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Public interest in past events in economic history has resurfaced continually in recent years, most notably the strong revival of interest in the Great Depression and past financial crises in the light of current economic turmoil. History has been peppered with significant events of an economic nature #xE2;#xAC;#x1C; from the South Sea Bubble to the New Deal; from the Prohibition to the advent of Globalization. The purpose of The Handbook of Major Events in Economic Historyis to provide readers with a relative brief and cogent explanation of these major occurrences: charting economic history from the nineteenth to twenty first centuries. The book contains a host of pithy but comprehensive essays written by top scholars focusing on the economics of individual events in economic history and the episodic nature of events, the collection of which over time make up our historical economic record.