Journal of Economic History (JEcHist)
vol. 46, 1986 – vol. 55, 1995

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JEcHist 46, 1986
Donald HOKE, Ingenious Yankees, The Rise of the American System of Manufacturers in the Private Sector, in: JEcHist 46, 1986, p.
Rober L. RANSOM; Richard SUTCH, Retirement of Men On and Off the Job, 1870-1937, in: JEcHist 46, 1986, p. 1
John M. VEITCH, Repudiations and Confiscations by the Medieval State, in: JEcHist 46, 1986, p. 31
Philip HOFFMAN, Taxes and Agrarian Lands in Early Modern France: Land Sales, 1550-1730, in: JEcHist 46, 1986, p. 37
Richard H. STECKEL; Richard A. JENSEN, New Evidence of the Causes of Slave and Crew Mortality in the Atlantic Slave Trade, in: JEcHist 46, 1986, p. 57
Robert A. MCGUIRE; Robert L. OHSFELDT, An Economic Model of Voting Behavior over Specific Issues at the Constitutional Convention of 1787, in: JEcHist 46, 1986, p. 79
George R. BOYER, The Old Poor Law and the Agricultural Labor Market in Sourthn England: An Empirical Analysis, in: JEcHist 46, 1986, p. 113
David F. GOOD, Unseen Development in the Nineteenth Century: A Comparison of the Habsburg Empire and the United States, in: JEcHist 46, 1986, p. 137
Louis P. CAIN; Donald G. PATERSON, Biased Technical Change, Scale and Factor Substitution in American Industry, 1850-1919, in: JEcHist 46, 1986, p. 153
Solomos SOLOMOU, Non-Balanced Growth and Kondratieff Waves in the World Economy, 1850-1913, in: JEcHist 46, 1986, p. 165
Ranald C. MICHIE, The London and New York Stock Exchanges, 1850-1914, in: JEcHist 46, 1986, p. 171
Robert A. MARGO, Race, Educational Attainment and the 1940 Census, in: JEcHist 46, 1986, p. 189
Willis PETERSON; Yoav KISLEY, The Cotton Harvester in Retrospect: Labor Displacement or Replacement?, in: JEcHist 46, 1986, p. 199
Yasukichi YUSUBA, Standard of Living in Japan before Industrialization: From What Level Did Japan Begin? A Comment, in: JEcHist 46, 1986, p. 217
Susan B. HANLEY, Standard of Living in Nineteenth-Century Japan: Reply to Yasuba, in: JEcHist 46, 1986, p. 225
Richard ROEHL, The Ecclesiastical Economy of Medieval Europe, in: JEcHist 46, 1986, p. 227
   Reviews of Books, p. 247
Stanley L. ENGERMAN, Slavery and Emancipation in Comparative Perspective: A Look at Some Recent Debates, in: JEcHist 46, 1986, p. 317
Christina ROMER, New Estimates of Prewar Gross National Product and Unemployment, in: JEcHist 46, 1986, p. 341
David R. WEIR, The Reliability of Historical Macroeconomic Data for Comparative Cyclical Stability, in: JEcHist 46, 1986, p. 353
Stanley LEBERGOTT, Discussion of Weir and Romer Articles, in: JEcHist 46, 1986, p. 367
Susan B. CARTER, Occupational Segregation, Teachers' Wages and American Economic Growth, in: JEcHist 46, 1986, p. 373
Moses ABRAMOVITZ, Catching Up, Forging Ahead and Falling Behind, in: JEcHist 46, 1986, p. 385
Farley GRUBB, Redemptioner Immigration to Pennsylvania: Evidence of Contract Choice and Profitability, in: JEcHist 46, 1986, p. 407
George R. BOYER, The Poor Law, Migration and Economic Growth, in: JEcHist 46, 1986, p. 419
James W. OBERLY, Westward Who? Estimates of Native White Interstate Migration after the War of 1812, in: JEcHist 46, 1986, p. 431
Barry EICHENGREEN; Henry A. GEMERY, The Earnings of Skilled and Unskilled Immigrants at the End of the Nineteenth Century, in: JEcHist 46, 1986, p. 441
Milton ESBITT, Bank Portfolios and Bank Failures during the Great Depression: Chicago, in: JEcHist 46, 1986, p. 455
Jeremy ATACK, Firm Size and Industrial Structure in the United States during the Nineteenth Century, in: JEcHist 46, 1986, p. 463
Trevor J.O. DICK, Consumer Behavior in the Nineteenth Century and Ontario Workers, 1885-1889, in: JEcHist 46, 1986, p. 477
Kenneth SNOWDEN, Three Essays on the American Capital Market, 1870-1913, in: JEcHist 46, 1986, p. 491
Christina ROMER, The Instability of the Prewar Economy Reconsidered: A Critical Examination of Historical Macroeconomic Data, in: JEcHist 46, 1986, p. 494
Gordon BOYCE, The Growth and Dissolution of a Large-Scale Business Enterprise: The Furness Interest, 1892-1919, in: JEcHist 46, 1986, p. 496
Gregory CLARK, British Labor in Britain's Decline, in: JEcHist 46, 1986, p. 498
Mary MACKINNON, Poverty and Policy: The English Poor Law, in: JEcHist 46, 1986, p. 500
W. Elliot BROWNLEE; Michael EDELSTEIN, Discussion of Hoke, Snowden, Romer, Boyce, Clark and MacKinnon Dissertations, in: JEcHist 46, 1986, p. 503
Jon S. COHEN, Marxism in a Nutshell, in: JEcHist 46, 1986, p. 515
   Reviews of Books, p. 526
David S. LANDES, What Do Bosses Really Do?, in: JEcHist 46, 1986, p. 585
Donald R. ADAMS Jr., Prices and Wages in Maryland, 1750-1850, in: JEcHist 46, 1986, p. 625
Naomi R. LAMOREAUX, Banks, Kinship and Economic Development: The New England Case, in: JEcHist 46, 1986, p. 647
Michael TURNER, English Open Fields and Enclosures: Retardation or Productivity Improvements, in: JEcHist 46, 1986, p. 669
Jeffrey G. WILLIAMSON, The Impact of the Irish on British Labor Markets during the Industrial Revolution, in: JEcHist 46, 1986, p. 693
Richard H. STECKEL, A Peculiar Population: The Nutrition, Health and Mortality of American Slaves from Childhood to Maturity, in: JEcHist 46, 1986, p. 721
Martin BROWN; Peter PHILIPS, Craft Labor and Mechanization in Nineteenth-Century American Canning, in: JEcHist 46, 1986, p. 743
Eugene SMOLENSKY, Munipal Financing of the U.S. Fine Arts Museum: A Historical Rationale, in: JEcHist 46, 1986, p. 757
Steven B. WEBB, Fiscal News and Inflationary Expectations in Germany after World War I, in: JEcHist 46, 1986, p. 769
Gail E. MAKINEN, The Greek Hyperinflation and Stabilization of 1943-1946, in: JEcHist 46, 1986, p. 795
   Reviews of Books, p. 813
Jennifer ROBACK, The Political Economy of Segregation: The Case of Segregated Streetcars, in: JEcHist 46, 1986, p. 893
Robert C. STACEY, Agricultural Investment and the Management of the Royal Demesne Manors, 1236-1240, in: JEcHist 46, 1986, p. 919
E.H. HUNT, Industrialization and Regional Inequality: Wages in Britain 1760-1914, in: JEcHist 46, 1986, p. 935
Ann M. CARLOS; Elizabeth HOFFMAN, The North American Fur Trade: Bargaining to a Joint Profit Maximum under Incomplete Information, 1804-1821, in: JEcHist 46, 1986, p. 963
Michael HUBERMAN, Invisible Handshakes in Lancashire: Cotton Spinning in the First Half of the Nineteenth Century, in: JEcHist 46, 1986, p. 987
Morris ALTMAN, Resource Endowment and Location Theory in Economic History: A Case Study of Quebec and Ontario at the Turn of the Twentieth Century, in: JEcHist 46, 1986, p. 999
Price V. FISHBACK, Did Coal Miners "Owe Their Souls to the Company Store"? Theory and Evidence from the Early 1900s, in: JEcHist 46, 1986, p. 1011
Rondo CAMERON, Was England Really Superior to France?, in: JEcHist 46, 1986, p. 1031
   Reviews of Books, p. 1044


JEcHist 47, 1987
Jacob M. PRICE; Paul G.E. CLEMENS, A Revolution of Scale in Overseas Trade: British Firms in the Chesapeake Trade, 1675-1775, in: JEcHist 47, 1987, p. 1
Warren WHATLEY, Southern Agrarian Labor Contracts as Impediments to Cotton Mechanization, in: JEcHist 47, 1987, p. 45
S.R.H. JONES, Technology, Transaction Costs and the Transition to Factory Production in the British Silk Industry, 1700-1870, in: JEcHist 47, 1987, p. 71
Larry NEAL, The Integration and Efficiency of the London and Amsterdam Stock Markets in the Eighteenth Century, in: JEcHist 47, 1987, p. 97
Carol E. HEIM; Philip MIROWSKI, Interest Rates and Crowding-Out during Britain's Industrial Revolution, in: JEcHist 47, 1987, p. 117
Gregory CLARK, Why Isn't the Whole World Developed? Lessons from the Cotton Mills, in: JEcHist 47, 1987, p. 141
Frank LEWIS; Mary MACKINNON, Government Loan Guarantees and the Failure of the Canadian Northern Railway, in: JEcHist 47, 1987, p. 175
Gregory MILLS; Hugh ROCKOFF, Compliance with Price Controls in the United States and the United Kingdom during World War II, in: JEcHist 47, 1987, p. 197
Jeffrey G. WILLIAMSON, Has Crowding Out Really Been Given a Fair Test? A Comment, in: JEcHist 47, 1987, p. 214
   Editors' Notes, p. 217
   Reviews of Books, p. 221
Stuart BRUCHEY, Economy and Society in an Earlier America, in: JEcHist 47, 1987, p. 299
David HOKE, British and American Horology: Time to Test Factor Substitution Models, in: JEcHist 47, 1987, p. 321
Daniel NELSON, Mass Production and the U.S. Tire Industry, in: JEcHist 47, 1987, p. 329
Leonard S. REICH, Edison, Coolidge and Langmuir: Evolving Approaches to American Industrial Research, in: JEcHist 47, 1987, p. 341
Peter HAYES, Carl Bosch and Carl Krauch: Chemistry and the Political Economy of Germany, 1925-1945, in: JEcHist 47, 1987, p. 353
Carol E. HEIM, R & D, Defense and Spatial Divisionso f Labor in Twentieth-Century Britain, in: JEcHist 47, 1987, p. 365
Roger L. RANSOM; Richard SUTCH, Tontine Insurance and the Armstrong Investigation: A Case of Stifled Innovation, in: JEcHist 47, 1987, p. 379
Richard SYLLA; John B. LEGLER; John J. WALLIS, Banks and State Public Finance in the New Republic: The United States, 1790-1860, in: JEcHist 47, 1987, p. 391
Michael D. BORDO; Angela REDISH, Why Did the Bank of Canada Emerge in 1935?, in: JEcHist 47, 1987, p. 405
Gregory CLARK, Productivity Growth without Technical Change in European Agriculture before 1850, in: JEcHist 47, 1987, p. 419
Ross THOMSON, Learning by Selling and Invention: The Case of the Sewing Machine, in: JEcHist 47, 1987, p. 433
Peter J. GEORGE; Richard J. PRESTON, "Going in Between": The Impact of European Technology on the Work Patterns of the West Main Cree of Northern Ontario, in: JEcHist 47, 1987, p. 447
Richard ROBERTS, French Colonialism, Imported Technology and the handicraft Textile Industry in the Western Sudan, 1898-1918, in: JEcHist 47, 1987, p. 461
Alexander FIELD, Modern Business Enterprise as a Capital-Saving Innovation, in: JEcHist 47, 1987, p. 473
Carolyn C. COOPER; Martha L. OLNEY; Jonathan B. PRITCHETT; Spehen H. HABER; Aurel SCHUBERT; Martha SHIELLS, Summaries of Doctoral Dissertations, in: JEcHist 47, 1987, p. 487
Glenn PORTER; Larry NEAL, Discussion of Doctoral Dissertations, in: JEcHist 47, 1987, p. 501
Robert S. GOTTFRIED, The Black Death: A Comment, in: JEcHist 47, 1987, p. 509
   Editors' Notes, p. 511
   Reviews of Books, p. 516
Mary MACKINNON, English Poor Law Policy and the Crusade against Outrelief, in: JEcHist 47, 1987, p. 603
David F. WEIMAN, Farmers and the Market in Antebellum America: A View from the Georgia Upcountry, in: JEcHist 47, 1987, p. 627
John Vincent NYE, Firm Size and Economic Backwardness: A New Look at the French Industrialization Debate, in: JEcHist 47, 1987, p. 649
Kenneth A. SNOWDEN, Mortage Rates and American Capital Market Development in the Late Nineteenth Century, in: JEcHist 47, 1987, p. 671
John L. NEUFELD, Price Discrimination and the Adoption of the Electricity Demand Charge, in: JEcHist 47, 1987, p. 693
Loren BRANDT, Farm Household Behavior, Factor Markets and the Distributive Consequences of Commercialization in Early Twentieth-Century China, in: JEcHist 47, 1987, p. 711
Barrie A. WIGMORE, Was the Bank Holiday of 1933 Caused by a Run on the Dollar?, in: JEcHist 47, 1987, p. 739
Barry EICHENGREEN, Agricultural Mortgages in the Populist Era: Reply to Snowden, in: JEcHist 47, 1987, p. 757
Jon MOEN, The Labor of Older Men: A Comment, in: JEcHist 47, 1987, p. 761
Evsey DOMAR, Kathan on Russian Economic History [Review Article], in: JEcHist 47, 1987, p. 769
James E. CRONIN, The Wisdom of Conventional Wisdom [Review Article], in: JEcHist 47, 1987, p. 775
   Editors' Notes, p. 778
   Reviews of Books, p. 780
RobertA. MARGO; Georgia C. VILLAFLOR, The Growth of Wages in Antebellum America: New Evidence, in: JEcHist 47, 1987, p. 873
John KOMLOS, The Height and Weight of West Point Cadets: Dietary Changes in Antebellum America, in: JEcHist 47, 1987, p. 897
Jane HUMPHRIES, "… The Most Free from Objection …" The Sexual Division of Labor and Women's Work in Nineteenth-Century England, in: JEcHist 47, 1987, p. 929
Susan P. MCCAFFRAY, Origins of Labor Policy in the Russian Coal and Steel Industry, 1874-1900, in: JEcHist 47, 1987, p. 951
Derek MATTHEWS, The Technical Transformation of the Late Nineteenth-Century Gas Industry, in: JEcHist 47, 1987, p. 967
Mira WILKINS, Efficiency and Management: A Comment on Gregory Clark's "Why Isn't the Whole World Developed?", in: JEcHist 47, 1987, p. 981
Nancy VIRTS, Estimating the Importance of the Plantation System to Southern Agriculture in 1880, in: JEcHist 47, 1987, p. 984
   Editors' Notes, p. 989
   Reviews of Books, p. 992

JEcHist 48, 1988
Gerald FRIEDMAN, Strike Success and Union Ideology: The United States and France, 1880-1914, in: JEcHist 48, 1988, p. 1
Gloria L. MAIN; Jackson T. MAIN, Economic Growth and the Standard of Living in Southern New England, 1640-1774, in: JEcHist 48, 1988, p. 27
Charles W. CALOMIRIS, Institutional Failure, Monetary Scarcity and the Depreciation of the Continental, in: JEcHist 48, 1988, p. 47
Joel MOKYR, Is There Still Life in the Pessimist Case? Consumption during the Industrial Revolution, 1790-1850, in: JEcHist 48, 1988, p. 69
Robert C. ALLEN; Cormac Ó GRÁDA, On the Road Again with Arthur Young: English, Irish and French Agriculture during the Industrial Revolution, in: JEcHist 48, 1988, p. 93
Robert C. ALLEN, Inferring Yields from Probate Inventories, in: JEcHist 48, 1988, p. 117
James T. CAMPEN; Anne MAYHEW, The National Banking System and Southern Economic Growth: Evidence from One Southern City, 1870-1900, in: JEcHist 48, 1988, p. 127
George KARATZAS, The Greek Hyperinflation and Stabilization of 1943-1946: A Comment on Makinen, in: JEcHist 48, 1988, p. 138
Gail E. MAKINEN, The Greek Hyperinflation and Stabilization of 1943-1946: A Reply, in: JEcHist 48, 1988, p. 140
Gregory CLARK, Can Management Develop the World? Reply to Wilkins, in: JEcHist 48, 1988, p. 143
John KOMLOS, The Food Budget of English Workers: A Comment on Shammas, in: JEcHist 48, 1988, p. 149
Robert S. DUPLESSIS, Urban History, Urbanization and Economic History, in: JEcHist 48, 1988, p. 150
   Reviews of Books, p. 160
Louis GALAMBOS, What Have CEOs Been Doing?, in: JEcHist 48, 1988, p. 243
David F. WEIMAN, Urban Growth on the Periphery of the Antebellum Cotton Belt: Atlanta, 1847-1860, in: JEcHist 48, 1988, p. 259
Kenneth A. SNOWDEN, Mortgage Lending and American Urbanization, 1880-1890, in: JEcHist 48, 1988, p. 273
Jane KNODELL, Interregional Financial Integration and the Banknote Market: The Old Northwest, 1815-1845, in: JEcHist 48, 1988, p. 287
Eric S. SCHUBERT, Innovations, Debts and Bubbles: International Integration of Financial Markets in Western Europe, 1688-1720, in: JEcHist 48, 1988, p. 299
John C. BROWN, Coping with Crisis? The Diffusion of Waterworks in Late Nineteenth-Century German Towns, in: JEcHist 48, 1988, p. 307
George R. BOYER, What Did Unions Do in Nineteenth-Century Britain?, in: JEcHist 48, 1988, p. 319
Richard H. STECKEL, The Health and Mortality of Women and Children, 1850-1860, in: JEcHist 48, 1988, p. 333
John B. LEGLER; Richard SYLLA; John J. WALLIS, U.S. City Finances and the Growth of Government, 1850-1902, in: JEcHist 48, 1988, p. 347
Pim KOOIJ, Peripheral Cities and their Regions in the Dutch Urban System until 1900, in: JEcHist 48, 1988, p. 357
Edward Peter FITZGERALD, Did France's Colonial Empire Make Economic Sense? A Perspective from the Postwar Decade, 1946-1956, in: JEcHist 48, 1988, p. 373
Daniel M.G. RAFF, Wage Determination Theory and the Five-Dollar Day at Ford, in: JEcHist 48, 1988, p. 387
Boris V. ANAN'ICH, The Russian Private Banking Houses, 1870-1914, in: JEcHist 48, 1988, p. 401
Eric S. SCHUBERT, The Ties That Bound: Market Behavior in Foreign Exchange in Western Europe during the Eighteenth Century, in: JEcHist 48, 1988, p. 409
Francesco L. GALASSI, Reassessing Mediterranean Agriculture: Stagnation and Growth in Tuscany, 1870-1914, in: JEcHist 48, 1988, p. 410
Judith A. MILLER, The Pragmatic Economy: Liberal Reforms and the Grain Trade in Upper Normandy, 1750-1789, in: JEcHist 48, 1988, p. 412
Anthony O'BRIEN, Prosperity and Depression, 1893-1933, in: JEcHist 48, 1988, p. 415
Sally CLARKE, Farmers as Entrepreneurs: Regulation and Innovation in American Agriculture during the Twentieth Century, in: JEcHist 48, 1988, p. 416
Kenneth LIPARTITO, The Telephone in the South: A Comparative Analysis, 1877-1920, in: JEcHist 48, 1988, p. 419
William N. PARKER, Old Themes and New Techniques, Part I, in: JEcHist 48, 1988, p. 428
David R. WEIR, Old Themes and New Techniques, Part II, in: JEcHist 48, 1988, p. 435
   Reviews of Books, p. 442
Winifred B. ROTHENBERG, The Emergence of Farm Labor Markets and the Transformation of the Rural Economy: Massachusetts, 1750-1855, in: JEcHist 48, 1988, p. 537
Robert E. GALLMAN, Changes in the Level of Literacy in a New Community of Early America, in: JEcHist 48, 1988, p. 567
Farley GRUBB, The Auction of Redemtioner Servants, Philadelphia, 1771-1804: An Economic Analysis, in: JEcHist 48, 1988, p. 583
Stefano FENOALTEA, International Resource Flows and Construction Movements in the Atlantic Economy: The Cuznets Cycle in Italy, 1861-1913, in: JEcHist 48, 1988, p. 605
Anthony Patrick O'BRIEN, Factory Size, Economies of Scale and the Great Merger Wave of 1898-1902, in: JEcHist 48, 1988, p. 639
John Joseph WALLIS; Douglass C. NORTH, Should Transaction Costs be Subtracted from Gross National Product?, in: JEcHist 48, 1988, p. 651
John KOMLOS, Agricultural Productivity in America and Eastern Europe: A Comment, in: JEcHist 48, 1988, p. 655
August C. BOLINO, British and American Horology: A Comment on Hoke, in: JEcHist 48, 1988, p. 665
John R. HANSON II, Why Isn't the Whole World Developed? A Traditional View, in: JEcHist 48, 1988, p. 668
Carole SHAMMAS, The Food Budget of English Workers: A Reply to Komlos, in: JEcHist 48, 1988, p. 673
John Vincent NYE, Game Theory and the North American Fur Trade: A Comment, in: JEcHist 48, 1988, p. 677
Ann M. CARLOS; Elizabeth HOFFMAN, Game Theory and the North American Fur Trade: A Reply, in: JEcHist 48, 1988, p. 681
Ron MICHENER, Backing Theories and the Currencies of Eighteenth-Century America: A Comment, in: JEcHist 48, 1988, p. 682
Charles W. CALOMIRIS, The Depreciation of the Continental: A Reply, in: JEcHist 48, 1988, p. 693
Charles H. FEINSTEIN, The Rise and Fall of the Williamson Curve, in: JEcHist 48, 1988, p. 699
   Reviews of Books, p. 733
Kenneth L. SOKOLOFF, Inventive Activity in Early Industrial America: Evidence from Patent Records, 1790-1846, in: JEcHist 48, 1988, p. 813
C. Knick HARLEY, Ocean Freight Rates and Productivity, 1740-1913: The Primacy of Mechanical Invention Reaffirmed, in: JEcHist 48, 1988, p. 851
Kenneth NG, Free Banking Laws and Barriers to Entry in Banking, 1838-1860, in: JEcHist 48, 1988, p. 877
Peter TEMIN, Product Quality and Vertical Integration in the Early Cotton Textile Industry, in: JEcHist 48, 1988, p. 891
   Reviews of Books, p. 914

JEcHist 49, 1989
Lawrence H. OFFICER, The Remarkable Efficiency of the Dollar-Sterling Gold Standard, 1890-1906, in: JEcHist 49, 1989, p. 1
George GRANTHAM, Agricultural Supply during the Industrial Revolution: French Evidence and European Implications, in: JEcHist 49, 1989, p. 43
David L. CARLTON; Peter A. COCLANIS, Capital Mobilization and Sourthern Industry, 1880-1905: The Case of the Carolina Piedmont, in: JEcHist 49, 1989, p. 73
David R. WEIR, Tontines, Public Finance and Revolution in France and England, 1688-1789, in: JEcHist 49, 1989, p. 95
Price V. FISHBACK; Dieter LAUSZUS, The Quality of Services in Company Towns: Sanitation in Coal Towns during the 1920s, in: JEcHist 49, 1989, p. 125
Donald F. SCHAEFER, Locational Choice in the Antebellum South, in: JEcHist 49, 1989, p. 145
Joshua L. ROSENBLOOM, Is Wage Rate Dispersion a Good Index of Labor Market Integration? A Comment on Rothenberg, in: JEcHist 49, 1989, p. 166
Roger L. RANSOM; Richard SUTCH, The Trend in the Rate of Labor Force Participation of Older Men, 1870-1930: A Reply to Moen, in: JEcHist 49, 1989, p. 170
George GRANTHAM, Jean Meuvret and the Subsistance Problem in Early Modern France, in: JEcHist 49, 1989, p. 184
   Reviews of Books, p. 205
Jacob M. PRICE, What Did Merchants Do? Reflections on British Overseas Trade, 1660-1790, in: JEcHist 49, 1989, p. 267
David FEENY, The Decline of Property Rights in Man in Thailand, 1800-1913, in: JEcHist 49, 1989, p. 285
Kerry A. ODELL, The Integration of Regional and Interregional Capital Markets: Evidence from the Pacific Coast States, in: JEcHist 49, 1989, p. 297
Mary M. SCHWEITZER, State-Issued Currency and the Ratification of the U.S. Constitution, in: JEcHist 49, 1989, p. 311
Kenneth LIPARTITO, System Building on the Margin: The Problem of Public Choice in the Telephone Industry, in: JEcHist 49, 1989, p. 323
Bernard ELBAUM, Why Apprenticeship Persisted in Britain But Not in the United States, in: JEcHist 49, 1989, p. 337
Jerome C. ROSE, Biological Consequences of Segretation and Economic Deprivation: A Post-Slavery Population from Southwest Arkansas, in: JEcHist 49, 1989, p. 351
Richard N. LANGLOIS; Paul L. ROBERTSON, Explaining Vertical Integration: Lessons from the American Automobile Industry, in: JEcHist 49, 1989, p. 361
Matha L. OLNEY, Credit as a Production-Smoothing Device: The Case of Automobiles, 1913-1938, in: JEcHist 49, 1989, p. 377
Lorena S. WALSH, Plantation Management in the Chesapeake, 1620-1820, in: JEcHist 49, 1989, p. 393
Lois Green CARR; Russell R. MENARD, Land, Labor and Economies of Scale in Early Maryland: Some Limits to Growth in the Chesapeake System of Husbandry, in: JEcHist 49, 1989, p. 407
Lon L. PETERS, Managing Competition in German Coal, 1893-1913, in: JEcHist 49, 1989, p. 419
Daniel BARBEZAT, Cooperation and Rivalry in the International Steel Cartel, 1926-1932, in: JEcHist 49, 1989, p. 435
Helen SHAPIRO, State Intervention and Industrialization. The Origins of the Brazilian Automotive Industry, in: JEcHist 49, 1989, p. 448
John C. BROWN, Reforming the Urban Environment: Sanitation, Housing and Government Intervention in Germany, 1870-1910, in: JEcHist 49, 1989, p. 450
Timothy GUINNANE, Migration, Marriage and Household Formation: The Irish at the Turn of the Century, in: JEcHist 49, 1989, p. 452
Ali I. SAAD, Schooling and Occupational Choice in Nineteenth-Century America, in: JEcHist 49, 1989, p. 454
Colleen M. CALLAHAN, Movements in Aggregate Price Uncertainty in the United States, 1884-1981, in: JEcHist 49, 1989, p. 457
David C. WHEELOCK, The Strategy and Consistency of Federal Reserve Monetary Policy, 1919-1933, in: JEcHist 49, 1989, p. 459
   Reviews of Books, p. 473
Eugene Nelson WHITE, Was There a Solution to the Ancien Régime's Financial Dilemma?, in: JEcHist 49, 1989, p. 545
Peter J. WYLIE, Technological Adaptation in Canadian Manufacturing, 1900-1929, in: JEcHist 49, 1989, p. 569
Thomas K. MCCRAW; Forest REINHARDT, Losing to Win: U.S. Steel's Pricing, Investment Decisions and Market Share, 1901-1938, in: JEcHist 49, 1989, p. 593
Douglas FISHER; Walter N. THURMAN, Sweden's Financial Sophistication in the Ninteenth Century: An Appraisal, in: JEcHist 49, 1989, p. 621
David W. GALENSON; Clayne L. POPE, Economic and Geographic Mobility on the Farming Frontier: Evidence from Appanoose County, Iowa, 1850-1870, in: JEcHist 49, 1989, p. 635
Ulrich BLUM; Leonard DUDLEY, A Spatial Approach to Structural Change: The Making of the French Hexagon, in: JEcHist 49, 1989, p. 657
Christopher GRANDY, New Jersey Corporate Chartermongering, 1875-1929, in: JEcHist 49, 1989, p. 677
Marshall SARNAT, The Emergence of Israel's Security Market: A Note, in: JEcHist 49, 1989, p. 693
Thomas C. OWEN, A Standard Ruble of Account for Russian Business History, 1769-1914: A Note, in: JEcHist 49, 1989, p. 699
Gregory CLARK, Why Isn't the Whole World Developed? A Reply to Hanson, in: JEcHist 49, 1989, p. 707
Donald HOKE, British and American Horology: A Reply to Bolino, in: JEcHist 49, 1989, p. 715
Joachim F. BLÄSING, Promising and Stimulating: Modern Business History in Germany and the Netherlands, in: JEcHist 49, 1989, p. 720
   Reviews of Books, p. 727
Douglass C. NORTH; Barry R. WEINGAST, Constitutions and Commitment: The Evolution of Institutions governing Public Choice in Seveneeth-Century England, in: JEcHist 49, 1989, p. 803
Gary D. LIBECAP, The Political Economy of Crude Oil Catelization in the United States, 1933-1972, in: JEcHist 49, 1989, p. 833
Avner GREIF, Reputation and Coalitions in Medieval Trade: Evidence on the Maghribi Traders, in: JEcHist 49, 1989, p. 857
Douglas FISHER, The Price Revolution: A Monetary Interpretation, in: JEcHist 49, 1989, p. 883
Donald COX; John Vincent NYE, Male-Female Wage Discrimination in Nineteenth-Century France, in: JEcHist 49, 1989, p. 903
David R. MEYER, Midwestern Industrializaiton and the American Manufacturing Belt in the Nineteenth Century, in: JEcHist 49, 1989, p. 921
John R. HANSON II, Education, Economic Development and Technology Transfer: A Colonial Test, in: JEcHist 49, 1989, p. 939
Kenneth NG; Nancy VIRTS, The Value of Freedom, in: JEcHist 49, 1989, p. 958
Jonathan B. PRITCHETT, The Burden of Negro Schooling: Tax Incidence and Racial Redistribution in Postbellum North Carolina, in: JEcHist 49, 1989, p. 966
Jack CARR; Sherry GLIED; Frank MATHEWSON, Unlimited Liability and Free Banking in Scotland: A Note, in: JEcHist 49, 1989, p. 974
Gregory CLARK, Productivity Growth without Technical Change in European Agriculture: Reply to Komlos, in: JEcHist 49, 1989, p. 979
Osamu SAITO, Bringing the Covert Structure of the Past to Light, in: JEcHist 49, 1989, p. 992
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JEcHist 50, 1990
Susan B. CARTER; Elizabeth SAVOCA, Labor Mobility and Lengthy Jobs in Nineteenth-Century America, in: JEcHist 50, 1990, p. 1
Jane HUMPHRIES, Enclosures, Common Rights and Women: The Proletarianization of Families in the Late Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Centuries, in: JEcHist 50, 1990, p. 17
Warren C. WHATLEY, Getting a Foot in the Door: "Learning", State Dependence and the Racial Integration of Firms, in: JEcHist 50, 1990, p. 43
Nachum T. GROSS, Israeli Economic Policies, 1948-1951: Problems of Evaluation, in: JEcHist 50, 1990, p. 67
Joshua L. ROSENBLOOM, One Market or Many? Labor Market Integration in the Late Nineteenth-Century United States, in: JEcHist 50, 1990, p. 85
Robert A. BLACK; Claire G. GILMORE, Crowding Out during Britain's Industrial Revolution, in: JEcHist 50, 1990, p. 109
George K. DAVIS; Gary M. PECQUET, Interest Rates in the Civil War South, in: JEcHist 50, 1990, p. 133
Edwin S. HUNT, A New Look at the Dealings of the Bardi and Peruzzi with Edward III, in: JEcHist 50, 1990, p. 149
Margaret PATTERSON; David REIFFEN, The Effect of the Bubble Act on the Market for Joint Stock Shares, in: JEcHist 50, 1990, p. 163
Joel MOKYR; John V.C. NYE, La Grande Quantification, in: JEcHist 50, 1990, p. 172
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Irma ADELMAN; Cynthia Taft MORRIS, A Note of Technical Correction, in: JEcHist 50, 1990, p. 262
Robert B. BARSKY; J. Bradford DE LONG, Bull and Bear Markets in the Twentieth Century, in: JEcHist 50, 1990, p. 265
Charles W. CALOMIRIS, Is Deposit Insurance Necessary? A Historical Perspective, in: JEcHist 50, 1990, p. 283
Peter TEMIN, Socialism and Wages in the Recovery from the Great Depression in the United States and Germany, in: JEcHist 50, 1990, p. 297
William A. SUNDSTROM, Was There a Golden Age of Flexible Wages? Evidence from Ohio Manufacturing, 1892-1910, in: JEcHist 50, 1990, p. 309
Jeffrey A. MIRON; Christina D. ROMER, A New Monthly Index of Industrial Production, 1884-1940, in: JEcHist 50, 1990, p. 321
Ruth DUPRÉ, Regulating the Quebec Dairy Industry, 1905-1921: Peeling Off the Joseph Label, in: JEcHist 50, 1990, p. 339
Richard J. SULLIVAN, The Revolution of Ideas: Widespread Patenting and Invention during the English Industrial Revolution, in: JEcHist 50, 1990, p. 349
Kenneth L. SOKOLOFF; B. Zorina KHAN, The Democratization of Invention during Early Industrialization: Evidence from the United States, 1790-1846, in: JEcHist 50, 1990, p. 363
Martha Ellen SHIELLS, Collective Choice of Working Conditions: Hours in British and U.S. Iron and Steel, 1890-1923, in: JEcHist 50, 1990, p. 379
Robert WHAPLES, Winnig the Eight-Hour Day, 1909-1919, in: JEcHist 50, 1990, p. 393
Michael A. BERNSTEIN, American Economic Enterprise from the Great War to the Cold War: Some Initial Observations, in: JEcHist 50, 1990, p. 407
Ann Mari MAY, President Eisenhower, Economic Policy and the 1960 Presidential Election, in: JEcHist 50, 1990, p. 417
David MITCH, The Role of the Textbook in Undergraduate Economic History Courses: Indispensable Tool or Superficial Convenience?, in: JEcHist 50, 1990, p. 428
Lee A. CRAIG, Farm Output, Productivity and Fertility Decline in the Antebellum Northern United States, in: JEcHist 50, 1990, p. 432
Adrienne D. HOOD, Organization and Extent of Textile Manufacture in Eighteenth-Century Pennsylvania: A Case Study of Chester County, in: JEcHist 50, 1990, p. 434
Daniel BARBEZAT, International Cooperation and Domestic Cartel Control: The International Steel Cartel, 1926-1938, in: JEcHist 50, 1990, p. 436
Jean-Laurent ROSENTHAL, The Fruits of Revolution: Property Rights, Litigation and French Agriculture, 1700-1860, in: JEcHist 50, 1990, p. 438
Joshua L. ROSENBLOOM, Labor Market Institutions and the Geographic Integration of Labor Markets in the Late Nineteenth-Century United States, in: JEcHist 50, 1990, p. 440
Susan WOLCOTT, Keynes vs. Churchill: British Unemployment in the Twenties, in: JEcHist 50, 1990, p. 442
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David ELTIS, Welfare Trends among the Yoruba in the Early Nineteenth Century: The Anthropometric Evidence, in: JEcHist 50, 1990, p. 521
Robin COWAN, Nuclear Power Reactors: A Study in Technological Lock-in, in: JEcHist 50, 1990, p. 541
Mark HARRISON, The Volume of Soviet Munitions Output, 1937-1945: A Reevaluation, in: JEcHist 50, 1990, p. 569
John C. BROWN, The Condition of England and the Standard of Living: Cotton Textiles in the Northwest, 1806-1850, in: JEcHist 50, 1990, p. 591
Jean-Laurent ROSENTHAL, The Development of Irrigation in Provence, 1700-1860: The French Revolution and Economic Growth, in: JEcHist 50, 1990, p. 615
Steven J. NOVAK, The Real Takeover of the BIA: The Preferential Hiring of Indians, in: JEcHist 50, 1990, p. 639
M.K. THORNTON; R.L. THORNTON, The Financial Crisis of A.D. 33: A Keynsian Depression?, in: JEcHist 50, 1990, p. 655
Metin M. COSGEL, Scattering and Contracts in Medieval Agriculture: Challenges Ahead, in: JEcHist 50, 1990, p. 663
Bruce W. HETHERINGTON, Bank Entry and the Low Issue of National Bank Notes: A Re-examination, in: JEcHist 50, 1990, p. 669
José Manuel CAMPA, Exchange Rates and Economic Recovery in the 1930s: An Extension to Latin America, in: JEcHist 50, 1990, p. 677
Michael HUBERMAN, Vertical Disintegration in Lancashire: A Comment on Temin, in: JEcHist 50, 1990, p. 683
Peter TEMIN, Product Quality and Vertical Integration in the Early Cotton Textile Industry: A Reply, in: JEcHist 50, 1990, p. 691
Bruce G. CARRUTHERS, Politics, Popery and Property: A Comment on North and Weingast, in: JEcHist 50, 1990, p. 693
Allan G. BOGUE, Fogel's Journey through the Slave States, in: JEcHist 50, 1990, p. 699
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Angela REDISH, The Evolution of the Gold Standard in England, in: JEcHist 50, 1990, p. 789
Loren BRANDT; Barbara SANDS, Beyond Malthus and Ricardo: Economic Growth, Land Concentration and Income Distribution in Early Twentieth-Century Rural China, in: JEcHist 50, 1990, p. 807
Sumner J. LA CROIX; James ROUMASSET, The Evolution of Private Property in Nineteenth-Century Hawaii, in: JEcHist 50, 1990, p. 829
Ann M. CARLOS; Stephen NICHOLAS, Agency Problems in Early Chartered Companies: The Case of the Hudson's Bay Company, in: JEcHist 50, 1990, p. 853
David GREASLEY, Fifty Years of Coal-Mining Productivity: The Record of the British Coal Industry before 1939, in: JEcHist 50, 1990, p. 877
Carol E. HEIM, The Treasury as Developer-Capitalist? British New Town Building in the 1950s, in: JEcHist 50, 1990, p. 903
Martin A. GARRETT Jr., The Mule in Southern Agriculture: A Requiem, in: JEcHist 50, 1990, p. 925
Mark OVERTON, Re-estimating Crop Yields from Probate Inventories: A Comment, in: JEcHist 50, 1990, p. 931
Anthony Patrick O'BRIEN, Were Businessmen Afraid of FDR? A Comment on Mayer and Chatterji, in: JEcHist 50, 1990, p. 936
Thomas MAYER; Monojit CHATTERJI, Reply to O'Brien, in: JEcHist 50, 1990, p. 942
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JEcHist 51, 1991
Kevin O'ROURKE, Did the Great Irish Famine Matter?, in: JEcHist 51, 1991, p. 1
John Vincent NYE, The Myth of Free-Trade Britain and Fortress France: Tariffs and Trade in the Nineteenth Century, in: JEcHist 51, 1991, p. 23
John J. BINDER; David T. BROWN, Bank Rates of REturn and Entry Restrictions, 1869-1914, in: JEcHist 51, 1991, p. 47
Lee A. CRAIG, The Value of Household Labor in Antebellum Northern Agriculture, in: JEcHist 51, 1991, p. 67
Lee J. ALSTON; T.J. HATTON, The Earnings Gap between Agricultural and Manufacturing Laborers, 1925-1941, in: JEcHist 51, 1991, p. 83
Sally CLARKE, New Deal Regulation and the Revolution in American Farm Productivity: A Case Study in the Diffusion of the Tractor in the Corn Belt, 1920-1940, in: JEcHist 51, 1991, p. 101
Yuzo MURAYAMA, Information and Emigrants: Interprefectural Differences of Japanese Emigration to the Pacific Northwest, 1880-1915, in: JEcHist 51, 1991, p. 125
Charles P. KINDLEBERGER, The Economic Crisis of 1619 to 1623, in: JEcHist 51, 1991, p. 149
Jack A. GOLDSTONE, Monetary versus Velocity Interpretations of the "Price Revolution": A Comment, in: JEcHist 51, 1991, p. 176
Philip R.P. COELHO; G.J. SANTONI, Regulatory Capture and the Monetary Contraction of 1932: A Comment on Epstein and Ferguson, in: JEcHist 51, 1991, p. 182
Gerald EPSTEIN; Thomas FERGUSON, Answers to Stock Questions: Fed Targets, Stock Prices and the Gold Standard in the Great Depression, in: JEcHist 51, 1991, p. 190
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Richard SUTCH, All Things Reconsidered: The Life-Cycle Perspective and the Third Task of Economic History, in: JEcHist 51, 1991, p. 271
Robert WHAPLES, A Quantitative History of the Journal of Economic History and the Cliometric Revolution, in: JEcHist 51, 1991, p. 289
Michael D. BORDO; Eugene N. WHITE, A Tale of Two Currencies: British and French Finance during the Napoleonic Wars, in: JEcHist 51, 1991, p. 303
Timothy F. BRESNAHAN; Daniel M.G. RAFF, Intra-Industry Heterogeneity and the Great Depression: The American Motor Vehicles Industry, 1929-1935, in: JEcHist 51, 1991, p. 317
Robert A. MARGO, The Microeconomics of Depression Unemployment, in: JEcHist 51, 1991, p. 333
Donald N. MCCLOSKEY, The Prudent Peasant: New Findings on Open Fields, in: JEcHist 51, 1991, p. 343
Kevin O'ROURKE, Burn Everything British but Their Coal: The Anglo-Irish Economic War of the 1930s, in: JEcHist 51, 1991, p. 357
Susan WOLCOTT, British Myopia and the Collapse of Indian Textile Demand, in: JEcHist 51, 1991, p. 367
Nancy VIRTS, The Efficiency of Southern Tenant Plantations, 1900-1945, in: JEcHist 51, 1991, p. 385
Elizabeth HOFFMAN; Gary D. LIBECAP, Institutional Choice and the Development of U.S. Agricultural Polcies in the 1920s, in: JEcHist 51, 1991, p. 397
Timothy J. HATTON; Jeffrey G. WILLIAMSON, Integrated and Segmented Labor Markets: Thinking in Two Sectors, in: JEcHist 51, 1991, p. 413
Joshua L. ROSENBLOOM, Occupational Differences in Labor Market Integration: The United States in 1890, in: JEcHist 51, 1991, p. 427
Ricardo D. SALVATORE, Modes of Labor Control in Cattle-Ranching Economies: Califonia, Southern Brazil and Argentina, 1820-1860, in: JEcHist 51, 1991, p. 441
William M. EMMONS III, Private and Public Responses to Market Failure in the U.S. Electric Power Industry, 1882-1942, in: JEcHist 51, 1991, p. 452
Robert WHAPLES, The Shortening of the American Work Week: An Economic and Historical Analysis of its Context, Causes and Consequences, in: JEcHist 51, 1991, p. 454
Catharine Anne WILSON, Landlords, Tenants and Immigrants: The Irish and the Canadian Experience, in: JEcHist 51, 1991, p. 457
Avner GREIF, The Organization of Long-Distance Trade: Reputation and Coalitions in the Geniza Documents and Genoa during the Eleventh and Twelfth Centuries, in: JEcHist 51, 1991, p. 459
Terence MCINTOSH, Schwäbisch Hall, 1650-1750: Urban Social and Economic Life in Southwest Germany after the Thirty Years' War, in: JEcHist 51, 1991, p. 462
Kevin O'ROURKE, Agricultural Change and Rural Depopulation: Ireland, 1845-1876, in: JEcHist 51, 1991, p. 464
Susan B. CARTER, Comments on Emmons, Whaples and Wilson, in: JEcHist 51, 1991, p. 466
David R. WEIR, Comments on Greif, McIntosch and O'Rourke, in: JEcHist 51, 1991, p. 469
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Naomi R. LAMOREAUX, Bank Margers in Late Nineteenth-Century New England: The Contingent Nature of Structural Change, in: JEcHist 51, 1991, p. 537
Stephen H. HABER, Industrial Concentration and the Capital Markets: A Comparative Study of Brazil, Mexico and the United States, 1830-1930, in: JEcHist 51, 1991, p. 559
David W. GALENSON, Economic Opportunity on the Urban Frontier: Nativity, Work and Wealth in Early Chicago, in: JEcHist 51, 1991, p. 581
Timothy J. HATTON; Jeffrey G. WILLIAMSON, Umemployment, Employment Contracts and Compensating Wage Differentials: Michigan in the 1890s, in: JEcHist 51, 1991, p. 605
Geert BEKAERT, Caloric Consumption in Industrializing Belgium, in: JEcHist 51, 1991, p. 633
Donald O. PARSONS, Male Retirement Behavior in the United States, 1930-1950, in: JEcHist 51, 1991, p. 657
J. Bradford DE LONG; Andrei SHLEIFER, The Stock Market Bubble of 1929: Evidence from Closed-End Mutual Funds, in: JEcHist 51, 1991, p. 675
Carol E. HEIM; Philip MIROWSKI, Crowding Out: A Response to Black and Gilmore, in: JEcHist 51, 1991, p. 701
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Philip T. HOFFMAN, Land Rents and Agricultural Productivity: The Paris Basin, 1450-1789, in: JEcHist 51, 1991, p. 771
Charles W. CALOMIRIS; Larry SCHWEIKART, The Panic of 1857: Origins, Transmission and Containment, in: JEcHist 51, 1991, p. 807
David F. WEIMAN, Peopling the Land by Lottery? The Market in Public Lands and the Regional Differentiation of Territory on the Georgia Frontier, in: JEcHist 51, 1991, p. 835
Shawn Everett KANTOR, Razorbacks, Ticky Cows and the Closing of the Georgia Open Range: The Dynamics of Institutional Change Uncovered, in: JEcHist 51, 1991, p. 861
Daniel JACOBY, The Transformation of Industrial Apprenticeship in the United States, in: JEcHist 51, 1991, p. 887
Edwaqrd H. LORENZ, An Evolutionary Explanation for Competetive Decline: The British Shipbuilding Industry, 1890-1970, in: JEcHist 51, 1991, p. 911
Stephen NICHOLAS; Richard H. STECKEL, Heights and Living Standards of English Workers during the Early Years of Industrialization, 1770-1815, in: JEcHist 51, 1991, p. 937
William N. PARKER, The Scale and Scope of Alfred D. Chandler, Jr., in: JEcHist 51, 1991, p. 958
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JEcHist 52, 1992
François R. VELDE; David R. WEIR, The Financial Market and Government Debt Policy in France, 1746-1793, in: JEcHist 52, 1992, p. 1
Robert HIGGS, Wartime Prosperity? A Reassessment of the U.S. Economy in the 1940s, in: JEcHist 52, 1992, p. 41
Gregory CLARK, The Economics of Exhaustion, the Postan Thesis and the Agricultural Revolution, in: JEcHist 52, 1992, p. 61
Farley GRUBB, Fatherless and Friendless: Factors Influencing the Flow of English Emigrant Servants, in: JEcHist 52, 1992, p. 85
Jonathan B. PRITCHETT; Herman FREUDENBERGER, A Peculiar Sample: The Selection of Slaves for the New Orleans Market, in: JEcHist 52, 1992, p. 109
Jeremy ATACK; Fred BATEMAN, How Long was the Workday in 1880?, in: JEcHist 52, 1992, p. 129
Sanford M. JACOBY; Sunil SHARMA, Employment Duration and Industrial Labor Mobility in the United States, 1880-1980, in: JEcHist 52, 1992, p. 161
Gordon BOYCE, 64thers, Syndicates and Stock Promotions: Information Flows and Fund-Raising Techniques of British Shipowners before 1914, in: JEcHist 52, 1992, p. 181
Donald R. ADAMS Jr., Prices and Wages in Antebellum America: The West Virginia Experience, in: JEcHist 52, 1992, p. 206
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Lois Green CARR, Emigration and the Standard of Living: The Seventeenth Century Chesapeake, in: JEcHist 52, 1992, p. 271
Philip T. HOFFMAN; Gilles POSTEL-VINAY; Jean-Laurent ROSENTHAL, Private Credit Markets in Paris, 1690-1840, in: JEcHist 52, 1992, p. 293
J. Bradford DE LONG, Productivity Growth and Machinery Investment: A Long-Run Look, 1870-1980, in: JEcHist 52, 1992, p. 307
Joel MOKYR, Technological Inertia in Economic History, in: JEcHist 52, 1992, p. 325
John C. BROWN, Market Organization, protection and Vertical Integration: German Cotton Textiles before 1914, in: JEcHist 52, 1992, p. 339
Alfredo G. ESPOSTO, Italian Industrialization and the Gerschenkronian "Great Spurt": A Regional Analysis, in: JEcHist 52, 1992, p. 353
Farley GRUBB, Educational Choice in the Era before Free Public Schooling: Evidence from German Immigrant Children in Pennsylvania, 1771-1817, in: JEcHist 52, 1992, p. 363
Raymond L. COHN, The Occupations of English Immigrants to the United States, 1836-1853, in: JEcHist 52, 1992, p. 377
William H. PHILLIPS, Patent Growth in the Old Dominion: The Impact of Railroad Integration before 1880, in: JEcHist 52, 1992, p. 389
Alexander James FIELD, The Magnetic Telegraph, Price and Quantity Data and the New Management of Capital, in: JEcHist 52, 1992, p. 401
William A. SUNDSTROM, Last Hired, First Fired? Unemployment and Urban Black Workers during the Great Depression, in: JEcHist 52, 1992, p. 415
Sherrie A. KOSSOUDJI; Laura J. DRESSER, Working Class Rosies: Women Industrial Workers during World War II, in: JEcHist 52, 1992, p. 431
Anne MCCANTS, The Role of the Charitable Institution in the Early Modern Dutch Economy: The Case of the Amsterdam Burgerweeshuis, in: JEcHist 52, 1992, p. 447
Douglas J. PUFFERT, The Economics of Spatial Network Externalities and the Dynamics of Railway Gauge Standardization, in: JEcHist 52, 1992, p. 449
Nathan SUSSMAN, Mints and Debasements: Monetary Policy in France during the Second Phase of the Hundred Years' War: 1400-1425, in: JEcHist 52, 1992, p. 452
Christopher HANES, The Development of Nominal Wage Rigidity in Nineteenth-Century America, in: JEcHist 52, 1992, p. 454
Shawn Everett KANTOR, Property Rights and the Dynamics of Institutional Change: The Closing of the Georgia Open Range, 1870-1900, in: JEcHist 52, 1992, p. 456
Laura J. OWEN, The Decline of Turnover of Manufacturing Workers: Case Study Evidence from the 1920s, in: JEcHist 52, 1992, p. 459
Eugene N. WHITE, Comments on McCants, Puffert and Sussman, in: JEcHist 52, 1992, p. 461
Robert A. MARGO, Comments on Hanes, Kantor and Owen, in: JEcHist 52, 1992, p. 464
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S.N. BROADBERRY; N.F.R. CRAFTS, Britain's Productivity Gap in the 1930s: Some Neglected Factors, in: JEcHist 52, 1992, p. 531
C. Knick HARLEY, International Competetiveness of the Antebellum American Cotton Textile Industry, in: JEcHist 52, 1992, p. 559
Howard BODENHORN, Capital Mobility and Financial Integration in Antebellum America, in: JEcHist 52, 1992, p. 585
Jon MOEN; Ellis W. TALLMAN, The Bank Panic of 1907: The Role of Trust Companies, in: JEcHist 52, 1992, p. 611
Mark TOMA, Interest Rate Controls: The United States in the 1940s, in: JEcHist 52, 1992, p. 631
Timothy W. GUINNANE, Age of Leaving Home in Rural Ireland, 1901-1911, in: JEcHist 52, 1992, p. 651
Pierre SICSIC, City-Farm Wage Gaps in Late Nineteenth-Century France, in: JEcHist 52, 1992, p. 675
Richard K. VEDDER; Lowell GALLAWAY, Racial Differences in Unemployment in the United States, 1890-1990, in: JEcHist 52, 1992, p. 696
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Christina D. ROMER, What Ended the Great Depression?, in: JEcHist 52, 1992, p. 757
Alexander James FIELD, Uncontrolled Land Development and the Duration of the Depression in the United States, in: JEcHist 52, 1992, p. 785
Davide C. WHEELOCK, Regulation and Bank Failures: New Evidence from the Agricultural Collapse of the 1920s, in: JEcHist 52, 1992, p. 806
Price V. FISHBACK; Shawn Everett KANTOR, "Square Deal" or Raw Deal? Market Compensation for Workplace Disamenities, 1884-1903, in: JEcHist 52, 1992, p. 826
Sara HORRELL; Jane HUMPHRIES, Old Questions, New Data and Alternative Perspectives: Families' Living Standards in the Industrial Revolution, in: JEcHist 52, 1992, p. 849
Trevor GRIFFITHS; Philip A. HUNT; Patrick K. O'BRIEN, Inventive Activity in the British Textile Industry, 1700-1800, in: JEcHist 52, 1992, p. 881
Alan M. TAYLOR, External Dependence, Demographic Burdens and Argentine Economic Decline after the Belle Époque, in: JEcHist 52, 1992, p. 907
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JEcHist 53, 1993
Moshe BUCHINSKY; Ben POLAK, The Emergence of a National Capital Market in England, 1710-1880, in: JEcHist 53, 1993, p. 1
Stefan E. OPPERS, The Interest Rate Effect of Dutch Money in Eighteenth-Century Britain, in: JEcHist 53, 1993, p. 25
Nathan SUSSMAN, Debasements, Royal Revenues and Inflation in France during the Hundred Years' War, 1415-1422, in: JEcHist 53, 1993, p. 44
Arthur VAN RIEL; Arthur SCHRAM, Weimar Economic Decline, Nazi Economic Recovery and the Stabilization of Political Dictatorship, in: JEcHist 53, 1993, p. 71
John MAJEWSKI; Christopher BAER; Daniel B. KLEIN, Responding to Relative Decline: The Plank Road Boom of Antebellum New York, in: JEcHist 53, 1993, p. 106
Lee A. CRAIG; Robert M. FEARN, Wage Discrimination and Occupational Crowing in a Competetive Industry: Evidence from the American Whaling Industry, in: JEcHist 53, 1993, p. 123
Scott SUMNER, Colonial Currency and the Quantity Theory of Money: A Critique of Smith's Interpretation, in: JEcHist 53, 1993, p. 139
Douglas A. IRWIN, Free Trade and Production in Nineteenth-Century Britain and France Revisited: A Comment on Nye, in: JEcHist 53, 1993, p. 146
John Vincent NYE, Reply to Irwin on Free Trade, in: JEcHist 53, 1993, p. 153
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Moses ABRAMOVITZ, The Search for the Sources of Growth: Areas of Ignorance, Old and New, in: JEcHist 53, 1993, p. 217
Sue BOWDEN; Paul TURNER, The Demand for Consumer Durables in the United Kingdom in the Interwar Period, in: JEcHist 53, 1993, p. 244
David R. WEIR, Parental Consumption Decisions and Child Health during the Early French Fertility Decline, 1790-1914, in: JEcHist 53, 1993, p. 259
Nancy FOLBRE; Barnet WAGMAN, Counting Housework: New Estimates of Real Product in the United States, 1880-1860, in: JEcHist 53, 1993, p. 275
B. Zorina KHAN; Kenneth L. SOKOLOFF, "Schemes of Practical Utility": Entrepreneurship and Innovation among "Great Inventors" in the United States, 1790-1865, in: JEcHist 53, 1993, p. 289
Eleanor von ENDE; Thomas WEISS, Consumption of Farm Output and Economic Growth in the Old Northwest, 1800-1860, in: JEcHist 53, 1993, p. 308
Metin M. COSGEL, Religious Culture and Economic Performance: Productivity of the Amish, 1850-80, in: JEcHist 53, 1993, p. 319
Mary Eschelbach GREGSON, Rural Response to Increased Demand: Crop Choice in the Midwest, 1860-1880, in: JEcHist 53, 1993, p. 332
Kris INWOOD; Phyllis WAGG, The Survival of Handloom Weaving in Rural Canada circa 1870, in: JEcHist 53, 1993, p. 346
Christopher GRANDY, Original Intent and the Sherman Antitrust Act: A Re-Examination of the Consumer-Welfare Hypothesis, in: JEcHist 53, 1993, p. 359
Joan NIX; David GABEL, AT&T's Strategic Response to Competition: Why Not Preempt Entry?, in: JEcHist 53, 1993, p. 377
Joseph P. FERRIE, "We Are Yankeys Now": The Economic Mobility of Two Thousand Antebellum Immigrants to the United States, in: JEcHist 53, 1993, p. 388
Andrew R. RUTTEN, The Supreme Court and the Search for an Economic Constitution, 1870-1990, in: JEcHist 53, 1993, p. 391
Margaret C. LEVENSTEIN, Information Systems and Internal Organization: A Study of the Dow Chemical Company, 1890-1914, in: JEcHist 53, 1993, p. 393
Alan DYE, Tropical Technology and Mass Production: The Expansion of Cuban Sugar Mills, 1899-1929, in: JEcHist 53, 1993, p. 396
Paul HUCK, Infant Mortality and the Standard of Living during the British Industrial Revolution, in: JEcHist 53, 1993, p. 399
Pierre SICSIC, Labor Markets and Establishment Size in Nineteenth-Century France, in: JEcHist 53, 1993, p. 401
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Ann M. CARLOS; Frank D. LEWIS, Indians, the Beaver and the Bay: The Economics of Depletion in the Lands of the Hudson's Bay Company, 1700-1763, in: JEcHist 53, 1993, p. 465
Jenny Bourne WAHL, The Bondsman's Burden: An Economic Analysis of the Jurisprudence of Slaves and Common Carriers, in: JEcHist 53, 1993, p. 495
Lee A. CRAIG; Thomas WEISS, Agricultural Productivity Growth during the Decade of the Civil War, in: JEcHist 53, 1993, p. 527
Peter RAPPOPORT; Eugene N. WHITE, Was There a Bubble in the 1929 Stock Market?, in: JEcHist 53, 1993, p. 549
Timothy J. HATTON; Jeffrey G. WILLIAMSON, After the Famine: Emigration from Ireland, 1850-1913, in: JEcHist 53, 1993, p. 575
Susan WOLCOTT, Keynes versus Churchill: Revaluation and British Unemployment in the 1920s, in: JEcHist 53, 1993, p. 601
Mitsuhiko KIMURA, Standards of Living in Colonial Korea: Did the Masses Become Worse Off or Better Off under Japanese Rule?, in: JEcHist 53, 1993, p. 629
Sumner J. LA CROIX; Christopher GRANDY, Financial Integration in Antebellum America: Strengthening Bodenhorn's Results, in: JEcHist 53, 1993, p. 653
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David POPE; Glenn WITHERS, Do Migrants Rob Jobs? Lessons of Australian History, 1861-1991, in: JEcHist 53, 1993, p. 719
Peter RAZZELL, The Growth of Population in Eighteenth-Century England: A Critical Reappraisal, in: JEcHist 53, 1993, p. 743
Stephen N. BROADBERRY, Manufacturing and the Convergence Hypothesis: What the Long-Run Data Show, in: JEcHist 53, 1993, p. 772
Seung-Wook KIM; Price V. FISHBACK, Institutional Change, Compensating Differentials and Accident Risk in American Railroading, 1892-1945, in: JEcHist 53, 1993, p. 796
Wayne A. LEWCHUK, Men and Monotony: Fraternalism as a Managerial Strategy at the Ford Motor Company, in: JEcHist 53, 1993, p. 824
David C. WHEELOCK, Government Policy and Banking Market Structure in the 1920s, in: JEcHist 53, 1993, p. 857
William M. EMMONS III, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Electric Utilities and the Power of Competition, in: JEcHist 53, 1993, p. 880
Clifford THIES; Daniel GERLOWSKI, Bank Capital and Bank Failure, 1921-1932: Testing the White Hypothesis, in: JEcHist 53, 1993, p. 908
George R. BOYER, England's Two Agricultural Revolutions, in: JEcHist 53, 1993, p. 915
   Reviews of Books, p. 929

JEcHist 54, 1994
Joseph P. FERRIE, The Wealth Accumulation of Antebellum European Immigrants to the U.S., 1840-60, in: JEcHist 54, 1994, p. 1
F. Halsey ROGERS, "Man to Loan $1500 and Serve as Clerk": Trading Jobs for Loans in Mid-Nineteenth-Century San Francisco, in: JEcHist 54, 1994, p. 34
T. Aldrich FINEGAN; Robert A. MARGO, Work Relief and the Labor Force Participation of Married Women in 1940, in: JEcHist 54, 1994, p. 64
William CAFERRO, City and Countryside in Siena in the Second Half of the Fourteenth Century, in: JEcHist 54, 1994, p. 85
Akira MOTOMORA, The Best and the Worst of Currencies: Seigniorage and Currency Policy in Spain, 1597-1650, in: JEcHist 54, 1994, p. 104
Gregory CLARK, Factory Discipline, in: JEcHist 54, 1994, p. 128
Jan Tore KLOVLAND, Pitfalls in the Estimation of Yield of British Consols, 1850-1914, in: JEcHist 54, 1994, p. 164
   Reviews of Books, p. 194
Jan DE VRIES, The Industrial Revolution and the Industrious Revolution, in: JEcHist 54, 1994, p. 249
Avner GREIF, On the Political Foundations of the Late Medieval Commercial Revolution: Genoa during the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries, in: JEcHist 54, 1994, p. 271
Jean-Laurent ROSENTHAL, Rural Credit Markets and Aggregate Shocks: The Experience of Nuits St Georges, 1756-1776, in: JEcHist 54, 1994, p. 288
Susan WOLCOTT, The Perils of Lifetime Employment Systems: Productivity Advance in the Indian and Japanese Textile Industries, 1920-1938, in: JEcHist 54, 1994, p. 307
Michael D. BORDO; Hugh ROCKOFF; Angela REDISH, The U.S. Banking System from a Northern Exposure: Stability versus Efficiency, in: JEcHist 54, 1994, p. 325
Linda BARRINGTON; Cecilia A. CONRAD, At What Cost a Room of Her Own? Factors Contributing to the Feminization of Poverty Among Prime-Age Women, 1939-1959, in: JEcHist 54, 1994, p. 342
Thomas MALONEY, Wage Compression and Wage Inequality between Black and White Males in the United States, 1940-1960, in: JEcHist 54, 1994, p. 358
William A. SUNDSTROM, The Color Line: Racial Norms and Discrimination in Urban Labor Markets, 1910-1950, in: JEcHist 54, 1994, p. 382
John NADER, The Rise of an Inventive Profession: Learning Effects in the Midwestern Harvester Industry, 1850-1890, in: JEcHist 54, 1994, p. 397
Charles W. CALOMIRIS; Christopher HANES, Consistent Output Series for the Antebellum and Postbellum Periods: Issues and Preliminary Results, in: JEcHist 54, 1994, p. 409
Mary Eschelbach GREGSON, Strategies for Commercialization: Missouri Agriculture, 1860-1880, in: JEcHist 54, 1994, p. 423
Lawrence W. BOYD, The Economics of the Coal Company Town: Institutional Relationships, Monopsony and Distributional Conflicts in American Coal Towns, in: JEcHist 54, 1994, p. 426
David A. ZALEWSKI, An Empirical Analysis of Uncertainty and Investment during the Great Depression, in: JEcHist 54, 1994, p. 428
Andrew GODLEY, Enterprise and Culture: Jewish Immigrants in London and New York, 1880-1914, in: JEcHist 54, 1994, p. 430
Chi-Kong LAI, China's First Modern Corporation and the State: Officials, Merchants and Resource Allocation in the China Merchants' Steam Navigation Company, 1872-1902, in: JEcHist 54, 1994, p. 432
Alan M. TAYLOR, Argentine Economic Growth in Comparative Perspective, in: JEcHist 54, 1994, p. 434
   Reviews of Books, p. 450
Viken TCHAKERIAN, Productivity, Extent of Markets and Manufacturing in the Late Antebellum South and Midwest, in: JEcHist 54, 1994, p. 497
J. William HARRIS, Crop Choices in the Piedmont before and after the Civil War, in: JEcHist 54, 1994, p. 526
David GABEL, Competition in a Network Industry: The Telephone Industry, 1894-1910, in: JEcHist 54, 1994, p. 543
Christina D. ROMER, Remeasuring Business Cycles, in: JEcHist 54, 1994, p. 573
Ron HARRIS, The Bubble Act: Its Passage and its Effects on Business Organization, in: JEcHist 54, 1994, p. 610
Alan DYE, Avoiding Holdup: Asset Specificity and Techical Change in the Cuban Sugar Industry, 1899-1929, in: JEcHist 54, 1994, p. 628
Richard S. GROSSMAN, The Shoe That Didn't Drop: Explaining Banking Stability during the Great Depression, in: JEcHist 54, 1994, p. 654
Colleen M. CALLAHAN; Judith A. MCDONALD; Anthony Patrick O'BRIEN, Who Voted for Smoot-Hawley?, in: JEcHist 54, 1994, p. 683
   Reviews of Books, p. 693
George ALTER; Claudia GOLDIN; Elyce ROTELLA, The Savings of Ordinary Americans: The Philadelphia Saving Fund Society in the Mid-Nineteenth Century, in: JEcHist 54, 1994, p. 735
Judith COFFIN, Gender and the Guild Order: The Garment Trades in Eighteenth-Century France, in: JEcHist 54, 1994, p. 768
Farley GRUBB, The End of European Immigrant Servitude in the United States: An Economic Analysis of Market Collapse, 1772-1835, in: JEcHist 54, 1994, p. 794
J. Peter FERDERER; David A. ZALEWSKI, Uncertainty as a Propagating Force in the Great Depression, in: JEcHist 54, 1994, p. 825
J.R. VERNON, World War II Fiscal Policies and the End of the Great Depression, in: JEcHist 54, 1994, p. 850
David F. GOOD, The Economic Lag of Central and Eastern Europe: Income Estimates for the Habsburg Successor States, 1870-1910, in: JEcHist 54, 1994, p. 869
Kevin O'ROURKE; Jeffrey G. WILLIAMSON, Late Nineteenth-Century Anglo-American Factor-Price Convergence: Were Heckscher and Ohlin Right?, in: JEcHist 54, 1994, p. 892
   Reviews of Books, p. 921

JEcHist 55, 1995
David R. WEIR, Family Income, Mortality and Fertility on the Eve of the Demographic Transition: A Case Study of Rosny-sous-Bois, in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 1
Alan L. OLMSTEAD; Paul W. RHODE, Beyond the Threshold: An Analysis of the Characteristics and Behavior of Early Reaper Adapters, in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 27
B. Zorina KHAN, Property Rights and Patent Litigation in Early Nineteenth-Century America, in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 58
Paul E. LOVEJOY; David RICHARDSON, British Abolition and its Impact on Slave Prices along the Atlantic Coast of Africa, 1783-1850, in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 98
David M. WISHART, Evidence of Surplus Production in the Cherokee Nation Prior to Removal, in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 120
Robert WHAPLES, Where Is There Consensus among American Economic Historians?, in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 139
   Reviews of Books, p. 161
Cynthia Taft MORRIS, How Fast and Why did Early Capitalism Benefit the Majority?, in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 211
Eugene Nelson WHITE, The French Revolution and the Politics of Government Finance, 1770-1815, in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 227
Philip T. HOFFMAN; Gilles POSTEL-VINAY; Jean Laurent ROSENTHAL, Redistribution and Long-Term Private Debt in Paris, 1660-1726, in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 256
Gene SMILEY; Richard H. KEEHN, Federal Personal Income Tax Policy in the 1920s, in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 285
Lee A. CRAIG, The Political Economy of Public-Private Compensation Differentials: The Case of Federal Pensions, in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 304
David ELTIS, The Total Product of Barbados, 1664-1701, in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 321
Elizabeth HERR, Women, Marital Status and Work Opportunities in 1880 Colorado, in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 339
Harold D. WOODMAN, Capitalism, Morality and the Peculiar Institution, in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 367
Garland L. BRINKLEY, The Economic Impact of Disease in the American South, 1860-1940, in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 371
Dora L. COSTA, Health, Income and Retirement: Evidence from Nineteenth-Century America, in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 374
Andrew SELTZER, Causes and Consequences of American Minimum Wage Legislation, 1911-1947, in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 376
H. Clark JOHNSON, The Gold Deflation, France and the Coming of the Depression, 1919-1932, in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 378
L. Lynne KIESLING, Collective Action and Assisting the Poor: The Political Economy of Income Assistance during the Lancashire Cotton Famine, in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 380
Va Nee L. van VLECK, Reassessing Technological Backwardness: Absolving the "Silly Little Bobtailed" Coal Car, in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 383
Lee A. CRAIG, Comments on Brinkley, Costa and Seltzer: The Old, the Poor and the Sick in American Economic History, in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 386
Barbara SANDS, Comments on Johnson, Kiesling and Van Vleck, in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 390
William M. BOAL, Testing for Employer Monopsony in Turn-of-the-Century Coal Mining [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 394
Lawrence W. BOYD, The Company Town, the Union and the Mine Wars: The Role of Institutions and Conflict in West Virginia's Early Mine-Labor Market [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 394
Price V. FISHBACK; Shawn Everett KANTOR, A Prelude to the Welfare State: Compulsory State Insurance and Workers' Compensation in Minnesota, Ohio and Washington, 1911-1919 [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 394
Daniel BARBEZAT, Domestic Integration and the Impact on Foreign Markets: The European Coal and Steel Community and the Entente de Bruxelles [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 395
Margaret LEVENSTEIN, The Determinants of Bargaining Power in an International Cartel: Dow and Deutsche Bromkonvention, 1908-1914 [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 395
Janice Rye KINGHORN; John Vincent NYE, Concentration and Firm Size in Western Economic Development: A Comparison of Official Census Statistics in the U.S., Britain, France and Germany, 1905-1911 [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 396
Arthur J. ROLNICK; Bruce D. SMITH; Warren E. WEBER, Establishing a Monetary Union: The United States's Experience [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 396
Joseph P. FERRIE, Down and Out or Up and Out? The Occupational and Financial Mobility of Nonpersisters in the Antebellum United States [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 397
John WALLIS, Redistribution, Coalitions and the New Deal Relief Programs [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 397
Christopher GRANDY; Sumne J. LA CROIX, Sugar, Strategy, Sovereignty: Toward a Political Economy of the Overthrow and Annexation of Hawaii [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 398
Craig W. HEINICKE, Family Labor Market Activity and the Effects of the Great Migration: African-American Nonmigrant Men and Women in the South, 1950-1960 [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 398
Wayne A. GROVE, Post-World War II Technological Change: Mechanization of the Cotton Harvest [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 399
Ross THOMSON, The Regional Distribution of Patents in the United States: Invention and Uneven Regional Development [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 399
David F. WEIMAN, Planning the Bell System, 1888-1914: Building Long Distance Networks in Telephone Networks in Core and Peripheral Regions [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 399
Ruth DUPRÉ; Patrick JOLY; Michael PATRY, Was Hydroelectricity Regulated in Québec in the 1930s? Assessing the Impact of the First Electricity Commissions [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 400
Mancur OLSON, The Constructive and Destructive Uses of Power [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 400
Cletus C. COUGHLIN; David WHEELOCK, Lessons for the United States and the European Community for the Integration of High- and Low-Income Economies [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 401
Douglas A. IRWIN; Adam KLUG, Why Chamberlain Failed and Bismarck Succeeded: The Political Economy of Tariffs in British and German Elections [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 401
Yasukichi YASUBA, The Economic History of Southeast Asia through Japanese Glasse,s 1970-1990 [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 401
Linda K. SALVUCCI; Richard J. SALVUCCI, Price and Quantum Indices of the United States-Cuba Trade, 1821-1898 [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 402
William SUMMERHILL, The Cuban Agricultural Economy before the Ten Years' War [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 402
Alan DYE, Fires and Crisis Management: Why Were Sugar Cane Supply Contracts Different in Cuba and Hawaii? 1899-1925 [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 403
Larry NEAL, Why Crowding Out Did Not Occur and Croding In Did: A New Look at the History of the British National Debt, 1694-1994 [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 403
Gregory CLARK, Government Debt and Private Capital Markets: England, 1727-1837 [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 404
Jan-Pieter SMITS; Annelies VERMAAS, The Process of Modern Economic Growth and Changes in the Income Distribution: The Netherlands, 1800-1913 [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 404
Jan. L. van ZANDEN, Tracing the Beginning of the Kuznets Curve: The Inequality of Income and Wealth in Western Europe during the Early Modern Period [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 404
Thráinn EGGERTSSON, No Experiments, Monumental Disasters: Why It Took a Thousand Years to Develop a Specialized Fishing Industry in Iceland [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 405
Lee SOLTOW, Income Growth and Inequality: Considering the New York Housing Censuses, 1855-1875 [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 405
Francesco L. GALASSI; Kyle D. KAUFFMAN, Institutions and the Environment in Draft Animal Choice: A Panel Study of the Italian Countryside, 1908-1931 [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 406
L. Lynne KIESLING, Institutional Change in Income Assistance: Fiscal Federalism during the Lancashire Cotton Famine [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 406
David FEENEY, The Coevolution of Property-Rights Regimes for Land, Man and Forests in Thailand, 1790-1990 [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 407
Mark T. KANAZAWA, Possession is Nine Points of the Law: Land Auctions, Squatting and the Preemption Acts [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 407
Randall NIELSEN, Prices and Famine in Early Modern England: An Analysis of Tudor-Stuart Public Policy [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 407
Karen CLAY, Property Rights: Asked, Open and Unasked Questions [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 408
Frank D. LEWIS; Anne M. CARLOS, Property Rights, Competition and Depletion in the Eighteenth-Century Canadian Fur Trade: The Role of the European Market [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 408
   Reviews of Books, p. 413
Thomas N. MALONEY; Warren C. WHATLEY, Making the Effort: The Contours of Racial Discrimination in Detroit's Labor Markets, 1920-1940, in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 465
John C. BROWN, Imperfect Competition and Anglo-German Trade Rivalry: Markets for Cotton Textiles before 1914, in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 494
Paul HUCK, Infant Mortality and Living Standards of English Workers during the Industrial Revolution, in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 528
Gillian HAMILTON, Enforcement in Apprenticeship Contracts: Were Runaways a Serious Problem? Evidence from Montreal, in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 551
Margaret LEVENSTEIN, Mass Production Conquers the Pool: Firm Organization and the Nature of Competition in the Nineteenth Century, in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 575
John R. GARRETT, Monetary Policy and Expectations: Market-Control Techniques and the Bank of England, 1925-1931, in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 612
Shawn Everett KANTOR, Supplanting the Roots of Southern Populism: The Contours of Political Protest in the Georgia Hills, in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 637
Tung LIU; Gary J. SANTONI; Courtenay C. STONE, In Search of Stock Market Bubbles: A Comment on Rappoport and White, in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 647
Eugene Nelson WHITE, Stock Market Bubbles? A Reply, in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 655
Richard J. SULLIVAN, Patent Counts and Textile Invention: A Comment on Griffiths, Hunt and O'Brien, in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 666
Patrick K. O'BRIEN; Trevor GRIFFITHS; Philip HUNT, There Is Nothing Outside the Text, and There Is No Safety in Numbers: A Reply to Sullivan, in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 671
Timothy W. GUINNANE, Recent Developments in Irish Economic History, 1850-1914, in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 673
E.L. JONES, Uneven World Development, in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 679
Thomas K. MCCRAW, Lives of the Great Economists, in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 683
   Reviews of Books, p. 696
N.F.R. CRAFTS, Exogenous or Endogenous Growth? The Industrial Revolution Reconsidered, in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 745
Paul W. RHODE, Learning, Capital Accumulation and the Transformation of California Agriculture, in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 773
Hans-Joachim VOTH, Did High Wages or High Interest Rates bring down the Weimar Republic? A Cointegration Model of Investment in Germany, 1925-1930, in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 801
Laura J. OWEN, Worker Turnover in the 1920s: What Labor-Supply Arguments Don't Tell Us, in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 822
Timothy J. YEAGER, Encomienda or Slavery? The Spanish Crown's Choice of Labor Organization in Sixteenth-Century Spanish America, in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 842
John GJERDE; Anne MCCANTS, Fertility, Marriage and Culture: Demographic Processes among Norwegian Immigrants to the Rural Middle West, in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 860
Masao SUZUKI, Success Story? Japanese Immigrant Economic Achievement and Return Migration, 1920-1930, in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 889
Richard SYLLA, Three Centuries of Finance and Monetary Control in America, in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 902
François CROUZET, A New Economic History of Britain, in: JEcHist 55, 1995, p. 908
   Reviews of Books, p. 923

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