The Journal of Economic History

New York, Economic History Association
Quadrimestrale; dal 1951 Trimestrale
ISSN: 0022-0507

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a. XX, 1960, 4
THE TASKS OF ECONOMIC HISTORY

Published in memory of Edwin F. Gay

Thomas C. Cochran, Cultural Factors in Economic Growth, p. 515

TEMPORAL ASPECTS OF ECONOMIC CHANGE
Carter Goodrich, Economic History: One Field or Two?, p. 531
Lance E. Davis, Jonathan R. T. Hughes, Stanley Reiter, Aspects of Quantitative Research in Economic History, p. 539
Barry E. Supple, Economic History and Economic Growth, p. 548
John H. Dales, Report of the Discussion, p. 556

COMMUNICATION AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
W. T. Easterbrook, Problems in the Relationship of Communications and Economic History, p. 559
Marshall McLuhan, Effects of the Improvements of Communication Media, p. 566
Dwight E. Robinson, The Styling and Transmission of Fashions, p. 576

SPACIAL DIFFERENTIATION AND ECONOMIC GROWTH
Henry W. Broude, The Significance of Regional Studies, p. 588
Walter Isard, Notes on the Use of Regional Science Methods, p. 597
Klaus H. Wolff, The Theories of Hermann Aubin, p. 601
Andrew H. Clark, Geographical Change, p. 607
George S. Gibb, Report of the Discussion, p. 613

THE PENETRATIVE POWER OF THE PRICE SYSTEM
Eric E. Lampard, The Price System and Economic Change, p. 617
Norman W. Taylor, The Effects of Industrialization Upon French-Canadian Society, p. 638
James Harvey Young, Patent Medicines, p. 648
Julius Rubin, Report of the Discussion, p. 657

Editor's Notes, p. 658


a. XX, 1960, 3

Simonson, The Demand for Aircraft and the Aircraft Industry, 1907 - 1958, p. 361
Freudenberger, The Woolen Goods Industry of the Habsburg Monarchy in the Eighteenth Century, p. 383
Macesich, Sources of Monetary Disturbances in the United States, 1834 - 1845, p. 407

NOTES
Morris, Report on the Conference on Asian Economic History, p. 435
Kohr, The History of the Common Market, p. 441

Editors' Notes, p. 455
Book Notes, p. 507
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a. XX, 1960, 2

Sheridan, The British Credit Crisis of 1772 and the American Colonies, p. 161
Schlebecker, The World Metropolis and the History of American Agriculture, p. 187
Musson, Robinson, The Origins of Engineering in Lancashire, p. 209
Stoianovich, The Conquering Balkan Orthodox Merchant, p. 234

NOTE
Bolino, Sequential Growth and the Development of American Unionism, p. 314

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a. XX, March 1960, 1

Davis, The New England Textile Mills and the Capital Markets: A Study of Industrial Borrowing 1840 - 1860, p. 1
Simon, The Hot Money Movement and the Private Exchange Pool Proposal of 1896, p. 31
Flinn, Sir Ambrose Crowley and the South Sea Scheme of 1711, p. 51
Rimlinger, Autocracy and the Factory Order in Early Russian Industrialization, p. 67

Editor's Notes, p. 92
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a. XIX, 1959, 4
THE TASKS OF ECONOMIC HISTORY

Published in memory of Edwin F. Gay

PROBLEMS OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN NON-INDUSTRIAL SOCIETIES
Paul Bohannan, The Impact of Money on an African Subsistence Economy, p. 491
Marvin W. Mikesell, Walter C. Neale, Discussion, p. 523
Thomas W. Shea Jr., Barriers to Economic Development in Traditional Societies: Malabar, a Case Study, p. 504
Walter C. Neale, Discussion, p. 525

TWO CLASSIC CASES OF INDUSTRIALIZATION RECONSIDERED
John T. Krause, Some Neglected Factors in the English Industrial Revolution, p. 528
Herbert Kisch, The Textile Industries Silesia and the Rhineland: a Comparative Study in industrialization, p. 541
Morris David Morris, Discussion, p. 565

THE ROLE OF THE STATE IN INDUSTRIALIZATION
Joseph Dorfman, The Principles of Freedom and Government Intervention in American Economic Expansion, p. 570

INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTIONS IN AN EGALITARIAN AGE
David Felix, Industrialization and Stabilization Dilemmas in Latin America, p. 584
Bert F. Hoselitz, Small Industry in Underdeveloped Countries, p. 600
William Parker, Discussion, p. 619

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a. XIX, 1959, 3

Strassmann, Creative Destruction and Partial Obsolescence in American Economic Development, p. 335
Rosovsky, Japanese Capital Formation: The Role of the Public Sector, p. 350
Zagorin, The Social Interpretation of the English Revolution, p. 376
Murphy, Zellner, Sequential Growth, the Labor-Safety-Valve Doctrine and the Development of American Unionism, p. 402

Book Notes, p. 480
Editor's Notes, p. 484
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a. XIX, 1959, 2

Pepelasis, The Legal System and Economic Development of Greece, p. 173
Musson, The Great Depression in Britain, 1873-1896, p. 199
Hartwell, Interpretation of the Industrial Revolution in England, p.229
Evans, Business Entrepreneurs, Their Major Functions and Related Tenets, p. 250

NOTE
Degler, Starr on Slavery, p. 271

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a. XIX, 1959, 1

RECENT CONTRIBUTIONS TO ECONOMIC HISTORY
Harper, American History to 1789, p. 1
Goodrich, The United States, 1789-1860, p. 25
LeDuc, The United States, 1861-1900, p. 44
Cochran, The United States, the Twentieth Century, p. 64
Easterbrook, Canada, p.76

RECENT CONTRIBUTIONS TO BUSINESS HISTORY
Hutchins, The United States, p. 103

Book Notes, p. 159
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a. XVIII, 1958, 4
THE TASKS OF ECONOMIC HISTORY

Published in Memory of Edwin F. Gay

Frederic C. Lane, Economic Consequences of Organized Violence, p.401

NEW VIEWPOINTS ON FAMILIAR SUBJECTS
Raymond de Roover, The Concept of the Just Price: Theory and Economic Policy, p. 418
The rea. J. A. Raftis, David Herlihy, Discussion, p. 435
Kenneth Buckley, The Role of Staple Industries in Canada's Economic Development, p. 439
Hugh G. J. Aitken, Discussion, p. 451

BUSINESS HISTORY AND ECONOMIC HISTORY
John G. B. Hutchins, Business History, Entrepreneurial History, and Business Administration, p. 453
Herman E. Krooss, Economic History and the New Business History, p.467
Lance Davis, Thomas LeDuc, Discussion, p. 481

NEW VIEWPOINTS ON THE ECONOMIC HISTORY OF MODERN EUROPE
H.J. Habakkuk, The Economic History of Modern Britain, p.486
Claude Fohlen, Recent Research in the Economic History of Modern France, p. 502
Fritz Redlich, Recent Developments in German Economic History, p.516
David S. Landes, Discussion, p. 531

THE HISTORY OF INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND SHIPPING
Douglass North, Ocean Freight Rates and Economic Development, 1750-1913, p.537
Max E. Fletcher, The Suez Canal and World Shipping, 1869-1914, p.556
J. H. Dales, J. R. T. Hughes, Discussion, p. 574


a. XVIII, 1958, 3

Fine, The Origins of the United Automobile Workers, 1933-1935, p.249
Warburton, Variations in Economic Growth and Banking Developments in the United States from 1835 to 1885, p. 283
Hoover, Wholesale and Retail Prices in the Nineteenth Century, p.298

NOTES
Danière, Feudal Incomes and Demand Elasticity for Bread in late Eighteenth-Century France, p. 317
Landes, Reply to Mr. Danière and Some Reflections on the Significance of the Debate, p. 331
Danière, Rejoinder, p. 339
Landes, Second reply, p. 342

Editors' Notes, p. 345
Book Notes, p. , p. 390
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a. XVIII, 1958, 2

Checkland, American Versus West Indian Traders in Liverpool, 1793-1815, p. 141
Hall, The Knights of St. Crispin in Massachusetts, 1869-1878, p.161
Grob, The Knights of Labor and the Trade Unions, 1878-1886, p.176

REWIEW ARTICLE
Hughes, Financing the British War Effort, p. 193

Book Notes, p. 238
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a. XVIII, 1958, 1

Sanford, The Intellectual Origins and New-Worldliness of American Industry, p. 1
Starr, An Overdose of Slavery, p. 17
Pletcher, The Fall of Silver in Mexico, 1870-1910, and Its Effect on American Investments, p. 33

REWIEW ARTICLE AND NOTES
Mols, Introduction à la Démographie Historique des villes d'Europe du XIVe au XVIIIe siècle, p. 56
Wilson, Thomas Mun and Specie Flows, p. 62
Gould, Rejoinder, p. 63

Editors' Notes, p. 65
Book Notes, p. 126
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a. XVII, 1957, 4
THE TASKS OF ECONOMIC HISTORY

THE INTEGRATION OF ECONOMIC THEORY AND ECONOMIC HISTORY

W. W. Rostow, The Interrelation of Theory and Economic History, p. 509
John R. Meyer, Alfred Conrad, Economic Theory, Statistical Inference, and Economic History, p. 524
Simon Kuznets, Summary of Discussion and Postscript, p. 545
Sylvia L. Thrupp, The Role of Comparison in the Development of Economic History, p. 554
W. T. Easterbrook, Long-Period Comparative Study: Some Historical Cases, p. 571
Herbert Heaton, Summary of Discussion, p. 596


a. XVII, 1957, 3

Cole, Conspectus for a History of Economic and Business Literature, p. 333
Stein, Labor's Role in Government Agencies During World War II, p.389
Davis, Earnings of Capital in the English Shipping Industry, 1670-1730, p. 409
Pollard, British and World Shipbuilding, 1890-1914, p.426

NOTE
Becker, Three Cases Concerning the Restitution of Usury in Florence, p. 445

Editors' Notes, p. 451
Book Notes, p. 498
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a. XVII, 1957, 2

Saul, The Economic Significance of "Constructive Imperialism", p.173
Goldstein, Mayer, Patterns of Business Growth and Survival in a Medium-Sized Community, p. 193
Deane, The Output of the British Woolen Industry in the Eighteenth Century, p. 207
Forster, The Noble as Landlord in the Region of toulouse at the End of the Old Regime, p. 224

REVIEW ARTICLE
Leuilliot, The Industrial Revolution in France, p. 245

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a. XVII, 1957, 1

Bogue, Bogue, "Profits" and the Frontier Land Speculator, p. 1
Lorwin, Reflections on the History of the French and American Labor Movements, p.25
Pinkney, Money and Politics in the Rebuilding of Paris, 1860-1870, p.45
Sheridan, The Molasses Act and the Market Strategy of the British Sugar Planters, p. 62

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a. XVI, 1956, 4
THE TASKS OF ECONOMIC HISTORY

Published in Memory of Edwin F. Gay

THE AMERICAN WEST AS AN UNDERDEVELOPED REGION

Carter Goodrich, American Development Policy, p. 449

GOVERNMENT ATTITUDES TOWARD WESTERN ECONOMIC PROBLEMS
Vernon C. Fowke, National Policy and Western Development in North America, p. 461
Forest G. Hill, Discussion, p. 479

SOUCES OF CAPITAL FOR WESTERN DEVELOPMENT
Clark C. Spence, When the Pound Sterling Went West, p. 482
Douglass C. North, International Capital Flows and the Development of the American West, p. 493
Oscar O. Winther, Promoting the American West in England 1865-1890, p.506

BUSINESS LEADERSHIP IN THE WEST
R. Richard Wohl, Three Generations of Business Enterprise in a Midwestern City, p. 514
Frederick W. Kohlmeyer, Northern Pine Lumbermen, p. 529
Arthur L. Throckmorton, The Role of the Merchant on the Oregon Frontier, p. 539
Joseph W. Thompson, The Genesis of the Great Northern's Mesabi Ore Traffic, p. 551

INTERREGIONAL ECONOMIC RELATIONS
Douglas F. Dowd, A Comparative Analysis of Economic Development in the American West and South, p. 558
Donald L. Kemmerer, The Changing Pattern of American Economic Development, p.575


a. XVI, 1956, 3

Cameron, Some French Contributions to the Industrial Development of Germany, 1840-1870, p. 281
Degler, The Locofocos: Urban "Agrarians", p.322
Clough, Livi, Economic Growth in Italy: An Analysis of the Uneven Development of North and South, p. 334

NOTES and REVIEW ARTICLE
Higgins, Aubrey on Industrial Investment Decisions, p. 350
Aubrey, Rejoinder, p. 354
Wright, An Index of the Output of British Industry Since 1700, p.356

Editors' Notes, (are listed on the inside front and back cover)
Books Reviewed (are listed on the inside front and back cover)


a. XVI, 1956, 2

Hoffmann, The Depression of the Nineties, p. 137
Smith, Landlords and Rural Capitalists in the Modernization of Japan, p. 165
Blum, Prices in Russia in the Sixteenth Century, p.182

NOTES and REVIEW ARTICLE
Moore, The Textile Industry of Old South, p. 200
North, Agenda for a History of Management Policies towards Labor in the United States, p. 206
Kuh, Five Decades of United States Saving, p. 211

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a. XVI, 1956, 1

Woodruff, Capitalism and the Historians: A Contribution to the Discussion on the Industrial Revolution in England, p.1
Rivet, American Technique and Steam Navigation on the Saône and the Rhône, 1827-1850, p. 18

NOTES and REVIEW ARTICLE
Lerner, Investment Uncertainty During the Civil War - A Note on the McCormick brothers, p. 34
Deutsch, Joseph Schumpeter as an Analyst of Sociology and Economic History, p. 41
Redlich, Wilson's History of Unilever: A Significant Contribution to Business History, p. 56

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a. XV, 1955, 4
THE TASKS OF ECONOMIC HISTORY

Published in Memory of Edwin F. Gay

COMPARATIVE ECONOMIC HISTORY

INVESTING IN UNDERDEVELOPED AREAS
Henry G. Aubrey, Industrial Investment Decisions: A Comparative Analysis, p. 335
James Baster, Sanford A. Mosk, Discussion, p. 352

FUNDAMENTALS OF INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT
Alexander Gerschenkron, Notes on the Rate of Industrial Growth in Italy, 1881-1913, p. 360
W. Woodruff, Growth of the Rubber Industry of Great Britain and the United States, p.376

COMPARATIVE MONETARY POLICIES
Martin Wolfe, The Development of Nazi Monetary Policy, p. 392
Harry C. Eastman, French and Canadian Exchange Rate Policy, p.403
Ross M. Robertson, Edward C. Simmons, Discussion, p. 411

SOCIAL ORGANIZATION AND ECONOMIC CHANGE
J. H. Hexter, A New Framework for Social History, p. 415
Mildred Campbell, Discussion, p. 427


a. XV, 1955, 3

Campbell, Development in the Scottish Pig Iron Trade, 1844-1848, p.209
Trescott, Federal-State Financial Relations, 1790-1860, p.227
Sires, Labor Unrest in England, 1910-1914, p. 246

NOTES and REVIEW ARTICLE
Heaton, Criteria of Periodization in Economic History, p.267
Dowd, Economic Stagnation in Europe in the Interwar Period, p.273
Hunter, Soviet Industrial Growth - The Early Plan Period, p.281
Novotny, Stamp Duties, p.288

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a. XV, 1955, 2

Gould, The Trade Crisis of the Early 1620's and English Economic Thought, p.121
Seastone, The History of Guaranteed Wages and Employment, p.134
Clements, The Farmers' Attitude toward British Investment in American Industry, p. 151

NOTE
Gould, The Date of England's Treasure by Foreign Trade, p.160

Comments, (are listed on the inside front and back cover)
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a. XV, 1955, 1

Habakkuk, Family Structure and Economic Change in Nineteenth-Century Europe, p. 1
Hartland, Factors in the Economic Growth in Canada, p. 13

NOTES
Birch, Foreign Observers of the British Iron Industry during the Eighteenth Century, p.23
McCready, Sir William James Ashley: Some Unpublished Letters, p.34

Comments and Criticism, (are listed on the inside front and back cover)
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a. XIV, 1954, 4
THE TASKS OF ECONOMIC HISTORY

Published in memory of Edwin F. Gay

INSTITUTIONAL AND CULTURAL FACTORS IN ECONOMIC HISTORY

BELIEF IN ECONOMIC LAW
Edward C. Kirkland, You Can't Win, p. 321

CONCEPTS FOR THE ANALYSIS OF ECONOMIC GROWTH
Robert E. Baldwin, Some Theoretical Aspects of Economic Development, p.333
Thomas Easterbrook, Uncertainty and Economic Change, p. 346

THE SOCIAL CONTEXT OF ECONOMIC CHANGE
John E. Sawyer, The Social Basis of the American System of Manufacturing, p.361
William Parker, Entrepreneurship, Industrial Organization, and Economic Growth: A German Example, p. 380
Robert S. Merrill, Economic Growth: The Case of the Maori, p.401
David E. Apter, Some Economic Factors in the Political Development of the Gold Coast, p. 409


a. XIV, 1954, 3

North, Life Insurance and Investment Banking at the Time of the Armstrong Investigation of 1905-1906, p. 209
Sires, The Beginnings of British Legislation for Old-Age Pensions, p.229

NOTES and REVIEW ARTICLE
Avakumovic, An Episode in the Continental System in the Illyrian Provinces, p. 254
Zornow, The Sandy Hook Lighthouse Incident of 1787, p. 261
Rostow, Factors in a British Trade Cycle, p. 266
Imlah, Gayer, Rostow, and Schwartz on the British Economy, p.270

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a. XIV, 1954, 2

Evans, Geographical Differences in the Use of the Corporation in American Manufacturing in 1899, p.113
Grob, Reform Unionism: The National Labor Union, p.126

NOTES and REVIEW ARTICLE
Gates, The Railroad Land-Grant Legend, p. 143
Ginger, Managerial Employees in Anthracite, 1902: A Study in Occupational Mobility, p. 146
Curtin, The British Sugar Duties and West Indian Prosperity, p.157
Segal, Business Cycles: Methodology, Research, and Public Policy, p. 164

Correspondence, p. 199
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a. XIV, 1954, 1

Thompson, Intercompany Technical Standardization in the Early American Automobile Industry, p. 1
Long, Philippe de Girard and the Introduction of Mechanical Flax Spinning in Austria, p.21
Ferguson, Speculation in the Revolutionary Debt: The Ownership of Public Securities in Maryland, 1790, p.35

NOTES
Kneisel, "The Evolution of the English Corn Market", p.46
Hirshler, Medieval Economic Competition, p. 52

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a. XIII, 1953, 4
THE TASKS OF ECONOMIC HISTORY

PAPERS PRESENTED AT THE THIRTEENTH ANNUAL MEETING OF THE ECONOMIC HISTORY ASSOCIATION, BRYN MAWR COLLEGE, BRYN MAWR, PENNSYLVANIA, SEPTEMBER 18-19, 1953

Quincy Wright, Economic and Political Conditions of World Stability, p.363
Bernard Bailyn, Communications and Trade: The Atlantic in the Seventeenth Century, p.378
E. F. Söderlund, Short-Term Economic Fluctuations and the Swedish Timber Industry, 1850-1900, p. 388
Traian Stoianovich, Land Tenure and Related Sectors of the Balkan Economy, 1600-1800, p. 398
Peter Charanis, Economic Factors in the Decline of the Byzantine Empire, p.412
Theodore H. Von Laue, The Witte System in Russia, p. 425
David Riesman, The Social and Psychological Setting of Veblen's Economic Theory, p.449
Jesse D. Clarkson, The Background of Fabian Theory, p. 462


a. XIII, 1953, 3

Hancock, Agenda for the Study of British Imperial Economy, 1850-1950, p. 257
Sachs, Agricultural Conditions in the Northern Colonies Before the Revolution, p. 274
Heald, Business Attitudes toward European Immigration, 1880-1900, p.291

RESEARCH NOTE
Wright, Langdon Cheves and Nicholas Biddle: New Data for a New Interpretation, p.305

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a. XIII, 1953, 2

Thayer, The Land-Bank System in the American Colonies, p.145
McMurry, Labor Policies of the General Managers' Association of Chicago, 1886-1894, p. 160
Shepperson, Industrial Emigration in Early Victorian Britain, p.179

REVIEW ARTICLE
Sweezy, Three Works on Imperialism, p. 193

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a. XIII, 1953, 1

Kirkland, Harold Adams Innis, 1894-1952, p. 1
Goodrich, Segal, Baltimore's Aid to Railroads, p. 2
Aitken, Yates and McIntyre: Lottery Managers, p. 36
Stromberg, American Business and the Approach of War, 1935-1941, p. 58

NOTES and REVIEW ARTICLE
Cole, Committee on Research in Economic History, p. 79
Nef, Communication and Human Welfare, p. 87
Fabricant, Is Monopoly Increasing?, p. 89
Dillard, Ricardo in Retrospect, p. 94

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a. XII, 1952, 4
THE TASKS OF ECONOMIC HISTORY

PAPERS PRESENTED AT THE TWELFTH ANNUAL MEETING OF THE ECONOMIC HISTORY ASSOCIATION, OBERLIN COLLEGE, OBERLIN, OHIO, SEPTEMBER 12-13, 1952

THE EVOLUTION OF BUSINESS ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT

PRICES AS A FACTOR IN BUSINESS GROWTH
Earl J. Hamilton, Prices and Progress, p. 325

ORIGINS OF MODERN BUSINESS ENTERPRISE
Robert L. Reynolds, Medieval Italy, p. 350
Edgar Salin, European Entrepreneurship, p. 366

DEVELOPMENT OF LARGE-SCALE ORGANIZATION
Harold C. Passer, Electrical Manufacturing Around 1900, p.378
M. Gardner Clark, The Soviet Steel Industry, p. 396
Ralph W. Hidy, The Standard Oil Company (New Jersey), p.411
Ben W. Lewis, Economic Implications, p. 425

AMERICAN FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS
Fritz Redlich, Bank Administration, 1780-1914, p. 438
Donald L. Kemmerer, The Marketing of Securities, 1920-1952, p.454


a. XII, 1952, 3

Buttrick, The Inside Contract System, p. 205
Hallgarten, Adolf Hitler and German Heavy Industry, 1931-1933, p.222
Sorenson, Some Classical Economists, Laissez Faire, and the Factory Acts, p.247

REVIEW ARTICLE
Ratner, The Economic History of the Second World War, p.263
Somers, What Generally Happens During Business Cycles - and Why, p. 270

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a. XII, 1952, 2

Nettels, British Mercantilism and the Economic Development of the Thirteen Colonies, p. 105
Kuznets, National Income Estimates for the United States Prior to 1870, p. 115
Spiethoff, The "Historical" Character of Economic Theories, p. 131

NOTES and REVIEW ARTICLE
Rae, The Great Northern's Land Grant, p. 140
Gerschenkron, An Economic History of Russia, p. 146
Kracke, The Earliest Economic History of China, p.160

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a. XII, Winter 1952, 1

Smith, The Japanese Village in the Seventeenth Century, p.1
Bamford, France and the American Market in Naval Timber and Masts, 1776-1786, p. 21
Patterson, Government Finance on the Eve of the Civil War, p.35
Perloff, The United States and the Economic Development of Puerto Rico, p. 45
Eberhard, The Money and Economy of China under the Mongols, p.60

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a. XI, 1951, 4
THE TASKS OF ECONOMIC HISTORY

PAPERS PRESENTED AT THE ELEVENTH ANNUAL MEETING OF THE ECONOMIC HISTORY ASSOCIATION, PRINCETON UNIVERSITY, PRINCETON, NEW JERSEY, SEPTEMBER 7-8, 1951

THE ROLES OF LEADING NATIONS IN THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF OTHER AREAS

ANALYSIS AND EVALUATION
Abbott Payson Usher, The Balance Sheet of Economic Development, p.325

SPREAD OF TECHNIQUES
M. M. Postan, Italy and the Economic Development of England in the Middle Ages, p. 339
Warren C. Scoville, Minority Migrations and the Diffusion of Technology, p. 347

CAPITAL MOVEMENT AND TRANSPORTATION
Robert G. Albion, British Shipping and Latin America, 1806-1914, p.361
Leland H. Jenks, Britain and American Railway Development, p.375
Daniel Thorner, Great Britain and the Development of India's Railways, p. 389

POPULATION
Joseph J. Spengler, Notes on France's Response to Her Declining Rate of Demographic Growth, p. 403
Irene B. Taeuber, Population Growth and Economic Development in Japan, p. 417


a. XI, 1951, 3

Lopez, The Dollar of the Middle Ages, p. 209
Hill, Government Engineering Aid to Railroads Before the Civil War, p. 235
Rosdolsky, The Distribution of the Agrarian Product in Feudalism, p.247
Redlich, Sanctions and Freedom of Enterprise, p. 266
Stolper, The Schumpeterian System, p.272
Bailyn, Braudel's Geohistory - A Reconsideration, p.277

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a. XI, 1951, 2

Helleiner, Moral Conditions of Economic Growth, p.97
Arrington, The Deseret Telegraph - A Churh-owned Public Utility, p.117
Dorfman, A Note on Interpenetration of Anglo-American Finance, 1837-1841, p.140
Usher, Sir John Howard Clapham and the Empirical Reaction in Economic History, p. 148
Blum, The Early History of the Russian Peasantry, p.153

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a. XI, 1951, 1

Spring, The English Landed Estate in the Age of Coal and Iron: 1830-1880, p. 3
Kuznets, The State as a Unit in Study of Economic Growth, p.25
Gerschenkron, An Analysis of Soviet Agriculture, p. 42
Johnson, Sociological Aspects of Change and the Entrepreneur, p.50
Rostow, Two Analyses of Britain's Transition, p. 55

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