Working papers 2016

  • Nº 254 Japanese Colonialism in Comparative Perspective 
    Anne Booth, Kent Deng  
  • Nº 253 Price shocks in disaster: the Great Kantō Earthquake in Japan,1923
    Janet Hunter, Kota Ogasawara
  • Nº 252 Failure Or Flexibility? Exits From Apprenticeship Training In Pre-Modern Europe     
    Ruben Schalk (corresponding author), Patrick Wallis, Clare Crowston, Claire Lemercier
  • Nº 251 The role of Demesnes in the Trade of Agricultural Horses i Late Medieval England
    Jordan Claridge
  • Nº 250 Multiple Core Regions: Regional Inequality in Switzerland,1860 to 2008
    Christian Stohr  
  • Nº 249  Knowledge, Human Capital and Economic Development: Evidence from the British Industrial Revolution, 1750-1930
    B. Zorina Khan
  • Nº 248  Prestige and Profit: The Royal Society of Arts and Incentives for Innovation and Enterprise, 1750-1850
    B. Zorina Khan
  • Nº 247 Designing Women: Consumer Goods Innovations in Britain, France and the United States, 1750-1900
    B. Zorina Khan
  • Nº 246 Monetary Versus Macroprudential Policies: Causal Impacts Of Interest Rates And Credit Controls  In The Era Of The UK Radcliffe Report
    Daniel Aikman, Oliver Bush, Alan M. Taylor
  • Nº 245 Trading gains:  New Estimates of Swiss GDP,  1851 to 2008
    Christian Stohr
  • Nº 244 A Rational Path towards A Pareto Optimum for Reforms of Large State-owned Enterprise in China, Past, Present and Future
    Xiaojie Liu, Jim Huangnan Shen, Kent Deng
  • Nº 243 Were Indian famines ‘natural’ or ‘manmade’?
    Tirthankar Roy
  • Nº 242  Medieval Market Making; Brokerage Regulations in Central Western Europe, ca. 1250-1700
    Lars Boerner
  • Nº 241 Medieval Matching Markets
    Lars Boerner, Daniel Quint
  • Nº 240 Puncturing the Malthus Delusion: Structural change in the British economy before the industrial revolution, 1500-1800
    Patrick Wallis, Justin Colson, David Chilosi
  • Nº 239 The revealed comparative advantages of late-Victorian Britain
    Brian Varian
  • Nº 238 The effects of market integration: trade and welfare during the first globalization, 1815-1913
    David Chilosi, Giovanni Federico
  • Nº 237 The 1920 Japanese Income Tax Reform: Government, Business and Democratic Constraints
    Shunsuke Nakaoka,  Kokushikan University
  • Nº 236  Benefits of Empire? Capital Market Integration North and South of the Alps, 1350-1800
    David Chilosi, Max-Stephan Schulze, Oliver Volckart
  • Nº 235 The Rise of a Financial Revolution in Republican China in 1900-1937: an Institutional Narrative
    Debin Ma
  • Nº 234 To Get the Prices Right for Food: A “Gerschenkron State” versus the Market in Reforming China, 1979–2006
    Jane Du, Kent Deng
  • Nº 233 The Heights of French-Canadian, Irish, Scottish and English Populations in Quebec, 1813 to 1847
    Alex Arsenault Morin, Vincent Geloso, Vadim Kufenko
  • Nº 232 How bad were British prison hulks in the Napoleonic wars? Evidence from captured Danish and Norwegian seamen
    Tim Leunig, Jelle van Lottum, Bo Poulsen
  • Nº 231 Real contracts and mistaken wages: The organisation of work and pay in London building trades, 1650 -1800
    Judy Stephenson 
  • Nº 230 Transfer of Economic Power in Corporate Calcutta 1950-1970
    Tirthankar Roy
  • Nº 229 China’s GDP Per Capita from the Han Dynasty to Communist Times 
    Kent Deng, Patrick O'Brien