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Economic History working papers 2007

  • N°106 Regional Income Dispersion and Market Potential in the Late Nineteenth Century Habsburg Empire
    Max-Stephan Schulze
  • N°105 The Jesuits as Knowledge Brokers Between Europe and China (1582-1773): Shaping European Views of the Middle Kingdom
    Ashley E. Millar
  • N°104 Structural Change and the Growth Contribution of Services: How Motion Pictures Industrialized US Spectator Entertainment
    Gerben Bakker
  • N°103 Is Social Capital Persistent? Comparative Measurement in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries
    Marta Felis Rota
  • N°102 The Evolution of Entertainment Consumption and the Emergence of Cinema, 1890-1940
    Forthcoming in Advances in Austrian Economics, vol. 10 (2007): 93-138
    Gerben Bakker
  • N°101 Was Dick Whittington Taller than those he Left Behind? Anthropometric Measures, Migration and the Quality of Life in Early Nineteenth Century London
    Jane Humphries and Tim Leunig
  • N°100 Origins of Catch-up Failure: Comparative Productivity Growth in the Hapsburg Empire, 1870-1910
    Max-Stephan Schulze
  • N°99 The Triumph and Denouement of the British Fiscal State: Taxation For the Wars against Revolutionary and Napoleonic France, 1793-1815
    Patrick Karl O'Brien
  • N°98 Universal Banking Failure? An Analysis of the Contrasting Responses of the Amsterdamsche Bank and the Rotterdamsche Bankvereeniging to the Dutch Financial Crisis of the 1920s
    Christopher Louis Colvin
  • N°97 An Historical Analysis of the Expansion of Compulsory Schooling in Europe after the Second World War
    Martina Viarengo
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