It was built between 1228 and 1235 with the support of Louis IX. Several members of the French Royal family were buried here (and not in Saint Denis Basilica), for example, three children and two grandchildren of Louis IX.
In the early 20th century, the abbey was bought by the Goüin family who in 1964 created the Royaumont Foundation, the first private French cultural foundation. Today, the abbey is a tourist attraction and also serves as a cultural centre.
Divergences in productivity between Europe and the United States; measuring and explaining productivity gaps between developed countries.(Brief Article)(Book Review)
May 01, 2008; 9781847206411 Divergences in productivity between Europe and the United States; measuring and explaining productivity gaps...