Journal of Economic History (JEcHist)
vol. 26, 1966 – vol. 35, 1975

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JEcHist 26, 1966
Robert P. SWIERENGA, Land Speculator "Profits" Reconsidered: Central Iowa as a Test Case, in: JEcHist 26, 1966, p. 1
Robert HARTWELL, Markets, Technology and the Structure of Enterprise in the Development of the Eleventh-Century Chinese Iron and Steel Industry, in: JEcHist 26, 1966, p. 29
Arlon TUSSING, Structural Change in Labor Input during Industrialization: The Case of Yamanashi Prefecture in the Meiji Era, in: JEcHist 26, 1966, p. 59
W.W. FLINN, Agricultural Productivity and Economic Growth in England, 1700-1760: A Comment, in: JEcHist 26, 1966, p. 93
William N. PARKER, Old Wine in New Bottles: A Review of the Cambridge Economic History, Volume VI, in: JEcHist 26, 1966, p. 99
Marc NERLOVE, Railroads and American Economic Growth, in: JEcHist 26, 1966, p. 107
   Editors' Notes, p. 116
   Reviews of Books, p. 117
Robert F. SEVERSON Jr.; James F. NISS; Richard D. WINKELMAN, Mortgage Borrowing as a Frontier Developed, in: JEcHist 26, 1966, p. 147
John Joseph MURPHY, Entrepreneurship in the Establishment of the American Clock Industry, in: JEcHist 26, 1966, p. 169
Peter TEMIN, Steam and Waterpower in the Early Nineteenth Century, in: JEcHist 26, 1966, p. 187
Paul B. TRESCOTT, Federal Government Receipts and Expenditures, 1861-1875, in: JEcHist 26, 1966, p. 206
Elmus R. WICKER, A Reconsideration of Federal Reserve Policy during the 1920-1921 Depression, in: JEcHist 26, 1966, p. 223
Colin FORSTER, Perspective in Recent Japanese Economic Growth, in: JEcHist 26, 1966, p. 239
   Reviews of Books, p. 244
Peter TEMIN, Labor Scarcity and the Problem of American Industrial Efficiency in the 1850's, in: JEcHist 26, 1966, p. 277
R.H. GREEN; S.H. HYMER, Cocoa in the Gold Coast: A Study in the Relations between African Farmers and Agricultural Experts, in: JEcHist 26, 1966, p. 299
Irwin FELLER, The Draper Loom in New England Textiles, 1894-1914: A Study of Diffusion of an Innovation, in: JEcHist 26, 1966, p. 320
Martin L. PRIMACK, Farm Capital Formation as a Use of Farm Labor in the United States, 1850-1910, in: JEcHist 26, 1966, p. 348
Vincent PONKO Jr., Economic Management in a Free-Trade Empire: The Work of the Crown Agents for the Colonies in the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries, in: JEcHist 26, 1966, p. 363
   Reviews of Books, p. 378
Harold F. WILLIAMSON, Business History and Economic History, in: JEcHist 26, 1966, p. 407
Albert FISHLOW, Levels of Nineteenth-Century American Investment in Education, in: JEcHist 26, 1966, p. 418
Stanley LEBERGOTT, United States Transport Advance and Externalities, in: JEcHist 26, 1966, p. 437
Harry N. SCHEIBER, Discussion of papers by Albert Fishlow and Stanley Lebergott, in: JEcHist 26, 1966, p. 462
Martin WOLFE, French Views on Wealth and Taxes from the Middle Ages to the Old Regime, in: JEcHist 26, 1966, p. 466
Richard TILLY, The Political Economy of Public Finance and the Industrialization of Prussia, 1815-1866, in: JEcHist 26, 1966, p. 484
T.K. SHOYAMA, Public Services and Regional Development in Canada, in: JEcHist 26, 1966, p. 498
Lance E. DAVIS; John LEGLER, The Government in the American Economy, 1815-1902: A Quantitative Study, in: JEcHist 26, 1966, p. 514
Duncan MCDOUGALL, Discussion of Papers by T.K. Shoyama and Lance E. Davis with John Legler, in: JEcHist 26, 1966, p. 553
Gaston V. RIMLINGER, Welfare Policy and Economic Development: A Comparative Historical Perspective, in: JEcHist 26, 1966, p. 556
Gordon C. BJORK, Discussion of Paper by Gaston V. Rimlinger, in: JEcHist 26, 1966, p. 572
Jon S. COHEN, Finance and Industrialization in Italy, 1894-1914, in: JEcHist 26, 1966, p. 577
George D. GREEN, Banking and Finance in Antebellum Louisiana: Their Influence on the Course of Economic Development, in: JEcHist 26, 1966, p. 579
John P. MCKAY, Foreign Entrepreneuriship in Russian Industrialization, 1880-1914, in: JEcHist 26, 1966, p. 582
R. Marvin MCINNIS, Regional Income Differentials in Canada, 1911-1961, in: JEcHist 26, 1966, p. 586
Robert F. NEILL, The Content and Context of the Work of H.A. Innis, in: JEcHist 26, 1966, p. 589
William D. WALSH, The Diffusion of Technological Change in the Pennsylvania Pig Iron Industry, 1850-1870: A Summary, in: JEcHist 26, 1966, p. 591
Gary M. WALTON, A Quantitative Study of American Colonial Shipping: A Summary, in: JEcHist 26, 1966, p. 595
William N. PARKER, Discussion of doctoral dissertation summaries, in: JEcHist 26, 1966, p. 599
   Editors' Notes, p. 606
   Reviews of Books, p. 607


JEcHist 27, 1967
Harold G. VATTER, Has There Been a Twentieth-Century Consumer Durables Revolution?, in: JEcHist 27, 1967, p. 1
Maurice WILKINSON, Evidences of Long Swings in the Growth of Swedish Population and Related Economic Variables, 1860-1965, in: JEcHist 27, 1967, p. 17
Rudolph C. BLITZ, Mercantilist Policies and the Pattern of World Trade, 1500-1750, in: JEcHist 27, 1967, p. 39
John K. CHANG, Industrial Development of Mainland China, 1912-1949, in: JEcHist 27, 1967, p. 56
John J. MCCUSKER, Colonial Tonnage Measurement: Five Philadelphia Merchant Ships as a Sample, in: JEcHist 27, 1967, p. 82
J.R.T. HUGHES, Bank of England Reserve Policy, in: JEcHist 27, 1967, p. 92
   Editors' Notes, p. 94
   Reviews of Books, p. 95
Paul A. DAVID, The Growth of Real Product in the United States before 1840: New Evidence, Controlled Conjectures, in: JEcHist 27, 1967, p. 151
Kozo YAMAMURA, The Role of the Samurai in the Development of Modern Banking in Japan, in: JEcHist 27, 1967, p. 198
Nathan ROSENBERG, Anglo-American Wage Differences in the 1820's, in: JEcHist 27, 1967, p. 221
Robert W. HARBESON, Railroads and Regulation, 1877-1916: Conspiracy or Public Interest?, in: JEcHist 27, 1967, p. 230
John H. LORANT, Technological Change in American Manufacturing during the 1920's, in: JEcHist 27, 1967, p. 243
   Editors' Notes, p. 247
   Reviews of Books, p. 248
Robert William FOGEL, The Specification Problem in Economic History, in: JEcHist 27, 1967, p. 283
George Rogers TAYLOR, American Urban Growth Preceding the Railway Age, in: JEcHist 27, 1967, p. 309
Hermann KELLENBENZ, The Impact of Growth on Government: The Example of Spain, in: JEcHist 27, 1967, p. 340
Jon S. COHEN, Financing Industrialization in Italy, 1894-1914: The Partial Transformation of a Late-Comer, in: JEcHist 27, 1967, p. 363
Ian M. DRUMMOND, Labor Scarcity and the Problem of American Industrial Efficiency in the 1850's: A Comment, in: JEcHist 27, 1967, p. 383
Richard TILLY, Public Finance and the Industrialization of Prussia, 1815-1866: A Correction, in: JEcHist 27, 1967, p. 391
Gary M. WALTON, Colonial Tonnage Measurements: A Comment, in: JEcHist 27, 1967, p. 392
   Reviews of Books, p. 398
Alexander GERSCHENKRON, The Discipline and I, in: JEcHist 27, 1967, p. 443
Arcadius KAHAN, Government Policies and the Industrialization of Russia, in: JEcHist 27, 1967, p. 460
Dwight H. PERKINS, Government as an Obstacle to Industrialization: The Case of Nineteenth-Centry China, in: JEcHist 27, 1967, p. 478
Herman FREUDENBERGER, State Intervention as an Obstacle to Economic Growth in the Habsburg Monarchy, in: JEcHist 27, 1967, p. 493
Henry W. BROWDE, Discussion of Papers by Arcadius Kahan, Dwight Perkins and Herman Freudenberger, in: JEcHist 27, 1967, p. 510
Kozo YAMAMURA, Discussion of papers by Arcadius Kahan, Dwight H. Perkins and Herman Freundenberger, in: JEcHist 27, 1967, p. 512
Hugh G.J. AITKEN, Discussion of Papers by Arcadius Kahan, Dwight Perkins and Herman Freudenberger, in: JEcHist 27, 1967, p. 515
Alfred H. CONRAD; John R. MEYER, Slavery as an Obstacle to Economic Growth in the United States: A Panel Discussion, in: JEcHist 27, 1967, p. 518
Douglas DOWD, Slavery as an Obstacle to Economic Growth in the United States: A Panel Discussion, in: JEcHist 27, 1967, p. 531
Eli GINZBERG, Slavery as an Obstacle to Economic Growth in the United States: A Panel Discussion, in: JEcHist 27, 1967, p. 538
Richard SUTCH, Slavery as an Obstacle to Economic Growth in the United States: A Panel Discussion, in: JEcHist 27, 1967, p. 540
Stanley ENGERMAN, Slavery as an Obstacle to Economic Growth in the United States: A Panel Discussion, in: JEcHist 27, 1967, p. 541
Charles KELSO, Slavery as an Obstacle to Economic Growth in the United States: A Panel Discussion, in: JEcHist 27, 1967, p. 544
Harry N. SCHEIBER, Slavery as an Obstacle to Economic Growth in the United States: A Panel Discussion, in: JEcHist 27, 1967, p. 547
Sigmund DIAMOND, Values as an Obstacle to Economic Growth: The American Colonies, in: JEcHist 27, 1967, p. 561
M.M. POSTAN, Investment in Medieval Agriculture, in: JEcHist 27, 1967, p. 576
Morris David MORRIS, Values as an Obstacle to Economic Growth in South Asia: A Historical Survey, in: JEcHist 27, 1967, p. 588
Donald R. ADAMS Jr., Wage Rates in Philadelphia, 1790-1830, in: JEcHist 27, 1967, p. 608
James D. FOUST, The Yeoman Farmer and Westward Exapnsion of U.S. Cotton Production, in: JEcHist 27, 1967, p. 611
Ramon KNAUERHASE, The Compound Marine Steam Engine: A Study in the Relationship between Technological Change and Economic Development, in: JEcHist 27, 1967, p. 615
Barbara Lewis SOLOW, The Irish Land Question after 1870, in: JEcHist 27, 1967, p. 618
Richard SYLLA, Finance and Capital in the United States, 1850-1900, in: JEcHist 27, 1967, p. 621
Thomas WEISS, The Service Sector in the United States, 1839-1899, in: JEcHist 27, 1967, p. 625
Dudley DILLARD, Discussion of Papers by Donald R. Adams, Jr., James D. Foust, Ramon Knauerhase, Barbara Lewis Solow, Richard Sylla and Thomas Weiss, in: JEcHist 27, 1967, p. 629
   Reviews of Books, p.

JEcHist 28, 1968
Lars G. SANDBERG, Movements in the Quality of British Cotton Textile Exports 1815-1913, in: JEcHist 28, 1968, p. 1
Thomas D. WILLETT, International Specie Flows and American Monetary Stability: 1834-1860, in: JEcHist 28, 1968, p. 28
David R. RINGROSE, Transportation and Economic Stagnation in Eighteenth-Century Castile, in: JEcHist 28, 1968, p. 51
Nachum T. GROSS, An Estimate of Industrial Product in Austria in 1841, in: JEcHist 28, 1968, p. 80
Peter D. MCCLELLAND, Railroads, American Growth and the New Economic History: A Critique, in: JEcHist 28, 1968, p. 102
Peter TEMIN, Labor Scarcity and the Problem of American Industrial Efficiency in the 1850's: A Reply, in: JEcHist 28, 1968, p. 124
Robert William FOGEL, The Specification Problem in Economic History: A Correction, in: JEcHist 28, 1968, p. 126
   Editors' Notes, p. 127
   Reviews of Books, p. 128
Joseph J. SPENGLER, Right to Work: A Backward Glance, in: JEcHist 28, 1968, p. 171
Scott M. EDDIE, Agricultural Production and Output per Worker in Hungary, 1870-1913, in: JEcHist 28, 1968, p. 197
R.A. CHURCH, The Effect of the American Export Invasion on the British Boot and Shoe Industry, 1885-1914, in: JEcHist 28, 1968, p. 223
Fred BATEMAN, Improvement in American Dairy Farming, 1850-1910: A Quantitative Analysis, in: JEcHist 28, 1968, p. 255
Noel G. BUTLIN, A New Plea for the Separation of Ireland, in: JEcHist 28, 1968, p. 274
   Editors' Notes, p. 292
   Reviews of Books, p. 293
Samuel Pao-San HO, Agricultural Transformation under Colonialism: The Case of Taiwan, in: JEcHist 28, 1968, p. 313
Louis GALAMBOS, The Agrarian Image of the Large Corporation, 1879-1920: A Study in Social Accomodation, in: JEcHist 28, 1968, p. 341
Gary M. WALTON, New Evidence on Colonial Commerce, in: JEcHist 28, 1968, p. 363
Ramon KNAUERHASE, The Compound Steam Engine and Productivity Changes in the German Merchant Marine Fleet, 1871-1887, in: JEcHist 28, 1968, p. 390
Donald R. ADAMS Jr., Wage Rates in the Early National Period: Philadelphia, 1785-1830, in: JEcHist 28, 1968, p. 404
Roger L. RANSOM, British Policy and Colonial Growth: Some Implications of the Burden from the Navigation Acts, in: JEcHist 28, 1968, p. 427
Robert Paul THOMAS, British Imperial Policy and the Economic Interpretation of the American Revolution, in: JEcHist 28, 1968, p. 436
   Editors' Notes, p. 441
   Reviews of Books, p. 442
Armand O. CITARELLA, Patters in Medieval Trade: The Commerce of Amalfi before the Crusades, in: JEcHist 28, 1968, p. 531
Arthur H. COLE, Economic History in the United States: Formative Years of a Discipline, in: JEcHist 28, 1968, p. 556
Frederic C. LANE, Pepper Prices before Da Gama, in: JEcHist 28, 1968, p. 590
Lawrence H. OFFICER; Lawrence B. SMITH, The Canadian-American Reciprocity Treaty of 1855 to 1866, in: JEcHist 28, 1968, p. 598
Lars G. SANDBERG, The Draper Loom in New England Textiles: A Comment, in: JEcHist 28, 1968, p. 624
Irwin FELLER, The Draper Loom in New England Textiles: A Reply, in: JEcHist 28, 1968, p. 628
Thomas WEISS, Unted States Transport Advance and Externalities: A Comment, in: JEcHist 28, 1968, p. 631
Stanley LEBERGOTT, United States Transport Advance and Externalities: A Reply, in: JEcHist 28, 1968, p. 635
   Editors' Notes, p. 636
   Reviews of Books, p. 637

JEcHist 29, 1969
Frederic C. LANE, Meanings of Capitalism, in: JEcHist 29, 1969, p. 5
R.M. HARTWELL, Economic Growth in England before the Industrial Revolution: Some Methodological Issues, in: JEcHist 29, 1969, p. 13
Irfan HABID, Potentialities of Capitalistic Development in the Economy of Mughal India, in: JEcHist 29, 1969, p. 32
Subhi Y. LABIB, Capitalism in Medieval Islam, in: JEcHist 29, 1969, p. 79
Halil INALCIK, Capital Formation in the Ottoman Empire, in: JEcHist 29, 1969, p. 97
Yasukazu TAKENAKA, Endogenous Formation and Development of Capitalism in Japan, in: JEcHist 29, 1969, p. 141
Gabriel TORTELLA, Banking and Industry in Spain, 1829-1874, in: JEcHist 29, 1969, p. 163
Lewis C. SOLMON, Capital Formation by Expenditures on Formal Education, 1880 and 1890, in: JEcHist 29, 1969, p. 167
Donald N. MCCLOSKEY, The British Iron and Steel Industry, 1870-1914: A Study of the Climacteric in Productivity, in: JEcHist 29, 1969, p. 173
Stefano FENOALTEA, Public Policy and Italian Industrial Development, 1861-1913, in: JEcHist 29, 1969, p. 176
Richard ROEHL, Plan and Reality in a Medieval Monastic Economy: The Cistercians, in: JEcHist 29, 1969, p. 180
Lance DAVIS, Discussion: Five Neophytes in Search of a Mentor, in: JEcHist 29, 1969, p. 183
   Editors' Notes, p. 189
R. Burr LITCHFIELD, Demographic Characteristics of Florentine Patrician Families, Sixteenth to Nineteenth Centuries, in: JEcHist 29, 1969, p. 191
Fred BATEMAN, Labor Inputs and Productivity in American Dairy Agriculture, 1850-1910, in: JEcHist 29, 1969, p. 206
James F. SHEPHERD; Gary M. WALTON, Estimates of "Invisible" Earnings in the Balance of Payments of the British North American Colonies, 1768-1772, in: JEcHist 29, 1969, p. 230
Herbert HEATON, Thomas Southcliffe Ashton, 1889-1968: A Memoir [Obituary], in: JEcHist 29, 1969, p. 264
David KLINAMAN, The Significance of Grain in the Development of the Tobacco Colonies, in: JEcHist 29, 1969, p. 268
Lee C. SOLTOW, Evidence on Income Inequality in the United States, 1886-1965, in: JEcHist 29, 1969, p. 279
Martin L. PRIMACK, Farm Fencing in the Nineteenth Century, in: JEcHist 29, 1969, p. 287
James Stephen TAYLOR, The Mythology of the Old Poor Law, in: JEcHist 29, 1969, p. 292
Richard TILLY, Soll und Haben: Recent German Economic History and the Problem of Economic Development, in: JEcHist 29, 1969, p. 298
   Reviews of Books, p. 320
David J. LOSCHKY; Donald F. KRIER, Income and Family Size in Three Eighteenth-Century Lancashire Parishes: A Reconstitution Study, in: JEcHist 29, 1969, p. 429
Steven L. BARSBY, Economic Backwardness and the Characteristics of Development, in: JEcHist 29, 1969, p. 449
Nathaniel H. LEFF, Long-term Brazilian Economic Development, in: JEcHist 29, 1969, p. 473
Harold C. LIVESAY; Patrick G. PORTER, Vertical Integration in American Manufacturing, 1899-1948, in: JEcHist 29, 1969, p. 494
Gerald GUNDERSON, Issues in the Measurement of Efficiency of American Dairy Farming, 1850-1910: A Comment, in: JEcHist 29, 1969, p. 501
Fred BATEMAN, Issues in the Measurement of Efficiency of American Dairy Farming, 1850-1910: A Reply, in: JEcHist 29, 1969, p. 506
Jan Warren DUGGER; Ronald F. ROST, National Bank Note Redemption and Treasury Cash, in: JEcHist 29, 1969, p. 512
Barry W. POULSON, Estimates of the Value of Manufacturing Output in the Early Nineteenth Century, in: JEcHist 29, 1969, p. 521
J.R.T. HUGHES, Henry Mayhew's London, in: JEcHist 29, 1969, p. 526
Rondo CAMERON, The Internationan Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, in: JEcHist 29, 1969, p. 537
   Editors' Notes, p. 542
   Reviews of Books, p. 543
Allen C. KELLEY, Demographic Cycles and Economic Growth: The Long Swing Reconsidered, in: JEcHist 29, 1969, p. 633
Richard SYLLA, Federal Policy, Banking Market Structure and Capital Mobilization in the United States, 1863-1913, in: JEcHist 29, 1969, p. 657
Thomas C. SMITH, Farm Family By-Employments in Preindustrial Japan, in: JEcHist 29, 1969, p. 687
Donald B. KEESING, Structural Change Early in Development: Mexico's Changing Industrial and Occupational Structure from 1895 to 1950, in: JEcHist 29, 1969, p. 716
Robert V. EAGLY, Monetary Policy and Politics in Mid-Eighteenth-Century Sweden, in: JEcHist 29, 1969, p. 739
Warren F. KIMBALL, "Beggar My Neightbor": America and the British Interim Finance Crisis, 1940-1941, in: JEcHist 29, 1969, p. 758
   Reviews of Books, p. 773

JEcHist 30, 1970
William N. PARKER, Introductory Note, in: JEcHist 30, 1970, p. 1
Shepard B. CLOUGH, A Half-Century in Ecnomic History: Auto-Biographical Reflections, in: JEcHist 30, 1970, p. 4
Evsey D. DOMAR, The Causes of Slavery or Serfdom: A Hypothesis, in: JEcHist 30, 1970, p. 18
Stephen H. HYMER, Econoic Forms in Pre-Colonial Ghana, in: JEcHist 30, 1970, p. 33
Stephen A. RESNICK, The Decline of Rural Industry under Export Exapnsion: A Comparison among Burma, Philippines and Thailand, 1870-1938, in: JEcHist 30, 1970, p. 51
R. Stephen WARNER, The Role of Religious Ideas and the Use of Models in Max Weber's Comparative Studies of Non-Capitalist States, in: JEcHist 30, 1970, p. 74
Joyce F. RIEGELHAUPT; Shepard FORMAN, Bodo was Never Brazilian: Economic Integration and Rural Development among a Contemporary Peasantry, in: JEcHist 30, 1970, p. 100
Abraham ROTSTEIN, Karl Polanyi's Concept of Non-Market Trade, in: JEcHist 30, 1970, p. 117
Lance DAVIS; Douglass NORTH, Institutional Change and American Economic Growth: A First Step towards a Theory of Institutional Innovation, in: JEcHist 30, 1970, p. 131
W.W. ROSTOW, The Past Quarter-Century as Economic History and the Tasks of International Economic Organization, in: JEcHist 30, 1970, p. 150
Alfred D. CHANDLER; Louis GALAMBOS, The Development of Large-Scale Economic Organizations in Modern America, in: JEcHist 30, 1970, p. 201
Everett E. HAGEN, The Internal Functioning of Capitalist Organizations, in: JEcHist 30, 1970, p. 222
Reinhold C. MUELLER, The Produratori di San Marco and the Venetian Credit Market: A Study of the Development of Credit and Banking in the Trecento, in: JEcHist 30, 1970, p. 240
John J. MCCUSKER, The Rum Trade and the Balance of Payments of the Thirteen Continental Colonies, in: JEcHist 30, 1970, p. 244
John D. POST, The Economic Crisis of 1816-1817 and its Social and Political Consequences, in: JEcHist 30, 1970, p. 248
Terry Mark ALDRICH, Rates of Return Earned on Investment in Formal Technical Education in the Ante-Bellum American Economy, in: JEcHist 30, 1970, p. 251
Louis CAIN, The Sanitary District of Chicago: A Case Study in Water Use and Conservation, in: JEcHist 30, 1970, p. 256
Charles K. HARLEY, British Shipbuilding and Merchant Shipping: 1850-1890, in: JEcHist 30, 1970, p. 262
Thorvald MOE, Some Economic Aspects of Norwegian Population Movements 1740-1950: An Econometric Study, in: JEcHist 30, 1970, p. 267
Warren SANDERSON, The Fertility of American Women since 1920, in: JEcHist 30, 1970, p. 271
Richard D. WOLFF, Economic Aspects of British Colonialism in Kenya, 1895 to 1930, in: JEcHist 30, 1970, p. 273
Thomas RIDER, The Tariff Policy of the Government of India and Industrial Development, 1894-1934, in: JEcHist 30, 1970, p. 278
   Editors' Notes, p. 288
Carter GOODRICH, Internal Improvements Reconsidered, in: JEcHist 30, 1970, p. 289
Paul J. USELDING, Henry Burden and the Question of Anglo-American Technological Transfer in the Nineteenth Century, in: JEcHist 30, 1970, p. 312
Albert FEUERWERKER, Handicraft and Manufactured Cotton Textiles in China, 1871-1910, in: JEcHist 30, 1970, p. 338
Albert A. BLUM; J. Douglas SMYTH, Who Should Serve: Pre-World War II Planning for the Selective Service, in: JEcHist 30, 1970, p. 379
Craufurd D. GOODWIN, British Econmists and Australian Gold, in: JEcHist 30, 1970, p. 405
Robert E. ANKLI, Canadian-American Reciprocity: A Comment, in: JEcHist 30, 1970, p. 427
Lawrence H. OFFICER; Lawrence B. SMITH, Canadian-American Reciprocity: A Reply, in: JEcHist 30, 1970, p. 432
Gary M. WALTON, Productivity Change in Ocean Shipping after 1870: A Comment, in: JEcHist 30, 1970, p. 435
Theodore MORGAN, The Decline of Rural Industry under Export and Economic Forms in Pre-Colonial Ghana: Comments, in: JEcHist 30, 1970, p. 442
   Editors' Notes, p. 446
   Reviews of Books, p. 448
Donald R. ADAMS Jr., Some Evidence on English and American Wage Rates, 1790-1830, in: JEcHist 30, 1970, p. 498
Paul A. DAVID, Learning by Doing and Tariff Protection: A Reconsideration of the Case of the Ante-Bellum United States Cotton Textile Industry, in: JEcHist 30, 1970, p. 521
Lloyd J. MERCER, Rates of Return for Land-Grant Rail Roads: The Central Pacific System, in: JEcHist 30, 1970, p. 602
Lynn MUCHMORE, The Banking Crisis of 1933: Some Iowa Evidence, in: JEcHist 30, 1970, p. 627
Fritz REDLICH, Arthur Spiethoff on Economic Styles, in: JEcHist 30, 1970, p. 640
Lars G. SANDBERG, Monetary Policy and Politics in Mid-Eighteenth-Century Sweden: A Comment, in: JEcHist 30, 1970, p. 653
Robert V. EAGLY, Monetary Policy and Politics in Mid-Eighteenth-Century Sweden: A Reply, in: JEcHist 30, 1970, p. 655
Albert W. NIEMI Jr., The Development of Industrial Structure in Southern New England, in: JEcHist 30, 1970, p. 657
   Editors' Notes, p. 663
   Reviews of Books, p. 664
Arthur H. COLE, The Committee on Research in Ecnomic History: An Historical Sketch, in: JEcHist 30, 1970, p. 723
Frank J. COPPA, The Italian Tariff and the Conflict between Agriculture and Industry: The Commercial Policy of Liberal Italy, 1860-1922, in: JEcHist 30, 1970, p. 742
Roger W. WEISS, The Issue of Paper Money in the American Colonies, 1720-1774, in: JEcHist 30, 1970, p. 770
Jay R. MANDLE, Population and Economic Change: The Emergence of the Rice Industry in Guyana, 1895-1915, in: JEcHist 30, 1970, p. 785
Richard C. EDWARDS, Economic Sophistication in Nineteenth Century Congressinal Tariff Debates, in: JEcHist 30, 1970, p. 802
Stanley LEBERGOTT, Migration within the U.S., 1800-1960: Some New Estimates, in: JEcHist 30, 1970, p. 839
Dean A. DUDLEY, Bank Born of Revelation: The Kirtland Safte Society Anti-Banking Company, in: JEcHist 30, 1970, p. 848
Terence R. GOURVISH, A Note on Bread Prices in London and Glasgow, 1788-1815, in: JEcHist 30, 1970, p. 854
Robert EVANS Jr., Some Notes on Coerced Labor, in: JEcHist 30, 1970, p. 861
   Editors' Notes, p. 867
   Reviews of Books, p. 868

JEcHist 31, 1971
Alfred D. CHANDLER Jr.; Louis GALAMBOS, An Anniversary Message, in: JEcHist 31, 1971, p. 1
William N. PARKER, From Old to New to Old in Economic History, in: JEcHist 31, 1971, p. 3
Albert FISHLOW; Robert W. FOGEL, Quantitative Economic History. An Interim Evaluation. Past Trends and Present Tendencies, in: JEcHist 31, 1971, p. 15
Joseph SWANSON; Jeffrey WILLIAMSON, Explanations and Issues: A Prospectus for Quantitative Economic History, in: JEcHist 31, 1971, p. 43
Peter TEMIN, General-Equilibrium Models in Economic History, in: JEcHist 31, 1971, p. 58
James H. SOLTOW, American Institutional Studies: Present Knowledge and Past Trends, in: JEcHist 31, 1971, p. 87
Arthur M. JOHNSON, Agenda for the 1970's: The Firm and the Industry, in: JEcHist 31, 1971, p. 106
Douglass C. NORTH, Institutional Change and Economic Growth, in: JEcHist 31, 1971, p. 118
François CROUZET, The Economic History of Modern Europe, in: JEcHist 31, 1971, p. 135
David HERLIHY, The Economy of Traditional Europe, in: JEcHist 31, 1971, p. 153
Robert S. LOPEZ, Agenda for Medieval Studies, in: JEcHist 31, 1971, p. 165
Harry MISKIMIN, Agenda for Early Modern Economic History, in: JEcHist 31, 1971, p. 172
Charles TILLY; Richard TILLY, Agenda for European Economic History, in: JEcHist 31, 1971, p. 184
Kozo YAMAMURA, Agenda for Asian Economic History, in: JEcHist 31, 1971, p. 199
David COHEN, Agenda for African Economic History, in: JEcHist 31, 1971, p. 208
Shane J. HUNT; Stanley J. STEIN, Principal Currents in the Economic History of Latin America, in: JEcHist 31, 1971, p. 222
Peter J. HILL, The Economic Impact of Immigration into the United States, in: JEcHist 31, 1971, p. 260
Paul USELDING, Studies in the Technological Development of the American Economy during the First Half of the Nineteenth Century, in: JEcHist 31, 1971, p. 264
Jan de VRIES, The Role of the Rural Sector in the Development of the Dutch Economy: 1500-1700, in: JEcHist 31, 1971, p. 266
Franklin MENDELS, Industrialization and Population Pressure in Eighteenth-Century Flanders, in: JEcHist 31, 1971, p. 269
Alan L. OLMSTEAD, New York City Mutual Savings Banks in the Ante-Bellum Years: A Dissertation Summary, in: JEcHist 31, 1971, p. 272
Clayne POPE, The Impact of the Ante-Bellum Tariff on Income Distribution, in: JEcHist 31, 1971, p. 276
Charles E. SEAGRAVE, The Southern Negro Agricultural Worker: 1850-1870, in: JEcHist 31, 1971, p. 279
Mary J. OATES, The Role of the Cotton Textile Industry in the Economic Development of the American Southeast: 1900-1940, in: JEcHist 31, 1971, p. 281
   Editors' Notes, p. 293
Charles M. FRANKS; William W. MCCORMICK, A Self-Generating Model of Long-Swings for the American Economy, 1860-1940, in: JEcHist 31, 1971, p. 295
Reed BROWNING, The Duke of Newcastle and the Financing of the Seven Years' War, in: JEcHist 31, 1971, p. 344
Kozo YAMAMURA, The Increasing Poverty of the Samurai in Tokugawa Japan, 1600-1868, in: JEcHist 31, 1971, p. 378
Mark ALDRICH, Earnings of American Civil Engineers, 1820-1859, in: JEcHist 31, 1971, p. 407
Robert HIGGS, Race, Skill and Earnings: American Immigrants in 1909, in: JEcHist 31, 1971, p. 420
Vincent J. TARASCIO, Keynes on the Sources of Economic Growth, in: JEcHist 31, 1971, p. 429
Jackson Turner MAIN, Trends in Weath Concentration before 1860, in: JEcHist 31, 1971, p. 445
   Editors' Notes, p. 448
   Reviews of Books, p. 451
David KLINGAMAN, Food Surpluses and Deficits in the American Colonies, 1768-1772, in: JEcHist 31, 1971, p. 553
Maris A. VINOVSKIS, The 1789 Life Table of Edward Wigglesworth, in: JEcHist 31, 1971, p. 570
William K. HUTCHINSON; Samuel H. WILLIAMSON, The Self-Sufficiency of the Antebellum South: Estimates of Food Supply, in: JEcHist 31, 1971, p. 591
Lowell E. GALLAWAY; Richard K. VEDDER, Mobility of Native Americans, in: JEcHist 31, 1971, p. 613
A.G. FORD, British Investment in Argentina and Long Swings, 1880-1914, in: JEcHist 31, 1971, p. 650
David BUNTING, The Truth about "The Truth about the Trusts", in: JEcHist 31, 1971, p. 664
Yhi-Min HO, On Taiwan's Agricultural Transformation under Colonialism: A Critique, in: JEcHist 31, 1971, p. 672
Samuel Pao-San HO, Agricultural Transformation under Colonialism: Reply and Further Observations, in: JEcHist 31, 1971, p. 682
   Editors' Notes, p. 694
   Reviews of Books, p. 695
Allen C. KELLEY; Jeffrey G. WILLIAMSON, Writing History Backwards: Meiji Japan Revisited, in: JEcHist 31, 1971, p. 729
Douglass C. NORTH; Robert Paul THOMAS, The Rise and Fall of the Manorial System: A Theoretical Model, in: JEcHist 31, 1971, p. 777
Jean Sylvain WEILLER, Long-run Tendencies in Foreign Trade: With a Statistical Study of French Foreign Trade Structure, 1871-1939, in: JEcHist 31, 1971, p. 804
Lee SOLTOW, Economic Inequality in the United States in the Period from 1790 to 1860, in: JEcHist 31, 1971, p. 822
John A. TOMASKE, The Determinants of Intercountry Differences in European Emigration: 1881-1900, in: JEcHist 31, 1971, p. 840
Donald SCHAEFER; Thomas WEISS, The Use of Simulation Techniques in Historical Analysis: Railroads versus Canals, in: JEcHist 31, 1971, p. 854
Lowell E. GALLAWAY; Richard K. VEDDER, Emigration from the United Kingdom to the United States: 1860-1913, in: JEcHist 31, 1971, p. 885
Nachum GROSS, Economic Growth and the Consumption of Coal in Austria and Hungary, 1831-1913, in: JEcHist 31, 1971, p. 898
Peter PASSELL, The Impact of Cotton Land Distribution on the Antebellum Economy, in: JEcHist 31, 1971, p. 917
   Editors' Notes, p. 938
   Reviews of Books, p. 940

JEcHist 32, 1972
Robert W. FOGEL, Current Directions in Economic History, in: JEcHist 32, 1972, p. 1
Ralph W. HIDY, The Road We Are Travelling, in: JEcHist 32, 1972, p. 3
Donald N. MCCLOSKEY, The Enclosure of Open Fields: Preface to a Study of Its Impact on the Efficiency of English Agriculture in the Eighteenth Century, in: JEcHist 32, 1972, p. 15
John MCMANUS, An Economic Analysis of Indian Behavior in the North American Fur Trade, in: JEcHist 32, 1972, p. 36
William M. LANDES; Lewis C. SOLMON, Compulsory Schooling Legislation: An Economic Analysis of Law and Social Change in the Nineteenth Century, in: JEcHist 32, 1972, p. 54
Alice Hanson JONES, Wealth Estimates for the New England Colonies about 1770, in: JEcHist 32, 1972, p. 98
James F. SHEPHERD; Gary M. WALTON, Trade, Distribution and Economic Growth in Colonial America, in: JEcHist 32, 1972, p. 128
John J. MCCUSKER, Sources of Investment Capital in the Colonial Philadelphia Shipping Industry, in: JEcHist 32, 1972, p. 146
Daniel Scott SMITH, The Demographic History of Colonial New England, in: JEcHist 32, 1972, p. 165
Maris A. VINOVSKIS, Mortality Rates and Trends in Massachusetts before 1860, in: JEcHist 32, 1972, p. 184
Paul HOHENBERG, Change in Rural France in the Period of Industrialization, 1830-1914, in: JEcHist 32, 1972, p. 219
Franklin F. MENDELS, Proto-Industrialization: The First Phase of the Industrialization Process, in: JEcHist 32, 1972, p. 241
Maureen F. MAZZAOUI, The Cotton Industry of Northern Italy in the Late Middle Ages: 1150-1450, in: JEcHist 32, 1972, p. 262
Scott M. EDDIE, The Terms of Trade as a Tax on Agriculture: Hungary's Trade with Austria, 1883-1913, in: JEcHist 32, 1972, p. 298
Robert BRENNER, The Social Basis of English Commercial Expansion, 1550-1650, in: JEcHist 32, 1972, p. 361
Edith M. LANG, The Effect of Net Interregional Migration on Agricultural Income Growth: The United States, 1850-1860, in: JEcHist 32, 1972, p. 393
Stpehen DECANIO, Agricultural Production, Supply and Institutions in the Post-Civil War South, in: JEcHist 32, 1972, p. 396
Lucius F. ELLSWORTH, Craft to National Industry in the Nineteenth Century: A Case Study of the Transformation of the New York State Tanning Industry, in: JEcHist 32, 1972, p. 399
Lester G. LINDLEY, Watered Stock and Control of Telegraph Rates: Early Proposals for Regulating a Public Utility, in: JEcHist 32, 1972, p. 403
Richard Nelson BEAN, The British Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade 1650-1775, in: JEcHist 32, 1972, p. 409
James R. GOLDEN, Investment Behavior by United States Railroads: 1870-1914, in: JEcHist 32, 1972, p. 412
E. Phillip LEVINE, British Slave Trade Suppression Policies, 1821-1865, Impact and Implications, in: JEcHist 32, 1972, p. 415
Hugh ROCKOFF, American Free Banking before the Civil War: A Re-Examination, in: JEcHist 32, 1972, p. 417
   Editors' Notes, p. 428
Ephraim ASHER, Industrial Efficiency and Biased Technical Change in American and British Manufacturing: The Case of Textiles in the Nineteenth Century, in: JEcHist 32, 1972, p. 431
Stanley L. ENGERMAN, Some Economic Issues relating to Railroad Subsidies and the Evaluation of Land Grants, in: JEcHist 32, 1972, p. 443
Anne MAYHEW, A Reappraisal of the Causes of Farm Protest in the United States, 1870-1900, in: JEcHist 32, 1972, p. 464
Richard ROLL, Interest Rates and Price Expectations during the Civil War, in: JEcHist 32, 1972, p. 476
William P. GRAMM, The Real-Balance Effect in the Great Depression, in: JEcHist 32, 1972, p. 499
Robert N. SEIDEL, American Reformers Abroad: The Kemmerer Missions in South America, 1923-1931, in: JEcHist 32, 1972, p. 520
Irving STONE, British Investment in Argentina, in: JEcHist 32, 1972, p. 546
   Editors' Notes, p. 548
   Reviews of Books, p. 551
James MAK; Gary M. WALTON, Steamboats and the Great Productivity Surge in River Transportation, in: JEcHist 32, 1972, p. 619
Roger L. RANSOM; Richard SUTCH, Debt Peonage in the Cotton South after the Civil War, in: JEcHist 32, 1972, p. 641
Paul J. USELDING, Factor Substitution and Labor Productivity Growth in American Manufacturing, 1839-1899, in: JEcHist 32, 1972, p. 670
Lloyd J. MERCER; W. Douglas MORGAN, Internal Funds and Automobile Industry Investment: An Evaluation of the Seltzer Hypothesis, in: JEcHist 32, 1972, p. 682
Jeffrey G. WILLIAMSON, Embodiment, Disembodiment, Learning by Doing and Returns to Scale in Nineteenth-Century Cotton Textiles, in: JEcHist 32, 1972, p. 691
Paul A. DAVID, The Use and Abuse of Prior Information in Econometric History: A Rejoinder to Professor Williamson on the Antebellum Cotton Textile Industry, in: JEcHist 32, 1972, p. 706
Pieter C. EMMER, The History of the Dutch Slave Trade, A Bibliographical Survey, in: JEcHist 32, 1972, p. 728
   Editors' Notes, p. 748
   Reviews of Books, p. 749
James F. SHEPHERD; Samuel H. WILLIAMSON, The Coastal Trade of the British North American Colonies, 1768-1772, in: JEcHist 32, 1972, p. 783
Alan L. OLMSTEAD, Investment Constraints and the New York City Mutual Savings Bank Financing of Antebellum Development, in: JEcHist 32, 1972, p. 811
Donald R. ADAMS Jr., The Bank of Stephen Girard, 1812-1831, in: JEcHist 32, 1972, p. 841
George GARVY, Banking under the Tsars and the Soviets, in: JEcHist 32, 1972, p. 869
Herbert S. KLEIN, The Portuguese Slave Trade from Angola in the Eighteenth Century, in: JEcHist 32, 1972, p. 894
Thomas WEISS, The Industrial Distribution of the Urban and Rural Workforces: Estimates for the United States, 1870-1910, in: JEcHist 32, 1972, p. 919
Andrew JONES, The Rise and Fall of the Manorial System: A Critical Comment, in: JEcHist 32, 1972, p. 938
   Reviews of Books, p. 945

JEcHist 33, 1973
Alfred D. CHANDLER Jr., Decision Making and Modern Institutional Change, in: JEcHist 33, 1973, p. 1
Armen ALCHIAN; Harold DEMSETZ, The Property Rights Paradigm, in: JEcHist 33, 1973, p. 16
R.M. HARTWELL, Good Old Economic History, in: JEcHist 33, 1973, p. 28
Stanley ENGERMAN, Some Considerations Relating to the Property Rights in Man, in: JEcHist 33, 1973, p. 43
Claudia Dale GOLDIN, The Economics of Emancipation, in: JEcHist 33, 1973, p. 66
Arcadius KAHAN, Notes on Serfdom in Western and Eastern Europe, in: JEcHist 33, 1973, p. 86
Joseph D. REID Jr., Sharecropping as an Understandable Market Response — The Post-Bellum South, in: JEcHist 33, 1973, p. 106
Roger RANSOM; Richard SUTCH, The Ex-Slave in the Post-Bellum South: A Study of the Economic Impact of Racism in a Market Environment, in: JEcHist 33, 1973, p. 131
Robert HIGGS, Race, Tenure and Resource Allocation in Southern Agriculture, 1910, in: JEcHist 33, 1973, p. 149
Clyde REED, Transactions Costs and Differential Growth in Seventeenth-Century Western Europe, in: JEcHist 33, 1973, p. 177
Richard BEAN, War and the Birth of the Nation State, in: JEcHist 33, 1973, p. 203
Harry N. SCHEIBER, Property Law, Expropriation and Resource Allocation by Government: The United States, 1789-1910, in: JEcHist 33, 1973, p. 232
Robert KELLER, Factor Income Distribution in the United States during the 1920's: A Reexamination of Fact and Theory, in: JEcHist 33, 1973, p. 252
Philip M. RAUP, Corporate Farming in the United States, in: JEcHist 33, 1973, p. 274
   Editors' Notes, p. 336
Haim BARKAI, The Macro-Economics of Tsarist Russia in the Industrialization Era: Monetary Developments, the Balance of Payments and the Gold Standard, in: JEcHist 33, 1973, p. 369
C.K. HARLEY, On the Persistence of Old Techniques: The Case of North American Wooden Shipbuilding, in: JEcHist 33, 1973, p. 372
Mark ALDRICH, Flexible Exchange Rates, Northern Expansion and the Market for Southern Cotton: 1866-1879, in: JEcHist 33, 1973, p. 399
Anthony F. HERBST; Joseph S.K. WU, Some Evidence of Subsidizaiton: The U.S. Trucking Industry, 1900-1920, in: JEcHist 33, 1973, p. 417
Christopher J. FRENCH, Eighteenth-Century Shipping Tonnage Measurements, in: JEcHist 33, 1973, p. 434
James MAK; Gary M. WALTON, The Persistence of Old Technologies: The Case of Flatboats, in: JEcHist 33, 1973, p. 444
Gavin WRIGHT, New and Old Views on the Economics of Slavery, in: JEcHist 33, 1973, p. 452
   Editors' Notes, p. 467
   Reviews of Books, p. 470
Kozo YAMAMURA, Toward a Reexamination of the Economic History of Tokugawa Japan, 1600-1867, in: JEcHist 33, 1973, p. 509
W.W. ROSTOW, The Beginnings of Modern Growth in Europe: An Essay in Syntesis, in: JEcHist 33, 1973, p. 547
Jeffrey G. WILLIAMSON, Late Nineteenth-Century American Retardation: A Neoclassical Analysis, in: JEcHist 33, 1973, p. 581
Stephen DECANIO, "Overproduction" in Late Nineteenth-Century Southern Agriculture, in: JEcHist 33, 1973, p. 608
Terry L. ANDERSON; Robert Paul THOMAS, White Population, Labor Force and Extensive Growth of the New England Economy in the Seventeenth Century, in: JEcHist 33, 1973, p. 634
   Editors' Notes, p. 668
   Reviews of Books, p. 669
William H. NEWELL, The Agricultural Revolution in Nineteenth-Century France, in: JEcHist 33, 1973, p. 697
J.C. RILEY, Dutch Investment in France, 1781-1787, in: JEcHist 33, 1973, p. 732
David RINGROSE, The Impact of a New Capital City: Madrid, Toledo and New Castile, 1560-1660, in: JEcHist 33, 1973, p. 761
Don C. READING, New Deal Activity and the States, 1933 to 1939, in: JEcHist 33, 1973, p. 792
R. Keith AUFHAUSER, Slavery and Scientific Management, in: JEcHist 33, 1973, p. 811
David A. MARTIN, 1853: The End of Bimetallism in the United States, in: JEcHist 33, 1973, p. 825
David F. GOOD, Backwardness and the Role of Banking in Nineteenth-Century European Industrialization, in: JEcHist 33, 1973, p. 845
Tsuneo ISHIKAWA, Conceptualization of Learning by Doing: A Note on Paul David's "Learning by Doing and … the Ante-Bellum United States Cotton Textile Industry", in: JEcHist 33, 1973, p. 851
William W. BROWN; Morgan O. REYNOLDS, Debt Peonage Re-examined, in: JEcHist 33, 1973, p. 862
   Editors' Notes, p. 872
   Reviews of Books, p. 875

JEcHist 34, 1974
Douglass C. NORTH, Beyond the New Economic History, in: JEcHist 34, 1974, p. 1
Andrew M. WATSON, The Arab Agricultural Revolution and its Diffusion, 700-1100, in: JEcHist 34, 1974, p. 8
R. Keith AUFHAUSER, Slavery and Technological Change, in: JEcHist 34, 1974, p. 36
Robert EVENSON, International Diffusion of Agrarian Technology, in: JEcHist 34, 1974, p. 51
Eric H. ROBINSON, The Early Diffusion of Steam Power, in: JEcHist 34, 1974, p. 91
James E. BRTTAIN, The International Diffusion of Electrical Power Technology, 1870-1920, in: JEcHist 34, 1974, p. 108
Yujiro HAYAMI, Conditions for the Diffusion of Agricultural Technology: An Asian Perspective, in: JEcHist 34, 1974, p. 131
Gary SAXONHOUSE, A Tale of Japanese Technological Diffusion in the Meiji Period, in: JEcHist 34, 1974, p. 149
Mira WILKINS, The Role of Private Business in the International Diffusion of Technology, in: JEcHist 34, 1974, p. 166
David FELIX, Technological Dualism in Late Industrializers: On Theory, History and Policy, in: JEcHist 34, 1974, p. 194
John CHANG; Alexander ECKSTEIN; Kang CHAO, The Economic Development of Manchuria: The Rise of a Frontier Economy, in: JEcHist 34, 1974, p. 239
   Editors' Notes, p. 313
John D. POST, A Study in Meteorological and Trade Cycle History: The Economic Crisis following the Napoleonic Wars, in: JEcHist 34, 1974, p. 315
David GALENSON, The End of the Chisholm Trail, in: JEcHist 34, 1974, p. 350
Joel MOKYR, The Industrial Revolution in the Low Countries in the First Half of the Nineteenth Century: A Comparative Case Study, in: JEcHist 34, 1974, p. 365
Edward MEEKER, The Social Rate of Return on Investment in Public Health, 1880-1910, in: JEcHist 34, 1974, p. 392
Stephen DECANIO, Productivity and Income Distribution in the Post-Bellum South, in: JEcHist 34, 1974, p. 422
Arthur FRAAS, The Second Bank of the United States: An Instrument for an Interregional Monetary Union, in: JEcHist 34, 1974, p. 447
Robert HIGGS, Patterns of Farm Rental in the Georgia Cotton Belt, 1880-1900, in: JEcHist 34, 1974, p. 468
Alan L. OLMSTEAD, Davis vs. Bigelow Revisited: Antebellum American Interest Rates, in: JEcHist 34, 1974, p. 483
Lloyd J. MERCER, Building Ahead of Demand: Some Evidence for the Land Grant Railroads, in: JEcHist 34, 1974, p. 492
   Editors' Notes, p. 501
   Reviews of Books, p. 502
Jacob METZER, Railroad Development and Market Integration: The Case of Tsarist Russia, in: JEcHist 34, 1974, p. 529
Philip COELHO; James SHEPHERD, Differences in Regional Prices: The United States, 1851-1880, in: JEcHist 34, 1974, p. 551
John D. BOWMAN; Richard H. KEEHN, Agricultural Terms of Trade in Four Midwestern States, 1870-1900, in: JEcHist 34, 1974, p. 592
Gavin WRIGHT, Cotton Competition and the Post-Bellum Recovery of the American South, in: JEcHist 34, 1974, p. 610
Jeffrey G. WILLIAMSON, Watersheds and Turning points: Conjectures on the Long-Term Impact of Civil War Financing, in: JEcHist 34, 1974, p. 636
Michelle Burge MCALPIN, Railroads, Prices and Peasant Rationality: India, 1860-1900, in: JEcHist 34, 1974, p. 662
Albro MARTIN, Railroads and the Equity Receivership: An Essay on Institutional Change, in: JEcHist 34, 1974, p. 685
Hugh NEUBURGER; Houston H. STOKES, German Banks and German Growth, 1883-1913: An Empirical View, in: JEcHist 34, 1974, p. 710
Jay R. MANDLE, The Plantation States as a Sub-Region of the Post-Bellum South, in: JEcHist 34, 1974, p. 732
Paul DAVID; Peter TEMIN, Slavery: The Progressive Institution?, in: JEcHist 34, 1974, p. 739
   Editors' Notes, p. 784
   Reviews of Books, p. 785
Alan L. OLMSTEAD, New York City Mutual Savings Bank Portfolio Management and Trustee Objectives, in: JEcHist 34, 1974, p. 815
Richard H. TIMBERLAKE, Denominational Factors in Ninteenth-Century Currency Experience, in: JEcHist 34, 1974, p. 835
Peter H. LINDERT, Land Scarcity and American Growth, in: JEcHist 34, 1974, p. 851
Richard Nelson BEAN; Robert Paul THOMAS, The Fishers of Men: The Profits of the Slave Trade, in: JEcHist 34, 1974, p. 885
Gerald GUNDERSON, The Origin of the American Civil War, in: JEcHist 34, 1974, p. 915
Frank B. TIPTON Jr., Farm Labor and Power Politics: Germany, 1850-1914, in: JEcHist 34, 1974, p. 951
Michael EDELSTEIN, The Determinants of U.K. Investment Abroad, 1870-1913: The U.S. Case, in: JEcHist 34, 1974, p. 980
Robert P. SWIERENGA, The Equity Effects of Public Land Speculation in Iowa: Large versus Small Speculators, in: JEcHist 34, 1974, p. 1008
   Editors' Notes, p. 1021
   Reviews of Books, p. 1022

JEcHist 35, 1975
Sylvia L. THRUPP, Comparative Study in the Barnyard, in: JEcHist 35, 1975, p. 1
Frederic C. LANE, The Rose of Governments in Economic Growth in Early Modern Times, in: JEcHist 35, 1975, p. 8
C.P. KINDLEBERGER, The Rise of Free Trade in Western Europe, 1820-1875, in: JEcHist 35, 1975, p. 20
John R. LAMPE, Varieties of Unsuccessful Industrialization: The Balkan States before 1914, in: JEcHist 35, 1975, p. 56
Edward REYNOLDS, Economic Imperialism: The Case of the Gold Coast, in: JEcHist 35, 1975, p. 94
Michael MONTEÓN, The British in the Atacama Desert: The Cultural Bases of Economic Imperialism, in: JEcHist 35, 1975, p. 117
Anna Jacobson SCHWARTZ, Monetary Trends in the United States and the United Kingdom, 1878-1970: Selected Findings, in: JEcHist 35, 1975, p. 138
Hugh T. ROCKOFF, Varieties of Banking and regional Economic Development in the United States, 1840-1860, in: JEcHist 35, 1975, p. 160
Fred BATEMAN; Thomas WEISS, Comparative Regional Development in Antebellum Manufacturing, in: JEcHist 35, 1975, p. 182
Raymond W. GOLDSMITH, The Quantitative International Comparison of Financial Structure and Development, in: JEcHist 35, 1975, p. 216
Hugh M. NEUBURGER; Houston H. STOKES, German Banking and Japanese Banking: A Comparative Analysis, in: JEcHist 35, 1975, p. 238
   Editors' Notes, p. 296
Claudia G. GOLDIN; Frank D. LEWIS, The Economic Cost of the American Civil War: Estimates and Implications, in: JEcHist 35, 1975, p. 299
Alan L. OLMSTEAD, The Mechanization of Reaping and Mowing in American Agriculture, 1833-1870, in: JEcHist 35, 1975, p. 327
Graydon R. HENNING; Keith TRACE, Britain and the Motorship: A Case of the Delayed Adoption of New Technology?, in: JEcHist 35, 1975, p. 353
Stefano FENOALTEA, The Rise and Fall of a Theoretical Model: The Manorial System, in: JEcHist 35, 1975, p. 386
K.H. NORRIE, The Rate of Settlement of the Canadian Prairies, 1870-1911, in: JEcHist 35, 1975, p. 410
Richard C. EDWARDS, States in Corporate Stability and the Risks of Corporate Failure, in: JEcHist 35, 1975, p. 428
R. Taylor DENNEN, Cattle Trailing in the Nineteenth Century, in: JEcHist 35, 1975, p. 458
David W. GALENSON, Cattle Trains, Quarantine Laws and Falling Profits: A Reply to Mr. Dennen, in: JEcHist 35, 1975, p. 461
   Editors' Notes, p. 467
   Reviews of Books, p. 468
Richard T. RAPP, The Unmaking of the Mediterranean Trade Hegemony: International Trade Rivalry and the Commercial Revolution, in: JEcHist 35, 1975, p. 499
Gavin WRIGHT; Howard KUNREUTHER, Cotton, Corn and Risk in the Nineteenth Century, in: JEcHist 35, 1975, p. 526
Heywood FLEISIG, The Central Pacific Railroad and the Railroad Land Grant Controversy, in: JEcHist 35, 1975, p. 552
Barbara G. KATZ, Purges and Production: Soviet Economic Growth, 1928-1940, in: JEcHist 35, 1975, p. 567
Gene SMILEY, Interes Rate Movement in the United States, 1888-1913, in: JEcHist 35, 1975, p. 591
Giorgio CANARELLA; John A. THOMASKE, The Optimal Utilization of Slaves, in: JEcHist 35, 1975, p. 621
Archibald R. LEWIS, Medieval Social and Economic History as Viewed by North American Medievalists, in: JEcHist 35, 1975, p. 630
Albert W. NIEMI Jr., Publication Performance of Economic History Programs: 1960-1969 and 1970-1974, in: JEcHist 35, 1975, p. 635
   Editors' Notes, p. 642
   Reviews of Books, p. 646
Stefano FENOALTEA, Authority, Efficiency and Agricultural Organization in Medieval England and Beyond: a Hypothesis, in: JEcHist 35, 1975, p. 693
W.W. ROSTOW, Kondratieff, Schumpeter and Kuznets: Trend Periods Revisited, in: JEcHist 35, 1975, p. 719
Stanley E. HILTON, Vargas and Brazilian Economic Development, 1930-1945: A Reappraisal of his Attitude toward Industrialization and planning, in: JEcHist 35, 1975, p. 754
Robert STEIN, The Profitability of the Nantes Slave Trade, 1783-1792, in: JEcHist 35, 1975, p. 779
Douglas R. ADAMS Jr., Residential Construction Industry in the Early Nineteenth Century, in: JEcHist 35, 1975, p. 794
Hugh G.J. AITKEN, In the Beginning, in: JEcHist 35, 1975, p. 817
Thomas W. BLOMQUIST, De Roover on Business, Banking and Economic Thought, in: JEcHist 35, 1975, p. 821
   Editors' Notes, p. 831
   Reviews of Books, p. 837

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