Fb2 Political Economy of World Energy: A Twentieth-Century Perspective ePub
by John G Clark
|Subcategory:||Engineering and Transport|
|Author:||John G Clark|
|Publisher:||University of North Carolina Press Enduring Editions (January 1, 1991)|
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Home Browse Books Book details, The Political Economy of World Energy: . .There were dozens, scores of estimable books on aspects of the energy scene during the twentieth century and their number increased geometrically after 1973.The Political Economy of World Energy: A Twentieth-Century Perspective. Some covered relatively short chronological periods. Others spanned significant time periods but focused on a particular country, a company, a fuel or energy source or process, or a crisis. Historians are supposed to place time frames and their events in context so their readers can better understand them.
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a twentieth-century perspective. by John Garretson Clark. Published 1991 by University of North Carolina Press in Chapel Hill Times. Published 1991 by University of North Carolina Press in Chapel Hill. Energy industries, Energy policy, History, Political aspects of Energy industries, Energy policy - History - 20th century. Includes bibliographical references and index. First published in Great Britain 1990 by Harvester Wheatsheaf.
Volume 52, Issue 1. March 1992, pp. 268-269. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1990.
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