By Egbert Wever,Marc de Smidt
This booklet, initially released in 1990, offers a complete and exact evaluate of the Dutch economic system because the warfare, discussing the alterations that have been led to via the restructuring of the industrial base. The ebook employs case reviews to examine particularly the influence of neighborhood coverage, the location of the rustic within the foreign commercial community and the effect of enormous business matters, overseas and family, at the Dutch financial system.
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An Industrial Geography of the Netherlands (Routledge Library Editions: Economic Geography): Volume 6 by Egbert Wever,Marc de Smidt