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Albrecht Ritschl
Albrecht Ritschl
Professor of Economic History, London School of Economics
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Deutschlands Krise und Konjunktur
A Ritschl
Akademie-Verlag, 2002
236*2002
Das Bruttosozialprodukt in Deutschland nach den amtlichen Volkseinkommens-und Sozialproduktsstatistiken 1901-1995
A Ritschl, M Spoerer
Jahrbuch für Wirtschaftsgeschichte/Economic History Yearbook 38 (2), 27-54, 1997
1721997
Understanding West German economic growth in the 1950s
B Eichengreen, A Ritschl
Cliometrica 3, 191-219, 2009
1402009
Endogeneity of Currency Areas and Trade Blocs: Evidence from a Natural Experiment
N Wolf, AO Ritschl
Kyklos 64 (2), 291-312, 2011
126*2011
Germany and the Political Economy of the Marshall Plan
H Berger, A Ritschl
Europe's Postwar Recovery, 199, 1995
126*1995
The Pity of Peace: Germany's War Economy, 1914-1918 and Beyond
A Ritschl
The Economics of World War I, Cambridge, 46, 2005
104*2005
Real Wages, Productivity, and Unemployment in Britain and Germany during the 1920′ s
SN Broadberry, A Ritschl
Explorations in Economic History 32 (3), 327-349, 1995
801995
Reparations, deficits, and debt default: the Great Depression in Germany
A Ritschl
The Great Depression of the 1930s: Lessons for today, 110-39, 2013
782013
Nazi economic imperialism and the exploitation of the small: evidence from Germany’s secret foreign exchange balances, 1938‐1940
AO Ritschl
The Economic History Review 54 (2), 324-345, 2001
772001
Zu hohe Löhne in der Weimarer Republik? Eine Auseinandersetzung mit Holtfrerichs Berechnungen zur Lohnposition der Arbeiterschaft 1925-1932
A Ritschl
Geschichte und Gesellschaft 16 (3), 374-402, 1990
741990
Die Währungsreform von 1948 und der Wiederaufstieg der westdeutschen Industrie. Zu den Thesen von Mathias Manz und Werner Abelshauser über die Produktionswirkungen der …
A Ritschl
Vierteljahrshefte für Zeitgeschichte 33 (1. H), 136-165, 1985
711985
Reparation transfers, the Borchardt hypothesis and the Great Depression in Germany, 1929–32: A guided tour for hard-headed Keynesians
A Ritschl
European review of economic history 2 (1), 49-72, 1998
651998
The German Transfer Problem, 1920–33: a Sovereign-Debt Perspective
A Ritschl
European Review of History: Revue europeenne d'histoire 19 (6), 943-964, 2012
592012
Did Monetary Forces Cause the Great Depression?
A Ritschl, U Woitek
CEPR Discussion Papers, 2000
56*2000
Deficit spending in the Nazi recovery, 1933–1938: A critical reassessment
A Ritschl
Journal of the Japanese and International Economies 16 (4), 559-582, 2002
552002
Currency versus Banking in the Financial Crisis of 1931
A Ritschl, S Sarferaz
International Economic Review 55 (2), 349-373, 2014
54*2014
An Exercise in Futility: Growth and Decline of the East German Economy
AO Ritschl
Cambridge University Press, 1996
50*1996
Aufstieg und Niedergang der Wirtschaft der DDR: Ein Zahlenbild 1945-1989
A Ritschl
Jahrbuch für Wirtschaftsgeschichte/Economic History Yearbook 36 (2), 11-46, 1995
481995
The US business cycle, 1867–2006: A dynamic factor approach
A Ritschl, S Sarferaz, M Uebele
Review of Economics and Statistics 98 (1), 159-172, 2016
47*2016
Business cycles and economic policy, 1914-1945
A Ritschl, T Straumann, S Broadberry, KH O'Rourke
The Cambridge Economic History of Modern Europe. Volume 2: 1870 to the …, 2010
47*2010
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