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  • N°53 The Myth of Meritocracy: An Inquiry into the Social Origins of Britain's Business Leaders Since 1850 Tom Nicholas
  • N°52 Income Distribution and Convergence: the European Experience, 1870-1992 Philip Epstein, Peter Howlett, Max-Stephan Schulze
  • N°51 The Rise and Decline of Italian City-States S. R. Epstein
  • N°50 Industrial Growth Revisited: Manufacturing Output in Greece during the Interwar Period Olga Christodoulaki
  • N°49 Nutrition and Economic Destitution in Northern Ghana, 1930-1957. A Historical Perspective on Nutritional Economics Jérôme Destombes
  • N°48 Quantitative Economic History Nicholas F. R. Crafts
  • N°47 The Impact of American Aid in the Spanish Economy in the 1950s Oscar Calvo-Gonzalez

1998

  • N°46 The Late Medieval Crisis as an 'Integration' Crisis S R Epstein
  • N°45 In Search of the 'traditional' Working Class: Social Mobility and Occupational Continuity in Inter-war London Dudley Baines, Paul Johnson
  • N°44 Industrial Growth in the Third World, c.1870-c.1990: Depressions, Intra-Regional Trade and Ethnic Networks Edited by Gareth Austin
  • N°43 Clogs to Clogs in Three Generations? Explaining Entrepreneurial Performance in Britain Since 1850 Tom Nicholas
  • N°42 Productivity of Growth during the First Industrial Revolution: Inferences from the Pattern of British External Trade C Knick Harley, N F R Crafts
  • N°41 Finance Capital in the Weimar Republic: Does Evidence on Supervisory Board Representation Support Hilferding's View of the Role of Large Banks in German Capitalism? Jeroen F De Boer
  • N°40 American Business Cycles since World War II: Historical Behaviour and Statistical Representation Philip Epstein
  • N°39 The Abolition of Resale Price Maintenance in Britain in 1964: a turning point for British Manufacturers? Helen Mercer

1997

  • N°38 'Pawns will live when slaves is apt to dye': Slaving and Pawnship at Old Calabar in the era of the Slave Trade Paul E Lovejoy, David Richardson
  • N°37 The Labour Force Participation and Economic Well-Being of Older Men in London, 1929-31 Dudley Baines, Paul Johnson
  • N°36 Re-Estimating Austrian GDP, 1870-1913: Methods and Sources Max-Stephan Schulze
  • N°35 Were British "Business Cycles" Cyclical? Evidence from Historical Statistics, 1700-1913 Philip Epstein

1996

  • N°34 The Character of "Rational Economic Man" Mary S Morgan
  • N°33 The Human Development Index: Some Historical Comparisons N F R Crafts
  • N°32 Population Growth and the Dynamics of Canadian Development: A Multivariate Time Series Approach Alan G Green, Gordon R Sparks
  • N°31 Creditors, Debtors and the Law in Victorian and Edwardian England Paul Johnson
  • N°30 Transplanting Economic Ideas: International Coercion and Native Policy Ioanna Pepelasis Minoglu

1995

  • N°29 The 'Quality of Life': Lessons For and From the British Industrial Revolution N F R Crafts
  • N°28 Craft Guilds, Apprenticeship and Technological Change in Pre-Modern Europe S R Epstein
  • N°27 The Principal-Agent Question: The Chartered Trading Companies S P Ville, S R H Jones
  • N°26 British Business in Argentina Colin M Lewis
  • N°25 How Important was Tariff Protection for Spanish Farming Prior to 1936? James Simpson

1994

  • N°24 Late Economic Development in a Regional Context Domingos Giroletti, Max-Stephan Schulze, Carles Sudri
  • N°23 Bygone Charity ö Myths and Realities Robert Humphreys
  • N°22 Freedom and Growth. The European Miracle? S R Epstein
  • N°21 Economic Distress and Unemployment in Australia since 1850 Paul Johnson
  • N°20 Tenancy and Agricultural Techniques: Evidence from the 1882 Commission David Coombs
  • N°19 Short-termism is Trial: An Empirical Approach Breht Feigh
  • N°18 British Imperialism in Microcosm: The Annexation of the Cocos (Keeling) Islands Margaret Ackrill
  • N°17 "Blind Alley" Employment and the Role of Adolescent Labour Force Experience in Skill Development in Late 19th and Early 20th Century England David Mitch
  • N°16 Learning by Doing Among Victorian Farmworkers: A Case Study in the Biological and Cognitive Foundations of Skill Acquisition David Mitch

1993

  • N°15 Essex Men Vindicated: Output, Incomes and Investment in Agriculture, 1850-73 E H Hunt and S J Pam
  • N°14 Scientific Charity in Victorian London. Claims and Achievements of the Charity Organisation Society, 1869-1890 Robert Humphreys
  • N°13 Political Primacy in Economic Laws: A Comparison of British and American Anti-dumping Legislation, 1921 Peter M. Richards
  • N°12 The Performance of Public Enterprises in South Africa, Zambia and Zimbabwe During the Last Two Decades David Ferreira

1992

  • N°11 Regional Fairs, Institutional Innovation and Economic Growth in Late Medieval Britain S.R. Epstein 
  • N°10 Much Ado About Little Robert Humphreys
  • N°9 Human Capital and Payment Systems in Britain, 1833-1914 Dudley Baines, Peter Howlett, Paul Johnson
  • N°8 The Instituto Nacional de Prevision Social and Social Insurance Reform in Argentina, 1944 to 1953 Peter Lloyd-Sherlock
  • N°7 Class Law in Victorian Britain Paul Johnson
  • N°6 Scale Bias & State Building: an Historical Perspective on Government Intervention, Political Systems & Economic Performance in Tropical Africa Gareth Austin
  • N°5 European Emigration 1815-1930. Looking at the Emigration Decision Again Dudley Baines
  • N°4 Textile Factories, Tuberculosis and the Quality of Life in Industrializing Japan Janet Hunter
  • N°3 Social Risk and Social Welfare in Britain, 1870-1939 Paul Johnson
  • N°2 New Light Through Old Windows: A New Perspective on the British Economy in the Second World War Peter Howlett
  • N°1 Competing Notions of "Competition" in Late-Nineteenth Century American Economics Mary S Morgan

1998

  • N°46 The Late Medieval Crisis as an 'Integration' Crisis S R Epstein
  • N°45 In Search of the 'traditional' Working Class: Social Mobility and Occupational Continuity in Inter-war London Dudley Baines, Paul Johnson
  • N°44 Industrial Growth in the Third World, c.1870-c.1990: Depressions, Intra-Regional Trade and Ethnic Networks Edited by Gareth Austin
  • N°43 Clogs to Clogs in Three Generations? Explaining Entrepreneurial Performance in Britain Since 1850 Tom Nicholas
  • N°42 Productivity of Growth during the First Industrial Revolution: Inferences from the Pattern of British External Trade C Knick Harley, N F R Crafts
  • N°41 Finance Capital in the Weimar Republic: Does Evidence on Supervisory Board Representation Support Hilferding's View of the Role of Large Banks in German Capitalism? Jeroen F De Boer
  • N°40 American Business Cycles since World War II: Historical Behaviour and Statistical Representation Philip Epstein
  • N°39 The Abolition of Resale Price Maintenance in Britain in 1964: a turning point for British Manufacturers? Helen Mercer

1997

  • N°38 'Pawns will live when slaves is apt to dye': Slaving and Pawnship at Old Calabar in the era of the Slave Trade Paul E Lovejoy, David Richardson
  • N°37 The Labour Force Participation and Economic Well-Being of Older Men in London, 1929-31 Dudley Baines, Paul Johnson
  • N°36 Re-Estimating Austrian GDP, 1870-1913: Methods and Sources Max-Stephan Schulze
  • N°35 Were British "Business Cycles" Cyclical? Evidence from Historical Statistics, 1700-1913 Philip Epstein

1996

  • N°34 The Character of "Rational Economic Man" Mary S Morgan
  • N°33 The Human Development Index: Some Historical Comparisons N F R Crafts
  • N°32 Population Growth and the Dynamics of Canadian Development: A Multivariate Time Series Approach Alan G Green, Gordon R Sparks
  • N°31 Creditors, Debtors and the Law in Victorian and Edwardian England Paul Johnson
  • N°30 Transplanting Economic Ideas: International Coercion and Native Policy Ioanna Pepelasis Minoglu

1995

  • N°29 The 'Quality of Life': Lessons For and From the British Industrial Revolution N F R Crafts
  • N°28 Craft Guilds, Apprenticeship and Technological Change in Pre-Modern Europe S R Epstein
  • N°27 The Principal-Agent Question: The Chartered Trading Companies S P Ville, S R H Jones
  • N°26 British Business in Argentina Colin M Lewis
  • N°25 How Important was Tariff Protection for Spanish Farming Prior to 1936? James Simpson

1994

  • N°24 Late Economic Development in a Regional Context Domingos Giroletti, Max-Stephan Schulze, Carles Sudri
  • N°23 Bygone Charity ö Myths and Realities Robert Humphreys
  • N°22 Freedom and Growth. The European Miracle? S R Epstein
  • N°21 Economic Distress and Unemployment in Australia since 1850 Paul Johnson
  • N°20 Tenancy and Agricultural Techniques: Evidence from the 1882 Commission David Coombs
  • N°19 Short-termism is Trial: An Empirical Approach Breht Feigh
  • N°18 British Imperialism in Microcosm: The Annexation of the Cocos (Keeling) Islands Margaret Ackrill
  • N°17 "Blind Alley" Employment and the Role of Adolescent Labour Force Experience in Skill Development in Late 19th and Early 20th Century England David Mitch
  • N°16 Learning by Doing Among Victorian Farmworkers: A Case Study in the Biological and Cognitive Foundations of Skill Acquisition David Mitch

1993

  • N°15 Essex Men Vindicated: Output, Incomes and Investment in Agriculture, 1850-73 E H Hunt and S J Pam
  • N°14 Scientific Charity in Victorian London. Claims and Achievements of the Charity Organisation Society, 1869-1890 Robert Humphreys
  • N°13 Political Primacy in Economic Laws: A Comparison of British and American Anti-dumping Legislation, 1921 Peter M. Richards
  • N°12 The Performance of Public Enterprises in South Africa, Zambia and Zimbabwe During the Last Two Decades David Ferreira

1992

  • N°11 Regional Fairs, Institutional Innovation and Economic Growth in Late Medieval Britain S.R. Epstein 
  • N°10 Much Ado About Little Robert Humphreys
  • N°9 Human Capital and Payment Systems in Britain, 1833-1914 Dudley Baines, Peter Howlett, Paul Johnson
  • N°8 The Instituto Nacional de Prevision Social and Social Insurance Reform in Argentina, 1944 to 1953 Peter Lloyd-Sherlock
  • N°7 Class Law in Victorian Britain Paul Johnson
  • N°6 Scale Bias & State Building: an Historical Perspective on Government Intervention, Political Systems & Economic Performance in Tropical Africa Gareth Austin
  • N°5 European Emigration 1815-1930. Looking at the Emigration Decision Again Dudley Baines
  • N°4 Textile Factories, Tuberculosis and the Quality of Life in Industrializing Japan Janet Hunter
  • N°3 Social Risk and Social Welfare in Britain, 1870-1939 Paul Johnson
  • N°2 New Light Through Old Windows: A New Perspective on the British Economy in the Second World War Peter Howlett
  • N°1 Competing Notions of "Competition" in Late-Nineteenth Century American Economics Mary S Morgan
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