., Economic Development in the Long Run (London, 1972), pp. 98125.

20 Crouzet, De la supériorité, p. 341.

21 Ibid., p. 54.

22 Annales E.S.C., 19 (Mars-Avril 1964), pp. 281–310.

23 Crouzet, De la supériorité, p. 562.

24 Trenard, Louis, ed., Charbon et sciences humaines. Actes du colloqué organisé par la Faculté des Leures de l' Université de Lille en mai 1963 (Paris-Den Haag, 1966), pp. 173205.

25 Crouzet, De la supériorité, p. 405.

26 Revue Historique, 254 (Juillet-Septembre 1975), pp. 105–34.

27 Bédarida, François, et al. , eds., De Guillaume le Conquérant au Marché Commun. Dix siècles de l'histoire franco-britannique (Paris, 1979).

28 Crouzet, De la supériorité, p. 454.

29 Harley, C. Knick, “British Industrialization before 1841: Evidence of Slower Growth during the Industrial Revolution,” this JOURNAL, 42 (06 1982), pp. 267–89;Crafts, N. F. R., “British Economic Growth, 1700–1831: A Review of the Evidence,” Economic History Review, 2nd ser., 36 (05 1983), pp. 177–99;Williamson, Jeffrey G., “Why was British Growth So Slow?”; Floud, Roderick and McCloskey, Donald, eds., The Economic History of Britain since 1700, 2 vols. (Cambridge, 1981). See also Cameron, Rondo, “The Industrial Revolution: A Misnomer,” in Schneider, Jürgen, ed., Wirtschafskräfte und Wirtschaftswege: Festschrift für Hermann Kellenbenz (Stuttgart, 1981), vol. 5, pp. 367–76; and “A New View of European Industrialization,” Economic History Review, 2nd ser., 38 (Feb. 1985), pp. 1–23. The latter article, which appeared a few months before he began reading proofs on his book, is primarily concerned with one of his central theses.

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