The Resource An economic history of the world since 1400, Professor Donald J. Harreld

An economic history of the world since 1400, Professor Donald J. Harreld

Label
An economic history of the world since 1400
Title
An economic history of the world since 1400
Statement of responsibility
Professor Donald J. Harreld
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Contributor
Publisher
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
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Cataloging source
NBO
Characteristic
videorecording
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Harreld, Donald J
Dewey number
330.9
PerformerNote
Lecturer: Donald J. Harreld, Brigham Young University
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0
Series statement
The great courses. Finance & Economics
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  • Economic history
  • Economic history
Target audience
adult
Technique
live action
Label
An economic history of the world since 1400, Professor Donald J. Harreld
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Note
  • Title from container
  • Course no. 5670
  • 48 lectures, 30 minutes per lecture
  • Contents note derived from publisher's web site
Accompanying material
1 course guidebook (v, 396 pages : illustrations ; 19 cm)
Bibliography note
Accompanying course guidebook includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
videodisc
Carrier category code
vd
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Configuration of playback channels
unknown
Content category
two-dimensional moving image
Content type code
tdi
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • The Europeans' plantation labor problem
  • Adam Smith, mercantilism, state building
  • British and Dutch joint-stock companies
  • Europe, the printing press, and science
  • The industrious revolution: demand grows
  • Why didn't China industrialize earlier?
  • 18th-century agriculture and production
  • Industrial revolution: the textile trade
  • British coal, coke, and a new age of iron
  • Power: from peat bogs to steam engines
  • Self-interest, human survival, and history
  • A second industrial revolution after 1850
  • Family labor evolves into factory work
  • Cornelius Vanderbilt and the modern firm
  • 19th-century farm technology, land reform
  • Speeding up: canals, steamships, railroads
  • European urbanization and emigration
  • Unions, strikes, and the Haymarket affair
  • Banks, central banks, and modern states
  • Understanding uneven economic development
  • Adam Smith's argument for free trade
  • Marco Polo, China, and Silk Road trade
  • Middle-class catalogs and mass consumption
  • Imperialism: land grabs and morality plays
  • World War I: industrial powers collide
  • Russia's Marxist-Leninist experiment
  • The trouble with the gold standard
  • Tariffs, cartels, and John Maynard Keynes
  • Japanese expansionism: Manchurian incident
  • U.S. aid and a postwar economic miracle
  • Colonialism and the independence movement
  • Japan, the transistor, and Asia's tigers
  • Manorial society in medieval Europe
  • The welfare state: from Bismarck to Obama
  • The end of American exceptionalism?
  • Middle East: from pawn to power broker
  • Germany, the European Union, and the Euro
  • Free trade: global versus regional blocs
  • Gorbachev, Yeltsin, and the Soviet decline
  • Half the world left behind in poverty
  • China, India: two paths to wealth extremes
  • The information economy: telegraph to tech
  • Leverage with globalization in its grip
  • How black death reshaped town and field
  • Late-14th-century guilds and monopolies
  • European discovery routes: east and west
  • 1571: Spain, Portugal encircle the globe
  • Old world bourses and market information
Dimensions
4 3/4 in. +
Dimensions
other
Extent
8 videodiscs (24 hr.)
Isbn
9781629973111
Media category
video
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
v
Medium for sound
videodisc
Other physical details
sound, color
Publisher number
  • 5670
  • PB5670A
  • ID5670-01
Sound on medium or separate
sound on medium
Specific material designation
videodisc
System control number
  • (OCoLC)958839272
  • 1708177
  • (OCoLC)ocn958839272
  • (Pol)1708177
System details
DVD
Video recording format
DVD
Label
An economic history of the world since 1400, Professor Donald J. Harreld
Publication
Copyright
Note
  • Title from container
  • Course no. 5670
  • 48 lectures, 30 minutes per lecture
  • Contents note derived from publisher's web site
Accompanying material
1 course guidebook (v, 396 pages : illustrations ; 19 cm)
Bibliography note
Accompanying course guidebook includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
videodisc
Carrier category code
vd
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Configuration of playback channels
unknown
Content category
two-dimensional moving image
Content type code
tdi
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • The Europeans' plantation labor problem
  • Adam Smith, mercantilism, state building
  • British and Dutch joint-stock companies
  • Europe, the printing press, and science
  • The industrious revolution: demand grows
  • Why didn't China industrialize earlier?
  • 18th-century agriculture and production
  • Industrial revolution: the textile trade
  • British coal, coke, and a new age of iron
  • Power: from peat bogs to steam engines
  • Self-interest, human survival, and history
  • A second industrial revolution after 1850
  • Family labor evolves into factory work
  • Cornelius Vanderbilt and the modern firm
  • 19th-century farm technology, land reform
  • Speeding up: canals, steamships, railroads
  • European urbanization and emigration
  • Unions, strikes, and the Haymarket affair
  • Banks, central banks, and modern states
  • Understanding uneven economic development
  • Adam Smith's argument for free trade
  • Marco Polo, China, and Silk Road trade
  • Middle-class catalogs and mass consumption
  • Imperialism: land grabs and morality plays
  • World War I: industrial powers collide
  • Russia's Marxist-Leninist experiment
  • The trouble with the gold standard
  • Tariffs, cartels, and John Maynard Keynes
  • Japanese expansionism: Manchurian incident
  • U.S. aid and a postwar economic miracle
  • Colonialism and the independence movement
  • Japan, the transistor, and Asia's tigers
  • Manorial society in medieval Europe
  • The welfare state: from Bismarck to Obama
  • The end of American exceptionalism?
  • Middle East: from pawn to power broker
  • Germany, the European Union, and the Euro
  • Free trade: global versus regional blocs
  • Gorbachev, Yeltsin, and the Soviet decline
  • Half the world left behind in poverty
  • China, India: two paths to wealth extremes
  • The information economy: telegraph to tech
  • Leverage with globalization in its grip
  • How black death reshaped town and field
  • Late-14th-century guilds and monopolies
  • European discovery routes: east and west
  • 1571: Spain, Portugal encircle the globe
  • Old world bourses and market information
Dimensions
4 3/4 in. +
Dimensions
other
Extent
8 videodiscs (24 hr.)
Isbn
9781629973111
Media category
video
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
v
Medium for sound
videodisc
Other physical details
sound, color
Publisher number
  • 5670
  • PB5670A
  • ID5670-01
Sound on medium or separate
sound on medium
Specific material designation
videodisc
System control number
  • (OCoLC)958839272
  • 1708177
  • (OCoLC)ocn958839272
  • (Pol)1708177
System details
DVD
Video recording format
DVD

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