1. 10 000 B.C - 4000 B.C?
    Neolithic revolution, agriculture, formation of societies, river cultures, the fertile crescent.
  2. 4000 B.C - 500 A.D?
    Early empires, the ancient period , trade, China and Rome
  3. 500-1000s?
    The early medieval period: Europe as a periphery - China in the lead
  4. 1000-1500s?
    The late medieval period: Population growth and decline, the plague, feudal relations, polycentric trade, Northern Italy, the Hansa, Gravity shift.
  5. 1500-1700s?
    The Americas, explorers, price revolution, population growth, global economy, dynastic wars, mercantilism, nation state formation, enclosure, banking, Physiocrats.
  6. 1700s-1820s?
    Industrialization 1, the great divergence or the gap, political upheavals/revolution, Britain takes the lead (coal and railroads), The classical economists: Smith, Malthus & Ricardo, Colonies and cotton, Financial bubbled.
  7. 1820s-1870s?
    Towards Laissez-Faire/free trade, Gold standard, corn-laws, wars, Marx, German and U.S. industrialization, Russian backwardness.
  8. 1870s-1918?
    Long depression, Industrialization 2 (railroads, fuels, electricity), State actions, Globalization 1, Market expansion, Free trade- protectionism, competition, growth, social movements, Tsarists Russia, Revolution, imperialism, dissolution of empires, WW1, British decline.
  9. 1919-1929?
    Versailles, Post-war recovery, late-comers, German hyperinflation, debt-chain, Gold standard recovery, the U.S authoritarian regimes: Fascism, USSR planned economy
  10. 1929-1945?
    Depression and recovery, black Thursday 1029, "Great depression", Goldstandard breakdown, economic dirigisme and state actions, planned economy, Fascism, Nazism, Mixed economy, WW2
  11. 1945-1950?
    Bretton Woods, mixed economy, Post-war recovery & Integration, regulations of markets, USSR expansion & satellites in E-C-E, China/Mao 1049, Cold war division
  12. 1950-1973?
    Cold war, The Golden age: Keynesianism, regulations, Bretton-woods, integration (EEC-EMEA), convergence, productivity development and catch-up, Gold-USD problems. National Economies/welfare states, Big government & Big business, MNC's
  13. 1973-1991?
    • Industrialization 3 (microchip & computers) NIC's, OPEC 1+2, Stagflation in the west/ Stagnation in the East, Monetarism, de-regulations, MNC's market expansion, Berlin Wall, "Washington Consensus"
    • - Globalization 2 (deregulations/capital flows)
  14. 1980s-2007?
    De-regulations, Gorbachev, Cold war ends 1991, Post-communist transformations, integration, capital mobility
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