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Working papers in Large-Scale Technological Change

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2007

N°10|

Were British Railway Companies Well-Managed in the Early Twentieth Century?
NIcholas Crafts, Timothy Leunig, and Abay Mulatu

2005

N°9|

Time is Money: A Re-assessment of the Passenger Social Savings From Victorian British Railways
Timothy Leunig

N°8|

Efficiency among Private Railway Companies in a weakly Regulated System: The Case of Britain's Railways in 1893-1912
Abay Mulatu and Nicholas F.R. Crafts

N°7|

Total Factor Productivity Growth on Britain's Railways, 1852-1912: A Reappraisal of the Evidence
Nicholas F.R. Crafts, Terence C. Mills and Abay Mulatu

2004

N°6|

Social Savings as a Measure of the contribution of a new Technology to Economic Growth
Nicholas F. R. Crafts

N°5|

How did the Location of Industry Respond to Falling Transport Costs in Britain before World War 1?
Nicholas F. R. Crafts and Abay Mulatu

N°4|

Market Potential in British Regions, 1871-1931
Nicholas F. R. Crafts

N°3| 

Regional GDP in Britain, 1871-1911: Some Estimates
Nicholas F. R. Crafts

N°2|

Quantifying the Contribution of Technological Change to Economic Growth in Different Eras: A Review of the Evidence
Nicholas F. R. Crafts
(First published as 79/03 in the Department of Economic History Working Papers Series)

N°1|

Steam as a General Purpose Technology: A Growth Accounting Perspective
Nicholas F. R. Crafts
(First published as 75/03 in the Department of Economic History Working Papers series)

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