Unemployment, which according to Feinstein averaged 4.4%
between 1890 and 1913, averaged about twice as much in the period
1921-1929. How would you explain this?
Broadberry, British Economy between the Wars 753B1 75B35
Broadberry, E.H.R. (1990)
Benjamin & Kochin, and others, Z.P.E. (1982)
Casson, Economics of Unemployment 64 B39 770C8
Beenstock 6 Warburton, Exp'. in Ec. Hist. (1986)
Pollard, The Gold Standard and Employment Policies....
(esp.Sayers's article) 32C37
Wolcott, J.Ec.H. (1993)
Broadberry & Crafts, op.cit., chs 11 &13 33F54(1)
Solomou & Weale, Ec.H.R. (1996)