The Continental System: An Economic Interpretation

Heckscher, Eli F.
(1879-1952)
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Editor/Trans.
Harald Westergaard, ed. C. S. Fearenside, trans.
First Pub. Date
1918
Publisher/Edition
Oxford: Clarendon Press
Pub. Date
1922
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Cover
Table of Contents
About the Book and Author
Editor's Preface, by Harald Westergaard
Author's Preface
Chronological Table
Introduction
PART I Antecedents of the Continental System
Foreword
I.I Commercial Policy
I.II Maritime Blockade
I.III Continental Blockade
I.IV Economic Position
PART II Origin and External Course of the Continental System
II.I Commercial War Before the Berlin Decree
II.II The Berlin Decree
II.III British Counter-Measures and French Retort
II.IV Policy of the United States
II.V The Continental System in Europe (1808-12)
PART III Internal History and Working of the Continental System
III.I Treatment of Confiscated Goods
III.II Results of the Self-Blockade (1806-9)
III.III Smuggling and Corruption; Fiscalism and Licensing
III.IV The Trianon and Fontainebleau Policy in Operation
III.V The British Crisis of 1810-12
III.VI Self-Destruction of the System
PART IV Effects of the Continental System on the Economic Life of Great Britain and the Mainland
IV.I Different Types of Effect
IV.II Effects on France
IV.III Effects on the Rest of the Continent
IV.IV Effects on the United States
Conclusion
Bibliographical Note
Appendix I
Appendix II
Footnotes
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