Social Science Research Network
QuickSearch SSRN eLibrary

Search Within Results




Feedback to SSRN

SSRN eLibrary Statistics:

Papers & Authors:
Abstracts: 598,958
Full Text Papers: 497,370
Authors: 277,335
Papers Received in
  Last 12 months:
62,788

Paper Downloads:
To date: 84,582,342
Last 12 months: 10,740,692
Last 30 days: 1,136,360

CiteReader:  What's this?
Papers with
  Resolved
  References:
283,437
Total References: 9,075,757
Papers with Cites: 246,820
Total Citation
  Links:
6,036,513
Papers with
  Resolved
  Footnotes:
94,530
Total Footnotes: 9,187,538


SSRN eLibrary Search Results
Wiley-Blackwell: Economic History Review
3,700 Total downloads | Link to this page | Subscribe to this eJournal (requires login)

Wiley-Blackwell Logo

Showing Papers 1 - 50 of 549
Sort By
1 2 3 4 ... 11 | Next >
   


Incl. Fee Electronic Paper Coping with Regional Inequality in Sweden: Structural Change, Migrations, and Policy, 1860–2000
The Economic History Review, Vol. 68, Issue 1, pp. 191-217, 2015
Kerstin Enflo and Joan Ramón Rosés
Lund University and London School of Economics & Political Science (LSE)
Date Posted: January 09, 2015
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper Did Muhammad Ali Foster Industrialization in Early Nineteenth‐Century Egypt?
The Economic History Review, Vol. 68, Issue 1, pp. 79-100, 2015
Laura Panza and Jeffrey G. Williamson
University of Melbourne and Harvard University - Department of Economics, Laird Bell Professor of Economics, Emeritus
Date Posted: January 09, 2015
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper Is There Anything Real About Real Wages? A History of the Official British Cost of Living Index, 1914–62
The Economic History Review, Vol. 68, Issue 1, pp. 145-166, 2015
Rebecca Searle
University of Sussex
Date Posted: January 09, 2015
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper Regional GDP in the UK, 1861–1911: New Estimates
The Economic History Review, Vol. 68, Issue 1, pp. 123-144, 2015
Frank Geary and Tom Stark
Ulster University - School of Economics and Politics and Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
Date Posted: January 09, 2015
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper Riding a Wave: The Company's Role in the South Sea Bubble
The Economic History Review, Vol. 68, Issue 1, pp. 264-285, 2015
Richard A. Kleer
University of Regina
Date Posted: January 09, 2015
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper The Compulsory Public Pension and the Demand for Life Insurance: The Case of Sweden, 1884–1914
The Economic History Review, Vol. 68, Issue 1, pp. 244-263, 2015
Lars‐Fredrik Andersson and Liselotte Eriksson
Umeå University and Umeå University
Date Posted: January 09, 2015
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper The High Wage Economy and the Industrial Revolution: A Restatement
The Economic History Review, Vol. 68, Issue 1, pp. 1-22, 2015
Robert C. Allen
University of Oxford
Date Posted: January 09, 2015
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper The Making of a Fiscal State in Song China, 960–1279
The Economic History Review, Vol. 68, Issue 1, pp. 48-78, 2015
William Guanglin Liu
Hong Kong University of Science & Technology
Date Posted: January 09, 2015
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper The Sixteenth‐Century Price Rise: New Evidence from Scotland, 1500–85
The Economic History Review, Vol. 68, Issue 1, pp. 167-190, 2015
Amy Blakeway
University of Cambridge
Date Posted: January 09, 2015
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper Unskilled Wage Gaps within the Japanese Empire
The Economic History Review, Vol. 68, Issue 1, pp. 23-47, 2015
Myung Soo Cha
Yeungnam University
Date Posted: January 09, 2015
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper Urban Working‐Class Food Consumption and Nutrition in Britain in 1904
The Economic History Review, Vol. 68, Issue 1, pp. 101-122, 2015
Ian Gazeley and Andrew Newell
University of Sussex and University of Sussex - School of Social Sciences & Cultural Studies
Date Posted: January 09, 2015
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper Why Didn't Canada Have a Banking Crisis in 2008 (or in 1930, or 1907, or …)?
The Economic History Review, Vol. 68, Issue 1, pp. 218-243, 2015
Michael D. Bordo , Hugh Rockoff and Angela Redish
Harvard University - Department of Economics , Newark College of Arts & Sciences - Department of Economics and University of British Columbia (UBC) - Department of Economics
Date Posted: January 09, 2015
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper A West African Experiment: Constructing a GDP Series for Colonial Ghana, 1891–1950
The Economic History Review, Vol. 67, Issue 4, pp. 964-992, 2014
Morten Jerven
Simon Fraser University (SFU) - School for International Studies
Date Posted: October 02, 2014
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper Climate, Conflicts, and Variations in Prices on Pre‐Colonial West African Markets for Staple Crops
The Economic History Review, Vol. 67, Issue 4, pp. 1065-1088, 2014
Klas Rönnbäck
Göteborg University
Date Posted: October 02, 2014
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper The Battle for Rubber in Benin
The Economic History Review, Vol. 67, Issue 4, pp. 1012-1034, 2014
James E. Fenske
University of Oxford - Department of Economics
Date Posted: October 02, 2014
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper The Rise and Fall of Sterling in Liberia, 1847–1943
The Economic History Review, Vol. 67, Issue 4, pp. 1089-1112, 2014
Leigh Gardner
London School of Economics & Political Science (LSE)
Date Posted: October 02, 2014
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper Vent for Surplus or Productivity Breakthrough? The Ghanaian Cocoa Take‐Off, C. 1890–1936
The Economic History Review, Vol. 67, Issue 4, pp. 1035-1064, 2014
Gareth Austin
Institut Universitaire de Hautes Etudes Internationales
Date Posted: October 02, 2014
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper Writing History Backwards or Sideways: Towards a Consensus on African Population, 1850–2010
The Economic History Review, Vol. 67, Issue 4, pp. 907-931, 2014
Ewout Frankema and Morten Jerven
Wageningen UR and Simon Fraser University (SFU) - School for International Studies
Date Posted: October 02, 2014
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper Settler Skills and Colonial Development: The Huguenot Wine‐Makers in Eighteenth‐Century Dutch South Africa
The Economic History Review, Vol. 67, Issue 4, pp. 932-963, 2014
Johan Fourie and Dieter von Fintel
Department of Economics, Stellenbosch University and Stellenbosch University
Date Posted: October 02, 2014
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper What Explains Slow Sub‐Saharan African Growth? Revisiting Oil Boom‐Era Investment and Productivity in Nigeria's National Accounts, 1976–85
The Economic History Review, Vol. 67, Issue 4, pp. 993-1011, 2014
Hanaan Marwah
affiliation not provided to SSRN
Date Posted: October 02, 2014
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper British Government and Popular Understanding of Inflation in the Mid‐1970s
The Economic History Review, Vol. 67, Issue 3, pp. 750-768, 2014
Jim Tomlinson
University of Dundee - Department of History
Date Posted: July 11, 2014
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper Estate Management and Institutional Constraints in Pre‐Industrial England: The Ecclesiastical Estates of Durham, C. 1400–1640
The Economic History Review, Vol. 67, Issue 3, pp. 699-719, 2014
A. C. Brown
Durham University
Date Posted: July 11, 2014
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper External Debt and Commitment Mechanisms: Danish Borrowing in Holland, 1763–1825
The Economic History Review, Vol. 67, Issue 3, pp. 652-677, 2014
Christiaan van Bochove
Department of History - Radboud University Nijmegen
Date Posted: July 11, 2014
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper Greasing the Wheels of Rural Transformation? Margarine and the Competition for the British Butter Market
The Economic History Review, Vol. 67, Issue 3, pp. 769-792, 2014
Markus Lampe and Paul Richard Sharp
Universidad Carlos III de Madrid and University of Southern Denmark - Department of Business and Economics
Date Posted: July 11, 2014
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper Prices and Real Wages in Seventeenth‐Century Madrid
The Economic History Review, Vol. 67, Issue 3, pp. 607-626, 2014
J. I. Andrés Ucendo and R. Lanza García
Universidad del País Vasco and Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Date Posted: July 11, 2014
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper Rothschilds' Strategies in International Non‐Ferrous Metals Markets, 1830–1940
The Economic History Review, Vol. 67, Issue 3, pp. 720-749, 2014
Miguel Á. López‐Morell and José María O'kean
University of Murcia and Universidad Pablo de Olavide
Date Posted: July 11, 2014
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper The Development of Stage Coaching and the Impact of Turnpike Roads, 1653–1840
The Economic History Review, Vol. 67, Issue 3, pp. 818-845, 2014
Dorian Gerhold
Independent
Date Posted: July 11, 2014
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper The Maddison Project: Collaborative Research on Historical National Accounts
The Economic History Review, Vol. 67, Issue 3, pp. 627-651, 2014
Jutta Bolt and Jan Luiten Van Zanden
University of Groningen and Utrecht University
Date Posted: July 11, 2014
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper Trademarks and British Dominance in Consumer Goods, 1876–1914
The Economic History Review, Vol. 67, Issue 3, pp. 793-817, 2014
Teresa da Silva Lopes and Paulo Guimaraes
University of York and American University of Sharjah
Date Posted: July 11, 2014
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper Trust, Religion, and Cooperation in Western Agriculture, 1880–1930
The Economic History Review, Vol. 67, Issue 3, pp. 678-698, 2014
Eva Fernández
Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
Date Posted: July 11, 2014
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper The Impact of Drought in Early Fourteenth‐Century England
The Economic History Review, Vol. 67, Issue 2, pp. 435-462, 2014
David Stone
affiliation not provided to SSRN
Date Posted: April 09, 2014
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper A Mirror of History: China's Bond Market, 1921–42
The Economic History Review, Vol. 67, Issue 2, pp. 409-434, 2014
Chun‐Yu Ho and Dan Li
Shanghai Jiao Tong University (SJTU) - Antai College of Economics and Management and School of Economics, Fudan University
Date Posted: April 09, 2014
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper Living Standards and Mortality Since the Middle Ages
The Economic History Review, Vol. 67, Issue 2, pp. 358-381, 2014
Morgan Kelly and Cormac O'Grada
University College Dublin (UCD) - Department of Economics and University College Dublin (UCD)
Date Posted: April 09, 2014
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper Mechanization and the Spatial Distribution of Industries in the German Empire, 1875 to 1907
The Economic History Review, Vol. 67, Issue 2, pp. 463-491, 2014
Theresa Gutberlet
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI)
Date Posted: April 09, 2014
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper Raiffeisenism Abroad: Why Did German Cooperative Banking Fail in Ireland But Prosper in the Netherlands?
The Economic History Review, Vol. 67, Issue 2, pp. 492-516, 2014
Christopher L. Colvin and Eoin McLaughlin
Queen's University Management School and University of Edinburgh
Date Posted: April 09, 2014
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper The Selection Bias in Court Records: Settlement and Trial in Eighteenth‐Century Ottoman Kastamonu
The Economic History Review, Vol. 67, Issue 2, pp. 517-534, 2014
Metin Cosgel and Boğaç A. Ergene
University of Connecticut and University of Vermont
Date Posted: April 09, 2014
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper ‘Such Unjustificable Practices’?: Irish Trade, Settlement, and Society in France, 1688–1715
The Economic History Review, Vol. 67, Issue 2, pp. 556-577, 2014
Siobhan Talbott
University of Manchester
Date Posted: April 09, 2014
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper A ‘Blank Cheque'? Portuguese Second World War Sterling Balances, 1940–73
The Economic History Review, Vol. 67, Issue 2, pp. 535-555, 2014
Marcelo de Paiva Abreu
Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro (PUC-Rio)
Date Posted: April 09, 2014
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper Poor Relief in Elizabethan English Communities: An Analysis of Collectors' Accounts
The Economic History Review, Vol. 67, Issue 2, pp. 331-357, 2014
Marjorie K. McIntosh
University of Colorado at Boulder
Date Posted: April 09, 2014
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper Yeast or Mushrooms? Productivity Patterns Across Swedish Manufacturing Industries, 1869–1912
The Economic History Review, Vol. 67, Issue 2, pp. 382-408, 2014
Svante Prado
Göteborg University
Date Posted: April 09, 2014
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper De‐Industrialization and Re‐Industrialization in the Middle East: Reflections on the Cotton Industry in Egypt and in the Izmir Region
The Economic History Review, Vol. 67, Issue 1, pp. 146-169, 2014
Laura Panza
University of Melbourne
Date Posted: January 16, 2014
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper Gender, Productivity, and the Nature of Work and Pay: Evidence from the Late Nineteenth‐Century Tobacco Industry
The Economic History Review, Vol. 67, Issue 1, pp. 48-65, 2014
Maria Stanfors , Timothy Leunig , Björn Eriksson and Tobias Karlsson
Lund University , London School of Economics & Political Science (LSE) - Department of Economic History , Lund University and Lund University
Date Posted: January 16, 2014
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper Taking Firms to the Stock Market: IPOs and the Importance of Large Banks in Imperial Germany, 1896–1913
The Economic History Review, Vol. 67, Issue 1, pp. 92-122, 2014
Sibylle Lehmann
Max Planck Society for the Advancement of the Sciences - Max Planck Institute for Research on Collective Goods
Date Posted: January 16, 2014
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper Wool and Cloth Production in Late Medieval and Early Tudor England
The Economic History Review, Vol. 67, Issue 1, pp. 25-47, 2014
John Oldland
Bishop's University
Date Posted: January 16, 2014
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper Debt Policy Under Constraints: Philip II, the Cortes, and Genoese Bankers
The Economic History Review, Vol. 67, Issue 1, pp. 192-213, 2014
Carlos Álvarez‐Nogal and Christophe Chamley
Universidad Carlos III de Madrid and Boston University - Department of Economics
Date Posted: January 16, 2014
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper Prices and Production: Agricultural Supply Response in Fourteenth‐Century England
The Economic History Review, Vol. 67, Issue 1, pp. 66-91, 2014
Eric B. Schneider
University of Oxford - Nuffield College
Date Posted: January 16, 2014
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper The Credit Relationship between Henry III and Merchants of Douai and Ypres, 1247–70
The Economic History Review, Vol. 67, Issue 1, pp. 123-145, 2014
Adrian R. Bell , Chris Brooks and Tony K. Moore
University of Reading - ICMA Centre , University of Reading - ICMA Centre and University of Reading - ICMA Centre
Date Posted: January 16, 2014
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper The Frequency of Wars: Reply to Gleditsch and Pickering
The Economic History Review, Vol. 67, Issue 1, pp. 231-239, 2014
Nikolaus Wolf and Mark Harrison
Humboldt University Berlin - Department of Economics and University of WarwickHoover Institution
Date Posted: January 16, 2014
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper Transatlantic Steerage Fares, British and Irish Migration, and Return Migration, 1815–60
The Economic History Review, Vol. 67, Issue 1, pp. 170-191, 2014
John Killick
University of Leeds
Date Posted: January 16, 2014
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper Wars are Becoming Less Frequent: A Response to Harrison and Wolf
The Economic History Review, Vol. 67, Issue 1, pp. 214-230, 2014
Kristian Skrede Gleditsch and Steve Pickering
University of Essex and University of Essex
Date Posted: January 16, 2014
Accepted Paper Series


 

1 2 3 4 ... 11 | Next >
   


 

© 2015 Social Science Electronic Publishing, Inc. All Rights Reserved.  FAQ   Terms of Use   Privacy Policy   Copyright   Contact Us
This page was processed by apollo7 in 0.562 seconds