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Research in Economic History Vol: 25

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06 Dec 2007
Emerald Group Publishing Limited
362 pages - 152 x 229 x 30mm
Research in Economic History


The volume includes six papers in quantitative economic history. Peter Mancall, Josh Rosenbloom, and Tom Weiss consider growth in colonial North America, while Gary Richardson examines the role of bank failures in propagating the Great Depression. John Komlos examines the heights of rich and poor youth in England in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth century. Klas Fregert and Roger Gustafson provide a synoptic view of public finances in Sweden from the eighteenth through the twentieth century. Drew Keeling studies the economics of the steamship industry that facilitated migration between Europe and the United States between 1900 and 1914. Finally, Gregg Huff and Giovanni Caggiano examine the integration of labor markets in Southeast Asia in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century. It includes original articles written by experts on the subjects and articles supported by quantitative data.
Exports and the economy of the Lower South region, 1720–1770. Quarterly data on the categories and causes of bank distress during the Great Depression, 1929–1933. On English Pygmies and giants: the physical stature of English youth in the late 18th and early 19th centuries. Fiscal statistics for Sweden 1719–2003. Transport Capacity Management and Transatlantic Migration, 1900–1914. Globalization and labor market integration in late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century Asia. List of Contributors. Editor's introduction.

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