Banking and Industrialization in Austria-Hungary: The Role by Richard L. Rudolph

By Richard L. Rudolph

Even though Austria-Hungary used to be one of many greatest and most crucial states in Europe till 1914, the wealthy literature on financial historical past has nearly thoroughly missed this quarter. Professor Rudolph's booklet serves major reasons. it's an intensive descriptive and analytical learn of the method of industrialization within the Austrian half the monarchy. It additionally conscientiously examines the position of banks within the industrialization of the world. the elemental query on the center of the learn is the level to which the banks really did facilitate or prevent the method of industrialization. The e-book can be of significant import to scholars of financial historical past, fiscal improvement, and east and principal ecu heritage.

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No. 6, de­ mand fluctuated greatly in the Austrian half of the monarchy. 39 Both production costs and market prospects pressed in upon the engineering branch. As Hertz wrote in 1917, " High costs of pro­ duction . . "40 Throughout the period under discussion, the Industrial development in the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy 25 machine building industry was composed of a great number of firms, some of large size, each of which produced a great variety of products. With the exception of sugar refining equipment and, to an extent, mining and agricultural equipment, the product mix of each plant was quite large.

And for 1902 in Osterreichische Statistik, 75. , 2. Hft. a 44 Banking and industrialization in Austria-Hungary In fact the relative weights of the given branches in the Czech Lands are not significantly dissimilar from those for all Austria, and thus the composite index of industrial production does pro­ vide a quite adequate picture of industrial development in the Czech Lands. Further, the data for value added, employment, and power in the various branches tend to have similar weights. It is therefore also possible to accept the weights in the table as re­ flecting the relative importance of the various branches in the economy.

2. Hft. a 44 Banking and industrialization in Austria-Hungary In fact the relative weights of the given branches in the Czech Lands are not significantly dissimilar from those for all Austria, and thus the composite index of industrial production does pro­ vide a quite adequate picture of industrial development in the Czech Lands. Further, the data for value added, employment, and power in the various branches tend to have similar weights. It is therefore also possible to accept the weights in the table as re­ flecting the relative importance of the various branches in the economy.

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