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Incl. Fee Electronic Paper After Us, the Deluge: German Miners’ Experience with Pay‐As‐You‐Go Pensions and the Intergenerational Contract Before the Great Inflation
The Economic History Review, Vol. 69, Issue 3, pp. 972-998, 2016
Tobias A. Jopp
University of Regensburg
Date Posted: July 20, 2016
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper Can Public Policies Lower Religiosity? Evidence from School Choice in France, 1878–1902
The Economic History Review, Vol. 69, Issue 3, pp. 915-944, 2016
Raphael Franck and Noel D. Johnson
Bar-Ilan University - Department of Economics and George Mason University - Department of Economics
Date Posted: July 20, 2016
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper Response to ‘Duplications’ by Drelichman and Voth
The Economic History Review, Vol. 69, Issue 3, pp. 1007-1013, 2016
Carlos Álvarez‐Nogal and Christophe Chamley
Universidad Carlos III de Madrid and Boston University - Department of Economics
Date Posted: July 20, 2016
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Incl. Fee Electronic Paper The Decline of an Aristocratic Stud: The Stud of Edward Lord Harley, 2nd Earl of Oxford and Mortimer, at Welbeck (Nottinghamshire), 1717–29
The Economic History Review, Vol. 69, Issue 3, pp. 870-892, 2016
Peter Edwards
University of Roehampton
Date Posted: July 20, 2016
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper The Maintenance of Bastard Children in London, 1790–1834
The Economic History Review, Vol. 69, Issue 3, pp. 945-971, 2016
Samantha Williams
University of Cambridge - Cambridge Group for the History of Population and Social Structure, Department of Geography
Date Posted: July 20, 2016
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper Communal Property Rights and Land Redistributions in Late Tsarist Russia
The Economic History Review, Vol. 69, Issue 3, pp. 773-800, 2016
Steven Nafziger
Williams College
Date Posted: July 20, 2016
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper Decomposing Income Inequality in a Backward Pre‐Industrial Economy: Old Castile (Spain) in the Middle of the Eighteenth Century
The Economic History Review, Vol. 69, Issue 3, pp. 747-772, 2016
Esteban A. Nicolini and Fernando Ramos Palencia
Universidad Carlos III de Madrid and Universidad Pablo de Olavide
Date Posted: July 20, 2016
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper Duplication Without Constraints: Álvarez‐Nogal and Chamley's Analysis of Debt Policy Under Philip II
The Economic History Review, Vol. 69, Issue 3, pp. 999-1006, 2016
Mauricio Drelichman and Hans‐Joachim Voth
University of British Columbia (UBC) - Department of Economics and University of Zurich
Date Posted: July 20, 2016
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper Interlopers and Disorderly Brethren at the Stade Mart: Commercial Regulations and Practices Amongst the Merchant Adventurers of England in the Late Elizabethan Period
The Economic History Review, Vol. 69, Issue 3, pp. 823-843, 2016
Thomas Leng
University of Sheffield
Date Posted: July 20, 2016
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper Pestilence, Poverty, and Provision: Re‐Evaluating the Role of the Popolani in Early Modern Venice
The Economic History Review, Vol. 69, Issue 3, pp. 801-822, 2016
Ioanna Iordanou
Independent
Date Posted: July 20, 2016
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper South Africa in the Australian Mirror: Per Capita Real GDP in the Cape Colony, Natal, Victoria, and New South Wales, 1861–1909
The Economic History Review, Vol. 69, Issue 3, pp. 893-914, 2016
Gary Magee, Lorraine Greyling and Grietjie Verhoef
Monash University, University of Johannesburg and University of Johannesburg
Date Posted: July 20, 2016
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper The Danish Agricultural Revolution in an Energy Perspective: A Case of Development with Few Domestic Energy Sources
The Economic History Review, Vol. 69, Issue 3, pp. 844-869, 2016
Sofia Teives Henriques and Paul Richard Sharp
Lund University and University of Southern Denmark - Department of Business and Economics
Date Posted: July 20, 2016
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Incl. Fee Electronic Paper Economic Freedom in the Long Run: Evidence from OECD Countries (1850–2007)
The Economic History Review, Vol. 69, Issue 2, pp. 435-468, 2016
Leandro Prados de la Escosura
Universidad Carlos III de Madrid - Faculty of Social Sciences and Law
Date Posted: April 25, 2016
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Incl. Fee Electronic Paper Going Multilateral? Financial Markets' Access and the League of Nations Loans, 1923–8
The Economic History Review, Vol. 69, Issue 2, pp. 653-678, 2016
Juan H. Flores Zendejas and Yann Decorzant
Universidad Carlos III de Madrid and Centre Régional d’Etudes des Populations Alpines (CREPA)
Date Posted: April 25, 2016
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Incl. Fee Electronic Paper Laissez‐Faire, the Irish Famine, and British Financial Crisis
The Economic History Review, Vol. 69, Issue 2, pp. 411-434, 2016
Charles Read
University of Cambridge
Date Posted: April 25, 2016
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Incl. Fee Electronic Paper Location, Location, Location? Analysing Property Rents in Medieval Gloucester
The Economic History Review, Vol. 69, Issue 2, pp. 575-599, 2016
Catherine Casson and Mark Christopher Casson
University of Birmingham and University of Reading Business School - Department of Economics
Date Posted: April 25, 2016
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Incl. Fee Electronic Paper Occupational Structure in the Czech Lands Under the Second Serfdom
The Economic History Review, Vol. 69, Issue 2, pp. 493-521, 2016
Alexander Klein and Sheilagh Ogilvie
University of Kent, Canterbury and University of Cambridge - Faculty of Economics
Date Posted: April 25, 2016
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Incl. Fee Electronic Paper Ready to Stop: Socioeconomic Status and the Fertility Transition in Stockholm, 1878–1926
The Economic History Review, Vol. 69, Issue 2, pp. 679-704, 2016
Joseph Molitoris and Martin Dribe
Lund University and Lund University
Date Posted: April 25, 2016
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper Standards, Learning, and Growth in Britain, 1901–2009
The Economic History Review, Vol. 69, Issue 2, pp. 627-652, 2016
Christopher Spencer and Paul Temple
Loughborough University and University of Surrey
Date Posted: April 25, 2016
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Incl. Fee Electronic Paper The Last Visitation of the Plague in Sweden: The Case of Bräkne‐Hoby in 1710–11
The Economic History Review, Vol. 69, Issue 2, pp. 600-626, 2016
Roger Schofield
University of Cambridge
Date Posted: April 25, 2016
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Incl. Fee Electronic Paper The Mother of All Sudden Stops: Capital Flows and Reversals in Europe, 1919–32
The Economic History Review, Vol. 69, Issue 2, pp. 469-492, 2016
Olivier Accominotti and Barry Eichengreen
London School of Economics & Political Science (LSE) and University of California, Berkeley - Department of Economics
Date Posted: April 25, 2016
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper Wages, Prices, and Technology in Early Catalan Industrialization
The Economic History Review, Vol. 69, Issue 2, pp. 548-574, 2016
Julio Martínez-Galarraga and Marc Prat
University of Valencia and University of Barcelona - Faculty of Economic Science and Business Studies
Date Posted: April 25, 2016
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Incl. Fee Electronic Paper Wedding Trousseaus and Cloth Consumption in Catalonia Around 1300
The Economic History Review, Vol. 69, Issue 2, pp. 522-547, 2016
Lluís To Figueras
University of Girona
Date Posted: April 25, 2016
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper A Colonial Legacy of African Gender Inequality? Evidence from Christian Kampala, 1895–2011
The Economic History Review, Vol. 69, Issue 1, pp. 229-257, 2016
Felix Meier zu Selhausen and Jacob Louis Weisdorf
Utrecht University and University of Copenhagen - Department of Economics
Date Posted: January 19, 2016
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper Counter‐Intelligence in a Command Economy
The Economic History Review, Vol. 69, Issue 1, pp. 131-158, 2016
Mark Harrison and Inga Zaksauskienė
University of Warwick and Vilnius University
Date Posted: January 19, 2016
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper International Competition in the First Wave of Globalization: New Evidence on the Margins of Trade
The Economic History Review, Vol. 69, Issue 1, pp. 258-287, 2016
Concepción Betrán and Michael Huberman
University of Valencia and University of Montreal
Date Posted: January 19, 2016
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper Theft Under Stalin: A Property Rights Analysis
The Economic History Review, Vol. 69, Issue 1, pp. 288-313, 2016
Yoram Gorlizki
University of Manchester
Date Posted: January 19, 2016
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper Urban Inoculation and the Decline of Smallpox Mortality in Eighteenth‐Century Cities - A Reply to Razzell
The Economic History Review, Vol. 69, Issue 1, pp. 188-214, 2016
Romola Davenport, Jeremy Boulton and Leonard Schwarz
University of Cambridge, California Institute of Technology and University of Birmingham
Date Posted: January 19, 2016
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper What Happened to Regional Inequality in Britain in the Twentieth Century?
The Economic History Review, Vol. 69, Issue 1, pp. 215-228, 2016
Frank Geary and Tom Stark
Ulster University - School of Economics and Politics and affiliation not provided to SSRN
Date Posted: January 19, 2016
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper American Colonial Incomes, 1650–1774
The Economic History Review, Vol. 69, Issue 1, pp. 54-77, 2016
Peter H. Lindert and Jeffrey G. Williamson
University of California, Davis - Department of Economics and Harvard University - Department of Economics, Laird Bell Professor of Economics, Emeritus
Date Posted: January 19, 2016
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper Commerce, Clusters, and Community: A Re‐Evaluation of the Occupational Geography of London, C. 1400–C. 1550
The Economic History Review, Vol. 69, Issue 1, pp. 104-130, 2016
Justin Colson
University of Essex
Date Posted: January 19, 2016
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper Energy Consumption in England and Italy, 1560–1913. Two Pathways Toward Energy Transition
The Economic History Review, Vol. 69, Issue 1, pp. 78-103, 2016
Paolo Malanima
Magna Graecia University of Catanzaro
Date Posted: January 19, 2016
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper Health, Height, and the Household at the Turn of the Twentieth Century
The Economic History Review, Vol. 69, Issue 1, pp. 35-53, 2016
Roy E. Bailey, Timothy J. Hatton and Kris Inwood
University of Essex, University of Essex - Department of Economics and University of Guelph - Department of Economics
Date Posted: January 19, 2016
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper How Important Were Formalized Charity and Social Spending Before the Rise of the Welfare State? A Long‐Run Analysis of Selected Western European Cases, 1400–1850
The Economic History Review, Vol. 69, Issue 1, pp. 159-187, 2016
Bas J. P. van Bavel and Auke Rijpma
University of Utrecht and Utrecht University - Utrecht University School of Economics
Date Posted: January 19, 2016
Accepted Paper Series
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Incl. Fee Electronic Paper Living Standards and Plague in London, 1560–1665
The Economic History Review, Vol. 69, Issue 1, pp. 3-34, 2016
Neil Cummins, Morgan Kelly and Cormac O. Grada
London School of Economics & Political Science (LSE) - Department of Economic History, University College Dublin (UCD) - Department of Economics and University College Dublin (UCD) - Department of Economics
Date Posted: January 19, 2016
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper Big Push or Big Grab? Railways, Government Activism, and Export Growth in Latin America, 1865–1913
The Economic History Review, Vol. 68, Issue 4, pp. 1277-1305, 2015
Vincent Bignon, Rui Esteves and Alfonso Herranz‐Loncán
Banque de France (Pomone research unit), University of Oxford - Department of Economics and University of Barcelona
Date Posted: October 15, 2015
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Incl. Fee Electronic Paper Economic Restructuring and Demographic Growth: Demystifying Growth and Development in Northern Song China, 960–1127
The Economic History Review, Vol. 68, Issue 4, pp. 1107-1131, 2015
Kent Deng and Lucy Zheng
London School of Economics & Political Science (LSE) - Department of Economic History and University of Wolverhampton
Date Posted: October 15, 2015
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper Information Asymmetry and the Speed of Adjustment: Debasements in the Mid‐Sixteenth Century
The Economic History Review, Vol. 68, Issue 4, pp. 1203-1225, 2015
Ling‐Fan Li
National Tsing Hua University
Date Posted: October 15, 2015
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper Informational Efficiency in the Tokyo Stock Exchange, 1931–40
The Economic History Review, Vol. 68, Issue 4, pp. 1226-1249, 2015
Jean-Pascal Bassino and Thomas Lagoarde‐Segot
Ecole Normale Supérieure (ENS) de Lyon and KEDGE Business School
Date Posted: October 15, 2015
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper Just Add Milk: A Productivity Analysis of the Revolutionary Changes in Nineteenth‐Century Danish Dairying
The Economic History Review, Vol. 68, Issue 4, pp. 1132-1153, 2015
Markus Lampe and Paul Richard Sharp
Universidad Carlos III de Madrid and University of Southern Denmark - Department of Business and Economics
Date Posted: October 15, 2015
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper Market Forces Shaping Human Capital in Eighteenth‐Century London
The Economic History Review, Vol. 68, Issue 4, pp. 1177-1202, 2015
Moshe Justman and Karine van der Beek
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev - Department of Economics and Ben-Gurion University of the Negev - Department of Economics
Date Posted: October 15, 2015
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper Modern Secondary Education and Economic Performance: The Introduction of the Gewerbeschule and Realschule in Nineteenth‐Century Bavaria
The Economic History Review, Vol. 68, Issue 4, pp. 1306-1338, 2015
Alexandra Semrad
Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich
Date Posted: October 15, 2015
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper Strategic Colonies and Economic Development: Real Wages in Cyprus, Gibraltar, and Malta, 1836–1913
The Economic History Review, Vol. 68, Issue 4, pp. 1250-1276, 2015
Paul Caruana‐Galizia
London School of Economics & Political Science (LSE) - Department of Economic History
Date Posted: October 15, 2015
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper The Shift from Sterling to the Dollar, 1965–76: Evidence from Australia and New Zealand
The Economic History Review, Vol. 68, Issue 4, pp. 1154-1176, 2015
John Singleton and Catherine R. Schenk
Sheffield Hallam University and University of Glasgow - Economic and Social History
Date Posted: October 15, 2015
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Incl. Fee Electronic Paper Yankee Doodle Went to London: Anglo‐American Breweries and the London Securities Market, 1888–92
The Economic History Review, Vol. 68, Issue 4, pp. 1365-1387, 2015
Mary A. O’Sullivan
University of Geneva
Date Posted: October 15, 2015
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Incl. Fee Electronic Paper ‘Eating the Bread Out of Their Mouth’: Antwerp's Export Trade and Generalized Institutions, 1544–5
The Economic History Review, Vol. 68, Issue 4, pp. 1339-1364, 2015
Jeroen Puttevils
University of Antwerp
Date Posted: October 15, 2015
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Incl. Fee Electronic Paper An Irrevocable Shift: Detailing the Dynamics of Rural Poverty in Southern England, 1762–1834: A Case Study
The Economic History Review, Vol. 68, Issue 3, pp. 769-805, 2015
Henry French
University of Exeter
Date Posted: July 17, 2015
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Incl. Fee Electronic Paper Consumption Conundrums Unravelled
The Economic History Review, Vol. 68, Issue 3, pp. 830-857, 2015
Sara Horell, Jane Humphries and Ken Sneath
University of Cambridge - Faculty of Economics and Politics, University of Oxford - Department of Modern History and University of Cambridge
Date Posted: July 17, 2015
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper Copper Sheathing and the British Slave Trade
The Economic History Review, Vol. 68, Issue 3, pp. 806-829, 2015
Peter M. Solar and Klas Rönnbäck
Free University of Brussels (VUB) - Faculty of Economic, Social and Political Sciences and Göteborg University
Date Posted: July 17, 2015
Accepted Paper Series

Incl. Fee Electronic Paper Corporate Ownership and Control in Victorian Britain
The Economic History Review, Vol. 68, Issue 3, pp. 911-936, 2015
Graeme G. Acheson, Gareth Campbell, John D. Turner and Nadia Vanteeva
Queen's University Belfast, Queen's University Belfast, Queen's University Belfast and Queen's University Belfast
Date Posted: July 17, 2015
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