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Between 1850 and 1970, Sweden had the highest economic growth rate in the world next to Japan and became one of the world’s wealthiest nations in terms of GDP per capita. During the period 1790-1815 Sweden experienced two parallel economic movements: an agricultural revolution with larger agricultural estates (land reclamation - Enclosure Act of Sweden), the crown transferring areas to private farmers, new crops and farming tools and a commercialization of farming, and a protoindustrialisation, with small industries being established in the countryside and with workers switching between agricultural work in the summer season and industrial production in the The agricultural revolution and the conditions of the rural poor, southern Sweden, 1750–1860 † Martin Dribe Centre for Economic Demography and Department of Economic History, Lund University, Sweden, P.O. Box 7083, 220 07 Lund, Sweden In the 19th grain quickly became Sweden’s number one export (instead of being an import). Growth of dairy sector and industrialization (1860–1960) From the late 1860s, dairy production, and in particular production of butter, became more and more central to the Swedish agricultural economy. A progressively larger portion of the farmland was devoted to fodder production, and the farmed area increased until the 1920s.
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The agricultural revolution in Sweden : 1700-1870 / Carl-Johan Gadd Gadd, Carl-Johan, 1948- (författare) Lund : Nordic Academic Press, 2011 Engelska. Ingår i: The agrarian history of Sweden : from 4000 BC to AD 2000. - 2011. - 9789185509560 ; S. -165 : ill.
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Baltic Compass “The Agricultural Revolution in Sweden, 1700–1870.” In The Agrarian History of Sweden: From 4000 BC to AD 2000, edited by Janken Myrdal and Mats Morell, Competition and market: Swedish views on Estonia's agricultural development and butter export 1918-39 Recasting the peacful revolution of´ 89. Roots and av JC Plantin · 2013 · Citerat av 5 — Swedish agricultural production, 1800-1860 », paper presented at Svenska The agricultural revolution in Sweden 1700-1870 », in J. Myrdal & Mats Morell not necessarily reflect those of the Swedish International Development support facilitated the following purposes: a) science, agricultural and technical subjects as well as launched its second revolution with political murders and strikes. 901 87 Umeå, Sweden. Tel: +46 90-786 50 00. Contact us · Find us · Media relations · Departments and units · About the website · Accessibility statement. av RD Hacken · 1983 · Citerat av 2 — economic life without revolution or large-scale nationalization." [Childs, p.