Economic History Review, 1468-0289

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  1. Adopting a new technology: potatoes and population growth in the periphery

    Thor Berger, 2019, I : Economic History Review. 72, 3, s. 869-896

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  2. An Investigation of the Male-Female Wage Gap in Industrial Revolution Britain

    Burnette, J., 1997, I : Economic History Review. 50, 2, s. 257-281 25 s.

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  3. A West African Experiment: Constructing a GDP Series for Colonial Ghana, 1891-1950

    Morten Jerven, 2014, I : Economic History Review. 67, 4, s. 964-992 29 s.

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  4. Between Malthus and the industrial take‐off: regional inequality in Sweden, 1571–1850

    Kerstin Enflo & Anna Missiaia, 2019 sep 20, I : Economic History Review. 24 s.

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  5. Cassandra Mark-Thiesen, Mediators, contract men, and colonial capital: mechanized gold mining in the Gold Coast colony, 1879-1909

    Kristin Ranestad, 2018, I : Economic History Review. 71, 4, s. 1435-1436 2 s.

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  6. Child Day-Labourers in Agriculture: Evidence from Farm Accounts, 1740-1850

    Burnette, J., 2012, I : Economic History Review. 65, 3, s. 1077-1099 23 s.

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  7. Coping with Regional Inequality in Sweden: Structural Change, Migrations and Policy, 1860-2000

    Kerstin Enflo & Rosés, J., 2015, I : Economic History Review. 68, 1, s. 191-217

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  8. Currency devaluations and beggar‐my‐neighbour penalties: evidence from the 1930s

    Thilo Albers, 2019, I : Economic History Review.

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  9. Elites and the expansion of education in nineteenth-century Sweden

    Jens Andersson & Thor Berger, 2019, I : Economic History Review. 72, 3, s. 897-924

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  10. Energy availability from livestock and agricultural productivity in Europe, 1815-1913: a new comparison

    Astrid Kander & Warde, P., 2011, I : Economic History Review. 64, 1, s. 1-29

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  11. How Skilled Were Agricultural Labourers in the Early Nineteenth Century?

    Burnette, J., 2006, I : Economic History Review. 59, 4, s. 688-716 29 s.

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  12. If the landlord so wanted… Family, farm production and land transfers in the manorial system

    Martin Dribe, Mats Olsson & Patrick Svensson, 2012, I : Economic History Review. 65, 2, s. 746-769

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  13. Is it simply getting worse? Agriculture and Swedish greenhouse gas emissions over 200 years

    Astrid Kander, 2008, I : Economic History Review. 61, 4, s. 773-797

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  14. Long-term trends in economic inequality: Lessons from colonial Botswana, 1921-74

    Bolt, J. & Ellen Hillbom, 2016 nov, I : Economic History Review. 69, 4, s. 1255–1284 30 s.

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  15. Manorial economy and corvee labour in southern Sweden 1650-1850

    Mats Olsson, 2006, I : Economic History Review. 59, 3, s. 481-497

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  16. Marriage seasonality and the industrious revolution: southern Sweden, 1690-1895

    Martin Dribe & van de Putte, B., 2012, I : Economic History Review. 65, 3, s. 1123-1146

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  17. Monetary Aggregates for Ireland, 1840-1921

    Seán Kenny & Jason Lennard, 2018, I : Economic History Review. 71, 4, s. 1249-1269

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  18. Ready to stop: Socioeconomic status and the fertility transition in Stockholm, 1878-1926

    Joseph Molitoris & Martin Dribe, 2016, I : Economic History Review. 69, 2, s. 679-704

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  19. Review of periodical literature on continental Europe from 1700 published in 2013

    Schneider, E., Morys, M., Lampe, M. & Kerstin Enflo, 2015, I : Economic History Review.

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  20. Spending, saving, or investing? Risk management in sixteenth-century Dutch households

    Jaco Zuijderduijn & De Moor, T., 2013 feb, I : Economic History Review. 66, 1, s. 38-56 19 s.

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  21. The agricultural revolution and the conditions of the rural poor, southern Sweden 1750–1860

    Martin Dribe, Mats Olsson & Patrick Svensson, 2017 maj, I : Economic History Review. 70, 2, s. 483-508 26 s.

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  22. The Danish Agricultural Revolution in an Energy Perspective: a case of development with few energy resources

    Sofia Henriques & Sharp, P., 2016 aug, I : Economic History Review. 69, 3, s. 844–869 26 s.

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  23. The political economy of Tanzania: decline and recovery

    Ellen Hillbom, 2015, I : Economic History Review. 68, 2, s. 763-764

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  24. The wages and employment of female day-labourers in English agriculture, 1740–1850

    Burnette, J., 2004, I : Economic History Review. 57, 4, s. 664-690 27 s.

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  25. Trends in morbidity: national statistics on sickness claims among the working population in Sweden, 1892–1954

    Helene Castenbrandt, 2018 feb 1, I : Economic History Review. 71, 1, s. 213-235 23 s.

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  26. Wealth inequality in Sweden 1750–1900

    Erik Bengtsson, Anna Missiaia, Mats Olsson & Patrick Svensson, 2018 aug, I : Economic History Review. 71, 3, s. 772-794

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  27. Writing history backwards or sideways: towards a consensus on African population, 1850–2010

    Frankema, E. & Morten Jerven, 2014, I : Economic History Review. 67, 4, s. 907-931 25 s.

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