The Economic History Working Paper Series was launched in 1992. Contributions to the series have been made by members of staff of the Economic History department, academic visitors, and research students. Subject matters have been wide ranging and diverse. We no longer produce printed versions, but some back copies are available on application to the department.
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Nº 218 The Global Impact of the Great Depression
Thilo Albers, Martin Uebele
Nº 217 Twentieth Century Enterprise Forms: Japan in Comparative Perspective
Leslie Hannah, Makoto Kasuya
Nº 216 An investigation of Early Modern Quakers’ Business Ethics
Nº 215 Geography and Assimilation: A case study of Irish immigrants in late nineteenth century America
Nº 214 Reconsidering the Rise of ‘Shareholder Value’ in the United States, 1960-2000
Blake Edward Taylor
Nº 213 Locating a Chronology for the Great Divergence: A Critical Survey of Published Data Deployed for the Measurement of Nominal Wages for Ming and Qing China
Patrick O’Brien, Kent Deng