The Journal of Economic History

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a. XXX, 1970, 4

Arthur H. Cole, The Committee on Research in Economic History: An Historical Sketch, p. 723
Frank J. Coppa, The Italian Tariff and the Conflict Between Agriculture and Industry: The Commercial Policy of Liberal Italy, 1860-1922, p. 742
Roger W. Weiss, The Issue of Paper Money in the American Colonies, 1720-1774, p. 770
Jay R. Mandle, Population and Economic Change: The Emergence of the Rice Industry in Guyana, 1895-1915, p. 785
Richard C. Edwards, Economic Sophistication in Nineteenth Century Congressional Tariff Debates, p. 802

NOTES
Stanley Lebergott, Migration in the U. S., 1800-1960: Some New Estimates, p. 839
Dean A. Dudley, Bank Born of Revelation: The Kirtland Safety Society Anti-Banking Company, p. 848
Terence R. Gourvish, A Note on Bread Prices in London and Glasgow, 1788-1815, p. 854
Robert Evans Jr., Some Notes on Coerced Labor, p. 861

Editor's Notes, p. 867
Reviews of Books, p. 868


a. XXX, 1970, 3

Donald R. Adams Jr., Some Evidence on English and American Wage Rates, 1790-1830, p. 499
Paul A. David, Learning by Doing and Tariff Protection: A Reconsideration of the Case of the Ante-Bellum United States Cotton Textile Industry, p. 521
Lloyd J. Mercer, Rates of Return for Land-Grant Railroads: The Central Pacific System, p. 602
Lynn Muchmore, The Banking Crisis of 1933: Some Iowa Evidence, p. 627
Fritz Redlich, Arthur Spiethoff on Economic Styles, p. 640

NOTES
Lars G. Sandberg, Monetary Policy and Politics in Mid-Eighteenth-Century Sweden: A Comment, p. 653
Robert a. Eagly, Monetary Policy and Politics in Mid-Eighteenth-Century Sweden: A Reply, p. 655
Albert W. Niemi Jr., The Development of Industrial Structure in Southern New England, p. 657

Editor's Notes, p. 663
Reviews of Books, p. 664


a. XXX, 1970, 2

Carter Goodrich, Internal Improvements Reconsidered, p. 289
Paul J. Uselding, Henry Burden and the Question of Anglo-American Technological Transfer in the Nineteenth Century, p. 312
Albert Feuerwerker, Handicraft and Manufactured Cotton Textiles in China, 1871-1910, p. 338
Albert A. Blum, J. Douglas Smyth, Who Should Serve: Pre-World War II Planning for Selective Service, p. 379
Craufurd D. Goodwin, British Economists and Australian Gold, p. 405

NOTES
Robert E. Ankli, Canadian-American Reciprocity: A Comment, p. 427
Lawrence H. Officer, Lawrence B. Smith, Canadian-American Reciprocity: A Reply, p. 432
Gary M. Walton, Productivity Change in Ocean Shipping After 1870: A Comment, p. 435
Theodore Morgan, The Decline of Rural Industry Under Export and Economic Forms in Pre-Colonial Ghana: Comments, p. 442

Editor's Notes, p. 446
Reviews of Books, p. 448


a. XXX, 1970, 1
THE TASKS OF ECONOMIC HISTORY

Published in Memory of Edwin F. Gay

THE ORGANIZATIONAL FORMS OF ECONOMIC LIFE AND THEIR EVOLUTION
Papers Presented at the Twenty-Ninth Annual Meeting of the Economic History
Edited by William Parker

Introductory Note, p. 1
Shepard B. Clough, A Half-Century in Economic History: Autobiographical Reflections, p. 4
Evsey D. Domar, The Causes of Slavery or Serfdom: A Hypothesis, p. 18
Stephen H. Hymer, Economic Forms in Pre-Colonial Ghana, p. 33
Stephen A. Resnick, The Decline of Rural Industry Under Export Expansion: A Comparison among Burma, Philippines, and Thailand, 1870-1938, p. 51
R. Stephen Warner, The Role of Religious Ideas and the Use of Models in Max Weber's Comparative Studies of Non-Capitalist Societies, p. 74
Joyce F. Riegelhaupt, Shepard Forman, Bodo Was Never Brazilian: Economic Integration and Rural Development among a Contemporary Peasantry, p. 100
Abraham Rotstein, Karl Polanyi's Concept of Non-Market Trade, p. 117
Matthew Edel, Discussion, p. 127
Lance Davis, Douglass North, Institutional Change and American Economic Growth: A First Step Towards a Theory of Institutional Innovation, p. 131
W. W. Rostow, The Past Quarter-Century as Economic History and the Tasks of International Economic Organization, p. 150
David Felix, Discussion, p. 188
Alfred D. Chandler Jr., Louis Galambos, The Development of Large-Scale Economic Organizations in Modem America, p. 201
Harry Magdoff, Discussion, p. 218
Everett E. Hagen, The Internal Functioning of Capitalist Organizations, p. 222
Thomas C. Cochran, Discussion, p. 237

DOCTORAL CANDIDATES
Summaries of Doctoral Dissertations by: Reinhold C. Mueller, John J. McCusker, John D. Post, Terry Mark Aldrich, Louis Cain, Charles K Harley, Thorvald Moe, Warren Sanderson, Richard D. Wolff, Thomas Rider, p. 240
Harold F. Williamson, J. R. T. Hughes, Discussion, 282

Editor's Notes, p. 288


a. XXIX, 1969, 4

Allen C. Kelley, Demographic Cycles and Economic Growth: The Long Swing Reconsidered, p. 663
Richard Sylla, Federal Policy, Banking Market Structure, and Capital Mobilization in the United States, 1863-1913, p. 657
Thomas C. Smith, Farm Family By-employments in Preindustrial Japan, p. 687
Donald B. Keesing, Structural Change Early in Development: Mexico's Changing Industrial and Occupational Structure from 1895 to 1950, p. 716
Robert a. Eagly, Monetary Policy and Politics in Mid-Eighteenth-Century Sweden, p. 739
Warren F. Kimball, "Beggar My Neighbor ": America and the British Interim Finance Crisis, 1940-1941, p. 758

Reviews of Books, p. 773
Book Notes, p. 824


a. XXIX, 1969, 3

David J. Loschky, Donald F. Krier, Income and Family Size in Three Eighteenth-century Lancashire Parishes: A Reconstitution Study, p. 429
Steven L. Barsby, Economic Backwardness and the Characteristics of Development, p. 449
Nathaniel H. Leff, Long-term Brazilian Economic Development, p. 473

NOTES
Harold C. Livesay, Patrick G. Porter, Vertical Integration in American Manufacturing, 1899-1948, p. 494
Gerald Gunderson, Issues in the Measurement of Efficiency of American Dairy Farming, 1850-1910: A Comment, p. 501
Fred Bateman, Issues in the Measurement of Efficiency of American Dairy Farming, 1850-1910: A Reply, p. 506
Jan Warren Duggar, Ronald F. Rost, National Bank Note Redemption and Treasury Cash, p. 512
Barry W. Poulson, Estimates of the Value of Manufacturing Output in the Early Nineteenth Century, p. 521

Editor's Notes, p. 542
Reviews of Books, p. 543
Book Notes, p. 624


a. XXIX, 1969, 2

R. Burr Litchfield, Demographic Characteristics of Florentine Patrician Families, Sixteenth to Nineteenth Centuries, p. 191
Fred Bateman, Labor Inputs and Productivity in American Dairy Agriculture, 1850-1910, p. 206
James F. Shepherd, Gary M. Walton, Estimates of "Invisible "Earnings in the Balance of Payments of the British North American Colonies, 1768-1772, p. 230

NOTES
Herbert Heaton, Thomas Southcliffe Ashton, 1889-1968: A Memoir, p. 264
David Klingaman, The Significance of Grain in the Development of the Tobacco Colonies, p. 268
Lee C. Soltow, Evidence on Income Inequality in the United States, 1866-1965, p. 279
Martin L. Primack, Farm Fencing in the Nineteenth Century, p. 287
James Stephen Taylor, The Mythology of the Old Poor Law, p. 292

REVIEW ARTICLE
Richard Tilly, Soll und Haben: Recent German Economic History and the Problem of Economic Development, p. 298

Reviews of Books, p. 320
Book Notes, p. 415


a. XXIX, 1969, 1
THE TASKS OF ECONOMIC HISTORY

Published in Memory of Edwin F. Gay

CAPITALISM AND THE EXTENT OF ITS EARLY DEVELOPMENT OUTSIDE EUROPE
Selection from Papers Presented at the Fourth Congress of the International Economic History Association
Edited by Frederic C. Lane

Introductory Note, p. 1
Frederic C. Lane, Meanings of Capitalism, p. 5
Jean-Francois Bergier, Arthur H. Cole, Sigismund P. Pach, Comments, p. 5
Richard M. Hartwell, Economic Growth in England Before the Industrial Revolution: Some Methodological Issues, p. 13
Irfan Habib, Potentialities of Capitalistic Development in the Economy of Mughal India, p. 32
Subhi Y. Labib, Capitalism in Medieval Islam, p. 79
Halil Inalcik, Capital Formation in the Ottoman Empire, p. 97
Yasukazu Takenaka, Endogenous Formation and Development of Capitalism in Japan, p. 141

DOCTORAL CANDIDATES
Summaries of Doctoral Dissertations by: Gabriel Tortella, Lewis C. Solmon, Donald McCloskey, Stefano Fenoaltea, Richard Roehl, p. 163
Lance Davis, Discussion, p. 183

Editor's Notes, p. 189


a. XXVIII, 1968, 4

Armand O. Citarella, Patterns in Medieval Trade: The Commerce of Amalfi Before the Crusades, p. 531
Arthur H. Cole, Economic History in the United States: Formative Years of a Discipline, p. 556
Frederic C. Lane, Pepper Prices Before Da Gama, p. 590
Lawrence H. Officer, Lawrence B. Smith, The Canadian-American Reciprocity Treaty of 1855 to 1866, p. 598

NOTES
Lars G. Sandberg, The Draper Loom in New England Textiles: A Comment, p. 624
Irwin Feller, The Draper Loom in New England Textiles: A Reply, p. 628
Thomas Weiss, United States Transport Advance and Externalities: A Comment, p. 631
Stanley Lebergott, United States Transport Advance and Externalities: A Reply, p. 635

Editor's Notes, p. 636
Reviews of Books, p. 637
Book Notes, p. 756


a. XXVIII, 1968, 3

Samuel Pao-San Ho, Agricultural Transformation Under Colonialism: The Case of Taiwan, p. 313
Louis Galambos, The Agrarian Image of the Large Corporation, 1879-1920: A Study in Social Accommodation, p. 341
Gary M. Walton, New Evidence on Colonial Commerce, p. 363
Ramon Knauerhase, The Compound Steam Engine and Productivity Changes in the German Merchant Marine Fleet, 1871-1887, p. 390
Donald R. Adams Jr., Wage Rates in the Early National Period: Philadelphia, 1785-1830, p. 404

NOTES
Roger L. Ransom, British Policy and Colonial Growth: Some Implications of the Burden from the Navigation Acts, p. 427
Robert Paul Thomas, British Imperial Policy and the Economic Interpretation of the American Revolution, p. 436

Editor's Notes, p. 441
Reviews of Books, p. 442
Book Notes, p. 523


a. XXVIII, 1968, 2

Joseph J. Spengler, Right To Work: A Backward Glance, p. 171
Scott M. Eddie, Agricultural Production and Output per Worker in Hungary, 1870-1913, p. 197
R. A. Church, The Effect of the American Export Invasion on the British Boot and Shoe Industry, 1885-1914, p. 223
Fred Bateman, Improvement in American Dairy Farming, 1850-1910: A Quantitative Analysis, p. 255
Noel G. Butlin, A New Plea for the Separation of Ireland, p. 274

Editor's Notes, p. 292
Reviews of Books, p. 293


a. XXVIII, 1968, 1

Lars G. Sandberg, Movements in the Quality of British Cotton Textile Exports, 1815-1913, p. 1
Thomas D. Willett, International Specie Flows and American Monetary Stability, 1834-1860, p. 28
David R. Ringrose, Transportation and Economic Stagnation in Eighteenth-Century Castile, p. 51
Nachum T. Gross, An Estimate of Industrial Product in Austria in 1841, p. 80
Peter D. McClelland, Railroads, American Growth, and the New Economic History: A Critique, p. 102

NOTES
Peter Temin, Labor Scarcity and the Problem of American Industrial Efficiency in the 1850's: A Reply, p. 124
Robert William Fogel, The Specification Problem in Economic History: A Correction, p. 126

Editor's Notes, p. 127
Reviews of Books, p. 128


a. 1967, HANDBOOK OF THE ECONOMIC HISTORY ASSOCIATION

Published For The Economic History Association, By The Graduate School Of Business Administration Of New York University

BY-LAWS OF THE ECONOMIC HISTORY ASSOCIATION, p. 3
GEOGRAPHICAL LISTING OF MEMBERS, p. 6
BIOGRAPHICAL LISTING OF MEMBERS, p. 18
NEW MEMBERS AND ADDRESS CHANGES, p. 69
FIELDS OF SPECIALIZATION, p. 74
Economic Historians, p. 7
Economic Historians (Economists), p. 75
Economic Historians (Historians), p. 78
Economists, p. 79
Historians, p. 82
United States, p. 83
European Economic History, p. 88
Great Britain, p. 89
Canada, p. 90
France, p. 91
Italy, p. 91
Germany, p. 91
Russia, p. 91
Spain, p. 92
Scandinavia, p. 92
Latin America, p. 92
Near East, p. 92
Far East, p. 93
Africa, p. 93
Australia, p. 93
Ancient History, p. 93
Medieval and Renaissance, p. 93
Colonial Economic History, p. 94
Urban History, p. 94
Labor History, p. 95
Agricultural History, p. 95
Financial and Business History, p. 96
Transportation, p. 98
History of Economic Thought, p. 98
Immigration and Demography, p. 99
International Economics and Trade, p. 99
Government-Economic Relations, p. 99
Comparative Systems, p. 99
Technology, p. 99
Sociology & Humanities, p. 100
Geography, p. 100
Finance, Management, Marketing, Political Science, Statistics, p. 100
MEMBERSHIP BY ACADEMIC AFFILIATION, p. 101
NUMBER OF LAST DEGREES GRANTED BY INSTITUTIONS, p. 105


a. XXVII, 1967, 4
THE TASKS OF ECONOMIC HISTORY

Published in Memory of Edwin F. Gay

OBSTACLES TO ECONOMIC GROWTH
Papers Presented at the Twenty-Seventh Annual Meeting of the Economic History Association

Alexander Gerschenkron, President's Address: The Discipline and I, p. 443
Arcadius Kahan, Government Policies and the Industrialization of Russia, p. 460
Dwight H. Perkins, Government as an Obstacle to Industrialization: The Case of Nineteenth-Century China, p. 478
Herman Freudenberger, State Intervention as an Obstacle to Economic Growth in the Habsburg Monarchy, p. 493
Henry W. Broude, Discussion, p. 510
Kozo Yamamura, Discussion, p. 512
Hugh G. J. Aitken, Discussion, p. 515
Alfred H. Conrad, Douglas Dowd, Stanley Engerman, Eli Ginzberg, Charles Kelso, John R. Meyer, Harry Scheiber, Richard Sutch, Slavery as an Obstacle to Economic Growth in the United States: A Panel Discussion, p. 518
Sigmund Diamond, Values as an Obstacle to Economic Growth: The American Colonies, p. 561
M. M. Postan, Investment in Medieval Agriculture, p. 576
Morris David Morris, Values as an Obstacle to Economic Growth in South Asia: An Historical Survey, p. 588

DOCTORAL CANDIDATES
Summaries of Doctoral Dissertations by:Donald R. Adams Jr., James D. Foust, Ramon Knauerhase, Barbara Lewis Solow, Richard Sylla, Thomas Weiss, p. 608
Dudley Dillard, Discussion, p. 629


a. XXVII, 1967, 3

Robert William Fogel, The Specification Problem in Economic History, p. 283
George Rogers Taylor, American Urban Growth Preceding the Railway Age, p. 309
Hermann Kellenbenz, The Impact of Growth on Government: The Exam pie of Spain, p. 340
Jon S. Cohen, Financing Industrialization in Italy, 1894-1914: The Partial Transformation of a Late-Comer, p. 363

NOTES
Ian M. Drummond, Labor Scarcity and the Problem of American Industrial Efficiency in the 1850's: A Comment, p. 383
Richard Tilly, Public Finance and the Industrialization of Prussia, 1815-1866: A Correction, p. 391
Gary M. Walton, Colonial Tonnage Measurements: A Comment, p. 392

Reviews of Books, p. 398


a. XXVII, 1967, 2

Paul A. David, The Growth of Real Product in the United States Before 1840: New Evidence, Controlled Conjectures, p. 151
Kozo Yamamura, The Role of the Samurai in the Development of Modem Banking in Japan, p. 198

NOTES
Nathan Rosenberg, Anglo-American Wage Differences in the 1820's, p. 221
Robert W. Harbeson, Railroads and Regulation, 1877-1916: Conspiracy or Public Interest?, p. 230
John H. Lorant, Technological Change in American Manufacturing During the 1920's, p. 243

Editor's Notes, p. 247
Reviews of Books, p. 248


a. XXVII, 1967, 1

Harold G. Vatter, Has Theme Been a Twentieth-Century Consumer Durables Revolution?, p. 1
Maurice Wilkinson, Evidences of Long Swings in the Growth of Swedish Population and Related Economic Variables, 1860-1965, p. 17
Rudolph C. Blitz, Mercantilist Policies and the Pattern of World Trade, 1500-1750, p. 39
John K. Chang, Industrial Development of Mainland China, 1912-1949, p. 56

NOTES
John J. McCusker, Colonial Tonnage Measurement: Five Philadelphia Merchant Ships as a Sample, p. 82
J. R. T. Hughes, Bank of England Reserve Policy, p. 92

Editor's Notes, p. 94
Reviews of Books, p. 95


a. XXVI, 1966, 4
THE TASKS OF ECONOMIC HISTORY

Published in Memory of Edwin F. Gay

INTERRELATIONS BETWEEN GOVERNMENT ACTIVITIES AND ECONOMIC GROWTH
Papers Presented at the Twenty-Sixth Annual Meeting of the Economic History Association

Harold F. Williamson, President's Address: Business History and Economic History, p. 407
Albert Fishlow, Levels of Nineteenth-Century American Investment in Education, p. 418
Stanley Lebergott, United States Transport Advance and Externalities, p. 437
Harry Scheiber, Discussion, p. 462
Martin Wolfe, French Views on Wealth and Taxes from the Middle Ages to the Old Regime, p. 466
Richard Tilly, The Political Economy of Public Finance and the Industrialization of Prussia, 1815-1866, p. 484
T. K. Shoyama, Public Services and Regional Development in Canada, p. 498
Lance E. Davis, John Legler, The Government in the American Economy, 1815-1902: A Quantitative Study, p. 514
Duncan McDougall, Discussion, p. 553
Gaston a. Rimlinger, Welfare Policy and Economic Development: A Comparative Historical Perspective, p. 556
Gordon C. Bjork, Discussion, p. 572

DOCTORAL CANDIDATES
Summaries of Doctoral Dissertations by: Jon S. Cohen, George D. Green, John P. McKay, R. Marvin McInnis, Robert F. Neill, William D. Walsh, Gary M. Walton, p. 577
William Parker, Discussion, p. 599

Editors' Notes, p. 606


a. XXVI, 1966, 3

Peter Temin, Labor Scarcity and the Problem of American Industrial Efficiency in the 1850's, p. 277
R. H. Green, S. H. Hymer, Cocoa in the Gold Coast: A Study in the Relations between African Farmers and Agricultural Experts, p. 299
Irwin Feller, The Draper Loom in New England Textiles, 1894-1914: A Study of Diffusion of an Innovation, p. 320
Martin L. Primack, Farm Capital Formation as a Use of Farm Labor in the United States, 1850-1910, p. 348
Vincent Ponko Jr., Economic Management in a Free-Trade Empire: The Work of the Crown Agents for the Colonies in the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries, p. 363

Reviews of Books, p. 378


a. XXVI, 1966, 2

Robert F. Severson Jr., James E. Niss, Richard D. Winkelman, Mortgage Borrowing as a Frontier Developed, p. 147
John Joseph Murphy, Entrepreneurship in the Establishment of the American Clock Industry, p. 169
Peter Temin, Steam and Waterpower in the Early Nineteenth Century, p. 187
Paul B. Trescott, Federal Government Receipts and Expenditures, 1861-1875, p. 206
Elmus R. Wicker, A Reconsideration of Federal Reserve Policy during the 1920-1921 Depression, p. 223

NOTE
Colin Forster, Perspective on Recent Japanese Economic Growth, p. 239

Reviews of Books, p. 244


a. XXVI, 1966, 1

Robert P. Swierenga, Land Speculator "Profits "Reconsidered: Central Iowa as a Test Case, p. 1
Robert Hartwell, Markets, Technology, and the Structure of Enterprise in the Development of the Eleventh-Century Chinese Iron and Steel Industry, p. 29
Arlon Tussing, The Labor Force in Meiji Economic Growth: A Quantitative Study of Yamanashi Prefecture, p. 59

NOTE
M. a. Flinn, Agricultural Productivity and Economic Growth in England, 1700-1760: A Comment, p. 93

REVIEW ARTICLES
William Parker, Old Wine in New Bottles: A Review of the Cambridge Economic History, Volume VI, p. 99
Marc Nerlove, Railroads and American Economic Growth, p. 107

Editors' Notes, p. 116
Reviews of Books, p. 117


a. XXV, 1965, 4
THE TASKS OF AMERICAN HISTORY

Published in Memory of Edwin F. Gay

ORIGINS OF MODERN ECONOMIC LIFE: COMPARATIVE ILLUSTRATIONS
Papers Presented at the Twenty-Fifth Annual Meeting of the Economic History Association

Herbert Heaton, Twenty-Five Years of the Economic History Association: A Reflective Evaluation, p. 465
Fritz Redlich, "New "and Traditional Approaches to Economic History and Their Interdependence, p. 480
Edward Ames, The Sterling Crisis of 1337-1339, p. 496
Herbert J. Ellison, Economic Modernization in Imperial Russia: Purposes and Achievements, p. 523
Mataji Miyamoto, Yotaro Sakudo, Yasukichi Yasuba, Economic Development in Preindustrial Japan, 1859-1894, p. 541
Carter Goodrich, Discussion, p. 565
George Dalton, History, Politics, and Economic Development in Liberia, p. 569
Jeffrey G. Williamson, Antebellum Urbanization in the American Northeast, p. 592
Ralph E. Beals, Discussion, p. 609
Eric E. Lampard, Discussion, p. 612
Robert Paul Thomas, A Quantitative Approach to the Study of the Effects of British Imperial Policy upon Colonial Welfare: Some Preliminary Findings, p. 615
Aubrey C. Land, Economic Base and Social Structure: The Northern Chesapeake in the Eighteenth Century, p. 639
Jacob M. Price, Discussion, p. 655
Arthur Schweitzer, Economic Systems and Economic History, p. 660

DOCTORAL CANDIDATES
Summaries of Doctoral Dissertations by: Robert Brooke Zevin, David Mishkin, p. D. McClelland, James Shepherd, John A. Tomaske, Carlos Manuel Pelaez, Heywood Fleisig, p. 680
Hugh G. J. Aitken, Discussion, p. 707

Editors' Notes, p. 713


a. XXV, 1965, 3

Allen C. Kelley, International Migration and Economic Growth, Australia: 1865-1935, p. 333
Lance E. Davis, The Investment Market, 1870-1914: The Evolution of a National Market, p. 355
J. Van Fenstermaker, The Statistics of American Commercial Banking, 1782-1818, p. 400

NOTES
Richard H. Timberlake Jr., The Specie Circular and Sales of Public Lands: A Comment, p. 414
Forest G. Hill, Recent Membership Trends of the Economic History Association, p. 417

Editors' Note, p. 418
Reviews of Books, p. 419


a. XXV, 1965, 2

Hugh T. Patrick, External Equilibrium and Internal Convertibility: Financial Policy in Meiji Japan, p. 187
H. M. Gitelman, The Labor Force at Waltham Watch during the Civil War Era, p. 214
Wong Lin Ken, The Economic History of Malaysia: A Bibliographic Essay, p. 244

NOTE
Karel Denis Bicha, The Plains Farmer and the Prairie Province Frontier, 1897-1914, p. 263

REVIEW ARTICLE
Henry Rosovsky, The Take-off into Sustained Controversy, p. 271

Editors' Note, p. 276
Reviews of Books, p. 277


a. XXV, 1965, 1

E. L. Jones, Agriculture and Economic Growth in England, 1660-1750: Agricultural Change, p. 1
A. H. John, Agricultural Productivity and Economic Growth in England, 1700-1760, p. 19
Dauril Alden, The Growth and Decline of Indigo Production in Colonial Brazil: A Study in Comparative Economic History, p. 35
Arcadius Kahan, Continuity in Economic Activity and Policy during the Post-Petrine Period in Russia, p. 61
Harry Scheiber, State Policy and the Public Domain: The Ohio Canal Lands, p. 86

NOTE
Martin L. Primack, Farm Construction as a Use of Farm Labor in the United States, 1850-1910, p. 114

Editors' Note, p. 126
Reviews of Books, p. 128


a. XXIV, 1964, 4
THE TASKS OF AMERICAN HISTORY

Published in Memory of Edwin F. Gay

THE INFLUENCE OF CHANGES IN THE SIZE AND STRUCTURE OF MARKETS ON ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
Papers Presented at the Twenty-Fourth Annual Meeting of the Economic History Association

PRESIDENT'S ADDRESS
George Rogers Taylor, American Economic Growth before 1840: An Exploratory Essay, p. 427

MEDIEVAL HISTORY
Robert S. Lopez, Market Expansion: The Case of Genoa, p. 445
Frederic C. Lane, Discussion, p. 465
Harry A. Miskimin, Monetary Movements and Market Structure: Forces for Contraction in Fourteenth- and Fifteenth-Century England, p. 470
Ronald D. Ware, Discussion, p. 491

THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY
Jacob M. Price, The Economic Growth of the Chesapeake and the European Market, 1697-1775, p. 496
Mancur Olson Jr., Discussion, p. 512
Herbert Kisch, Growth Deterrents of a Medieval Heritage: The Aachen-area Woolen Trades before 1790, p. 517
Klaus H. Wolff, Discussion, p. 538

THE AGE OF REVOLUTION
Gordon C. Bjork, The Weaning of the American Economy: Independence, Market Changes, and Economic Development, p. 541
Albert Fishlow, Discussion, p. 561
Francois Crouzet, Wars, Blockade, and Economic Change in Europe, 1792-1815, p. 567
Richard Tilly, Discussion, p. 589

INTO THE TWENTIETH CENTURY
Matthew Simon, David E. Novack, Some Dimensions of the American Commercial Invasion of Europe, 1871 -1914: An Introductory Essay, p. 591
Morton Rothstein, Discussion, p. 606
Richard Cooper, Growth and Trade: Some Hypotheses about Long-term Trends, p. 609
Jeffrey Williamson, Discussion, p. 629

Editors' Notes, p. 634


a. XXIV, 1964, 3

Sidney Pollard, Fixed Capital in the Industrial Revolution in Britain, p. 299
E. E. Mitchell, The Coming of the Railway and United Kingdom Economic Growth, p. 315
J. Clayburn La Force, Spanish Royal Textile Factories, 1700-1800, p. 337

REVIEW ARTICLE
Robert Clower, Monetary History and Positive Economics, p. 364

NOTE
Arthur H. Cole, Ruth Crandall, International Scientific Committee on Price History, p. 381

Reviews of Books, p. 389


a. XXIV, 1964, 2

E. A. J. Johnson, The Place of Learning, Science, Vocational Training, and "Art "in Pre-Smithian Economic Thought, p. 129
Dorothy Brady, Relative Prices in the Nineteenth Century, p. 145
György Ránki, Problems of the Development of Hungarian Industry, p. 204
Mark Blaug, The Poor Law Report Reexamined, p. 229

Editors' Notes, p. 246
Reviews of Books, p. 247


a. XXIV, 1964, 1

J. C. Russell, A Quantitative Approach to Medieval Population Change, p. 1
Paul W. Gates, Charts of Public Land Sales and Entries, p. 22
Richard H. Timberlake Jr., Ideological Factors in Specie Resumption and Treasury Policy, p. 29

REVIEW ARTICLES
Alexander Gerschenkron, "Lord and Peasant in Russia from the Ninth to the Nineteenth Century ", p. 53
J. R. T. Hughes, Measuring British Economic Growth, p. 60

Editors' Note, p. 83
Reviews of Books, p. 84


a. XXIII, 1963, 4
THE TASKS OF ECONOMIC HISTORY

Published in memory of Edwin F. Gay
(The papers contained in this issue were delivered at the annual meeting of the Economic History Association in Washington D. C., September 5 and 6, 1963. Those marked with an asterisk (*) were delivered at the joint meeting of the Economic History Association and the Conference on Research in Income and Wealth of the National Bureau of Economic Research. Three other papers given at the joint morning session will be published in the volume of Conference papers in the Series, Studies in Income and Wealth. These were by Albert Fishlow, on railroads, and by Duncan McDougall and Ross M. Robertson, on machine tools)

BANQUET ADDRESS
Wolfgang F. Stolper, Economic Development in Nigeria, p. 391

ASPECTS OF AMERICAN INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT
Nathan Rosenberg, Technological Change in the Machine Tool Industry, 1840-1910, p. 414 (*)
Paul Strassmann, Discussion, p. 444
Peter Temin, The Composition of Iron and Steel Products, 1869-1909, p. 447 (*)
Eugene Smolensky, Discussion, p. 472
Paul H. Cootner, The Role of the Railroads in United States Economic Growth, p. 477
Matthew Simon, Harry Scheiber, Discussion, p. 522

RAPID ECONOMIC GROWTH AS A DESTABILIZING FORCE
Mancur Olson Jr., Rapid Economic Growth as a Destabilizing Force, p. 529
Carter Goodrich, Discussion, p. 553

ISSUES IN THE ECONOMIC HISTORY OF LATIN AMERICA
Robert J. Alexander, Nature and Progress of Agrarian Reform in Latin America, p. 559
Robert Freeman Smith, The Formation and Development of the International Bankers Committee on Mexico, p. 574
R. Carlyle Beyer, Discussion, p. 587

PROBLEMS IN THE ECONOMIC HISTORY OF ASIA (PANEL DISCUSSION)
Chi-Ming Hou, Some Reflections on the Economic History of Modern China (1840-1949), p. 595
Morris D. Morris, Towards a Reinterpretation of Nineteenth-Century Indian Economic History, p. 606
E. S. Crawcour, Problems of Japanese Economic History, p. 619

Editors' Note, p. 629


a. XXIII, 1963, 3

Chi-Ming Hou, Economic Dualism: The Case of China, 1840-1937, p. 277
Walter B. Smith, Wage Rates on the Erie Canal, 1828-1881, p. 298

REVIEWS ARTICLE
Frederic C. Lane, Recent Studies on the Economic History of Venice, p. 312

NOTE
Hugh G. J. Aitken, The Association's Membership: Growth and Distribution, p. 335

Editors' Notes, p. 342
Reviews of Books, p. 343


a. XXIII, 1963, 2

Mark Blaug, The Myth of the Old Poor Law and the Making of the New, p. 151
Robert E. Gallman, A Note on the Patent Office Crop Estimates, 1841-1848, p. 185
Harry Scheiber, The Pet Banks in Jacksonian Politics and Finance, 1833-1841, p. 196

REVIEW ARTICLES
Frederic C. Lane, The Cambridge Economic History: The Medieval Period, p. 215
David S. Landes, A Chapter in the Financial Revolution of the Nineteenth Century: The Rise of French Deposit Banking, p. 224

Editors' Notes, p. 232
Reviews of Books, p. 234


a. XXIII, 1963, 1

Allan G. Bogue, Farming in the Prairie Peninsula, 1830-1890, p. 3
Karl Polanyi, Paris of Trade in Early Societies, p. 30
George a. Taylor, Some Business Partnerships at Lyon, 1785-1793, p. 46
Marjorie Boyer, Travel Allowances in Fourteenth-Century France, p. 71

Editors' Notes, p. 86
Reviews of Books, p. 88


a. XXII, 1962, 4
THE TASKS OF ECONOMIC HISTORY

Published in memory of Edwin F. Gay
(The papers contained in this issue were delivered at the annual meeting of the Economic History Association in Washington, D. C., September 7-8, 1962)

PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS
E. A. J. Johnson, Federalism, Pluralism, and Public Policy, p. 427

LAND POLICY AFTER THE HOMESTEAD ACT
Theodore Saloutos, Land Policy and its Relation to Agricultural Production and Distribution, 1862 to 1933, p. 445
Folke Dovring, European Reactions to the Homestead Act, p. 461
Paul W. Gates, Morton Rothstein, John T. Schlebecker, Discussion, p. 473

FARM CAPITAL FORMATION AND RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT
Martin L. Primack, Land Clearing under Nineteenth-Century Techniques, p. 484
Howard R. Lamar, Land Policy in the Spanish Southwest, 1846-1891: A Study in Contrasts, p. 498
Robert E. Gallman, Harold H. Dunham, Discussion, p. 516

AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION
Mary Jean Bowman, The Land-Grant Colleges and Universities in Human Resource Development, p. 523
Harold R. W. Benjamin, Agricultural Education in Different Stages of National Development, p. 547
Roy a. Scott, Helen A. Miller, Discussion, p. 555

TECHNOLOGY AND SCIENCE IN AGRICULTURE
Irwin Feller, Inventive Activity in Agriculture, 1837-1890, p. 560
Wayne D. Rasmussen, The Impact of Technological Change on American Agriculture, 1862-1962, p. 578
Clarence H. Danhof, H. C. Knoblauch, Discussion, p. 592

Editors' Notes, p. 600


a. XXII, 1962, 3

J. D. Gould, Agricultural Fluctuations and the English Economy in the Eighteenth Century, p. 313
David E. Novack, Richard Perlman, The Structure of Wages in the American Iron and Steel Industry, 1860-1890, p. 334
Ruth Pike, The Genoese in Seville and the Opening of the New World, p. 348

REVIEW ARTICLE
Judith G. Thornton, The Index Number Problem in the Measurement of Soviet National Income, p. 379

Editors' Notes, p. 390
Book Reviews, p. 391


a. XXII, 1962, 2

Robert W. Fogel, A Quantitative Approach to the Study of Railroads in American Economic Growth: A Report of Some Preliminary Findings, p. 163
H. J. Habakkuk, Fluctuations in House-Building in Britain and the United States in the Nineteenth Century, p. 198
Warren C. Scoville, The French Economy in 1700-1701: An Appraisal by the Deputies of Trade, p. 231

REVIEW ARTICLE
Robert S. Smith, Seville and the Atlantic: Cycles in Spanish Colonial Trade, p. 253

Book Reviews, p. 260


a. XXII, 1962, 1

Schmookler, Economic Sources of Inventive Activity, p. 1
Williamson, The Long Swing: Comparisons and Interactions Between British and American Balance of Payments, 1820-1913, p. 21
Miller, Components of Labor Force Growth, p. 47
Lambi, The Protectionist Interests of the German Iron and Steel Industry, 1873-1879, p. 59

REVIEW ARTICLE
Fishlow, Trends in the American Economy in the Nineteenth Century, p. 71

Reviews of Book (are listed on the inside front and back cover)

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a. XXI, 1961, 4
THE TASKS OF ECONOMIC HISTORY

COLONIALISM AND COLONIZATION IN WORLD HISTORY

COLONIZATION AND EXPANSION IN HISTORY
Mary E. White, Greek Colonization, p. 443
George Masselman, Dutch Colonial Policy in the Seventeenth Century, p. 455
C. M. Foust, Russian Expansion to the East Through the Eighteenth Century, p. 469
Herbert Lüthy, Colonization and the Making of Mankind, p. 483

ASPECTS OF MODERN IMPERIALISM
David S. Landes, Some Thoughts on the Nature of Economic Imperialism, p. 496
Bernard Semmel, The Philosophic Radicals and Colonialism, p. 513
Jeannette P. Nichols, The United States Congress and Imperialism, 1861-1897, p. 526
Richard B. Sheridan, The West India Sugar Crisis and British Slave Emancipation, 1830-1833, p. 539

ECONOMICS OF COLONIZATION
John H. Dalton, Colony and Metropolis: Some Aspects of British Rule in Gold Coast and Their Implications for an Understanding of Ghana Today, p. 552
Harvey H. Segal, British Foreign Capital Issues, 1865-1894, p. 566
Richard J. Hammond, Economic Imperialism: Sidelights on a Stereotype, p. 582

LEGACY OF COLONIALISM
Folke Dovring, The Opportunity to Multiply: Demographic Aspects of Modem Colonialism, p. 601
Bernard S. Cohn, From Indian Status to British Contract "Colonial Psychology "and Race, p. 613
George G. S. Murphy, On Satelliteship, p. 641


a. XXI, 1961, 3

Eckaus, The North-South Differential in Italian Economic Development, p. 285
Timberlake, The Specie Standard and Central Banking in the United States Before 1860, p. 318
Crawcour, The Development of a Credit System in Seventeenth-Century Japan, p. 342

REVIEW ARTICLE AND NOTES
Urquhart, Historical Statistics of the United States, Colonial Times to 1957, p. 361
Meier, The Work of the Hamburg Research Center in the Entrepreneurial History, p. 364
Williamson, International Trade and United States Economic Development: 1827-1843, p. 372
Macesich, International Trade and United States Economic Development Revisited, p. 384

Reviews of Book (are listed on the inside front and back cover)


a. XXI, 1961, 2

Dowd, The Economic Expansion of Lombardy, 1300-1500: A Study in Political Stimuli to Economic Change, p. 143
Barker, French Entrepreneurship During the Restoration: The Record of a Single Firm, the Anzin Mining Company, p. 161
Morris, Stein, The Economic History of India: A Bibliographic Essay, p. 179

REVIEW ARTICLE AND NOTES
Rimlinger, The Expansion of the Labor Market in Capitalist Russia: 1861-1917, p. 208
Vatter, Industrial Borrowing by the New England Textile Mills, 1840-1860. A Comment, p. 216
Davis, Mrs. Vatter on Industrial Borrowing. A Reply, p. 222

Editors' Note, p. 227
Reviews of Book (are listed on the inside front and back cover)


a. XXI, 1961, 1

Issawi, Egypt Since 1800: A Study in Lopsided Development, p. 1
Fishlow, The Trustee Savings Banks, 1817-1861, p. 27
Feuerwerker, Materials for the Study of the Economic History of Modem China, p. 41
Von Laue, Russian Peasants in the Factory 1892-1904, p. 61

NOTE
Murphy, Zellner, Rejoinder to Professor Bolino's Note, p. 81

Reviews of Book (are listed on the inside front and back cover)


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