Journal of Economic History (JEcHist)
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Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 56, 1996
Stanley L. ENGERMAN, Economic History and Old Age, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 56, 1996, p. 1
Susan B. CARTER; Richard SUTCH, Myth of the Industrial Scrap Heap: A Revisionist View of Turn-of-the-Century American Retirement, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 56, 1996, p. 5
Brian GRATTON, The Poverty of Impoverishment Theory: The Economic Well-Being of the Elderly, 1890-1950, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 56, 1996, p. 39
Dora L. COSTA, Health and Labor Force Participation of Older Men, 1900-1991, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 56, 1996, p. 62
Janice Rye KINGHORN; John Vincent NYE, The Scale of Production in Western Economic Development: A Comparison of Official Industry Statistics in the United States, Britain, France and Germany, 1905-1913, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 56, 1996, p. 90
Timothy W. GUINNANE; Ronald I. MILLER, Bonds without Bondsmen: Tenant-Right in Nineteenth-Century Ireland, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 56, 1996, p. 113
Jenny B. WAHL, The Jurisprudence of American Slave Sales, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 56, 1996, p. 143
Philip KEEFER, Protection against a Capricious State: French Investment and Spanish Railroads, 1845-1875, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 56, 1996, p. 170
Robert E. GALLMAN, Dietary Change in Antebellum America, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 56, 1996, p. 193
John KOMLOS, Anomalies in Economis History: Toward a Resolution of the "Antebellum Puzzle", in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 56, 1996, p. 202
James W. HUGHES; Daniel P. BARBEZAT, Basing-Point Pricing and the Stahlwerksverband: An Examination of the "New Competitive School", in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 56, 1996, p. 215
Arthur van RIEL, Rethinking the Economic History of the Dutch Republic: The Rise and Decline of Economic Modernity before the Advent of Industrialized Growth, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 56, 1996, p. 223
   Reviews of Books, p. 235
Jeffrey G. WILLIAMSON, Globalization, Covergence and History, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 56, 1996, p. 277
Christopher HANES, Turnover Cost and the Distribution of Slave Labor in Anglo-America, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 56, 1996, p. 307
Debin MA, The Modern Silk Road: The Global Raw-Silk Market, 1850-1930, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 56, 1996, p. 330
B. Zorina KHAN, Married Women's Property laws and Female Commercial Acitivity: Evidence from United States Patent Records, 1790-1895, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 56, 1996, p. 356
Michael D. BORDO; Hugh ROCKOFF, The Gold Standard as a "Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval", in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 56, 1996, p. 389
Richard von GLAHN, Myth and Reality of China's Seventeenth-Century Monetary Crisis, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 56, 1996, p. 429
William N. PARKER, Economic History: The Teacher and the Subject, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 56, 1996, p. 455
Joyce BURNETTE, Exclusion and the Market: The Causes of Occupational Segregation in Industrial Revolution Britain, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 56, 1996, p. 459
Ruthanne DEUTSCH, Bridging the Archipelago: Cities and Regional Economies in Brazil, 1870-1920, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 56, 1996, p. 461
William R. SUMMERHILL, Railroads and the Brazilian Economy before 1914, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 56, 1996, p. 464
John MAJEWSKI, Commerce and Community: Internal Improvements in Virginia and Pennsylvania, 1790-1860, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 56, 1996, p. 467
Edward P. MCDEVITT, The Evolution of Irrigation Institutions in California: The Rise of the Irrigation District, 1910-1930, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 56, 1996, p. 469
David G. SURDAM, Northern Naval Superiority and the Economics of the American Civil War, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 56, 1996, p. 473
Cormac Ó GRÁDA, Comments on Burnette, Deutsch and Summerhill, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 56, 1996, p. 475
Winifred B. ROTHENBERG, Comments on Majewski, McDevitt and Surdam, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 56, 1996, p. 479
Auroro Gómez GALVARRIATO, Defining the Obstacles to Mexico's Industrialization: The Relative Standing of "fundidora Monterrey" during the Early Twentieth Century [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 56, 1996, p. 486
William R. SUMMERHILL, Government Guarantees, Private Profits and Social Returns: Public Transport Policy in Brazil, 1854-1913 [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 56, 1996, p. 486
Michael FOLEY, Plot Scattering, Risk Aversion and Labor Spreading: Some Evidence from Nineteenth-Century Northern France [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 56, 1996, p. 487
Marcia J. FROST, Changing Patterns of Cultivation: Responding the the Company's Land Revenue Demand, Kaira District (Gujarat, India), circa 1802-1858 [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 56, 1996, p. 487
Alan M. TAYLOR, On the Costs of Inward-Looking Development: Price Distortions, Growth and Divergence in Latin America [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 56, 1996, p. 487
Gillian HAMILTON, The Bargaining Position of Married Women: Evidence from Montreal Marriage Contracts in the 1820s and 1840s [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 56, 1996, p. 488
Gregory LA BLANC, Secrecy, Firm-Specific Human Capital and Enforceable Debt Contracts in Ancien Régime Taxation [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 56, 1996, p. 488
Ann M. CARLOS; Jennifer KEY; Jill L. VAN STONE, Volume of Transactions and the Breadth of the Market: Hudson's Bay and Royal African Companies, 1670-1700 [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 56, 1996, p. 489
Thomas J. SARGENT; François R. VELDE, macroeconomic Features of the French Revolution [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 56, 1996, p. 489
Jennifer L. FRANKL, An Analysis of Corporate Structures in Prewar Japan [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 56, 1996, p. 490
W.G. HUFF, Minimal Finance Yet Economic Growth in Southeast Asia from the Late Nineteenth Century to World War II[Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 56, 1996, p. 490
Kris INWOOD; Jim IRWIN, Stasis Amid Change: Regional Income Inequality in Canada, 1870-1890 [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 56, 1996, p. 490
Caroline FOHLIN, Bank-Firm Relationships and the Development of Interlocking Directorates in the Kaiserreich [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 56, 1996, p. 491
Sukkoo KIM, Regions, Resources and Economic Geography: Sources of U.S. Regional Comparative Advantage, 1880-1987 [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 56, 1996, p. 491
Janice KINGHORN, Kartell or Cartel? Evidence from Turn of the Century German Coal, Iron and Steel Industries [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 56, 1996, p. 491
Timothy W. GUINNANE, Diversification, Liquidity and Supervision for Small Financial Institutions: Nineteenth-Century German Credit Cooperatives [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 56, 1996, p. 492
Mary MACKINNON, Careers North and South: Railway Workers in Australia and Canada, 1885-1940 [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 56, 1996, p. 492
Dennis O. FLYNN; Arturo GIRALDEZ, China and the Spanish Empire [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 56, 1996, p. 493
David GREASLEY; Les OXLEY, A Tale of Two Dominions: Australia, Canada and the Covergence Hypothesis [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 56, 1996, p. 493
Arthur J. ROLNICK; François R. VELDE; Warren E. WEBER, The Debasement Puzzle: An Essay of Medieval Monetary History [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 56, 1996, p. 493
Naomi R. LAMOREAUX; Kenneth L. SOKOLOFF, Long-Term Change in the Organization of Inventive Activity [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 56, 1996, p. 494
Steven W. USSELMAN, patents and the Paths of Innovation in American Railroading, 1846-1900 [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 56, 1996, p. 494
   Reviews of Books, p. 501
Yasukichi YASUBA, Did Japan ever suffer from a Shortage of Natural Resources before World War II?, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 56, 1996, p. 543
Sara HORRELL, Home Demand and British Industrialization, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 56, 1996, p. 561
Robert A. MARGO, The Rental Price of Housing in New York City, 1830-1860, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 56, 1996, p. 605
Joshua L. ROSENBLOOM, Was there a National Labor Market at the End of the Nineteenth Century? New Evidence on Earnings in Manufacturing, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 56, 1996, p. 626
James E. HARTLEY; Steven M. SHEFFRIN; J. David VASHE, Reform during Crisis. The Transformation of California's Fiscal System during the Great Depression, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 56, 1996, p. 657
Lisa GEIB-GUNDERSEN; Elizabeth ZAHRT, A New Look at U.S. Agricultural Productivity Growth, 1800-1910, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 56, 1996, p. 679
Howard BODENHORN; Michael HAUPERT, The Note Issue Paradox in the Free Banking Era, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 56, 1996, p. 687
Carlos NEWLAND; Maria Jesús SAN SEGUNDO, Human Capital and Other Determinants of the Price Life Cycle of a Slave: Peru and La Plata in the Eighteenth Century, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 56, 1996, p. 694
E.L. JONES, Venetian Twilight: How Economies Fade, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 56, 1996, p. 702
   Reviews of Books, p. 708
John MAJEWSKI, Who Financed the Transportation Revolution? Regional Divergence and Internal Improvements in Antebellum Pennsylvania and Virginia, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 56, 1996, p. 763
Arthur J. ROLNICK; François R. VELDE; Warren E. WEBER, The Debasement Puzzle: An Essay on Medieval Monetary History, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 56, 1996, p. 789
Price V. FISHBACK; Shawn Everett KANTOR, The Durable Experiment: State Insurance of Workers' Compensation Risk in the Early Twentieth Century, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 56, 1996, p. 809
Christopher HANES, Changes in the Cyclical Behavior of Real Wage Rates, 1870-1900, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 56, 1996, p. 837
Marc FLANDREAU, The French Crime of 1873: An Essay on the Emergence of the International Gold Standard, 1870-1880, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 56, 1996, p. 862
S.R.H. JONES; Simon P. VILLE, Efficient Transactors or Rent-Seeking Monopolists? The Rationale for Early Chartered Trading Companies, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 56, 1996, p. 898
Ann M. CARLOS; Stephen NICHOLAS, Theory and History: Seventeenth-Century Joint-Stock Chartered Trading Companies, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 56, 1996, p. 916
S.R.H. JONES; Simon P. VILLE, Theory and Evidence: Understanding Chartered Trading Companies, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 56, 1996, p. 925
   Reviews of Books, p. 929


Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997
Randall NIELSEN, Storage and English Government Intervention in Early Modern Grain Markets, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 1
Timothy J. HATTON, The Immigrant Assimilation Puzzle in Late Nineteenth-Century America, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 34
Peter TEMIN, Two Views of the British Industrial Revolution, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 63
Philip R.P. COELHO; Robert A. MCGUIRE, African and European Bound Labor in the British New World: The Biological Consequences of Economic Choices, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 83
Garland L. BRINKLEY, The Decline in Southern Agricultural Output, 1860-1880, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 116
Va Nee L. van VLECK, Delivering Coal by Road and Rail in Britain: The Efficiency of the "Silly Little Bobtailed" Coal Wagons, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 139
Sumner J. LA CROIX; Christopher GRANDY, The Political Instability of Reciprocal Trade and the Overthrow of the Hawaiian Kingdom, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 161
Larry G. GERBER, Individualism Transformed, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 190
Paul R. GREGORY, Searching for Consistency in Historical Data: Alternate Estimates of Russia's Industrial Production, 1887-1913, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 196
   Reviews of Books, p. 210
Peter TEMIN, Is it Kosher to Talk about Culture? [Presidential Address], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 267
Kenneth L. SOKOLOGG; David DOLLAR, Agricultural Seasonality and the Organization of Manufacturing in Early Industrial Economies: The Contrast between England and the United States, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 288
Barbara J. ALEXANDER, Failed Cooperation in Heterogeneous Industries under the National Recovery Administration, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 322
Sevket PAMUK, In the Absence of Domestic Currency: Debased European Coinnage in the Seventeenth-Century Ottoman Empire, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 345
Jeffry A. FRIEDEN, Monetary Populism in Nineteenth-Century America: An Open Economy Interpretation, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 367
Andrew L. SELTZER, The Effects of the Fair Labor Standards Act on the Sourthern Seamless Hosiery and Lumber Industries, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 396
Alan BOOTH; Joseph BELLING; Christoph DARTMANN, Institutions and Economic Growth: The Politics of Productivity in West Germany, Sweden and the United Kingdom, 1945-1955, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 416
Mancur OLSON Jr., An Appreciation: Reply to Booth, Melling and Dartmann, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 445
Michael PALMER, Proxy Data and Income Estimates: The Economic Lag of Central and Eastern Europe, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 448
David F. GOOD, Proxy Data and Income Estimates: Reply to Pammer, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 456
Lee J. ALSTON; Kyle D. KAUFFMAN, Agricultural Chutes and Ladders: New Estimates of Sharecroppers and "True Tenants" in the South, 1900-1920, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 464
John MAJEWSKI, A Revolution Too Many?, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 476
Joshua GOTKIN, The Legislated Adjustment of Labor Disputes: An Empirical Analysis, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 481
Steven HERSCOVICI, Progress Amid Poverty: Economic Opportunity in Antebellum Newburyport, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 484
Tomas NONNENMACHER, Law, Emerging Technology and Market Structure: The Development of the Telegraph Industry, 1838-1868, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 488
David COWEN, Exchange Rate Regime Choice and Economic Performance in the Interwar Years, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 491
Anne G. HANLEY, Capital Markets in the Coffee Economy: Economic Growth and Institutional Change in São Paulo, Brazil, 1850-1905, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 493
Hans-Joachim VOTH, Time Use in Eighteenth Century London: Some Evidence from the Old Bailey, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 497
Joshua L. ROSENBLOOM, Comments on Gotkin, Herscovici and Nonnenmacher, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 500
Jean-Laurent ROSENTHAL, Comments on Cowen, Hanley and Voth, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 505
Lee J. ALSTON; Gary D. LIBECAP; Bernardo MUELLER, property Rights and Land Conflict: A Comparison of Settlement of the U.S. Western and Brazilian Amazon Frontiers [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 510
James A. DUNLEVY; William K. HUTCHINSON, Patterns of Import Trade and Immigration in the Late Nineteenth-Century United States [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 510
Zadia FELICIANO, Mexican Immigrants to the United States: Evidence on Selection and Economic Performance from 1910-1990 [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 510
Simone WEGGE, To Part or Not to Part: Emigration and Inheritance Institutions in Nineteenth-Century Hesse-Cassel [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 510
Karen CLAY, Land Tenure Arrangements in Post Gold Rush California: Patterns of Conflict and Cooperation [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 511
Paul DAVID, Real Income and Economic Welfare Growth in the Early Republic or Another Try at Getting the American Story Straight [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 512
David M. WISHART, Comparing Cherokee and White Agriculture in the Southeastern Upcountry circa 1840: Are There Lessons for Today's Developing Indigenous People? [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 512
Barry EICHENGREEN, Institutions and Economic Growth: Econometric Evidence for Postwar Europe [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 513
Stanley L. ENGERMAN, Factor Endowments, Institutions and Differential Paths of Growth among New World Economies [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 513
Clifford G. HOLDERNESS; Randall S. KROSZNER; Dennis P. SHEEHAN, Were the Good Old Days that Good? Evolution of Managerial Stock Ownership and Corporate Governance since the Great Depression [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 513
George BOYER, The Influence of London on Labor Markets in Southern England, 1830-1914 [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 514
Daniel RAFF, What Actually Happened at Highland Park? Microeconomic History and the Coming of Mass Production [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 514
Ross THOMSON; Richard R. NELSON, The Internationalization of Technology, 1874-1929: Evidence from U.S., Bitish and German Patent Experience [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 514
John BROWN, Job Tenure and Employment Structure during High Industrialization: The Case of Germany before World War I [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 515
Joyce BURNETTE, Employment Patterns of Agricultural Day-Laborers near Sheffield: Gender Differences and Changes over time, 1772-1775 and 1831-1845 [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 515
Gerald D. FELDMAN, Hugo Stinnes and His Bankers [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 515
Price V. FISHBACK; Shawn Everett KANTOR, The Political Economy of New Deal Expenditures: A Preliminary and Exploratory Investigation [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 516
Stephen HABER, The Efficiency Consequences of Institutional Changes: Capital Market Regulation and Industrial Productivity Growth in Brazil, 1966-1934 [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 516
Anne HANLEY, Financial Institutions and Economic Change: The Sã,o Paulo Bolsa, 1886-1914 [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 516
Lance DAVIS; Robert GALLMAN, The Politics of International Capital Flows: Canada, Argentina and the United States [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 517
Jonathan GRANT, Private Enterprise and the State in Russwia: A Comparative Study of the Putilov Company (1866-1917) and the Kirov Works today [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 517
Sumner LA CROIX; Richard GARBACCIO, Convergence in China during the Maoist and Reform Regimes [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 517
Gregory CLARK, A Precocious Infant? The Evolution of the English Grain Market, 1208-1770 [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 518
Kenneth LIPARTITO, Regulating Competition in the Telecommunications Industry: The United States and Great Britain, 1890-1920 [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 518
Graciela MARQUEZ, On Failure and Success: Two Trade Agreements between Mexico and the United States [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 518
Michael BERNSTEIN, Economic Instability in the United States: A Comparison of the 1930s and the 1970s [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 519
Bruce M.S. CAMPBELL, Matching Supply to Demand: Crop Production and Disposal by English Demesnes in the Century on the Black Death [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 519
Jim GALLOWAY; Derek KEENE; Margaret MURPHY, Market Networks in the London Region circa 1400 [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 519
Dora L. COSTA, Social Status and Health among Older Men: A Comparison between 1900 and the Present [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 520
Marc EGNAL, Long Swings in Growth in Colonial North America: A Comparison of Development in the Thirteen Colonies and Canada [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 520
Alexander FIELD, The Relative Productivity of American Distribution, 1869-1992 [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 520
Margot FINN, The Cultural Construction of Cash: Credit and Ready Money in English Consumer Relations circa. 1770-1900 [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 521
Mark POTTER, Lending Clienteles and the Institutions of Public Finance in Early Modern France [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 521
   Reviews of Books, p. 527
John E. MURRAY, Standards of the Present for People of the Past: Height, Weight and Mortality among Men of Amherst College, 1834-1949, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 585
William J. COLLINS, When the Tide Turned: Immigration and the Delay of the Great Black Migration, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 607
Carlo BARDINI, Without Coal in the Age of Steam: A Factor-Endowment Explanation of the Italian Industrial Lage before World War I, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 633
Leon BETTENDORF; Erik BUYST, Rent Control and Virtual Prices: A Case Studey for Interwar Belgium, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 654
Mark W. NICHOLS; Jill M. HENDRICKSON, Profit Differentials between Canadian and U.S. Commercial Banks: The Role of Regulation, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 674
Gregor W. SMITH; R. Todd SMITH, Greenback-Gold Returns and Expectations of Resumption, 1862-1879, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 697
Gary D. LIBECAP, The New Institutional Economics and Economic History, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 718
   Reviews of Books, p. 723
Kevin H. O'ROURKE, The European Grain Invasion, 1870-1913, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 775
Judith A. MCDONALD; Anthony Patrick O'BRIEN; Colleen M. CALLAHAN, Trade Wars: Canada's Reaction to the Smoot-Hawley Tariff, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 802
Bruce M.S. CAMPBELL, Matching Supply to Demand: Crop Production and Disposal by English Demesnes in the Century on the Black Death, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 827
William D. LASTRAPES; Geoge SELGIN, The Check Tax: Fiscal Folly and the Great Monetary Contraction, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 859
Javier CUENCA ESTEBAN, The Rising Share of British Industrial Exports in Industrial Output, 1720-1851, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 879
Livio DI MATTEO, The Determinants of Wealth and Asset Holding in Nineteenth-Century Canada: Evidence from Microdata, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 907
David GREASLEY; Les OXLEY, Endogenous Growth or "Big Bang": Two Views of the First Industrial Revolution, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 935
N.F.R. CRAFTS; Terence C. MILLS, Endogenous Innovation, Trend Growth and the British Industrial Revolution: Reply to Greasely and Oxley, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 950
David GREASLEY; Les OXLEY, Endogenous Growth, Trend Output and the Industrial Revolution: Reply to Crafts and Mills, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 57, 1997, p. 957
   Reviews of Books, p. 963

Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998
Alan M. TAYLOR, On the Costs of Inward-Looking Development: Price Distortions, Growth and Divergence in Latin America, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 1
Hans-Joachim VOTH, Time and Work in Eighteenth-Century London, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 29
Douglas A. IRWIN, Higher Tariffs, Lower Revenues? Analyzing the Fiscal Aspects of "The Great Tariff Debate of 1888", in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 59
Gregory CLARK, Commons Sense: Common Property Rights, Efficiency and Institutional Change, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 73
Kerry A. ODELL; David F. WEIMAN, Metropolitan Development, Regional Financial Centers and the Founding of the Fed in the Lower South, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 103
Nathan SUSSMAN, The Late Medieval Bullion Famine Reconsidered, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 126
Pierre Claude REYNARD, Manufacturing Strategies in the Eighteenth Century: Subcontracting for Growth among Papermakers in the Auvergne, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 155
Joshula L. ROSENBLOOM, Strikebreaking and the Labor Market in the United States, 1881-1894, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 183
Gregory CLARK, Renting the Revolution, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 206
Michael TURNER; John BECKETT; Bethanie AFTON, Renting the Revolution: A Reply to Clark, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 211
John MUNRO, Crisis and Change in the Later Medieval English Economy, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 215
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Deirdre N. MCCLOSKEY, Bourgeois Virtue and the History of P and S [Presidential Address], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 297
Ann M. CARLOS; Jennifer KEY; Jill L. DUPREE, Learning and the Creation of Stock-Market Institutions: Evidence from the Royal African and Hudson's Bay Companies, 1670-1700, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 318
Claudia GOLDIN, America's Graduation from High School: The Evolution and Spread of Secondary Schooling in the Twentieth Century, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 345
Stephen N. BROADBERRY, How Did the United States and Germany Overtake Britain? A Sectoral Analysis of Comparative Productivity Levels, 1870-1990, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 375
Martha L. OLNEY, When Your Word Is Not Enough: Race, Collateral and Household Credit, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 408
Stephan KLASEN, Marriage, Bargaining and Intrahousehold Resource Allocation: Excess Female Mortality among Adults during Early German Development, 1740-1860, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 432
Timothy G. CONLEY; David W. GALENSON, Nativity and Wealth in Mid-Nineteenth-Century Cities, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 468
Metin M. COSGEL; John E. MURRAY, Productivity of a Commune: The Shakers, 1850-1880, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 494
Mario PASTORE, Government, Taxation, Coercion and Ideology: A Comment on Yeager, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 511
Timothy L. YEAGER, A Reply to Pastore, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 521
Edward BEATTY, The Political Basis of Industrialization in Mexico before 1911, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 525
Timothy LEUNIG, The Myth of the Corporate Economy: Factor Costs, Industrial Structure and Technological Choice in the Lancashire and New England Cotton Textile Industries, 1900-1913, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 528
Simone WEGGE, Migration Decisions in Mid-Nineteenth-Century Germany, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 532
Carolyn M. MOEHLING, Work and Family: Intergenerational Support in American Families, 1880-1920, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 535
Mark V. SIEGLER, Real Output and Business Cycle Volatility, 1869-1993: U.S. Experience in International Perspective, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 537
Robert E. WRIGHT, Banking and Politics in New York, 1784-1829, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 541
Daniel BARBEZAT, Comments on Beatty, Leunig and Wegge, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 544
Kenneth A. SNOWDEN, Comments on Moehling, Siegler and Wright, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 544
David GERARD, Transactions Costs and the Value of Mining Claims, 1872-1920 [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 553
Mark KANAZAWA, Efficiency in Western Water Law: The Development of the California Doctrine, 1850-1911 [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 553
Robert A. MARGO, Wages in California during the Gold Rush [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 553
Marcia J. FROST, Cultivation and Cropping Patterns and Trends: Kaira District circa 1820-1858 [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 554
Valerie HALL; Scott LAIDLAW; Peter SOLAR, The Shamrock and the Potato: The Agricultural System of Pre-Famine Ireland [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 554
Yeh-Chien WANG, Deflation and the Taiping Rebellion in China [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 554
Maristella BOTTICINI, A Tale of "Benevolent" Governments: The Regulation of Credit Markets in Tuscany, Umbria and Venice, ca. 1284-1450 [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 555
John F. PADGETT; Paul MCLEAN, The Social Foundation of Renaissance Market Structure [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 555
Dean WILLIAMSON, A Mechanism of Venice: The Design of Maritime Agency Relations in Venice, 1190-1220 [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 555
R. Richard GEDDES; Dean LUECK, Self-Ownership and the Rights of Women [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 556
Neil de MARCHI; Hans van MIEGROET; Matt RAIFF, Recovering Price Mechanisms: Dealer-Dealer Trade in Paintings, Antwerp to Paris, in the Seventeenth Century [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 556
B. Zorina KHAN, Civil Litigation and Economic Change: Evidence from New South Wales District Courts: 1860-1900 [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 557
Masao SUZUKI, The Economic and Demographic Impact of the Alien Land Laws on Japanese Immigrants [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 557
Jenny Bourne WAHL, Antebellum Employment Law: Slaves, Animals and Free Persons [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 557
Clark Spencer LARSEN; Alfred W. CROSBY; Mark C. GRIFFEN; Dale L. HUTCHINSON; Christopher B. RUFF; Katherine F. RUSSELL; Margaret J. SCHOENINGER; Leslie E. SERING; Scott W. SIMPSON; Jeffry L. TAKACS; Mark F. TEAFORD, A Biohistory of Health and Behavior in the Georgia Bight: Interfacing Economics and Human Biology [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 558
Richard H. STECKEL; Paul W. SCIULLI; Jerome C. ROSE, Measuring the Standard of Living using Skeletal Remains [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 558
Alan DYE, Organizational Innovation and the Latifundium: The Purpose of the Colono Contracts in Cuban Sugar, 1889-1929 [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 559
Rosanne HIGGINS; Michael HAINES; Lorena S. WALSH; Joyce SIRIANNI, The Poor in the Mid-Nineteenth-Century Northeast: Evidence from the Monroe County Almhouse, Rochester, New York [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 559
David R. MEYER, Steam Engines from the Elites: American Technological Change, 1790-1820 [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 559
Jörg BATEN, Climate, Grain Production and Nutritional Status in Southern Germany during the Eighteenth Century [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 560
Howard BODENHORN, A Most Wretched Class: Heights, Health and Nutrition of Free Blacks in Antebellum Virginia [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 560
Susan WOLCOTT, Did Imperial Policies Doom the Indian Textile Industry? [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 560
George GRANTHAM, The Economic History of the Super-Long Run: A Possible Dialogue between Archaeology and Economic History [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 561
Mary Eschelbach GREGSON; Farley GRUBB, Anthropometric versus Conventional Economic Measures of Standard of Living: A Search for Theoretical Consistency [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 561
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Charles H. FEINSTEIN, Pessimism Perpetuated: Real Wages and the Standard of Living in Britain during and after the Industrial Revolution, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 625
Sukkoo KIM, Economic Integration and Convergence: U.S. Regions, 1840-1987, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 659
S.R. EPSTEIN, Craft Guilds, Apprenticeship and Technological Change in Preindustrial Europe, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 684
Jane KNODELL, The Demise of Central Banking and the Domestic Exchanges: Evidence from Antebellum Ohio, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 714
Myung Soo CHA, Imperial Policy or World Price Shocks? Explaining Interwar Kerean Consumption Trend, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 731
Werner TROESKEN, Exclusive Dealing and the Whiskey Trust, 1890-1895, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 755
John KOMLOS, Shrinking in a Growing Economy? The Mystery of Physical Stature during the Industrial Revolution, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 779
Richard H. STECKEL, Strategic Ideas in the Rise of the New Anthropomorphic History and their Implications for Interdisciplinary Research, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 803
Mary Eschelbach HANSEN, Land Ownership, Farm Size and Tenancy after the Civil War, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 822
Gregory CLARK; Ysbrand van der WERF, Work in Progress? The Industrious Revolution, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 830
Chulhee LEE, Long-Term Unemployment and Retirement in Early Twentieth-Century America, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 844
E.L. JONES, The Wealth and Poverty of History, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 857
Kevin H. O'ROURKE, Culture, Malthus and Irish Demographic History, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 862
Jörg BATEN; John KOMLOS, Height and the Standard of Living, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 866
   Reviews of Books, p. 874
Steven HERSCOVICI, Migration and Economic Mobility: Wealth Accumulation and Occupational Change among Antebellum Migrants and Persisters, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 927
Simone A WEGGE, Chain Migration and Information Networks: Evidence from Nineteenth-Century Hesse-Cassel, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 957
Dora L. COSTA, Unequal at Birth: A Long-Term Comparison of Income and Birth Weight, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 987
Ronnie J. PHILLIPS; Harvey CUTLER, Domestic Exchange Rates and Regional Economic Growth in the United States, 1899-1908: Evidence from Cointegration Analysis, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 1010
Holland HUNTER, Keeping Track of Economic Change with Ambiguous Tools: Soviet Planning, 1928-1991, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 1027
Mark HARRISON, Prices, Planners and Producers: An Agency Problem in Soviet Industry, 1928-1950, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 1032
Robert C. ALLEN, The Standard of Living in the Soviet Union, 1928-1940, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 1063
Elizabeth FIELD-HENDREY, The Role of Gender in Biased Technological Change: U.S. Manufacturing, 1850-1919, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 1090
Tony CAPORALE; Barbara MCKIERNAN, Interes Rate Uncertainty and the Founding of the Federal Reserve, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 58, 1998, p. 1110
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Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999
John R. HANSON II, Culture Shock and Direct Investment in Poor Countries, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 1
Peter C. MANCALL; Thomas WEISS, Was Economic Growth Likely in Colonial British North America?, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 17
Joyce BURNETTE, Labourers at the Oakes: Changes in the Demand for Female Day-Laborers at a Farm near Sheffield during the Agricultural Revolution, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 41
Gillian HAMILTON, Property Rights and Transactions Costs in Marriage: Evidence from Prenuptial Contracts, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 68
Maristella BOTTICINI, A Loveless Economy? Intergenerational Altruism and the Marriage Market in a Tuscan Town, 1415-1436, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 104
Karen B. CLAY, Property Rights and Institutions: Congress and the California Land Act of 1851, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 122
Ekaterini KYRIAZIDOU; Martin PESENDORFER, Viennese Chairs: A Case Study for Modern Industrialization, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 143
Christina D. ROMER, Why Did Prices Rise in the 1930s?, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 167
   Reviews of Books, p. 205
Gavin WRIGHT, The Civil Rights Revolution as Economic History [Presidential Address], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 267
Juan CARMONA; James SIMPSON, The "Rabassa Morta" in Catalan Viticulture: The Rise and Decline of a Long-Term Sharecropping Contract, 1670s-1920s, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 290
José CRITZ MORILLA; Alan L. OLMSTEAD; Paul W. RHODE, "Horn of Plenty": The Globalization of Mediterranean Horticulture and the Economic Development of Southern Europe, 1880-1930, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 316
Ruth DUPRÉ, "If It's Yellow, It Must Be Butter": Margarine Regulation in North America since 1886, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 353
Carlos D. RAMÍREZ, Did Glass-Steagall Increase the Cost of External Finance for Corporate Investment? Evidence from Bank and Insurance Company Affiliations, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 372
Susan WOLCOTT; Gregory CLARK, Why Nations Fail: Managerial Decisions and Performance in Indian Cotton Textiles, 1890-1938, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 397
Werner TROESKEN, Patronage and Public-Sector Wages in 1896, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 424
John CHAPMAN, Charities, Rents and Enclosure: A Comment on Clark, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 447
Gregory CLARK, In Defense of "Commons Sense": Reply to Chapman, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 451
Maristella BOTTICINI, Institutions, Information and Markets in Fifteenth-Century Tuscany, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 456
Hal Eugene HANSEN, Caps and Gowns: Historical Reflections on the Institutions that Shaped Learning for and at Work in Germany and the United States, 1800-1945, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 459
Lisa A. MAROVICH, Fueling the Fires of Genius: Women's Inventive Activities in American War Eras, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 462
María Concepción GARCÍA-INGELSIAS SOTO, The Risks and Returns of Not Being on the Gold Standard: The Spanish Experience, 1880-1913, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 466
William L. COLLINS, Labor Mobility in American and Indian Economic History, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 469
A. Glenn CROTHERS, "The Projecting Spirit": Social, Economic and Cultural Change in Post-Revolutionary Northern Virginia, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 473
Lynn LEES, Comments on Botticini, Hansen and Marovich, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 476
Leonard CARLSON, Comments on the Dissertations by Collins, Crothers and Carcía-Iglesias, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 479
Greg CLARK, Microbes and Markets: Was the Black Death an Economic Revolution? [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 487
Stephan R. EPSTEIN, The Late Medieval Crisis as an Integration Crisis [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 487
Harry KITSIKOPOULOS, The Impact of the Black Death on Peasant Budgets and their Ability to Innovate [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 487
Ann CARLOS; Frank LEWIS, Native American Indians as Consumers, 1700-1770 [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 488
Elizabeth HERR, Women, Economic Opportunity and Wealth Accumulation Strategies in Frontier Colorado [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 488
Leigh SHAW-TAYLOR, The Hammong-Neeson Thesis Revisited: Did Agricultural Laborers Have Common Pasture Rights? [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 488
Anne MCCANTS, Let them Drink Tea: The Consumption of Colonial Groceries Among the Amsterdam Kleine Burgereij [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 489
Martha OLNEY, Consumerism: An Economist's Perspective [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 489
Lorena WALSH; Ann MARTIN, Reconstructing the Food Provisioning Systems in the Chesapeake [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 489
Tony FREYER, Did the Allied Occupation Transform Japanese Society? Enacting the Antimonopoly Law of 1947 as a Case Study [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 490
Aurora GÓMEZ GALVARRIATO, The Impact of Revolution: The Evolution of Prices, Real Wages and Productivitiy Levels in a Mexican Textile Mille from 1900 to 1929 [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 490
Steve HABER, Political Stability and Economic Performance: Evidence from Revolutionary Mexico [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 490
Helge BERGER; Mark SPOERER, Not Ideas, but Hunger? The Revolution of 1848 and the Pre-1848 Economies of Europe [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 491
Alan DYE; Richard SICOTTE, U.S. Tariff Policy and the Cuban Revolution: The Political Economy of Exporting Economic Instability [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 491
Nathan SUSSMAN; Yishay YAFEH, Institutions and the Country Risk: Evidence from Japanese Government Debt in the Meiji Period [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 491
David COWEN, The First Bank of the United States: "Central Banking" and Credit Markets, 1791-1811 [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 492
Roger RANSOM; Richard SUTCH, Conflicting Visions: The American Civil War as a Revolutionary Conflict [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 492
Winifred ROTHENBERG, Mortgage Credit: A Proto-Capital Market in the Early States of Economic Development: Massachusetts, 1642-1770 [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 492
Robert ALLEN, The Great Divergence: Wages and Prices in Europe, 1375-1913 [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 493
Margaret JACOB, Scientific Culture in the Making of the Industrial West [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 493
Robert E. WRIGHT, Two Ventricles of America's Early Financial Heart: Bank Lending in New York and Pennsylvania, 1781-1830 [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 493
Michael GAGNON, The Industrial Revolution in Nineteenth-Century Georgia: An Evolutionary Model of Textile Industrialization [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 494
Sheperd W. MCKINLEY, The Revolution after the War: Workers, Managers and Entrepreneurs in South Carolina's Phosphate Industry, 1867-1900 [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 494
Oliver VOLCKART, Stability and Change in the Premodern Economy and Society of Germany [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 494
Raymond L. COHN, Different or Simply More? Comparing Colonial and Antebellum Immigration to the United States [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 495
Andrew GODLEY, After the Pogroms: The Great Wave of Russian Jewish Emigration to the United States and the United Kingdom, 1880-1914 [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 495
Suzanne L. SUMMERS, The Economic Impact of Postbellum Political Revolutions: Reconstruction, Redemption and Texas Cotton Merchants, 1865-1880 [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 495
Alexander J. FIELD, Telegraphic Transmission of Asset Prices and Orders to Trade: Implications for Economic Growth, Trading Volumes and Securities Markets [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 496
Drew KEELING, Trans-Atlantic Migration and the Transportation Revolution, 1850-1914 [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 496
Wayne A. GROVE, Postbellum Cotton Economy No More: A Chemomechanical Revolution across the Pan-Continental Cotton Belt, 1949-1964 [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 497
Farley GRUBB, Statutory Regulation of Immigrant Labor Contracting: The Role of Legally Mandated Freedom Dues in Colonial American Servitude [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 497
Graeme J. MILNE, The Steam Revolution: Ship-Owning Strategies in Mid-Nineteenth-Century Liverpool [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 497
Marilyn GERRIETS, The Origin of the Hinterland: Agricultural Resources and Manufacturing Development at Confederation [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 498
David STEAD, A General Theory of Enclosures [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 498
P.V. VISWANATH, Agricultural Contracting in Roman Palestine: Risk Sharing or Moral Hazard? [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 498
Margaret LEVENSTEIN, Capital Markets and the Industrialization of the American Midwest: A Study of the Cleveland Stock Exchange [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 499
Paul RHODE, After the War Boom: Reconversion on the Pacific Coast, 1943-1949 [Abstract of Paper presented at the Annual Meeting], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 499
Paul R. GREGORY, In Memoriam Valery Bovykin, 1927-1998 [Obituary], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 500
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Gerardo della PAOLARA; Alan M. TAYLOR, Economic Recovery from the Argentine Great Depression: Institutions, Expectations and the Change of Macroeconomic Regime, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 567
Robert HIGGS, From central Planning to the Market: The American Transition, 1945-1947, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 600
J. Peter FERDERER; David A. ZALEWSKI, To Raise the Golden Anchor? Financial Crises and Uncertainty during the Great Depression, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 624
Robert K. FLECK, The Marginal Effect of New Deal Relief Work on County-Level Unemployment Statistics, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 659
Tom NICHOLAS, Clogs to Clogs in Three Generations? Explaining Entrepreneurial Performance in Britain since 1850, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 688
Joshua L. ROSENBLOOM; William A. SUNDSTROM, The Sources of Regional Variation in the Severity of the Great Depression: Evidence from U.S. Manufacturing, 1919-1937, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 714
Kevin CAREY, Investigating a Debt Channel for the Smoot-Hawley Tariffs: Evidence from the Sovereign Bond Market, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 748
Mette EJRNÆS; Karl Gunnar PERSSON, Grain Storage in Early Modern Europe, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 762
Sumner J. LA CROIX, Economic Integration and Convergence: A Second Decomposition Method, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 773
Sukkoo KIM, Decomposing U.S. Regional Imcomes: A Reply, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 779
G.N. von TUNZELMANN, Big Business, Growth and Decline, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 787
   Reviews of Books, p. 797
Richard SICOTTE, Economic Crisis and Political Response: The Political Economy of the Shipping Act of 1916, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 861
Siddharth CHANDRA; Timothy J. VOGELSANG, Change and Involution in Sugar Production in Cultivation-System Java, 1840-1870, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 885
Hui-Wen KOO; Chun-Chieh WANG, Indexed Pricing: Sugarcane Price Guarantees in Colonial Taiwan, 1930-1940, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 912
Werner TROESKEN, Typhoid Rates and the Public Acquisition of Private Waterworks, 1880-1920, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 927
Dudley BAINES; Paul JOHNSON, The Exit of Older Men from the London Labor Market, 1929-1931, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 949
Howard BODENHORN, A Troublesome Caste: Height and Nutrition of Antebellum Virginia's Rural Free Blacks, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 972
Jennifer L. FRANKL, An Analysis of Japanese Corporate Structures, 1915-1937, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 997
Kris James MITCHENER; Ian W. MCLEAN, U.S. Regional Growth and Convergence, 1880-1980, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 1016
James A. DUNLEVY; William K. HUTCHINSON, The Impact of Immigration on American Import Trade in the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 1043
Erik D. CRAFT, Private Weather Organizations and the Founding of the United States Weather Bureau, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 1063
Peter SCOTT, The Efficiency of Britain's "Silly Little Bobtailed" Coal Wagons: A Comment on van Vleck, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 1072
Va Nee L. van VLECK, In Defense (Again) of "Silly Little Bobtailed" Coal Wagons: Reply to Peter Scott, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 59, 1999, p. 1081
   Reviews of Books, p. 1088

Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 60, 2000
Joel MOKYR, Why "More Work for Mother?" Knowledge and Household Behavior, 1870-1945, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 60, 2000, p. 1-41
Janet CURIE; Joseph FERRIE, The Law and labor Strife in the United States, 1881-1894, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 60, 2000, p. 42-66
Brian A'HEARN, Could Southern Italians Cooperate? Banche Popolari in the Mezzogiorno, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 60, 2000, p. 67-93
Farley GRUBB, The Transatlantic Market for British Convict Labor, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 60, 2000, p. 94-122
David ELTIS; Stanley L. ENGERMAN, The Importance of Slavery and the Slave Trade to Industrializing Britain, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 60, 2000, p. 123-144
Jon R. MOEN; Ellis W. TALLMAN, Clearinghouse Membership and Deposit Contraction during the Panic of 1907, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 60, 2000, p. 145-163
Maristella BOTTICINI, A Tale of "Benevolent" Governments: Private Credit Markets, Public Finance and the Role of Jewish Lenders in Medieval and Renaissance Italy, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 60, 2000, p. 164-189
William M. DOYLE, Capital Structure and the Financial Development of the U.S. Sugar-Refining Industry, 1875-1905, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 60, 2000, p. 190-215
William O. BROWN; Richard C.K. BURDEKIN, Turning Points in the U.S. Civil War: A British Perspektive, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 60, 2000, p. 216-231
Philip R.P. COELHO; Robert A. MCGUIRE, Diets Versus Diseases: The Anthropomterics of Slave Children [Notes and Discussion], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 60, 2000, p. 232-246
Richard H. STECKEL, Diets Versus Diseases in the Anthropometrics of Slave Children: A Reply [Notes and Discussion], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 60, 2000, p. 247-259
Robert L. TIGNOR, New Works in West African Economic History [Review Article], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 60, 2000, p. 260-263
   Editors' Notes, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 60, 2000, p. 264-269
   Book Reviews, p. 270
Larry NEAL, A Shocking View of Economic History (Presidential Address), in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 60, 2000, p. 317-334
Douglas A. Irwin, Did Late-Nineteenth-Century U.S. Tariffs Promote Infant Industries? Evidence from the Tinplate Industry, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 60, 2000, p. 335-360
Raymond L. COHN, Nativism and the End of the Mass Migration of the 1840s and 1850s, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 60, 2000, p. 361-383
Gerald FRIEDMAN, The Political Economy of Early Southern Unionism: Race, Politics and Labor in the South, 1880-1953, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 60, 2000, p. 384-413
Douglass C. NORTH; Barry R. WEINGAST, Introduction: Institutional Analysis and Economic History [Symposion: High Politics and Low Finance], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 60, 2000, p. 414-417
John WELLS; Douglas WILLS, Revolution, Restoration and Debt Repudiation: The Jacobite Threat to England's Institutions and Economic Growth [Symposion: High Politics and Low Finance], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 60, 2000, p. 418-441
Nathan SUSSMAN; Yishay YAFEH, Institutions, Reforms and Country Risk: Lessons from Japanese Government Debt in the Meiji Era [Symposion: High Politics and Low Finance], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 60, 2000, p. 442-467
Bruno S. FREY; Marcel KUCHER, History as Reflected in Capital Markets: The Case of World War II [Symposion: High Politics and Low Finance], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 60, 2000, p. 468-496
   Summaries of Doctoral Dissertations, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 60, 2000, p. 497-529
   Abstracts of Papers presented at the Annual Meeting, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 60, 2000, p. 530-541
   Editors' Notes, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 60, 2000, p. 542-545
   Reviews of Books, p. 546
Mark POTTER, Good Offices: Intermediation by Corporate Bodies in Early Modern French Public Finance, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 60, 2000, p. 599-626
Gilliam HAMILTON, The Decline of Apprenticeship in North America: Evidence from Montreal, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 60, 2000, p. 627-664
Lillian LI, Integration and Disintegration in North China's Grain Markets, 1738-1911, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 60, 2000, p. 665-699
Naomi R. LAMOREAUX; Kenneth L. SOKOLOFF, The Geography of Invention in the American Glass Industry, 1870-1925, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 60, 2000, p. 700-729
Blanca SÁNCHEZ-ALONSO, Those Who Left and Those Who Stayed Behind: Explaining Emigration from the Regions of Spain, 1880-1914, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 60, 2000, p. 730-755
William J. COLLINS, African-American Economic Mobility in the 1940s: A Portrait from the Palmer Survey, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 60, 2000, p. 756-782
Claudia GOLDIN; Lawrence F. KATZ, Education and Income in the Early Twentieth Century: Evidence from the Prairies, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 60, 2000, p. 783-818
C. Knick HARLEY; N.F.R. CRAFTS, Simulating the Two Views of the British Industrial Revolution, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 60, 2000, p. 819-841
Peter TEMIN, A Response to Harley and Crafts ["Simulating the Two Views of the British Industrial Revolution"] [Notes and Discussion], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 60, 2000, p. 842-846
Steven SARSON, Distribution of Wealth in Prince George's County, Maryland, 1800-1820 [Notes and Discussion], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 60, 2000, p. 847-855
E.L. JONES, Time and Chance in the Old-World Economies [Review Article], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 60, 2000, p. 856-859
   Editors' Notes, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 60, 2000, p. 860-861
   Reviews of Books, p. 862
Douglas J. PUFFERT, The Standardization of Track Gauge on North American Railways, 1830-1890, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 60, 2000, p. 933-960
Sheilagh OGILVIE; Jeremy EDWARDS, Women and the "Second Serfdom": Evidence from Early Modern Bohemia, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 60, 2000, p. 961-994
Ronald N. JOHNSON, Declining Industries and the Persistence of Government Support Programs: The Quiet Decline of Gum Naval Stores Production in the United States, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 60, 2000, p. 995-1016
Paul R. GREGORY; Aleksei TIKHONOV, Central Planning and Unintended Consequences: Creating the Soviet Financial System, 1930-1939, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 60, 2000, p. 1017-1040
David J. COWEN, The First Bank of the United States and the Securities Market Crash of 1792, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 60, 2000, p. 1041-1060
Niall FERGUSON; Brigitte GRANVILLE, "Weimar on the Volga": Causes and Consequences of Inflation in 1990s Russia compared with 1920s Germany, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 60, 2000, p. 1061-1087
B. Zorina KHAN, Commerce and Cooperation: Litigation and Settlement of Civil Disputes on the Australian Frontier, 1860-1900, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 60, 2000, p. 1088-1119
Gene SMILEY, A Note on the New Estimates of the Distribution of Income in the 1920s [Notes and Discussion], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 60, 2000, p. 1120-1128
   Editors' Notes, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 60, 2000, p. 1129-1131
   Reviews of Books, p. 1132

Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 61, 2001
Eric W. van LUIJK; Jan C. van OURS, The Effects of Government Policy on Drug Use: Java, 1875-1904, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 61, 2001, p. 1-18
Tomas NONNENMACHER, State Promotion and Regulation of the Telegraph Industry, 1845-1860, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 61, 2001, p. 19-36
Zephyr L. FRANK, Exports and Inequality: Evidence from the Brazilian Frontier, 1870-1937, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 61, 2001, p. 37-58
William J. COLLINS; Jeffrey G. WILLIAMSON, Capital-Goods Prices and Investment, 1870-1950, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 61, 2001, p. 59-94
Bradley HANSEN, Learning to Tax: The Political Economy of th Opium Trade in Iran, 1921-1941, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 61, 2001, p. 95-113
Richard O. ZERBE Jr.; C. Leigh ANDERSON, Culture and Fairness in the Development of Institutions in the California Gold Fields, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 61, 2001, p. 114-143
Bishnupriya GUPTA, The Internaitonal Tea Cartel during the Great Depression, 1929-1933, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 61, 2001, p. 144-159
Richard H. STECKEL; Carolyn M. MOEHLING, Rising Inequality: Trends in the Distrubution of Wealth in Industrializing New England, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 61, 2001, p. 160-183
Randall G. HOLCOMBE; Donald J. LACOMBE, The Growth of Local Government in the United States from 1820 to 1870 [Notes and Discussion], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 61, 2001, p. 184-189
   Editors' Notes, p. 190-196
   Reviews of Books, p. 197
Claudia GOLDIN, The Human-Capital Century and American Leadership: Virtues of the Past (Presidential Address), in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 61, 2001, p. 263-292
Helge BERGER; Mark SPOERER, Economic Crises and the European Revolutions of 1848, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 61, 2001, p. 293-326
Jakob B. MADSEN, Agricultural Crises and the International Transmission of the Great Depression, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 61, 2001, p. 327-365
Timothy W. GUINNANE, Cooperatives as Information Machines: German Rural Credit Cooperatives, 1883-1914, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 61, 2001, p. 366-389
Hugh GRANT; Henry THILLE, Tariffs, Strategy and Structure: Competition and Collusion in the Ontario Petroleum Industry, 1870-1880, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 61, 2001, p. 390-413
John G. TREBLE, Productivity and Effort: The Labor-Supply Decisions of Late Victorian Coalminers, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 61, 2001, p. 414-438
Timothy LEUNIG, New Answers to Old Questions: Explaining the Slow Adoption of Ring Spinning in Lancashire, 1880-1913, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 61, 2001, p. 439-466
Jonathan B. PRITCHETT, Quantiative Estimates of the United States Interregional Slave Trade, 1820-1860 [Notes and Discussion], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 61, 2001, p. 467-475
Martin DAUNTON, Britain's Imperial Economy [Review Article], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 61, 2001, p. 476-485
   Summaries of Doctoral Dissertations, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 61, 2001, p. 486-516
   Abstracts of Papers presented at the Annual Meeting, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 61, 2001, p. 517-529
   Abstracts of Posters displayed at the Annual Meeting, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 61, 2001, p. 530-531
   Editors' Notes, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 61, 2001, p. 532-535
   Reviews of Books, p. 536
Stephen QUINN, The Glorious Revolution's Effect on English Private Finance: A Microhistory, 1860-1705, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 61, 2001, p. 593-615
Peter C. MANCALL; Joshua L. ROSENBLOOM; Thomas WEISS, Slave Prices and the South Carolina Economy, 1722-1809, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 61, 2001, p. 616-639
Liegh SHAW-TAYLOR, Parliamentary Enclosure and the Emergence of an English Agricultural Proletariat, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 61, 2001, p. 640-662
Alan L. OLMSTEAD; Paul W. RHODE, Rehaping the Landscape: The Impact and Diffusion of the Tractor in American Agriculture, 1910-1960, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 61, 2001, p. 663-698
Suchit ARORA, Health, Human Productivity and Long-Term Economic Growth, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 61, 2001, p. 699-749
Werner TROESKEN, Race, Disease and the Provision of Water in American Cities, 1889-1921, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 61, 2001, p. 750-776
Douglas A. IRWIN; Peter TEMIN, The Antebellum Tariff on Cotton Textiles Revisited, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 61, 2001, p. 777-798
C. Knick HARLEY, The Antebellum Tariff: Different Products or Competing Sources? A Comment on Irwin and Temin [Notes and Discussion], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 61, 2001, p. 799-805
Alexander J. FIELD, Not What it Used to Be: The Cambridge Economic History of the United States, Volumes II and III [Review Article], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 61, 2001, p. 806-818
   Editors' Notes, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 61, 2001, p. 819-820
   Reviews of Books, p. 821
Curtis SIMON, The Supply Price of Labor during the Great Depression, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 61, 2001, p. 877-903
Nicola ROSSI; Gianni TONIOLO; Giovanni VECCHI, Is the Kuznets Curve Still Alive? Evidence from Italian Household Budgets, 1881-1961, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 61, 2001, p. 904-925
Carolyn M. MOEHLING, women's Work and Men's Unemployment, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 61, 2001, p. 926-949
Noel MAURER; Tridib SHARMA, Enforcing Property Rights Through Reputation: Mexico's Early Industrialization 1878-1913, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 61, 2001, p. 950-973
Robin L. EINHORN, Species of Property: The American Property-Tax Uniformity Clauses Reconsidered, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 61, 2001, p. 974-1008
Gregory CLARK; Anthony CLARK, Common Rights to Land in England, 1475-1839, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 61, 2001, p. 1009-1036
Ann M. CARLOS; Frank D. LEWIS, Trade, Consumption and the Native Economy: Lessons from York Factory, Hudson Bay, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 61, 2001, p. 1037-1064
Hans-Joachim VOTH, The Longes Years: New Estimates of Labor Input in England, 1760-1830, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 61, 2001, p. 1065-1082
Eugene BEAULIEU; J.C. Herbert EMERY, Pork Packers, Reciprocity and Laurier's Defeat in the 1911 Canadian General Election, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 61, 2001, p. 1083-1101
   Editors' Notes, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 61, 2001, p. 1102-1104
   Reviews of Books, p. 1105

Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 62, 2002
D.M.G. SUTHERLAND, Peasants, Lords and Leviathan: Winners and Losers from the Abolition of French Feudalism, 1780-1820, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 62, 2002, p. 1-24
Robert K. FLECK, Democratic Opposition to the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 62, 2002, p. 25-54
Jeffrey G. WILLIAMSON, Land, Labor and Globalization in the Third World, 1870-1940, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 62, 2002, p. 55-85
Gary D. LIBECAP; Zeynep Kocabiyik HANSEN, "Rain Follows the Plow" and Dryfarming Doctrine: The Climate Information Problem and Homestead Failure in the Upper Great Plains, 1890-1925, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 62, 2002, p. 86-120
Richard S. GROSSMAN, New Indices of British Equity Prices, 1870-1913, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 62, 2002, p. 121-146
Howard BODENHORN, Making the Little Guy Pay: Payments-System Networks, Cross-Subsidization and the Collapse of the Suffolk System, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 62, 2002, p. 147-169
Richard POMFRET, State-Directed Diffusion of Technology: The Mechanization of Cotton Harvesting in Soviet Central Asia, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 62, 2002, p. 170-188
Carolyn DIMITRI, Contract Evolution and Institutional Innovation: Marketing Pacific-Grown Apples from 1890 to 1930, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 62, 2002, p. 189-212
Harry KITSIKOPOULOS; Harold FOX, Campbell on Late-Medieval English Agriculture: Two Views [Review Article], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 62, 2002, p. 213-216
   Editors' Notes, p. 217-222
   Reviews of Books, p. 223
Richard SYLLA, Financial Systems and Economic Modernization, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 62, 2002, p. 277-292
Süleyman ÖZMUCUR; Sevket PAMUK, Real Wages and Standards of Living in the Ottoman Empire, 1489-1914, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 62, 2002, p. 293-321
Philip T. HOFFMAN; David JACKS; Patricia A. LEVIN; Peter H. LINDERT, Real Inequality in Europe since 1500, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 62, 2002, p. 322-355
John E. MURRAY; Ruth Wallis HERNDON, Markets for Children in Early America: A Political Economy of Pauper Apprenticeship, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 62, 2002, p. 356-382
Michael J. HISCOX, Interindustry Factor Mobility and Technological Change: Evidence on Wage and Profit Dispersion Across U.S. Industries, 1820-1990, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 62, 2002, p. 383-416
Kevin H. O'ROURKE; Jeffrey G. WILLIAMSON, After Columbus: Explaining Europe's Overseas Trade Boom, 1500-1800, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 62, 2002, p. 417-456
Peter L. ROUSSEAU, Jacksonian Monetary Policy, Specie Flows and the Panic of 1837, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 62, 2002, p. 457-488
Gregory CLARK, Shelter from the Storm: Housing and the Industrial Revolution, 1550-1909, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 62, 2002, p. 489-511
Chulhee LEE, Sectoral Shift and the Labor-Force Participation of Older Males in the United States, 1880-1940 [Notes and Discussion], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 62, 2002, p. 512-523
Robert WHAPLES, The Supply and Demand of Economic History: Recent Trends in the Journal of Economic History [Notes and Discussion], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 62, 2002, p. 524-532
   Summaries of Doctoral Dissertations, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 62, 2002, p. 533-565
   Abstracts of Papers presented at the Annual Meeting, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 62, 2002, p. 566-581
   Abstracts of Posters displayed at the Annual Meeting, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 62, 2002, p. 582
   Editors' Notes, p. 583-587
   Reviews of Books, p. 588
George R. BOYER; Timothy J. HATTON, New Estimates of British Unemployment, 1870-1913, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 62, 2002, p. 643-675
John SEDGWICK, Product Differentiation at the Movies: Hollywood, 1946 to 1965, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 62, 2002, p. 676-705
Cormac Ó GRÁDA; Jean-Michel CHEVET, Famine and Market in Ancien Régime France, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 62, 2002, p. 706-733
Werner TROESKEN, The Limits of Jim Crow: Race and the Provision of Water and Sewerage Services in American Cities, 1880-1925, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 62, 2002, p. 734-772
John E. MURRAY, Chinese-Filipino Wage Differentials in Early Twentieth-Century Manila, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 62, 2002, p. 773-791
Jeremy ATACK; Fred BATEMAN; Robert A. MARGO, Part-Year Operation in Nineteenth-Century American Manufacturing: Evidence from the 1870 and 1880 Censuses, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 62, 2002, p. 792-809
Håkan LINDGREN, The Modernization of Swedish Credit Markets, 1840-1905: Evidence from Probate Records, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 62, 2002, p. 810-832
Linda M. HOOKS; Kenneth J. ROBINSON, Deposit Insurance and Moral Hazard: Evidence from Texas Banking in the 1920s, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 62, 2002, p. 833-853
   Editors' Notes, p. 854-855
   Reviews of Books, p. 856
Alan L. OLMSTEAD; Paul W. RHODE, The Red Queen and the Hard Reds: Productivity Growth in American Wheat, 1800-1940, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 62, 2002, p. 929-966
Stephen BROADBERRY; Sayantan GHOSAL, From the Counting House to the Modern Office: Explaining Anglo-American Productivity Differences in Services, 1870-1990, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 62, 2002, p. 967-998
Karen CLAY; Werner TROESKEN, Strategic Behavior in Whiskey Distilling, 1887-1895, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 62, 2002, p. 999-1023
Mark POTTER; Jean-Laurent ROSENTHAL, The Development of Intermediation in French Credit Markets: Evidence from the Estates of Burgundy, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 62, 2002, p. 1024-1049
William J. HAUSMAN; John L. NEUFELD, The Market for Capital and the Origins of State Regulation of Electric Utilities in the United States, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 62, 2002, p. 1050-1073
W.G. HUFF, Boom-or-Bust Commodities and Industrialization in Pre-World War II Malaya, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 62, 2002, p. 1074-1115
Siddharth CHANDRA, The Role of Government Policy in Increasing Drug Use: Java, 1875-1914, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 62, 2002, p. 1116-1121
Eric W. van LUIJK; Jan C. van OURS, the Effects of Government Policy on Drug Use Reconsidered, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 62, 2002, p. 1122-1125
Richard J. SALVUCCI, Many Mexicos [Review Article], in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 62, 2002, p. 1126-1132
   Editors' Notes, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 62, 2002, p. 1133-1135
   Book Reviews, in: Journal of Economic History (JEcHist) 62, 2002, p. 1136-1179

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