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Migration and Inequality in Germany 1870-1913 (Oxford Historical Monographs)

by Oliver Grant

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Published by Oxford University Press, USA .
Written in English


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The Historical Roots of Corruption Mass Education, Economic Inequality, and State Capacity. Get access. his innovative book elegantly identifies state and market mechanisms that connect then to now, and pinpoints pathways out of historical traps.' Migration and Cited by: 1. Migration and Inequality in Germany – Miletić, Aleksandar R. Publication review Palgrave Advances in Intellectual History: Scheibner, Tamás: Publication review The Will to Survive: A history of Hungary: Lojkó, Miklós: Publication review.

  Evidence from Germany and Britain (Figure 1) yields two main results. First, the drop in inequality was neither steady nor similar across these countries, supporting the notion of inequality cycles (Milanovic ; Prados de la Escosura ). Second, inequality trends in Germany and Britain tended to follow opposite patterns. Figure 1. Figures for the population of Europe vary according to how one defines the boundaries of Europe. According to the United Nations, the population within the standard physical geographical boundaries comprised million in In the population was million, [citation needed] defining Europe's boundaries as the continental divides of the Caucasus and Ural mountains and the Bosporous.

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Oliver Grant, Migration and Inequality in Germany, Oxford: Oxford University Press, vii + pp. $ (cloth), ISBN: Reviewed for by Simone A.

Wegge, Department of Economics, College of Staten Island. City University of New York. Imperial Germany as an Example of Industrialization Under Labour Surplus Conditions ; 2. Sources of Inequality in Rural Germany ; 3.

The Pattern of Migration ; 4. Migration in Germany A Statistical Analysis ; 5. Demography and Migration ; 6. Migration, Farm Size, and the Condition of the Agricultural Labourer ; 7. Migration and Inequality in Germany and millions of other books are available for Amazon Kindle. Learn more. Migration and Inequality in Germany Cited by: Get this from a library.

Migration and inequality in Germany, [Oliver Grant] -- "Migration and Inequality in Germany presents a new view of German history in the late nineteenth century. Grant argues that many of the problems of Imperial Germany were temporary ones. Grant's study is a rigorous analysis of migration in Germany within the demographic and socio-economic contexts of the period studied.

Focusing particularly on the rural labour market and the factors affecting it, it also examines the 'pull' factor to cities, and offers more nuanced interpretations of German industrialization in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. However, this was a temporary phase.

The labour surplus period was largely over by The rise in inequality which had begun in the s came to an end, and inequality began to fall. Contrary to received wisdom, Germany was not on the brink of a general socio-economic crisis in ; instead it was moving away from one.

Download Citation | Migration and Inequality in Germany | Migration and Inequality in Germany presents a new view of German history in the late nineteenth century.

Dr Grant. Migration and Inequality in Germany presents a new view of German history in the late nineteenth century. Dr Grant argues that many of the problems of Imperial Germany were temporary ones produced by the strain of rapid industrialisation.

Drawing on the tools of development economics he argues that Germany passed through a labour surplus phase as desribed by the Lewis Model. 1 Imperial Germany as an Example of Industrialization underv Labour Surplus Conditions; 2 Sources of Inequality in Rural Germany; 3 The Pattern of Migration, –; 4 Migration in Germany – A Statistical Analysis; 5 Demography and Migration; 6 Migration, Farm Size, and the Condition of the Agricultural Labourer.

Migration and Inequality in Germany Oliver Grant. Grant's study is a rigorous analysis of migration in Germany within the demographic and socio-economic contexts of the period studied. Focusing particularly on the rural labour market and the factors affecting it, it also examines the 'pull' factor to cities, and offers more nuanced.

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Main author: Grant, Oliver Wavell. Corporate Author: Ebook Central Academic Complete., ProQuest (Firm) Format: eBook Online access: Connect to electronic book via Ebook Central. This book examines the relationship between the central state and regions in Germany and Spain, showing how Europeanization has served to weaken the powers of the regions.

In both countries, the regions were forced to cooperate more closely with the centre, but the institutional impact in the two countries has been strikingly different.

This timely book will be essential reading for all students and researchers interested in the sociology and politics of migration, ethnic and racial studies, and social inequality and stratification. 11 months ago Migration and Inequality in Germany size 3 MB in Books > EBooks.

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Dr Grant argues that many of the problems of Imperial Germany were temporary ones. Migration and Inequality in Germany By Oliver Grant. Oxford: Clarendon Press. vii + Figs. Tabs. $ ISBN ISBN This ambitious study seeks to restore economic history to the center of the debate on Germany's sociopolitical "peculiarity" in the Imperial epoch.

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The Pattern of Migration, – 56 4. Migration in Germany – A Statistical Analysis 97 5. Demography and Migration 6. Migration, Farm Size, and the Condition of the Agricultural Labourer 7.

Agricultural Productivity, Labour Surplus, and Migration 8. Migration and Urban Labour Markets 9. Industrialization. The rise in inequality which had begun in the s came to an end, and inequality began to fall.

Contrary to received wisdom, Germany was not on the brink of a general socio-economic crisis in Author: Henry Thomson.

Hatton and J. Williamson, "After the Famine: Emigration from Ireland ," Journal of Economic History (September ), pp. ; "What Drove the Mass Migrations from Europe in the Late Nineteenth Century?"Population and Development Review (September ), pp. ; "Late-Comers to Mass Migration: The Latin Experience," in Migration and the International Labor Market.

Downloadable! This article provides an overview of economic inequality in Germany from the fourteenth to the nineteenth century. It builds upon data produced by the German Historical School, which from the late nineteenth century pioneered inequality studies, and adds new archival information for selected areas.

Inequality tended to grow during the early modern period, with an exception: the. The straight dotted line projects forwards the prevailing linear trend during the periodand shows that world exports only returned to trend during the s, more than half a century after the end of World War I.

Figure 1 World exports, Source: Broadberry and Harrison (), Chap Figure 3. Landholding Inequality, Political Strategy, and Authoritarian Repression: Structure and Agency in Bismarck’s “Second Founding” of the German Empire Grant O. Migration and inequality in Germany, – Oxford: Oxford University Press; Ziblatt D.

Landholding inequality in Germany, at the Reichstag constituency level, and Cited by: 7.