Journal of Economic History (JEcHist)
vol. 36, 1976 – vol. 45, 1985

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JEcHist 36, 1976
Rondo CAMERON, Economic History, Pure and Applied, in: JEcHist 36, 1976, p. 3
Richard A. EASTERLIN, Population Change and Farm Settlement in the Northern United States, in: JEcHist 36, 1976, p. 45
Tom E. TERRILL, Eager Hands: Labor for Southern Textiles, 1850-1860, in: JEcHist 36, 1976, p. 84
Duane E. BALL; Gary M. WALTON, Agricultural Productivity Change in Eighteenth-Century Pennsylvania, in: JEcHist 36, 1976, p. 102
David P. GAGAN, The Indivisibility of Land: A Microanalysis of the System of Inheritance in Nineteenth-Century Ontario, in: JEcHist 36, 1976, p. 126
Stanley LEBERGOTT, Are the Rich Getting Richer? Trends in U.S. Wealth Concentration, in: JEcHist 36, 1976, p. 147
J.R.T. HUGHES, Krooss on Executive Opinion, in: JEcHist 36, 1976, p. 166
Richard SYLLA, Forgotten Men of Money: Private Bankers in Early U.S. History, in: JEcHist 36, 1976, p. 173
Robert V. EAGLY; V. Kerry SMITH, Domestic and International Integration of the London Money Market, 1731-1789, in: JEcHist 36, 1976, p. 198
Alan GREEN; M.C. URQUHART, Factor and Commodity Flows in the International Economy of 1870-1914: A Multi-Country View, in: JEcHist 36, 1976, p. 217
Jeffrey G. WILLIAMSON, American Prices and Urban Inequality since 1820, in: JEcHist 36, 1976, p. 303
Michael R. HAINES, Population and Economic Change in Nineteenth-Century Eastern Europe: Prussia Upper Silesia, 1840-1913, in: JEcHist 36, 1976, p. 334
Don R. LEET, The Determinants of the Fertility Transition in Antebellum Ohio, in: JEcHist 36, 1976, p. 359
Roger H. HINDERLITER; Hugh ROCKOFF, Banking under the Gold Standard: An Analysis of Liquidity Management in the Leading Financial Centers, in: JEcHist 36, 1976, p. 379
Richard POMFRET, The Mechanization of Reaping in Nineteenth-Century Ontario: A Case Study of the Pace and Causes of the Diffusion of Embodied Technical Change, in: JEcHist 36, 1976, p. 399
Rainer FREMDLING; Richard TILLY, German Banks, German Growth and Econometric History, in: JEcHist 36, 1976, p. 416
Hugh M. NEUBERGER; Houston H. STOKES, German Banks and German Growth: Reply, in: JEcHist 36, 1976, p. 425
Paul J. USELDING, A Note on the Inter-Regional Trade in Manufactures in 1840, in: JEcHist 36, 1976, p. 428
Michel MORINEAU, The Agricultural Revolution in Nineteenth-Century France: Comment, in: JEcHist 36, 1976, p. 436
William H. NEWELL, The Agricultural Revolution in Nineteenth-Century France: Reply, in: JEcHist 36, 1976, p. 438
   Editors' Notes, p. 439
   Reviews of Books, p. 450
William D. GRAMPP, Scots, Jews and Subversives among the Dismal Scientists, in: JEcHist 36, 1976, p. 543
Haywood FLEISIG, Slvary, the Supply of Agricultural Labor and the Industrialization of the South, in: JEcHist 36, 1976, p. 572
N.F.R. CRAFTS; N.J. IRELAND, Family Limitation and the English Demographic Revolution: A Simulation Approach, in: JEcHist 36, 1976, p. 598
Simeon J. CROWTHER, Urban Growth in the Mid-Atlantic States, 1785-1850, in: JEcHist 36, 1976, p. 624
Dennis M.P. MCCARTHY, Media as Ends: Money and the Underdevelopment of Tanganyika to 1940, in: JEcHist 36, 1976, p. 645
Ian M. DRUMMOND, The Russian Gold Standard, 1897-1914, in: JEcHist 36, 1976, p. 663
Eric HAITES; James MAK, Economies of Scale in Western River Steamboating, in: JEcHist 36, 1976, p. 689
Jacob M. PRICE, A Note on the Value of Colonial Exports in Shipping, in: JEcHist 36, 1976, p. 704
Richard ROEHL, A Medieval Feast [Review Article], in: JEcHist 36, 1976, p. 725
   Editors' Notes, p. 732
   Reviews of Books, p. 735
Stanley L. ENGERMAN, A Guide for the Perplexed, in: JEcHist 36, 1976, p. 729
Marie Elizabeth SUSHKA, The Antebellum Money Market and the Economic Impact of the Bank War, in: JEcHist 36, 1976, p. 809
Paul GREGORY; Joel W. SAILORS, Russian Monetary Policy and Industrialization, 1861-1913, in: JEcHist 36, 1976, p. 836
Thomas F. MCILWRAITH, Freight Capacity and Utilization of the Erie and Great Lakes Canals before 1850, in: JEcHist 36, 1976, p. 852
John A. JAMES, The Development of the National Money Market, 1893-1911, in: JEcHist 36, 1976, p. 878
Peter TEMIN, The Post-Bellum Recovery of the South and the Cost of the Civil War, in: JEcHist 36, 1976, p. 898
William J. KELLY, Railroad Development and Market Integration in Tsarist Russia: Evidence on Oil Products and Grain, in: JEcHist 36, 1976, p. 908
Jacob METZER, Railroad Development and Market Integration in Tsarist Russia: A Rejoinder, in: JEcHist 36, 1976, p. 917
Harry N. SCHEIBER, Poetry, Prisaism and Analyisis in American Agricultural History, in: JEcHist 36, 1976, p. 919
   Editors' Notes, p. 928
   Reviews of Books, p. 931


JEcHist 37, 1977
John P. MCKAY; Paul J. USELDING, Introduction, in: JEcHist 37, 1977, p. 1
Robert E. GALLMAN, Some Notes on the New Social History, in: JEcHist 37, 1977, p. 3
Karl J. HAMILTON, The Role of War in Modern Inflation, in: JEcHist 37, 1977, p. 13
Larry D. NEAL, Interpreting Power and Profit in Economic History: A Case Study of the Seven Years' War, in: JEcHist 37, 1977, p. 20
John H. MORROW Jr., Industrial Mobilization in World War I: The Prussian Army and the Aircraft Industry, in: JEcHist 37, 1977, p. 36
Joseph D. REID Jr.; Rolf H. DUMKE, Discussion [of John H. Morrow, Industrial Mobilization in World War I: The Prussian Army and the Aircraft Industry], in: JEcHist 37, 1977, p. 52
A.J.R. RUSSELL-WOOD, Technology and Society: The Impact of Gold Mining on the Institution of Slavery in Portuguese America, in: JEcHist 37, 1977, p. 59
Joseph LOVE, Discussion [of A.J.R. Russell-Wood, Technology and Society: The Impact of Gold Mining on the Institution of Slavery in Portuguese America], in: JEcHist 37, 1977, p. 84
Claudia GOLDIN, Female Labor Force Participation: The Origin of Black and White Differences, 1870 and 1880, in: JEcHist 37, 1977, p. 87
Harold D. WOODMAN, Discussion [of Claudia Goldin, Female Labor Force Participation: The Origin of Black and White Differences, 1870 and 1880], in: JEcHist 37, 1977, p. 109
Kozo YAMAMURA, Success Illgotten? The Role of Meiji Militarism in Japan's Technological Progress, in: JEcHist 37, 1977, p. 113
Richard RICE, Discussion [of Kozo Yamamura, Success Illgotten? The Role of Meiji Militarism in Japan's Technological Progress], in: JEcHist 37, 1977, p. 136
Anita B. BAKER, Community and Growth: Muddling Through with Russian Credit Cooperatives, in: JEcHist 37, 1977, p. 139
Edward AMES; Richard T. RAPP, The Birth and Death of Taxes: A Hypothesis, in: JEcHist 37, 1977, p. 161
James MILLAR, Discussion [of Edward Ames, Richard T. Rapp, The Birth and Death of Taxes: A Hypothesis], in: JEcHist 37, 1977, p. 179
Frederic CHEYETTE, The Origins of European Villages and the First European Expansion, in: JEcHist 37, 1977, p. 182
Ambrose RAFTIS, Discussion [of Frederic Cheyette, The Origins of European Villages and the First European Expansion], in: JEcHist 37, 1977, p. 207
Gaston RIMLINGER, Labor and the Government: A Comparative Historical Perspective, in: JEcHist 37, 1977, p. 210
William H. SEWELL Jr., Discussion [of Gaston Rimlinger, Labor and the Government: A Comparative Historical Perspective], in: JEcHist 37, 1977, p. 226
William N. PARKER; Stephen DECANIO; Herman FREUDENBERGER; Klaus WOLFF; Marvin MCINNIS; Glen PORTER; Harry N. SCHEIBER; Joan SCOTT, Summaries of Research Workshops, in: JEcHist 37, 1977, p. 230
Fred V. CARSTENSEN; Geoffrey N. GILBERT; William J. HAUSMAN; George J. LAMB; Moses S. MUSOKE; Paul F. PASKOFF; Townsend WALKER; Lee S. WEISSBACH, Summaries of Doctoral Dissertations, in: JEcHist 37, 1977, p. 245
Richard ROEHL; Fred BATEMAN, Discussion [of Doctoral Dissertations], in: JEcHist 37, 1977, p. 272
   Editors' Notes, p. 281
Gerald W. DAY, Manuel and the Genoese: A Reappraisal of Byzantine Commercial Policy in the Late Twelfth Century, in: JEcHist 37, 1977, p. 289
Joseph D. REID Jr., Understanding Political Events in the New Economic History, in: JEcHist 37, 1977, p. 302
Scott M. EDDIE, The Terms and Patterns of Hungarian Foreign Trade, 1882-1913, in: JEcHist 37, 1977, p. 329
Ts'ui-Jung LIU; John C.H. FEI, An Analysis of the Land Tax Burden in China, 1650-1865, in: JEcHist 37, 1977, p. 359
Donald WINTERS, Tenancy as an Economic Institution: The Growth and Distribution of Agricultural Tenancy in Iowa, 1850-1900, in: JEcHist 37, 1977, p. 382
David ELTIS, The Export of Slaves from Africa, 1821-1843, in: JEcHist 37, 1977, p. 409
Lewis R. JONES, "The Mechanization of Reaping and Mowing in American Agriculture, 1833-1870": Comment, in: JEcHist 37, 1977, p. 451
Gaston V. RIMLINGER, Unity and Diversity in African Development [Review Article], in: JEcHist 37, 1977, p. 456
Edwin M. TRUMAN, The International Monetary System in Review [Review Article], in: JEcHist 37, 1977, p. 461
Martin BRONFENBRENNER, Four Contributions to Doctrinal Theory [Review Article], in: JEcHist 37, 1977, p. 466
   Editors' Notes, p. 472
   Reviews of Books, p. 477
Rainer FREMDLING, Railroads and German Economic Growth: A Leading Sector Analysis with a Comparison to the United States and Great Britain, in: JEcHist 37, 1977, p. 583
Robert C. ALLEN, The Peculiar Productivity History of American Blast Furnaces, 1840-1913, in: JEcHist 37, 1977, p. 605
Paul Glenn MUNYON, A Critical Review of Estimates of Net Income from Agriculture for 1880 and 1900: New Hampshire, A Case Study, in: JEcHist 37, 1977, p. 634
Carl A. MOSK, Demographic Transition in Japan, in: JEcHist 37, 1977, p. 655
Carole SHAMMAS, The Determinants of Personal Wealth in Seventeenth-Century England and America, in: JEcHist 37, 1977, p. 675
Irving STONE, British Direct and Portfolio Investment in Latin America before 1914, in: JEcHist 37, 1977, p. 690
Paul F. MCGOULDRICK; Michael B. TANNEN, Did American Manufacturers Discriminate against Immigrants before 1914?, in: JEcHist 37, 1977, p. 723
Albert W. NIEMI Jr., Inequality in the Distribution of Slave Wealth: The Cotton South and Other Southern Agricultural Regions, in: JEcHist 37, 1977, p. 747
Richard C. LEVIN, Perspectives on Contemporary Capitalism [Review Article], in: JEcHist 37, 1977, p. 755
Selwyn CORNISH, Recent Writing in Indian Economic History [Review Article], in: JEcHist 37, 1977, p. 762
   Editors' Notes, p. 767
   Reviews of Books, p. 769
Billy G. SMITH, Death and Life in a Colonial Immigrant City: A Demographic Analysis of Philadelphia, in: JEcHist 37, 1977, p. 863
David F. GOOD, Financial Integration in Late Nineteenth-Century Austria, in: JEcHist 37, 1977, p. 890
Frank C. COSTIGIOLA, Anglo-American Financial Rivalry in the 1920s, in: JEcHist 37, 1977, p. 911
Ryoshin MINAMI, Mechanical Power in the Industrialization of Japan, in: JEcHist 37, 1977, p. 935
Mark D. SCHMITZ, Economies of Scale and Farm Size in the Antebellum Sugar Sector, in: JEcHist 37, 1977, p. 959
Joel MOKYR, Demand vs. Supply in the Industrial Revolution, in: JEcHist 37, 1977, p. 981
David A. MARTIN, The Changing Role of Foreign Money in the United States, 1782-1857, in: JEcHist 37, 1977, p. 1009
Bernard BAILYN, French Historical Method: The Annales Paradigm. By Traian Stoianovich [Review Article], in: JEcHist 37, 1977, p. 1028
   Editors' Notes, p. 1035
   Reviews of Books, p. 1040
   Special Issue: Handbook of the Economic History Association and Directory of Members 1977, in: JEcHist 37, 1977 [separately paginated]

JEcHist 38, 1978
David S. LANDES, On Avoiding Babel, in: JEcHist 38, 1978, p. 3
Donald D. MCCLOSKEY, The Achievements of the Cliometric School, in: JEcHist 38, 1978, p. 13
Jon S. COHEN, The Achievements of Economic History: The Marxist School, in: JEcHist 38, 1978, p. 29
Robert FORSTER, Achievements of the Annales School, in: JEcHist 38, 1978, p. 58
Joseph D. REID Jr., Economic Burden: Spark to the American Revolution?, in: JEcHist 38, 1978, p. 81
Jacob METZER, Economic Structure and National Goals: The Jewish National Home in Interwar Palestine, in: JEcHist 38, 1978, p. 101
Edward D. BERKOWITZ; Kim MCQUAID, Businessmen and Bureaucrat: The Evolution of the American Social Welfare System, 1900-1940, in: JEcHist 38, 1978, p. 120
Philip FRIEDMAN, An Econometric Model of National Income, Commercial Policy and the Level of International Trade: The Open Economies of Europe, 1924-1938, in: JEcHist 38, 1978, p. 148
Maurizio VAUDAGNA, Structural Economic Change in Fascist Italy, in: JEcHist 38, 1978, p. 181
Robert HIGGS, Landless by Law: Japanese Immigrants in California Agriculture to 1941, in: JEcHist 38, 1978, p. 205
Gordon W. KIRK; Carolyn T. KIRK, The Immigrant, Economic Opportunity and Type of Settlement in Nineteenth-Century America, in: JEcHist 38, 1978, p. 226
Arcadius KAHAN, Economic Choices and Opportunites: The Jewish Immigrants, 1880-1914, in: JEcHist 38, 1978, p. 235
   Editors' Notes, p. 304
George W. GRANTHAM, The Diffusion of the New Husbandry in Northern France, 1815-1840, in: JEcHist 38, 1978, p. 311
Gary D. LIBECAP, Economic Variables and the Development of the Law: The Case of Western Mineral Rights, in: JEcHist 38, 1978, p. 338
Jennifer TANN, Marketing Methods in the International Steam Engine Market: The Case of Boulton and Watt, in: JEcHist 38, 1978, p. 363
Edwin J. PERKINS, Foreign Interest Rates in American Financial Markets: A Revised Series of Dollar-Sterling Exchange Rates, 1835-1900, in: JEcHist 38, 1978, p. 392
Vali JAMAL, Taxation and Inequality in Uganda, 1900-1964, in: JEcHist 38, 1978, p. 418
Bernard SARACHEK, American Entrepreneurs and the Horatio Alger Myth, in: JEcHist 38, 1978, p. 439
Erik F. HAITES; James MAK, Economies of Scale in Western River Steamboating: A Reply, in: JEcHist 38, 1978, p. 467
K. Gary GRANT, The Rate of Settlement of the Canadian Prairies, 1870-1911: A Comment, in: JEcHist 38, 1978, p. 471
Kenneth H. NORRIE, The Rate of Settlement of the Canadian Prairies, 1870-1911: A Reply, in: JEcHist 38, 1978, p. 474
John KOMLOS, The Kreditbanken and German Growth: A Postscript, in: JEcHist 38, 1978, p. 476
Hugh NEUBURGER; Houston H. STOKES, German Banks and German Growth: Reply to Komlos, in: JEcHist 38, 1978, p. 480
John KOMLOS, Rejoinder, in: JEcHist 38, 1978, p. 483
Peter TEMIN, Reply to Goldin and Lewis, in: JEcHist 38, 1978, p. 493
Dorothy ROSS, Professionalism and the Transformation of American Social Thought, in: JEcHist 38, 1978, p. 494
Charles E. FREEDEMAN, French Economic and Social History from the Revolution to the 1880s, in: JEcHist 38, 1978, p. 500
   Editors' Notes, p. 507
   Reviews of Books, p. 513
Charles W. MCCURDY, American Law and the Marketing Structure of the Large Corporation, 1875-1890, in: JEcHist 38, 1978, p. 631
Lars G. SANDBERG, Banking and Economic Growth in Sweden before World War I, in: JEcHist 38, 1978, p. 650
Charles A. KEENE, American Shipping and Trade, 1798-1820: The Evidence from Leghorn, in: JEcHist 38, 1978, p. 681
Robert O. HEAVNER, Indentured Servitude: The Philadelphia Market, 1771-1773, in: JEcHist 38, 1978, p. 701
Vernon W. RUTTAN, Structural Retardation adn the Modernization of French Agriculture: A Skeptical View, in: JEcHist 38, 1978, p. 714
Charles P. KINDLEBERGER, The Twentieth Century Fontana, in: JEcHist 38, 1978, p. 729
   Editors' Notes, p. 734
   Reviews of Books, p. 737
Masao KIKUCHI; Yujiro HAYAMI, Agricultural Growth against a Land Resource Constraint: Comparative History of Japan, Taiwan, Korea and the Philippines, in: JEcHist 38, 1978, p. 839
C. Knick HARLEY, Western Settlement and the Price of Wheat, 1872-1913, in: JEcHist 38, 1978, p. 865
Peter BERCK, Hard Driving and Efficiency: Iron Production in 1890, in: JEcHist 38, 1978, p. 879
James A. DUNLEVY; Henry A. GEMERY, Economic Opportunity and the Responses of "Old" and "New" Migrants to the United States, in: JEcHist 38, 1978, p. 901
Frederic S. MISHKIN, The Household Balance Sheet and the Great Depression, in: JEcHist 38, 1978, p. 918
Bent HANSEN; Khairy TOURK, The Profitability of the Suez Canal as a Private Enterprise, in: JEcHist 38, 1978, p. 938
James R. MILLAR; Susan J. LINZ, The Cost of World War II to the Soviet People: A Research Note, in: JEcHist 38, 1978, p. 959
   Letter to the Editors, p. 963
   Editors' Notes, p. 965
   Reviews of Books, p. 967

JEcHist 39, 1979
Robert W. FOGEL, Notes on the Social Saving Controversy, in: JEcHist 39, 1979, p. 1
John J. ADAMS; Robert C. WEST, Money, Prices and Economic Development in India, 1861-1895, in: JEcHist 39, 1979, p. 55
Philip R. COELHO; James SHEPHERD, The Impact of Regional Differences in Prices and Wages on Economic Growth: The United States in 1890, in: JEcHist 39, 1979, p. 69
Thomas F. HUERTAS, Damnifying Growth in the Antebellum South, in: JEcHist 39, 1979, p. 87
Charles A. ROBERTS, Interregional Per Capita Income Differentials and Convergence: 1880-1950, in: JEcHist 39, 1979, p. 101
David FEENY, Competing Hypotheses of Underdevelopment: A Thai Case Study, in: JEcHist 39, 1979, p. 113
Gary D. LIBECAP; Ronald N. JOHNSON, Property Rights, Nineteenth-Century Federal Timber Policy and the Conservation Movement, in: JEcHist 39, 1979, p. 129
Michelle Burge MCALPIN, Dearth, Famine and Risk: The Changing Impact of Crop Failures in Western India, 1870-1920, in: JEcHist 39, 1979, p. 143
Irma ADELMAN; Cynthia Taft MORRIS, The Role of Institutional Influences in Patterns of Agricultural Development in the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries: A Cross-Section Quantitative Study, in: JEcHist 39, 1979, p. 159
Shannon R. BROWN, The Transfer of Technology to China in the Nineteenth Century: The Role of Direct Foreign Investment, in: JEcHist 39, 1979, p. 181
W. Elliot BROWNLEE, Household Values, Women's Work and Economic Growth, 1800-1930, in: JEcHist 39, 1979, p. 199
William J. FLEMING, The Cultural Determinants of Entrepreneurship and Economic Development: A case Study of Mendoza Province, Agentina, 1861-1914, in: JEcHist 39, 1979, p. 211
Lars G. SANDBERG, The Case of the Impoverished Sophisticate: Human Capital and Swedish Economic Growth before World War I, in: JEcHist 39, 1979, p. 225
Terry L ANDERSON, Economic Growth in Colonial New England: "Statistical Renaissance", in: JEcHist 39, 1979, p. 243
John Denis HAEGER, Eastern Financiers and Institutional Change: The Origins of the New York Life Insurance and Trust Company and the Ohio Life Insurance and Trust Company, in: JEcHist 39, 1979, p. 259
Allan KULIKOFF, The Economic Growth of the Eighteenth-Century Chesapeake Colonies, in: JEcHist 39, 1979, p. 275
Diane LINDSTROM, American Economic Growth before 1840: New Evidence and New Directions, in: JEcHist 39, 1979, p. 289
   Editors' Notes, p. 341
Rosalind Kent BERLOW, The Sailing of the "Saint Esprit", in: JEcHist 39, 1979, p. 345
Mark OVERTON, Estimating Crop Yields from Probate Inventories: An Example from East Anglia, 1585-1735, in: JEcHist 39, 1979, p. 363
Paul R. GREGORY, The Russian Balance of Payments, the Gold Standard and Monetary Policy: A Historical Example of Foreign Capital Movement, in: JEcHist 39, 1979, p. 379
Martha Norby FRAUNDORF, The Labor Force Participation of Turn-of-the-Century Married Women, in: JEcHist 39, 1979, p. 401
Christopher CHAMBERLIN, Bulk Exports, Trade Tiers, Regulation and Development: An Economic Approach to the Study of West Africa's "Legitimate Trade", in: JEcHist 39, 1979, p. 419
Alexander James FIELD, Economic and Demographic Determinants of Educational Commitment: Massachusetts, 1855, in: JEcHist 39, 1979, p. 439
Christopher CURRAN; Jack JOHNSTON, The Antebellum Money Market and the Economic Impact of the Bank War: A Comment, in: JEcHist 39, 1979, p. 461
Marie Elizabeth SUSHKA, The Antebellum Money Market and the Economic Impact of the Bank War: A Reply, in: JEcHist 39, 1979, p. 467
Alan L. OLMSTEAD, The Diffusion of the Reaper: One More Time?, in: JEcHist 39, 1979, p. 475
Frank M. MURTAUGH Jr., Penultimo Cavour, in: JEcHist 39, 1979, p. 477
Jon S. COHEN, Conflict on the Left: Marxist Economists and the Friendly Enemy, in: JEcHist 39, 1979, p. 481
   Letter to the Editors, p. 987
   Reviews of Books, p. 495
Walter I. OFONAGORO, From Traditional to British Currency in Southern Nigeria: Analysis of a Currency Revolution, 1880-1946, in: JEcHist 39, 1979, p. 623
Gavin WRIGHT, Cheap Labor and Southern Textiles before 1880, in: JEcHist 39, 1979, p. 655
Frank D. LEWIS, Explaining the Shift of Labor from Agriculture to Industry in the United States, 1869-1899, in: JEcHist 39, 1979, p. 681
Eric L. ALMQUIST, Pre-Famine Ireland and the Theory of European Proto-Industrialization: Evidence from the 1841 Census, in: JEcHist 39, 1979, p. 699
Michael PALAIRET, Fiscal Pressure and Peasant Impoverishment in Serbia before World War I, in: JEcHist 39, 1979, p. 719
Maureen O'HARA; David EASLEY, The Postal Savings System in the Depression, in: JEcHist 39, 1979, p. 741
Larry NEAL, Factoring Out Industrialization, in: JEcHist 39, 1979, p. 755
   Editors' Notes, p. 760
   Reviews of Books, p. 763
Andrew B. APPLEBY, Grain Prices and Subsistence Crises in England and France, 1590-1740, in: JEcHist 39, 1979, p. 865
Pamela J. NICKLESS, A New Look at Productivity in the New England Cotton Textile Industry, 1830-1860, in: JEcHist 39, 1979, p. 889
Robert C. ALLEN, International Competition in Iron and Steel, 1850-1913, in: JEcHist 39, 1979, p. 911
John H. COATSWORTH, Indispensable Railroads in a Backward Economy: The Case of Mexico, in: JEcHist 39, 1979, p. 939
Roger F. RIEFLER, Nineteenth-Century Urbanization Patterns in the United States, in: JEcHist 39, 1979, p. 961
Winifred B. ROTHENBERG, A Price Index for Rural Massachusetts, 1750-1855, in: JEcHist 39, 1979, p. 975
Kenneth E. CARPENTER; Alfred D. CHANDLER Jr., Fritz Redlich: Scholar and Friend [Obituary; Nachruf], in: JEcHist 39, 1979, p. 1003
Henry ROSOVSKY, Alexander Gerschenkron: A Personal and Fond Recollection [Obituary], in: JEcHist 39, 1979, p. 1009
John R. HANSON II, World Demand for Cotton during the Nineteenth Century: Wrights Estimates Re-examined, in: JEcHist 39, 1979, p. 1015
Gavin WRIGHT, World Demand for Cotton during the Nineteenth Century: A Reply, in: JEcHist 39, 1979, p. 1023
   Editors' Notes, p. 1025
   Reviews of Books, p. 1027

JEcHist 40, 1980
Lance E. DAVIS, It's a Long, Long Road to Tipperary, or Reflections on Organized Violence, Protection Rates and Related Topics: The New Political History, in: JEcHist 40, 1980, p. 1
John R. HANSON II, Export Instability in Historical Perspective: Further Results, in: JEcHist 40, 1980, p. 17
Colleen M. CALLAHAN; William K. HUTCHINSON, Antebellum Interregional Trade in Agricultural Goods: Preliminary Results, in: JEcHist 40, 1980, p. 25
Mary A. YEAGER, Trade Protection as an International Commodity: The Case of Steel, in: JEcHist 40, 1980, p. 33
Lawrence A. HERBST, Discussion, in: JEcHist 40, 1980, p. 43
Richard H. KEEHN, Market Power and Bank Lending: Some Evidence from Wisconsin, 1870-1900, in: JEcHist 40, 1980, p. 45
Susan HOWSON, The Management of Sterlin, 1932-1939, in: JEcHist 40, 1980, p. 53
Michael D. BORDO; Anna J. SCHWARTZ, Money and Prices in the Nineteenth Century: An Old Debate Rejoined, in: JEcHist 40, 1980, p. 61
Michael EDELSTEIN, Discussion, in: JEcHist 40, 1980, p. 68
Richard SYLLA, Discussion, in: JEcHist 40, 1980, p. 70
Judith C. BROWN; Jordan GOODMAN, Women and Industry in Florence, in: JEcHist 40, 1980, p. 73
Claudia GOLDIN, The Work and Wages of Single Women, 1870 to 1920, in: JEcHist 40, 1980, p. 81
Mary M. SCHWEITZER, World War II and Female Labor Force Participation Rates, in: JEcHist 40, 1980, p. 89
Pamela J. NICKLESS, Discussion, in: JEcHist 40, 1980, p. 96
Bruce R. DALGAARD, Monetary Reform, 1923-30: A Prelude to Colombia's Economic Development, in: JEcHist 40, 1980, p. 98
Trevor J.O. DICK, Productivity Change and Grain Farm Practice on the Canadian Prairie, 1900-1930, in: JEcHist 40, 1980, p. 105
Richard L. RUDOLPH, Family Structure and Proto-Industrialization in Russia, in: JEcHist 40, 1980, p. 111
David FEENY, Discussion, in: JEcHist 40, 1980, p. 119
Cynthia Taft MORRIS, Discussion, in: JEcHist 40, 1980, p. 121
Ronald M. BERGER, The Development of Retail Trade in Provincial England, ca. 1550-1700, in: JEcHist 40, 1980, p. 123
Paul F. PASKOFF, Labor Productivity and Manageriali Efficiency against a Static Technology: The Pennsynvania Iron Industry, 1750-1800, in: JEcHist 40, 1980, p. 129
Andrew RUTTEN, But It Will Never Be Science, Either, in: JEcHist 40, 1980, p. 137
Richard K. VEDDER; Lowell E. GALLAWAY, Population Transfers and the Post-Bellum Adjustments to Economic Dislocation, 1870-1920, in: JEcHist 40, 1980, p. 143
Michael R. HAINES, Fertility and Marriage in a Nineteenth-Century Industrial City, 1850-1880, in: JEcHist 40, 1980, p. 151
Joel MOKYR, Malthusian Models and Irish History, in: JEcHist 40, 1980, p. 159
August C. BOLINO, Discussion, in: JEcHist 40, 1980, p. 167
Naoli R. LAMOREAUX, Industrial Organization and Market Behavior: The Great Merger Movement in American Industry [Summary of Doctoral Dissertation], in: JEcHist 40, 1980, p. 169
Philip MIROWSKI, The Birth of the Business Cycle [Summary of Doctoral Dissertation], in: JEcHist 40, 1980, p. 171
Carl E. PRAY, The Economics of Agricultural Research in British Punjab and Pakistani Punjab, 1905-1975 [Summary of Doctoral Dissertation], in: JEcHist 40, 1980, p. 174
David J. ST. CLAIR, Entrepreneurship and the American Automobile Industry [Summary of Doctoral Dissertation], in: JEcHist 40, 1980, p. 177
Thomas S. ULEN, Cartels and Regulation: Late Nineteenth-Century Railroad Collusion and the Creation of the Interstate Commerce Commission [Summary of Doctoral Dissertation], in: JEcHist 40, 1980, p. 179
Peter H. LINDERT, Discussion, in: JEcHist 40, 1980, p. 181
Alan L. OLMSTEAD, Discussion, in: JEcHist 40, 1980, p. 183
   Editors' Notes, p. 187
   Reviews of Books, p. 189
Stanley LEBERGOTT, The Returns to U.S. Imperialism, 1890-1929, in: JEcHist 40, 1980, p. 229
Richard W. UNGER, Dutch Herring, Technology and International Trade in the Seventeenth Century, in: JEcHist 40, 1980, p. 253
Jeremy ATACK; Fred BATEMAN; Thomas WEISS, The Regional Diffusion and Adoption of the Steam Engine in American Manufacturing, in: JEcHist 40, 1980, p. 281
Steven B. WEBB, Tariffs, Cartels, Technology and Growth in the German Steel Industry, 1879 to 1914, in: JEcHist 40, 1980, p. 309
Richard H. STECKEL, Antebellum Southern White Fertility: A Demographic and Economic Analysis, in: JEcHist 40, 1980, p. 331
Haim GERBER; Nachum T. GROSS, Inflation or Deflation in Nineteenth-Century Syria and Palestine, in: JEcHist 40, 1980, p. 351
Bernard SARACHEK, Jewish American Entrepreneurs, in: JEcHist 40, 1980, p. 359
Donald HODGES; Ross GANDY, VArieties of Economic Determinism [Review Article], in: JEcHist 40, 1980, p. 373
   Reviews of Books, p. 381
Jeffrey G. WILLIAMSON, Earnings Inequality in Nineteenth-Century Britain, in: JEcHist 40, 1980, p. 457
J.R. KEARL; Clayne L. POPE; Larry T. WIMMER, Household Wealth in a Settlement Economy: Utah, 1850-1870, in: JEcHist 40, 1980, p. 477
Frank LEWIS; Marvin MCINNIS, The Efficiency of the French-Canadian Farmer in the Nineteenth Century, in: JEcHist 40, 1980, p. 497
George W. GRANTHAM, The Persistence of Open-Field Farming in Nineteenth-Century France, in: JEcHist 40, 1980, p. 515
Murat CIZAKCA, Price Hinstory and the Bursa Silk Industry: A Study in Ottoman Industrial Decline, 1550-1650, in: JEcHist 40, 1980, p. 533
Mary McKinney SCHWEITZER, Economic Regulation and the Colonial Economy: The Maryland Tobacco Inspection Act of 1747, in: JEcHist 40, 1980, p. 551
Elmus WICKER, A Reconsideration of the Causes of the Banking Panic of 1930, in: JEcHist 40, 1980, p. 571
Harry N. SCHEIBER, The Economic Historian as Realist and as Keeper of Democratic ideals: Paul Wallace Gates's Studies of American Land Policy [Review Article], in: JEcHist 40, 1980, p. 585
Donald L. HUDDLE, Themes of Breakdown in Modern Economic Development [Review Article], in: JEcHist 40, 1980, p. 595
   Editors' Notes, p. 599
   Reviews of Books, p. 609
   Dedication [to Frederic C . Lane], in: JEcHist 40, 1980, p. 683
   Books and Articles by Frederic C. Lane, 1967-1980, in: JEcHist 40, 1980, p. 684
Peter H. LINDERT, English Occupations, 1670-1811, in: JEcHist 40, 1980, p. 685
Donald R. ADAMS Jr., American Neutrality and Prosperity, 1793-1808: A Reconsideration, in: JEcHist 40, 1980, p. 713
Clark NARDINELLI, Child Labor and the Factory Acts, in: JEcHist 40, 1980, p. 739
Willaim S. HALLAGAN, Labor Contracting in Turn-of-the-Century California Agriculture, in: JEcHist 40, 1980, p. 757
Antony G. HOPKINS, Property Rights and Empire Building: Britain's Annexation of Lagos, 1861, in: JEcHist 40, 1980, p. 777
Paul MCGOULDRICK; Michael TANNEN, The Increasing Pay Gap for Women in the Textile and Clothing Industries, 1910 to 1970, in: JEcHist 40, 1980, p. 799
Joseph A. PRATT, The Petroleum Industry in Transition: Antitrust and the Decline of Monopoly Control in Oil, in: JEcHist 40, 1980, p. 815
Arthur M. DIAMOND Jr., Age and the Acceptance of Cliometrics, in: JEcHist 40, 1980, p. 838
Edward SARAYDAR, The Cost of World War II to the Soviet People: Two Five-Year Plans?, in: JEcHist 40, 1980, p. 842
James R. MILLAR; Susan J. LINZ, The Cost of World War II to the Soviet People: A Reply, in: JEcHist 40, 1980, p. 845
   Editors' Notes, p. 846
   Reviews of Books, p. 849

JEcHist 41, 1981
Richard A. EASTERLIN, Why isn't the Whole World Developed?, in: JEcHist 41, 1981, p. 1
Elias H. TUMA, Why Problems Do Not Go Away: The Case of Inflation, in: JEcHist 41, 1981, p. 21
Marie Elizabeth SUSHKA, Discussion, in: JEcHist 41, 1981, p. 29
William LAZONICK, Competition, Specialization and Industrial Decline, in: JEcHist 41, 1981, p. 31
David W. GALENSON, White Servitude and the Growth of Black Slavery in Colonial America, in: JEcHist 41, 1981, p. 39
Lorena S. WALSH, Discussion, in: JEcHist 41, 1981, p. 48
Elyce J. ROTELLA, The Transformation of the American Office: Changes in Employment and Technology, in: JEcHist 41, 1981, p. 51
William H. MULLIGAN Jr., Mechanization and Work in the American Shoe Industry: Lynn, Massachusetts, 1852-1883, in: JEcHist 41, 1981, p. 59
Mary H. BLEWETT, Discussion, in: JEcHist 41, 1981, p. 64
Leonard A. CARLSON, Labor Supply, the Acquisition of Skills and the Location of Southern Textile Mills, 1880-1900, in: JEcHist 41, 1981, p. 65
Mary J. OATES, Discussion, in: JEcHist 41, 1981, p. 72
Jeffrey G. WILLIAMSON, Urban Disamenities, Dark Satanic Mills and the British Standard of Living Debate, in: JEcHist 41, 1981, p. 75
Jeremy ATACK; Fred BATEMAN, Egalitarianism, Inequality and Age: The Rural North in 1860, in: JEcHist 41, 1981, p. 85
Clayne L. POPE, Discussion, in: JEcHist 41, 1981, p. 94
John Joseph WALLIS; Daniel K. BENJAMIN, Public Relief and Private Employment in the Great Depression, in: JEcHist 41, 1981, p. 97
Harry N. SCHEIBER, Regulation, Property Rights and Definition of "The Market": Law and the American Economy, in: JEcHist 41, 1981, p. 103
Robert HIGGS, Discussion, in: JEcHist 41, 1981, p. 110
Terry L. ANDERSON; P.J. HILL, Economic Growth in a Transfer Society: The United States Experience, in: JEcHist 41, 1981, p. 113
Thomas S. ULEN, Discussion, in: JEcHist 41, 1981, p. 120
Hugh ROCKOFF, The Response of the Giant Corporations to Wage and Price Controls in World War II, in: JEcHist 41, 1981, p. 123
Louis CAIN; George NEUMANN, Planning for Peace: The Surplus Property Act of 1944, in: JEcHist 41, 1981, p. 129
Thomas K. MCCRAW, Discussion, in: JEcHist 41, 1981, p. 136
Frank B. TIPTON Jr., Government Policy and Economic Development in Germany and Japan: A Skeptical Reevaluation, in: JEcHist 41, 1981, p. 139
Gary D. LIBECAP, Bureaucratic Opposition to the Assignment of Property Rights: Overgrazing on the Western Range, in: JEcHist 41, 1981, p. 151
Jonathan J. PINCUS, Discussion, in: JEcHist 41, 1981, p. 159
Ann HARPER-FENDER, Discouraging the Use of a Common Resource: The Crees of Saskatchewan, in: JEcHist 41, 1981, p. 163
Marilyn GERRIETS, The Orgnaization of Exchange in Early Christian Ireland, in: JEcHist 41, 1981, p. 171
Joel MOKYR, Discussion, in: JEcHist 41, 1981, p. 177
Peter TOUMANOFF, The Development of the Peasant Commune in Russia, in: JEcHist 41, 1981, p. 179
Anita B. BAKER-LAMPE, Discussion, in: JEcHist 41, 1981, p. 185
Peter FITZRANDOLPH, The Rural Furnishing Merchant in the Postbellum United States: A Study in Spacial Economics [Summary of Doctoral Dissertation], in: JEcHist 41, 1981, p. 187
Rodney Dale GREEN, Urban Industry, Black Resistance and Racial Restriction in the Antebellum South: A General Model and a Case Study in Urban Virginia [Summary of Doctoral Dissertation], in: JEcHist 41, 1981, p. 189
Philip LESSER, German Economic and Social Development from 1789 to 1866: A Study in Unbalanced Change [Summary of Doctoral Dissertation], in: JEcHist 41, 1981, p. 191
Dena S. MARKOFF, The Beet Sugar Industry in Microcosm: The National Sugar Manufacturing Company, 1899 to 1967 [Summary of Doctoral Dissertation], in: JEcHist 41, 1981, p. 193
Arthur F. MCEVOY, Economy, Law and Ecology in the California Fisheries to 1925 [Summary of Doctoral Dissertation], in: JEcHist 41, 1981, p. 195
Richard J. SALVUCCI, Enterprise and Economic Development in Colonial Mexico: The Case of the Obrajes [Summary of Doctoral Dissertation], in: JEcHist 41, 1981, p. 197
Carolyn L. WEAVER, Discussion, in: JEcHist 41, 1981, p. 199
   Editors' Notes, p. 203
   Reviews of Books, p. 205
J.I. NAKAMURA, Human Capital Accumulation in Premodern Rural Japan, in: JEcHist 41, 1981, p. 263
Winifred B. ROTHENBERG, The Market and Massachusetts Farmers, 1750-1855, in: JEcHist 41, 1981, p. 283
Jacques A. BARBIER; Herbert S. KLEIN, Revolutionary Wars and Public Finances: The Madrid Treasury, 1784-1807, in: JEcHist 41, 1981, p. 315
Louis P. CAIN; Donald G. PATERSON, Factor Biases and Technical Change in Manufacturing: The American System, 1850-1919, in: JEcHist 41, 1981, p. 341
Walther KIRCHNER, Russian Tariffs and Foreign Industries before 1919: The German Entrepreneur's Perspective, in: JEcHist 41, 1981, p. 361
Hugh ROCKOFF, Price and Wage Controls in Four Wartime Periods, in: JEcHist 41, 1981, p. 381
Mark SCHMITZ; Donald SCHAEFER, Paradox Lost: Westward Expansion and Slave Prices before the Civil War, in: JEcHist 41, 1981, p. 402
Richard ROEHL, Medieval Texts: A Review Article, in: JEcHist 41, 1981, p. 408
Klaus WOLFF, "Textile History": The First Ten Years [Review Article], in: JEcHist 41, 1981, p. 411
Maris A. VINOVSKIS, Estimating the Wealth of Americans on the Eve of the Revolution [Review Article], in: JEcHist 41, 1981, p. 415
William GRAMPP, Ricardo and Malthus [Review Article], in: JEcHist 41, 1981, p. 421
   Editors' Notes, p. 424
   Reviews of Books, p. 430
Willaim H. LAZONICK, Production Relations, Labor Productivity and Choice of Technique: British and U.S. Cotton Spinning, in: JEcHist 41, 1981, p. 491
Frank D. LEWIS, Farm Settlement on the Canadian Prairies, 1898 to 1911, in: JEcHist 41, 1981, p. 517
Eugene Nelson WHITE, State-Sponsored Insurance of Bank Deposits in the United States, 1907-1929, in: JEcHist 41, 1981, p. 537
Philip MIROWSKI, The Rise (and Retreat) of a Market: English Joint Stock Shares in the Eighteenth Century, in: JEcHist 41, 1981, p. 559
David J. ST. CLAIR, The Motorization and Decline of Urban Public Transit, 1935-1950, in: JEcHist 41, 1981, p. 579
Stuart DAULTREY; David DICKSON; Cormac Ó GRÁDA, Eighteenth-Century Irish Population: New Perspectives from Old Sources, in: JEcHist 41, 1981, p. 601
Lawrence H. OFFICER, The Floating Dollar in the Greenback Period: A Test of Theories of Exchange-Rate Determination, in: JEcHist 41, 1981, p. 629
James C. RILEY, Mortality on Long-Distance Voyages in the Eighteenth Century, in: JEcHist 41, 1981, p. 651
Ralph AUSTEN, Capitalism, Class and African Colonial Agriculture: The Mating of Marxism and Empiricism [Review Article], in: JEcHist 41, 1981, p. 657
   Editors' Notes, p. 664
   Reviews of Books, p. 670
Harlan I. HALSEY, The Choice between High-Pressure and Low-Pressure Steam Power in America in the Early Nineteenth Century, in: JEcHist 41, 1981, p. 723
J.E. INIKORI, Market Structure and the Profits of the British African Trade in the Late Eighteenth Century, in: JEcHist 41, 1981, p. 745
Ann CARLOS, The Causes and Origins of the North American Fur Trade Rivalry: 1804-1810, in: JEcHist 41, 1981, p. 777
Susan Mosher STUARD, Dowry Inflation and Increments in Wealth in Medieval Ragusa (Dubrovnik), in: JEcHist 41, 1981, p. 795
Ya'akov FIRESTONE, Land Equalization and Factor Scarcities: Holding Size and the Burden of Impositions in Imperial Central Russia and the Late Ottoman Levant, in: JEcHist 41, 1981, p. 813
Robert A. MCGUIRE, Economic Causes of Late Nineteenth-Century Agrarian Unrest, in: JEcHist 41, 1981, p. 835
Richard H. TIMBERLAKE Jr., The Significance of Unaccounted Monies, in: JEcHist 41, 1981, p. 853
Stanley LEBERGOTT, Through the Blockade: The Profitability and Extent of Cotton Smuggling, 1861-1865, in: JEcHist 41, 1981, p. 867
Gene SMILEY, Reginal Variation in Bank Loan Rates in the Interwar Years, in: JEcHist 41, 1981, p. 889
Sidney POLLARD, Sheffield and Sweet Auburn — Amenities and Living Standards in the British Industrial Revolution: A Comment, in: JEcHist 41, 1981, p. 902
Jeffrey G. WILLIAMSON, Some Myths Die Hard — Urban Disamenities One More Time: A Reply, in: JEcHist 41, 1981, p. 906
   Editors' Notes, p. 908
   Reviews of Books, p. 910

JEcHist 42, 1982
Jonathan HUGHES, The Great Strike at Nushagak Station, 1951: Institutional Gridlock, in: JEcHist 42, 1982, p. 1
Richard SYLLA, Monetary Innovation in America, in: JEcHist 42, 1982, p. 21
Michael David BORDO, Discussion, in: JEcHist 42, 1982, p. 31
Eugene Nelson WHTIE, The Political Economy of Banking Regulation, 1864-1933, in: JEcHist 42, 1982, p. 33
Richard H. KEEHN, Discussion, in: JEcHist 42, 1982, p. 41
Robert B. ZEVIN, The Economics of Normalcy, in: JEcHist 42, 1982, p. 43
Steven RESNICK; Richard WOLFF, A Reformulation of Marxian Theory and Historical Analysis, in: JEcHist 42, 1982, p. 53
Susan FEINER, Factors, Bankers and Masters: Class Relations in the Antebellum South, in: JEcHist 42, 1982, p. 61
Rolf JENSEN, The Transition from Primitive Communism: The Wolof Social Formation of West Africa, in: JEcHist 42, 1982, p. 69
Rona S. WEISS, Primitive Accumulation in the United States: The Interaction between Capitalist and Noncapitalist Class Relations in Seventeenth-Century Massachusetts, in: JEcHist 42, 1982, p. 77
William LAZONICK, Discussion, in: JEcHist 42, 1982, p. 83
Barry J. EICHENGREEN, The Proximate Determinants of Domestic Investment in Victorian Britain, in: JEcHist 42, 1982, p. 87
William H. PHILLIPS, Induced Innovation and Economic Performace in Late Victorian British Industry, in: JEcHist 42, 1982, p. 97
William P. KENNEDY, Economic Growth and Structural Change in the United Kingdom, 1870-1914, in: JEcHist 42, 1982, p. 105
Ben BAACK, Discussion, in: JEcHist 42, 1982, p. 115
Donald N. MCCLOSKEY, Discussion, in: JEcHist 42, 1982, p. 117
Lance E. DAVIS; Robert HUTTENBACK, The Political Economy of British Imperialism: Measures of Benefits and Support, in: JEcHist 42, 1982, p. 119
Michael EDELSTEIN, Discussion, in: JEcHist 42, 1982, p. 131
B.R. TOMLINSON, The Poltiical Economy of the Raj: The Decline of Colonialism, in: JEcHist 42, 1982, p. 133
Dennis O. FLYNN, Fiscal Crisis and the Decline of Spain (Castile), in: JEcHist 42, 1982, p. 139
Michael R. WEISSER, The Agrarian Depression in Seventeenth-Century Spain, in: JEcHist 42, 1982, p. 149
Philip T. HOFFMANN, Sharecropping and Investment in Agriculture in Early Modern France, in: JEcHist 42, 1982, p. 155
Carla Rahn PHILLIPS, Discussion, in: JEcHist 42, 1982, p. 160
Domenico SELLA, Discussion, in: JEcHist 42, 1982, p. 161
Susan B. CARTER; Mark PRUS, The Labor Market and the American High School Girl, 1890-1928, in: JEcHist 42, 1982, p. 163
Susan A. MATTHIES, Families at Work: An Analysis by Sex of Child Workers in the Cotton Textile Industry, in: JEcHist 42, 1982, p. 173
Peter PHILIPS, Gender-Based Wage Differentials in Pennsylvania and New Jersey Manufacturing, 1900-1950, in: JEcHist 42, 1982, p. 181
Robert A. MARGO, Discussion, in: JEcHist 42, 1982, p. 187
Marvin MCINNIS, The Changing Structure of Canadian Agriculture, 1867-1897, in: JEcHist 42, 1982, p. 191
Trevor J.O. DICK, Mechanization and North American Prairie Farm Costs, 1896-1930, in: JEcHist 42, 1982, p. 199
Robert E. ANKLI; Wendy MILLAR, Ontario Agriculture in Transition: The Switch from Wheat to Cheese, in: JEcHist 42, 1982, p. 207
Wayne D. RASMUSSEN, Discussion, in: JEcHist 42, 1982, p. 216
James W. EATON, The Wyoming Stock Growers Association: An Applicatin of Davis's and North's Theory of Institutional Change [Summary of Doctoral Dissertation], in: JEcHist 42, 1982, p. 218
Cathy Louise MCHUGH, The Family Labor System in the Southern Cotton Textile Industry, 1880-1915 [Summary of Doctoral Dissertation], in: JEcHist 42, 1982, p. 220
Roberto B. MARTINS, Growing in Silence: The Slave Economy of Nineteenth-Century Minas Gerais, Brazil [Summary of Doctoral Dissertation], in: JEcHist 42, 1982, p. 222
Robert G. MOELLER, Peasants, Politics and Pressure Groups in War and Inflation: A Study of the Rhineland and Westphalia, 1919-1924 [Summary of Doctoral Dissertation], in: JEcHist 42, 1982, p. 223
Lon L. PETERS, Cooperative Competition in German Coal and Steel, 1893-1914 [Summary of Doctoral Dissertation], in: JEcHist 42, 1982, p. 227
Arthur G. WOOLF, Energy and Technology in American Manufacturing: 1900-1929 [Summary of Doctoral Dissertation], in: JEcHist 42, 1982, p. 230
David FEENY, Quantitative Third-World Economic History [Workshop Summary], in: JEcHist 42, 1982, p. 233
   Editors' Notes, p. 235
   Reviews of Books, p. 239
C. Knick HARLEY, British Industrialization before 1841: Evidence of Slower Growth during the Industrial Revolution, in: JEcHist 42, 1982, p. 267
Jeffrey A. FRANKEL, The 1807-1809 Embargo against Great Britain, in: JEcHist 42, 1982, p. 291
Steven B. WEBB, Agricultural Protection in Wilhelminian Germany: Forging an Empire with Pork and Rye, in: JEcHist 42, 1982, p. 309
Lee J. ALSTON; Robert HIGGS, Contractual Mix in Southern Agriculture since the Civil War: Facts, Hypotheses and Tests, in: JEcHist 42, 1982, p. 327
Michael R. HAINES, Agriculture and Development in Prussian Upper Silesia, 1846-1913, in: JEcHist 42, 1982, p. 355
Moses S. MUSOKE; Alan L. OLMSTEAD, The Rise of the Cotton Industry in California: A Comparative Perspective, in: JEcHist 42, 1982, p. 385
Scott D. GROSSE, On the Alleged Antebellum Surge in Wage Differentials: A Critique of Williamson and Lindert, in: JEcHist 42, 1982, p. 413
Peter H. LINDERT; Jeffrey G. WILLIAMSON, Antebellum Wage Widening Once Again, in: JEcHist 42, 1982, p. 419
Albert W. NIEMI Jr., The Increasing Pay Gap for Women in Textile and Clothing Industries: A Reexamination, in: JEcHist 42, 1982, p. 423
Robert J. THORNTON; Thomas HYCLAK, The Increasing Pay Gap for Women in the Textile and Clothing Industries, 1910 to 1970: An Alternative Explanation, in: JEcHist 42, 1982, p. 427
Paul F. MCGOULDRICK; Michael B. TANNEN, The Rising Male-Female Pay Gap: Contrary Evidence and New Findings, in: JEcHist 42, 1982, p. 432
   Editors' Notes, p. 440
   Reviews of Books, p. 445
David L. GALENSON, The Atlantic Slave Trade and the Barbados Market, 1673-1723, in: JEcHist 42, 1982, p. 491
Robert MILLWARD, An Economic Analysis of the Organization of Serfdom in Eastern Europe, in: JEcHist 42, 1982, p. 513
Robert E. GALLMAN, Influences on the Distribution of Landholdings in Early Colonial North Carolina, in: JEcHist 42, 1982, p. 549
Morton Owen SCHAPIRO, A Land Availability Model of Fertility Changes in the Rural Northern United States, 1760-1870, in: JEcHist 42, 1982, p. 577
Stefano FENOALTEA, The Growth of the Utilities Industries in Italy, 1861-1913, in: JEcHist 42, 1982, p. 601
Richard TILLY, Mergers, External Growth and Finance in the Development of Large-Scale Enterprise in Germany, 1880-1913, in: JEcHist 42, 1982, p. 629
Trevor J.O. DICK, Canadian Newsprint, 1913-1930: National Policies and the North American Economy, in: JEcHist 42, 1982, p. 659
Bradley G. LEWIS, Economic Causes of Late Nineteenth-Century Agrarian Unrest: Comment, in: JEcHist 42, 1982, p. 688
Robert A. MCGUIRE, Economic Causes of Late Nineteenth-Century Agrarian Unrest: Reply, in: JEcHist 42, 1982, p. 697
   Editors' Notes, p. 700
   Reviews of Books, p. 705
Claudia GOLDIN; Kenneth SOKOLOFF, Women, Children and Industrialization in the Early Republic: Evidence from the Manufacturing Censuses, in: JEcHist 42, 1982, p. 741
Carla Rahn PHILLIPS, The Spanish Wool Trade, 1500-1780, in: JEcHist 42, 1982, p. 775
C. Knick HARLEY, Oligopoly Strategy and the Timing of American Railroad Construction, in: JEcHist 42, 1982, p. 797
Joan Underhill HANNON, City Size and Ethnic Discrimination: Michigan Agricultural Implements and Iron Working Industries, in: JEcHist 42, 1982, p. 825
Mark ALDRICH, Determinants of Mortality among New england Cotton Mill Workers during the Progressive Era, in: JEcHist 42, 1982, p. 847
James FOREMAN-PECK, The American Challenge of the Twenties: Multinationals and the European Motor Industry, in: JEcHist 42, 1982, p. 865
Helen Manning HUNTER, The Role of Business Liquidity during the Great Depression and Afterwards: Differences between Large and Small Firms, in: JEcHist 42, 1982, p. 883
Donald R. ADAMS Jr., The Standard of Living during American Industrialization: Evidence from the Brandywine Region, 1800-1860, in: JEcHist 42, 1982, p. 903
Charles P. KINDLEBERGER, Sweden in 1850 as an "Impoverished Sophisticate": Comment, in: JEcHist 42, 1982, p. 918
Lars G. SANDBERG, Sweden as an "Impoverished Sophisticate": A Reply, in: JEcHist 42, 1982, p. 921
   Editors' Notes, p. 923
   Reviews of Books, p. 929

JEcHist 43, 1983
Allan G. BOGUE, Changes in Mechanical and Plant Technology: The Corn Belt, 1910-1940, in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 1
Angus MADDISON, A Comparison of the Levels of GDP per capita in Developed and Developing Countries, 1700-1980, in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 27
Cynthia Taft MORRIS; Irma ADELMAN, Institutional Influences on Poverty in the Nineteenth Century: A Quantitative Comparative Study, in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 43
Jeffrey G. WILLIAMSON, Discussion of Cynthia Taft Morris and Irma Adelman Paper, in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 56
Cynthia Taft MORRIS; Irma ADELMAN, Reply, in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 61
John OTHICK, Development Indicators and the Historical Study of Human Welfare: Towards a New Perspective, in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 63
Martha OLNEY, Fertility and the Standard of Living in Early Modern England: In Consideration of Wrigley and Schofield, in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 71
Harry C. MCDEAN, "Reform" Social Darwinists and Measuring Levels of Living on American Farms, 1920-1926, in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 79
Mancur OLSON, Discussion of McDean Paper, in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 86
Carole SHAMMAS, Food Expenditures and Economic Well-Being in Early Modern England, in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 89
Gloria L. MAIN, The Standard of Living in Colonial Massachusetts, in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 101
Lorena S. WALSH, Urban Amenities and Rural Sufficiency: Living Standards and Consumer Behavior in the Colonial Chesapeake, 1643-1777, in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 109
Paul G.E. CLEMENS, Discussion of Walsh Article, in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 118
Anne C. MEYERING, Did Capitalism Lead to the Decline of the Peasantry? The Case of the French Combraille, in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 121
John KOMLOS, Poverty and Industrialization at the End of the "Phase Transition" in the Czech Crown Lands, in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 129
Elvira M. WILBUR, Was Russian Peasant Agriculture really that Impoverished? New Evidence from a Case Study from the "Impoverished Center" at the End of the Nineteenth Century, in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 137
Ira GLAZIER, Discussion of Wilbur Article, in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 145
Herman H. FREUDENBERGER, Discussion of Wilbur Article, in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 146
J.R. KEARL; Clayne L. POPE, The Life Cycle in Economic History, in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 149
Jackson T. MAIN, Standards of Living in the Life Cycle in Colonial Connecticut, in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 159
Robert A. MARGO; Richard H. STECKEL, Heights of Native-Born Whites during the Antebellum Period, in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 167
R.A. CAGE, The Standard of Living Debate: Glasgow, 1800-1850, in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 175
Susan B. HANLEY, A High Standard of Living in Nineteenth-Century Japan: Fact or Fantasy?, in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 183
Ian W. MCLEAN; Jonathan J. PINCUS, Did Australian Living Standards Stagnate between 1890 and 1940?, in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 193
R.M. HARTWELL, Discussion of McLean and Pincus Article, in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 203
James I. NAKAMURA, Discussion of McLean and Pincus Article, in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 206
Gene SMILEY, Did Incomes for Most of the Population Fall from 1923 through 1929?, in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 209
Mark SCHMITZ; Price V. FISHBACK, The Distribution of Income in the Great Depression: Preliminary State Estimates, in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 217
Roberta M. SPALTER-ROTH, Differentiating between the Living Standards of Husbands and Wives in Two-Wage-Earner Families, 1968 and 1979, in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 231
Louis P. CAIN, Discussion of Spalter-Roth Article, in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 241
Margaret SANDERS, Measurement of Levels of Living in the People's Republic of the Congo since 1950, in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 243
Nola REINHARDT, Commercialization of Agriculture and Rural Living Standards: El Palmar, Colombia, 1960-1979, in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 251
M. Louise FOX, Income Distribution in Post-1964 Brazil: New Results, in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 261
D.M.P. MCCARTHY, Discussion of Fox's Article, in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 272
Carol E. HEIM, Uneven Regional Development in Interwar Britain [Summary of Doctoral Dissertation], in. JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 274
Sanford M. JACOBY, The Origins of Internal Labor Markets in American Manufacturing Firms, 1910-1940 [Summary of Doctoral Dissertation], in. JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 276
Stephen W. SCHOENE, The Economic of U.S. Public Land Policy prior to 1860 [Summary of Doctoral Dissertation], in. JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 279
Diane LINDSTROM, Discussion of Schoene's Dissertation, in. JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 282
Roger C. LISTER, Bank Behavior, Regulation and Economic Development: California, 1860-1910 [Summary of Doctoral Dissertation], in. JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 284
David MITCH, The Spread of Literacy in Nineteenth-Century England [Summary of Doctoral Dissertation], in. JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 287
Karen PFEIFER, Afrarian Reform and the Development of Capitalist Agriculture in Algeria [Summary of Doctoral Dissertation], in. JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 289
Robert E. GALLMANN, Discussion of Pfeifer's Dissertation, in. JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 291
John H. MUNRO, Medieval Monetary Problems: Bimetallism and Bullionism [Workshop Summary], in. JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 294
David F. GOOD, Measuring the Integration of Markets in Labor, Capital and Products [Workshop Summary], in. JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 298
Gary D. LIBECAP, Government Regulation in the Economy [Workshop Summary], in. JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 301
   Editors' Notes, in. JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 303
   Reviews of Books, p. 307
Warren D. DEVINE Jr., From Shafts to Wires: Historical Perspective on Electrification, in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 347
M.K. THORNTON; R.L. THORNTON, Manpower Needs for the Public Works Programs of the Julio-Claudian Emperors, in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 373
Bruce M.S. CAMPBELL, Arable Productivity in Medievl England: Some Evidence from Norfolk, in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 379
Alexander James FIELD, Land Abundance, Interest/Profit Rates and Nineteenth-Century American and British Technology, in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 405
John A. JAMES, Structural Change in American Manufacturing, 1850-1890, in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 433
Malcolm R. BURNS, Economies of Scale in Tobacco Manufacture, 1897-1910, in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 461
Rona S. WEISS, The Market and Massachusetts Farmers, 1750-1850: A Comment, in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 475
Winifred B. ROTHENBURG, The Market and Massachusetts Farmers: Reply, in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 479
Karl HARDACH, Wheat, Rye and the Sources of German Protection: A Comment on Webb's Article, in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 481
Steven B. WEBB, Reply, in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 482
James M. MACDONALD, Merger Statistics Revisited: A Comment, in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 483
Richard TILLY, Reply, in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 486
Gene SMILEY, Recent Unemployment Rate Estimates for the 1920s and 1930s, in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 487
Tim WRIGHT, Economic Development in China during the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries [Review Article], in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 494
   Editors' Notes, p. 501
   Reviews of Books, p. 505
Carl P. PARRINI; Martin J. SKLAR, New Thinking about the Market, 1896-1904: Some American Economists on Investment and the Theory of Surplus Capital, in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 559
Lawrence OFFICER, Dollar-Sterling Mint Parity and Exchange Rates, 1791-1834, in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 579
Lee SOLTOW, Kentucky Wealth at the End of the Eighteenth Century, in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 617
Stanley ENGERMAN, Contract Labor, Sugar and Technology in the Nineteenth Century, in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 635
Peter TEMIN, Patterns of Cotton Agriculture in Post-Bellum Georgia, in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 661
Stephen NICHOLAS, Agency Contracts, Institutional Modes and the Transition to Foreign Direct Investment by British Manufacturing Multinationals before 1939, in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 675
David FEENY, Extensive versus Intensive Agricultural Development: Induced Public Investment in Southeast Asia, 1900-1940, in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 687
Stefano FENOALTEA, The Organization of Serfdom in Eastern Europe: A Comment, in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 705
Robert MILLWARD, The Organization of Serfdom in Eastern Europe: A Reply, in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 709
B.L. ANDERSON; David RICHARDSON, Market Structure and Profits of the British African Trade in the Late Eighteenth Century: A Comment, in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 713
J.E. INIKORI, Market Structure and Profits of British African Trade in the Late Eighteenth Century: A Rejoinder, in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 723
Peter TEMIN, Monetary Trends and other Phenomena [Review Article], in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 729
   Editor's Notes, p. 740
   Reviews of Books, p. 747
Morris SILVER, Karl Polanyi and Markets in the Ancient Near East: The Challenge of the Evidence, in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 795
Gay L. GULLICKSON, Agriculture and Cottage Industry: Redefining the Causes of Proto-Industrialization, in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 831
Donald F. SCHAEFER, The Effect of the 1859 Crop Year upon Relative Productivity in the Antebellum Cotton South, in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 851
Bent HANSEN, Interest Rates and Foreign Capital in Egypt under British Occupation, in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 867
Lee J. ALSTON, Farm Foreclosures in the United States during the Interwar Period, in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 885
Warren C. WHATLEY, Labor for the Picking: The New Deal in the South, in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 905
Carol E. HEIM, Industrial Organization and Regional Development in Interwar Britain, in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 931
David C. MOWERY, Industrial Research and Firm Size, Survival and Growth in American Manufacturing, 1921-1946: An Assessment, in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 953
Dennis O. Flynn; David J. ST. CLAIR, The Social Returns to Empire: A Note, in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 981
Lance E. DAVIS; Robert A. HUTTENBACK, The Social Rate of Return: A Note on a Note, in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 983
Peter H. LINDERT, Remodeling British Economic History: A Review Article, in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 986
Geoffrey JONES, Some Recent Histories of International Oil, in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 993
Thomas G. RAWSKI, New Sources for Studying China's Economy, in: JEcHist 43, 1983, p. 997
   Editors' Notes, p. 1003
   Reviews of Books, p. 1008

JEcHist 44, 1984
David W. GALENSON, The Rise and Fall of Indentured Servitude in the Americas: An Economic Analysis, in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 1
David R. WEIR, Life under Pressure: France and England, 1670-1870, in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 27
N.F.R. CRAFTS, Economic Growth in France and Britain, 1830-1910: A Review of the Evidence, in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 49
Donald H. KAGIN, Monetary Aspects of the Treasury Notes of the War of 1812, in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 69
James H. STOCK, Real Estate Mortgages, Foreclosures and Midwestern Agrarian Unrest, 1865-1920, in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 89
Sevket PAMUK, The Ottoman Empire in the "Great Depression" of 1873-1896, in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 107
Eugene Nelson WHITE, A Reinterpretation of the Banking Crisis of 1930, in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 119
John Joseph WALLIS, The Birth of the Old Federalism: Financing the New Deal, 1932-1940, in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 139
Harry T. OSHIMA, The Growth of U.S. Factor Productivity: The Significance of New Technologies in the Early Decades of the Twentieth Century, in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 161
Michael A. BERNSTEIN; Sean WILENTZ, Marketing, Commerce and Capitalism in Rural Massachusetts, in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 171
Wilifred B. ROTHENBERG, Markets, Values and Capitalism: A Discourse on Method, in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 174
Roger F. RIEFLER, Development of the U.S. Urban System [Review Article], in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 179
   Editors' Notes, p. 185
   Reviews of Books, p. 190
Alice Hanson JONES, Wealth and Growth of the Thirteen Colonies: Some Implications [Presidential Address], in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 239
Douglass C. NORTH, Government and the Cost of Exchange in History, in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 255
Robert R. KELLER; Ann Mari MAY, The Presidential Political Business Cycle of 1972, in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 265
Peter D. MCCLELLAND, Discussion, in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 273
Lee J. ALSTON; Morton Owen SCHAPIRO, Inheritance Laws across Colonies: Causes and Consequences, in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 277
Raymond L. COHN, Mortality on Immigrant Voyages to New York, 1836-1853, in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 289
David ELTIS, Mortality and Voyage Length in the Middle Passage: New Evidence from the Nineteenth Century, in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 301
Philip T. HOFFMAN, The Economic Theory of Sharecropping in Early Modern France, in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 309
William J. HAUSMAN, Cheap Coals or Limitation of the Vend: The London Coal Trade, 1770-1845, in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 321
Reed GEIGER, Planning the French Canals: The "Becquey Plan" of 1820-1822, in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 329
Joel MOKYR, Discussion, in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 341
Philip MIROWSKI, Macroeconomic Instability and the "Natural" Processes in Early Neo-classical Economics, in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 345
Wayne A. LEWCHUK, The Role of the British Government in the Spread of Scientific Management and Fordism in the Interwar Years, in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 355
Barry EICHENGREEN, Keynes and Protection, in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 363
Mark THOMAS, Discussion, in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 375
Gary D. LIBECAP, The Political Allocation of Mineral Rights: A Re-Evaluation of Teapot Dome, in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 381
Arthur F. MCEVOY; Harry N. SCHEIBER, Scientists, Entrepreneurs and the Policy Process: A Study of the Post-1945 California Sardine Depletion, in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 393
Paul A. TIFFANY, The Roots of Decline: Business-Government Relations in the American Steel Industry, 1945-1960, in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 407
Michelle Burge MCALPIN, Economic Policy and the True Believer: The Use of Ricardian Rent Theory in the Bombay Survey and Settlement System, in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 421
Carl E. PRAY, The Impact of Agricultural Research in British India, in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 429
J. van FENSTERMAKER; John E. FILER; Robert Stanley HERREN, Money Statistics of New England, 1785-1837, in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 441
Edwin J. PERKINS, Langdon Cheves and the Panic of 1819: A Reassessment, in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 455
Marie Elizabeth SUSHKA; W. Brian BARRETT, Banking Structure and the National Capital Market, 1869-1914, in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 463
Michael A. BERNSTEIN, A Reassessment of Investment Failure in the Interwar American Economy, in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 479
Alexander J. FIELD, A New Interpretation of the Onset of the Great Depression, in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 389
Steven B. WEBB, The Supply of Money and Reichsbank Financing of Government and Corporate Debt in Germany, 1919-1923, in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 499
Robert A. MCGUIRE; Robert L. OHSFELDT, Economic Interests and the American Constitution: A Quantitative Rehabilitation of Charles A. Beard, in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 509
Javier Cuenca ESTEBAN, Trends and Cycles in U.S. Trade with Spain and the Spanish Empire, 1790-1819, in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 521
Kenneth L. SOKOLOFF, Investment in Fixed and Working Capital during Early Industrialization: Evidence from U.S. Manufacturing Firms, in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 545
David MITCH, Underinvestment in Literacy? The Potential Contribution of Government Involvement in Elementary Education to Economic Growth in Nineteenth-Century England, in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 557
Bernard ELBAUM; William LAZONICK, The Decline of the British Economy: An Institutional Perspective, in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 567
Carol E. HEIM, Structural Transformation and the Demand for New Labor in Advanced Economies: Interwar Britain, in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 585
Lance DAVIS, Discussion, in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 596
Michael EDELSTEIN, Discussion, in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 599
Enrique CÁRDENAS, Mexico's Industrialization during the Great Depression: Public Policy and Private Response [Summary of Doctoral Dissertation], in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 603
Price V. FISHBACK, Employment Conditions of Blacks in the Coal Industry, 1900-1930 [Summary of Doctoral Dissertation], in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 605
John GANDAR, Economic Causation and British Emigration in the Late Nineteenth Century [Summary of Doctoral Dissertation], in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 608
Angela REDISH, The Optimal Supply of Bank Money: Upper Canada's Experience On and Off the Specie Standard [Summary of Doctoral Dissertation], in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 610
David R. WEIR, Fertility Transition in Rural France, 1740-1829 [Summary of Doctoral Dissertation], in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 612
Warren C. WHATLEY, Institutional Change and Mechanization in the Cotton South [Summary of Doctoral Dissertation], in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 614
John A. JAMES, Discussion, in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 617
   Editors' Notes, p. 622
   Association Notes, p. 626
   Reviews of Books, p. 630
Stefano FENOALTEA, Slavery and Supervision in Comparative Perspective: A Model, in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 635
Mary Kilbourne MATOSSIAN, Mold Poisoning and Population Growth in England and France, 1750-1850, in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 669
Jeffrey G. WILLIAMSON, Why was British Growth so slow during the Industrial Revolution?, in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 687
Angela REDISH, Why was Specie scarce in Colonial Economies? An Analysis of the Canadian Currency, 1796-1830, in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 713
David POPE, Rostow's Kondratieff Cycle in Australia, in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 729
Price FISHBACK, Segregation in Job Hierarchies: West Virginia Coal Mining, 1906-1932, in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 755
Avi J. COHEN, Technological Change as Historical Process: The Case of the U.S. Pulp and Paper Industry, 1915-1940, in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 775
Ari Y. BEN-SHACHAR, Demand versus Supply in the Industrial Revolution: A Comment, in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 801
Joel MOKYR, Demand versus Supply in the Industrial Revolution: A Reply, in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 806
Joan Underhill HANNON, The Generosity of Antebellum Poor Relief, in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 810
Barry EICHENGREEN, Experience and the Male-Female Earning Gap in the 1890s, in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 822
Paul L. MENCHIK, Is the Family Wealth Squandered? A Test of the Merry-Widow Model, in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 835
Barbara L. SOLOW, Why Ireland Starved [Review Article], in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 839
   Editors' Notes, p. 844
   Reviews of Books, p. 848
Evsey D. DOMAR; Mark J. MACHINA, On the Profiability of Russian Serfdom, in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 919
Gerald EPSTEIN; Thomas FERGUSON, Monetary Policy, Loan Liquidation and Industrial Conflict: The Federal Reserve and the Open Market Operations of 1932, in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 957
Woodruff D. SMITH, The Function of Commercial Centers in the Modernization of European Capitalism: Amsterdam as an Information Exchange in the Seventeenth Century, in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 985
Joan Underhill HANNON, Poverty in the Antebellum Northeast: The View from New York State's Poor Relief Rolls, in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 1007
Mark BILS, Tariff Protection and Production in the Early U.S. Cotton Textile Industry, in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 1033
Rodney MADDOCK: Ian MCLEAN, Supply-Side Shocks: The Case of Australian Gold, in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 1047
Gregory Clark, Authority and Efficiency: The Labor Market and the Managerial Revolution of the Late Nineteenth Century, in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 1069
Herman FREUDENBERGER; Frances J. MATHER; Clark NARDINELLI, A New Look at the Early Factory Labor Force, in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 1085
David LUDDEN, South Asia Cambridged in Economic Perspective [Review Article], in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 1091
Joel MOKYR, And Thou, Happy Austria? A Review Essay, in: JEcHist 44, 1984, p. 1094
   Editors' Notes, p. 1100    Reviews of Books, p. 1105

JEcHist 45, 1985
Ann KUSSMAUL, Agrarian Change in Seventeenth-Century England: The Economic Historian as Paleontologist, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 1
Debra GLASSMAN; Angela REDISH, New Estimates of the Monetary Stock in France, 1493-1680, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 31
Richard L. RUDOLPH, Agricultural Structure and Proto-Industrialization in Russia: Economic Development with Unfree Labor, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 47
David WEIMAN, The Economic Emancipation of the Non-Slaveholding Class: Upcountry Farmers in the Georgia Cotton Economy, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 71
Lee J. ALSTON; Joseph P. FERRIE, Labor Costs, Paternalism and Loyalty in Southern Agriculture: A Constraint on the Growth of the Welfare State, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 95
Jacob METZER, Howe New was the New ERA? The Public Sector in the 1920s, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 119
Anne MAYHEW; Walter C. NEALE; David W. TANDY, Markets in the Ancient Near East: A Challenge to Silver's Argument and Use of Evidence, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 127
Morris SILVER, Karl Polanyi and Markets in the Ancient Near East: Reply, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 135
N.F.R. CRAFTS, English Workers' Real Wages during the Industrial Revolution: Some Remaining Problems, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 139
Peter LINDERT; Jeffrey WILLIAMSON, English Workers' Real Wages: A Reply to Crafts, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 145
   Editors' Notes, p. 154
   Reviews of Books, p. 159
Stanley LEBERGOTT, The Demand for Land: The United States, 1820-1860, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 181
Daniel Scott SMITH, Notes on the Measurement of Values, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 213
Lary NEAL, Integration of International Capital Markets: Quantitative Evidence from the Eighteeth to Twentieth Centuries, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 219
David W. GALENSON, Population Turnover in the English West Indies in the Late Seventeenth Century: A Comparative Perspective, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 227
Peter LINDERT, Discussion of Neal and Galenson Articles, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 237
Louis P. CAIN, William Dean's Theory of Urban Growth: Chicago's Commerce and Industry, 1854-1871, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 241
Peter A. COCLANIS, Bitter Harvest: The South Carolina Low Country in Historical Perspective, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 251
Lacy K. FORD, Self-Sufficiency, Cotton and Economic Development in the South Carolina Upcountry, 1800-1860, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 260
William H. PHILLIPS, Southern Textile Mill Villages on the Eve of World War II: The Courtenay Mill of South Carolina, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 269
Gary GORTON, Clearinghouses and the Origin of Central Banking in the United States, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 277
Eugene Nelson WHITE, The Merger Movement in Banking, 1919-1933, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 285
Kris INWOOD, Productivity Growth in Obsolescence: Charcoal Iron Revisited, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 293
Robert R. MACMURRAY, Technological Change in a Society in Transition: Work in Progress on a Unified Reference Work in Early American Patent History, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 299
Richard J. SULLIVAN, The Timing and Pattern of Technological Development in English Agriculture, 1611-1850, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 305
George GRANTHAM, Discussion of Inwood, MacMurray and Sullivan Articles, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 315
William K. HUTCHINSON, Import Substitution, Structural Change and Regional Exonomic Growth in the United States: The Northeast, 1870-1910, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 319
Jacob METZER; Oded KAPLAN, Jointly but Severally: Arab-Jewish Dualism and Economic Growth in Mandatory Palestine, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 327
Leslie HANNAH, Why Employer-Based Pension Plans? The Case of Britain, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 347
K. Celeste GASPARI; Arthur G. WOOLF, Income, Public Works and Mortality in Early Twentieth-Century American Cities, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 355
John W. ADAMS; Alice Bee KASAKOFF, Wealth and Migration in Massachusetts and Maine: 1771-1798, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 363
Bennett D. BAACK; Edward John RAY, The political Economy of the Origins of the Military-Industrial Complex in the United States, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 369
Hugh ROCKOFF, The Origins of the Federal Budget, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 377
Colin FORSTER, Unemployment and Minimum Wages in Australia, 1900-1930, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 383
R.M. HARTWELL, Discussion of Baack and Ray, Rockoff and Forster Articles, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 389
Andrew A. BEVERIDGE, Local Lending Practice: Borrowers in a Small Northeastern Industrial City, 1832-1915, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 393
William CLARK; Charlie TURNER, International Trade and the Evolution of the American Capital Market, 1888-1911, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 405
Louis FERLEGER, Capital Goods and Southern Economic Development, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 411
John S. LYONS, Vertical Integration in the British Cotton Industry, 1825-1850: A Revision, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 419
Albion M. URDANK, Economic Decline in the English Industrial Revolution: The Gloucester Wool Trade, 1800-1840, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 427
Leonard N. ROSENBAND, Productivity and Labor Discipline in the Montgolfier Paper Mill, 1780-1805, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 435
Herman FREUDENBERGER, Discussion of Lyons, Urdank and Rosenband Articles, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 445
Susan Mosher STUARD, Medieval Workshop: Toward a Theory of Consumption and Economic Change, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 447
George R. BOYER, The Economic Role of the English Poor Law, 1780-1805, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 452
Jack A. GOLDSTONE, Origins of the English Revolution: A Demographic Approach, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 454
William MASS, Technological Change and Industrial Relations: the Diffusion of Automatic Weaving in the United States and Britain, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 458
Mark THOMAS, An Input-Output Approach to the British Economy, 1890-1914, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 460
Mary M. SCHWEITZER, Contracts and Custom: Economic Policy in Colonial Pennsylvania, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 463
Larry SCHWEIKART, Banking in the American South, 1836-1865, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 465
Marlene H. RIKARD, An Experiment in Welfare Capitalism: The Health Care Services of the Tennessee Coal, Iron and Railway Company, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 467
Joel MOKYR, Discussion of Boyer, Goldstone, Mass and Thomas Dissertations, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 471
Harold D. WOODMAN, Discussion of Schweitzer, Schweikart and Rikard Dissertations, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 471
   Reviews of Books, p. 484
John A. JAMES; Jonathan S. SKINNER, The Resolution of the Labor-Scarcity Paradox, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 513
John MCDONALD; G.D. SNOOKS, The Determinants of Manorial Income in Domesday England: Evidence from Essex, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 541
Lawrence H. OFFICER, Integration in the American Foreign-Exchange Market, 1791-1900, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 557
Thomas C. OWEN, The Russian Industrial Society and Tsarist Economic Policy, 1867-1905, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 587
Bennett D. BAACK; Edward John RAY, Special Interests and the Adoption of the Income Tax in the United States, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 607
Kent OSBAND, The Boll Weevil versus "King Cotton", in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 627
Robert WOODS, The Effects of Population Redistribution on the Level of Mortality in Nineteenth-Century England and Wales, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 645
Gene SMILEY, Banking Structure and the National Capital Market, 1869-1914: A Comment, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 653
Marie Elizabeth SUSHKA; W. Brian BARRETT, Banking Structure and the National Capital Market, 1869-1914: A Reply, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 661
Frederic L. PRYOR, Climatic Fluctuations as a Cause of the Differential Economic Growth of the Orient and Occident: A Comment, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 667
E.L. JONES, Disasters and Economic Differentiation across Eurasia: A Reply, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 675
Frederic L. PRYOR, A Rejoinder, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 683
Raymond L. COHN, Deaths of Slaves in the Middle Passage, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 685
William DARITY Jr., The Numbers Game and the Profitability of the British Trade in Slaves, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 693
B.L. ANDERSON; David RICHARDSON, Market Structure and the Profits of the British African Trade in the Late Eighteenth Century: A Rejoinder Rebutted, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 705
J.E. INIKORI, Market Structure and Profits: A Further Rejoinder, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 708
William J. HAUSMAN, British Coal, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 712
Bent HANSEN, Egypt Decolonized, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 716
   Reviews of Books, p. 724
Robert TRIFFIN, A Retrospective on the Classical Gold Standard: Two Views, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 963
Winifred B. ROTHENBERG, The Emergence of a Capital Market in Rural Massachusetts, 1730-1838, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 781
Marcello de CECCO, Monetary Theory and Roman History, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 809
Kathleen BIDDICK, Medieval English Peasants and Market Involvement, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 823
Hiram CATON, The Preindustrial Economics of Adam Smith, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 833
Farley GRUBB, The Market for Indentured Immigrants: Evidence on the Efficiency of Forward-Labor Contracting in Philadelphia, 1745-1773, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 855
Elmus WICKER, Colonial Monetary Standards Contrasted: Evidence from the Seven Years' War, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 869
Michael HAINES, Inequality in Childhood Mortality: A Comparison of England and Wales, 1911, and the United States, 1900, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 885
Thomas MAYER; Monojit CHATTERJI, Political Shocks and Investment: Some Evidence from the 1930s, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 913
Barry EICHENGREEN; Jeffrey SACHS, Exchange Rates and Economic Recovery in the 1930s, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 925
Susan J. LINZ, Foreign Aid and the Soviet Postwar Recovery, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 947
Peter TOUMANOFF, A Note on the Profitability of Serfdom, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 955
Evsey DOMAR; Mark MACHINA, The Profitability of Serfdom: A Reply, in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 960
Robert TRIFFIN; Charles CALOMIRIS, A Retrospective on the Classical Gold Standard: Two Views [Review Article], in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 963
   Editors' Notes, p. 969
   In Memoriam: Alice Hanson Jones [Obituary], in: JEcHist 45, 1985, p. 972
   Reviews of Books, p. 974

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