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The GEHN Working Papers series includes presentations made to the Network's conferences on 5 major themes in the field, namely Markets, Imperialism, Cultures, Science and Technology, and Cotton Textiles as a Global Industry, as well as papers (marked *) that achieved the grade of Distinction as dissertations for the Department of Economic History Masters Programme in Global History at LSE. 

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2006

N°24| 

Colonialism, Globalization and the Economy of South-East India, c.1700-1900
David Washbrook

N°23|

The Spanish Empire and Its Legacy: Fiscal Re-distribution and Political Conflict in Colonial and Post-Colonial Spanish America
Regina Grafe & Maria Alejandra Irigoin

N°22|

East and West: Textiles and Fashion in Eurasia in the Early Modern Period
Beverly Lemire & Giorgio Riello

N°21*|

The Nature and Linkages of China's Tributary System under the Ming and Qing Dynasties
Giovanni Andornino

N°20*|

Melting Markets: The Rise and Decline of the Anglo-Norwegian Ice Trade, 1850-1920
Bodil Bjerkvik Blain

N°19|

Imperialism, Globalization, and the Soap/Suds Industry in Republican China (1912-37): The case of Unilever and the Chinese Consumer
Harriet T. Zurndorfer

N°18|

Shanghai-Based Industrialization in the Early 20th Century: A Quantitative and Institutional Analysis
Debin Ma

N°17|

Provincializing the First Industrial Revolution
Patrick O'Brien

2005

N°16|

Pre-Modern Economic Growth Revisited: Japan and The West
Osamu Saito

N°15|*

Divided Interests, Divided Migrants. The Rationales of Policies Regarding Labour Mobility in Western Europe, c.1550-1914
Anne Winter

N°14|*

In What Way, and to What Degree, Did the Mughal State Inhibit Smithian Growth in India in the Seventeenth Century?
Frank W. Ellis

N°13|*

Principle-Agent Problems in the French Slave Trade: The Case of Rochelais Armateurs and their Agents, 1763-1792
Albane Forestier

N°12|*

Wu-Wei in Europe. A Study of Eurasian Economic Thought
Christian Gerlach

N°11|*

'Trust in God - But Tie Your Camel First.'  The Economic Organization Of The Trans-Saharan Slave Trade Between The Fourteenth and Nineteenth Centuries
Sebastian Prange

N°10|

Colonial Independence and Economic Backwardness in Latin America
Leandro Prados de la Escosura

N°9|

States and Markets in Latin America: The Political Economy of Economic Intervention
Colin M. Lewis

2004

N°8|

Colonies in a Globalizing Economy 1815-1948
Patrick K. O'Brien

N°7|

Japanese Imperialism  in Global Resource History
Kaoru Sugihara

N°6|

Imperialism, Globalization and Public Finance: The case of Late Qing China
Harriet T. Zurndorfer

N°5|

The Role of the Chinese State in Long-Distance Commerce
R. Bin Wong

N°4|

The World Coffee Market in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries, from Colonial to National Regimes
Steven Topik

N°3|

Markets With, Without, and in Spite of States: West Africa in the Pre-colonial Nineteenth Century
Gareth Austin

N°2|

The State and The Industrious Revolution in Tokugawa Japan 
Kaoru Sugihara

N°1|

State Building and the Original Push for Institutional Change in China, 1840-1950 
Kent Deng

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