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The Portuguese economy since 1974

by David Corkill

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Published by Edinburgh University Press in Edinburgh .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Portugal
    • Subjects:
    • Portugal -- Economic conditions -- 1974-,
    • Portugal -- Economic policy.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementDavid Corkill.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHC392 .C598 1993
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxvi, 172 p. :
      Number of Pages172
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL832432M
      ISBN 100748604278
      LC Control Number95106814
      OCLC/WorldCa29223735

        The newfound freedom led to a raucous attitude of experimentalism toward politics and economy and, as it turned out, hard drugs. FILE - In this April 25 file picture, people cheer soldiers in.   A revolution deposed the monarchy, and for most of the next six decades, repressive governments ran the country. In , a left-wing military coup installed broad democratic reforms. The following year, Portugal granted independence to all of its African colonies. Portugal is a founding member of NATO and entered the EC (now the EU) in

      This book offers insights into the behavior of the Portuguese economy in relation to economic growth from the twentieth century to the present. Amaral examines long-run trends in the development of the modern Portuguese economy that can help us understand various growth phases of the modern period. Survey of the Portuguese economy.. [Portugal. Secretaria de Estado da Informação e Turismo.] Portugal -- Economic policy. Portugal -- Colonies -- Economic conditions. View all subjects; More like this: Similar Items Book: All Authors / Contributors: Portugal. Secretaria de Estado da Informação e Turismo.

        - Independence for Portuguese colonies of Guinea-Bissau, Mozambique, further undermining confidence in the Portuguese economy. October - Portugal wins non-permanent seat on UN. Emigration increased, inflation grew, and the country faced a grave economic crisis. In a group of military officers, under the leadership of Otelo Saraiva de Carvalho, overthrew Caetano's government; this is often called the "Captains' Revolution" because it was planned by military officers dissatisfied with Portugal's long wars to retain.


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The Portuguese economy since by Corkill, David. Silva governments sinceand incorporating all the latest research from both Portuguese and foreign sources, this book presents an overview of Portugal's recent development in a concise and highly accessible form Includes bibliographical references (pages ) and index 1.

The Pages: Get this from a library. The Portuguese economy since [David Corkill] -- This book provides the economy of one of Europe's lesser-known countries. From dictatorship to democracy, Portugal's history over the past twenty years has been one of political upheaval and belated.

This chapter examines the economic legacy bequeathed by the Salazarist regime in the belief that the post economy cannot be understood without reference to the dictatorship. Indeed, many of the economic problems encountered since the revolution are attributable to the old regime which had shaped and determined Portugal's economic.

After a recession inthe economy grew at an average annual rate of %, well above EU averages but well behind the growth of the Portuguese economy before the military coup of In order to qualify for the Economic and Monetary Union (EMU), Portugal agreed to cut its fiscal deficit and undertake structural cy: Euro (EUR, €).

Portugal - Portugal - The New State after Salazar: In September Salazar was incapacitated by a stroke. President Tomás invited Marcello Caetano, one of the architects of the New State, to form a government, but Salazar was never informed of this transition.

On Jhe died. Although Caetano was more worldly and less reserved than his predecessor, he proved unable to reverse the. The Portuguese also weathered Europe's longest dictatorship under twentieth-century ruler António Salazar.

A military coup, called the Carnation Revolution, placed the Portuguese at the center of Cold War attentions. Portugal's quirky relationship with Spain, and with its oldest ally England, is also s: Due to revolutionary economic policies, oil shocks, recession in Europe and the return of hundreds of thousands of overseas Portuguese from its former colonies, Portugal began an economic crisis in – Real gross domestic product growth resumed as a result of Portugal's economic resurgence since The country's per-capita GDP.

Portugal - Portugal - Economy: Portugal was the world’s richest country when its colonial empire in Asia, Africa, and South America was at its peak. Because this wealth was not used to develop domestic industrial infrastructure, however, Portugal gradually became one of western Europe’s poorest countries in the 19th and 20th centuries.

From the mids, after the Portuguese revolution. Portugal’s history since 3 the Colonial Wars, 20 per cent of the population continued to believe that the country could not survive without it.

For the dictatorship, the political importance of the colonies far outweighed the economic costs involved in retaining them, even when it was apparent that the. Portugal Economic News. Portugal: Business sentiment improves, consumer sentiment.

J Consumer sentiment fell to minus in July from June’s minus as Covid cases mounted, putting an end to two months of recovery since April.

The Portuguese Economy since By David Corkill Edinburgh University Press, Read preview Overview Small Countries: Structures and Sensibilities By Ulf Hannerz; Andre Gingrich University of Pennsylvania Press, The economic history of Portugal covers the development of the economy throughout the course of Portuguese has its roots prior to nationality, when Roman occupation developed a thriving economy in Hispania, in the provinces of Lusitania and Gallaecia, as producers and exporters to the Roman continued under the Visigoths and then Al-Andalus Moorish rule, until the.

Portugal grew at a faster pace than the euro zone inbut the current public health crisis will drive a substantial contraction in real GDP, of at least 8% in The long-lasting impact that the coronavirus will have on tourism represents a downside risk and will prevent a sharp recovery in Portugal is celebrating an economic recovery after a prolonged recession that began in and worsened after the Great Recession.

The nation’s GDP grew % in — the highest in. The Portuguese Revolution needs to be studied more thoroughly, and Varela’s book is good place to start, finds Orlando Hill Raquel Varela, A People’s History of the Portuguese Revolution (Pluto Press), pp. Forty-five years ago, inEurope experienced its most profound revolution since the Second World War.

"The Portuguese Economy in the Context of Economic, Financial and Monetary Integration," Books, Banco de Portugal, Economics and Research Department, number bk Handle: RePEc:ptu:bdpbok:bk Gross Domestic Product in terms of expenditure () in Portugal Gross national income and gross disposable income as % of GDP in Portugal Real GDP growth rate.

Take Portugal, which today reported that its economy is growing at the fastest rate since Real GDP increased by % last year, compared with % in Led by explorer Jorge Alvares, the Portuguese arrived on the southern coast of China in Since China had forbidden official commerce between its own citizens and Japan, the Portuguese served.

After achieving its strongest growth of the century inthe Portuguese economy kept expanding and is estimated to have grown by % of GDP infrom % the previous year (IMF). The growth was mainly driven by strong domestic demand, which should however ease in the upcoming years due to a reduction in job creation (partly offset by.

"This useful survey of the Portuguese economy complements and updates Corkill's earlier writings. this book is largely descriptive it stands as perhaps the most comprehensive study of the Portuguese economy. Recommended for academic, research, and .With a record of dismal GDP growth sincea rapid increase in public debt after (as a result of the international crisis and the counter-cyclical measures undertaken in line with the European Economic Recovery Plan), and high levels of indebtedness of both firms and families, the Portuguese economy was particular vulnerable to the.Books shelved as portuguese-history: Conquerors: How Portugal Forged the First Global Empire by Roger Crowley, The Portuguese Seaborne Empire,