Statistics and the German State, 1900–1945 :

Tooze, J. Adam.

Statistics and the German State, 1900–1945 : The Making of Modern Economic Knowledge. - 1 online resource (332 pages) - Cambridge Studies in Modern Economic History ; v.9 . - Cambridge Studies in Modern Economic History .

Intro -- Contents -- Figures -- Tables -- Acknowledgements -- Glossary and abbreviations -- Introduction -- 1 Official statistics and the crisis of the Wilhelmine state -- 2 The Republic's new numbers, 1918-1923 -- 3 Weimar's macroeconomic statistics, 1924-1929 -- 4 The crisis of Weimar's statistical establishment, 1930-1933 -- 5 Statistics and the `Strong State', 1933-1936 -- 6 The radicalization of the Nazi regime and the death of official statistics, 1936-1939 -- 7 World War II and the return of macroeconomics -- Conclusion -- Appendix: Wagemann's national economic account - explanatory notes -- Bibliography -- Index.

This book considers statistical innovation, 1900-45, in the Weimar Republic and the Third Reich.

9780511153839


Germany--Economic conditions--1888-1918.


Electronic books.

HC285 .T668 2001

330.94308