Spain

Reference work entry
Part of the The Statesman's Yearbook book series (SYBK)

Further Reading

  1. Balfour, Sebastian, The Politics of Contemporary Spain. 2004Google Scholar
  2. Barton, Simon, A History of Spain. 2nd ed. 2009CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  3. Carr, Raymond, (ed.) Spain: A History. 2000Google Scholar
  4. Chaqués Bonafont, Laura, Palau, Anna M. and Baumgartner, Frank R., Agenda Dynamics in Spain. 2015Google Scholar
  5. Closa, Carlos and Heywood, Paul, Spain and the European Union. 2004CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  6. Conversi, D., The Basques, The Catalans and Spain. 1997Google Scholar
  7. Gunther, Richard, Democracy in Modern Spain. 2004Google Scholar
  8. Gunther, Richard and Montero, José Ramón, The Politics of Spain. 2009Google Scholar
  9. Harrison, Joseph and Corkhill, David, Spain: A Modern European Economy. 2004Google Scholar
  10. Heywood, P., The Government and Politics of Spain. 1995CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  11. Hooper, John, The New Spaniards. 2nd ed. revised. 2006Google Scholar
  12. Payne, Stanley G., Spain: A Unique History. 2011Google Scholar
  13. Phillips, William D., Jr and Phillips, Carla Rahn, A Concise History of Spain. 2010Google Scholar
  14. Pierson, Peter, The History of Spain. 2008Google Scholar
  15. Royo, Sebastian, Lessons from the Economic Crisis in Spain. 2013Google Scholar
  16. Salvadó, Francisco J. Romero, Twentieth-Century Spain: Politics and Society in Spain, 1898–1998. 1999CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  17. National library: Biblioteca Nacional, Paseo de Recoletos, 20–22, 28071 Madrid.Google Scholar
  18. National Statistical Office: Instituto Nacional de Estadística (INE), Paseo de la Castellana, 183, Madrid. President: Gregorio Izquierdo Llanes.Google Scholar

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