Crib on the history of the world economy + lecture notes

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Lectures include 72 questions, the volume of 1-2 pages. Made textbooks 2009-2010.
Crib is made of lecture notes, double-sided, measuring 4.5 x 7.5 cm (easily fits into the palm).
Contents
1. The development of the history of the world economy as a science
2. Stages of development of the world economy
3. The place and importance of the history of the world economy in the system of economic sciences
4. The subject, the history of the world economy functions as a science
5. Methods of historical and economic analysis
6. Problems of periodization of economic history
7. primitive communal economy: basic stages of development, features and characteristics
8. The Neolithic Revolution
9. Options of slavery: ancient Eastern (Asian) and the ancient model of economic development
10. Great colonization and its importance in the development of the ancient trade
11 .Ekonomichesky operation of the Greek polis
12. The main stages of the expansion of Ancient Rome
13. The economy of ancient Egypt, China, India
14.Ekonomicheskoe development of Mesopotamia
15. The economic development of the Eastern Mediterranean
16. Features of economic development of Kievan Rus'
17. Features of the structure of the economy and forms of management in the early and classical Middle Ages
18.Frantsiya - a country classical feudalism
19.Osobennosti feudal economies of India, China and Japan
20.Evolyutsiya and development functions of money in ancient times
21 TV.The features and stages of development of the medieval
Economics (eastern and western models)
22. The economic significance of the Crusades
23. "Public Revolution" and the economic development of the free cities: guilds, guilds
24. The economic role of the medieval city. Intercity and long-distance trade
25. The role of the Levantine and Hanseatic trade in the economic development of medieval Europe
26. The development of market institutions: trade fairs, and monetary circulation of bills, accounting, banking, stock exchange
27. The two poles of economic growth: Northern Italy and the Netherlands
28. The economic development of Holland and England in the Middle Ages. Economy medieval Germany
29. Changes in the structure of the economy in the late Middle Ages. The appearance and features of the manufacturing production
30. The great geographical discoveries: preconditions and economic consequences
31. "price revolution" and its economic importance
32. The initial accumulation of capital: sources, methods and results
33. The evolution of forms of trade policy
34. The role of foreign trade in the economy of Europe. The reasons for the change of leadership of the trade
35. The policy of mercantilism
36. The main features of the STR in the framework of the world economy
37. The first
technological revolution: the nature and content of the industrial revolution
38. Sources areas, the consequences of the industrial revolution
39. world colonial system: features of formation and development
40. The development of world trade
41. The free trade and protectionism
42.Stanovlenie global monetary system: the gold standard
43. The functioning of the financial system
44. The second scientific and technological revolution and the development of the world's productive forces
45. Structural changes in the economies of developed countries
46. \u200b\u200b"revolutionary" way of formation of industrial capitalism
in England. "Reformist" path of development of capitalism in Germany
47. "colonization" US capitalism
48. Revolutionary reformist path formation of industrial capitalism in Japan and Russia
49. The forms of monopoly: cartels, syndicates, trusts, corporations
50. The penetration of bank capital in the industry and the development of stock markets. Financial oligarch

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56. Prerequisites and economic consequences of the Second World War
57. Formation and development of different models of a mixed economy
58. The Marshall Plan and the revival of the economy of Western Europe after World War II
59. The economic program of Ludwig Erhard in Germany
60. Reverse Course Dodge Shope in Japan
61. The economic policies of Gaullism in France
62. The Japanese economic miracle and the Asia-Pacific economic growth
63. Features of development of the British economy in the postwar period
64. Economic reforms Thatcher and especially economic development of the UK
65.Ekonomicheskie reform in China
66. Economic reforms in the USSR during the NEP and the policy of "war communism"
67. Stages of international economic integration
68. Falling zolotodollarovogo reference
69. The globalization of the world economy
70. Various ways of transformation in Eastern Europe
71. The development of centers of the world economy: the US, Japan, EEC
72. The main features of the modern world economy

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