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The Roots of Development: A Special Collection of Content for the World Economic History Congress 2012

The Roots of Development: A Special Collection of Content for the World Economic History Congress 2012


The Roots of Development:

A Special Collection of Content for the World Economic History Congress 2012

 The Australian Economic History Review The Economic History Review

The Australian Economic History Review and The Economic History Review are pleased to present a collection of free articles based on the theme of the World Economic History Congress 2012 - the roots of development:

Contract enforcement, institutions, and social capital: the Maghribi traders reappraised
JEREMY EDWARDS and SHEILAGH OGILVIE
Volume 65, Issue 2, May 2012, Economic History Review

The Maghribi traders: a reappraisal?
AVNER GREIF
Volume 65, Issue 2, May 2012, Economic History Review

Land abundance and economic institutions: Egba land and slavery, 1830–1914
JAMES FENSKE
Volume 65, Issue 2, May 2012, Economic History Review

The colonial roots of land inequality: geography, factor endowments, or institutions?
EWOUT FRANKEMA
Volume 63, Issue 2, May 2010, Economic History Review

Wages, prices, and living standards in China, 1738–1925: in comparison with Europe, Japan, and India
ROBERT C. ALLEN, JEAN-PASCAL BASSINO, DEBIN MA, CHRISTINE MOLL-MURATA and JAN LUITEN VAN ZANDEN
Volume 64, Supplement 1, February 2011, Economic History Review

Sojourners or a New Diaspora? Economic Implications of the Movement of Chinese Miners to the South-West Pacific Goldfields
Keir Reeves
Volume 50, Issue 2, July 2010, Australian Economic History Review

An Industrious Revolution in an East Asian Market Economy? Tokugawa Japan and Implications for The Great Divergence
Osamu Saito
Volume 50, Issue 3, November 2010, Australian Economic History Review

Foreign Trade, Commercial Policies and the Political Economy of the Song and Ming Dynasties of China
Keir Reeves
Volume 48, Issue 1, March 2008, Australian Economic History Review

Trade-Offs and Rip-Offs: Imitation-Led Industrialisation and the Evolution of Trademark Law in Hong Kong
David Clayton
Volume 51, Issue 2, July 2011, Australian Economic History Review

Making Sense of the ‘Business Group’ in Modern China: The Rong Brothers' Businesses, 1901–37
Kai Yiu Chan
Volume 51, Issue 3, November 2011, Australian Economic History Review

Lancashire, India, and shifting competitive advantage in cotton textiles, 1700–1850: the neglected role of factor prices
STEPHEN BROADBERRY and BISHNUPRIYA GUPTA,
Volume 62, Issue 2, May 2009, Economic History Review

Girl power: the European marriage pattern and labour markets in the North Sea region in the late medieval and early modern period
TINE DE MOOR and JAN LUITEN VAN ZANDEN
Volume 63, Issue 1, February 2010, Economic History Review

Why the industrial revolution was British: commerce, induced invention, and the scientific revolution
R. C. ALLEN
Volume 64, Issue 2, May 2011, Economic History Review

Information about the Journals:

To browse sample copies of the journals and pick up information about the EHSANZ and the EHS, visit the WEHC 2012 Exhibition Hall.

 The Australian Economic History Review

The Australian Economic History Review

Published on behalf of the Economic History Society of Australia and New Zealand (EHSANZ)
Edited By: Stephen Morgan, John Singleton, Martin Shanahan and Lionel Frost

Impact Factor: 0.323
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2011: 19/31 (History of Social Sciences); 256/320 (Economics) Online ISSN: 1467-8446 

 The Economic History Review

The Economic History Review

Published on behalf of the Economic History Society (EHS)
Edited By: Professor S.N. Broadberry and Professor P.R. Schofield

Impact Factor: 0.781
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2011: 5/31 (History of Social Sciences); 158/320 (Economics) Online ISSN: 1468-0289