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Items where Subject is "N93 - Europe: Pre-1913"

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Braun, Sebastian Till and Franke, Richard (2019): Railways, Growth, and Industrialisation in a Developing German Economy, 1829-1910.

Buonanno, Paolo and Durante, Ruben and Prarolo, Giovanni and Vanin, Paolo (2011): On the historical and geographic origins of the Sicilian mafia.


Ciccarelli, Carlo and Fenoaltea, Stefano (2008): Construction in Italy's regions, 1861-1913.

Ciccarelli, Carlo and Fenoaltea, Stefano (2008): Ship building and repairing in Italy, 1861-1913: national and regional time series.

Ciccarelli, Carlo and Proietti, Tommaso (2011): Patterns of industrial specialisation in post-Unification Italy.

Cousins, Mel (2011): Occupational structures, migration, religion and poor relief in nineteenth century urban Ireland.


Daniele, Vittorio and Malanima, Paolo (2013): Perché il Sud è rimasto indietro? Il Mezzogiorno fra storia e pubblicistica. Published in: Rivista di Storia Economica , Vol. 1, No. XXX (April 2014): pp. 3-35.

De Doncker, Tim (2011): The institutional context of art production in the Southern Low Countries during the early modern period: the Ghent craft guild of gold and silversmiths in relation to the Ghent academy in the second half of the eighteenth century.

De Vijlder, Nicolas (2012): A macroeconomic analysis of the land market in the count of Flanders and the duchy of Brabant. (fifteenth and sixteenth century).


Economou, Emmanouel/Marios/Lazaros and Kyriazis, Nicholas (2014): Aetolians, Europeans and Canadians: A Comparative analysis of federations.


Felice, Emanuele (2015): Il divario Nord-Sud in Italia (1861-2011): lo stato dell'arte.

Ferlito, Carmelo (2006): Per un'analisi del costo della vita nella Verona del Settecento. Published in: Studi Storici Luigi Simeoni , Vol. LVI, (2006): pp. 631-688.


Ganev, Georgy (2017): Chapter 13. Economics. Published in:

Gay, Guido Benvenuto (2023): Samuel Biolley, “notre fameux fondeur”.

Guleryuz, Ece H. (2015): Externally-Imposed Institutions and Regional Growth Differences: Evidence from France and Germany.


Horii, Seiji (2023): Dual revolution and Saxon cotton industry fixed geographical distribution, guild regulation, and quality improving spirits.


Izdebski, Adam and Koloch, Grzegorz and Słoczyński, Tymon and Tycner-Wolicka, Marta (2014): On the Use of Palynological Data in Economic History: New Methods and an Application to Agricultural Output in Central Europe, 0–2000 AD.


Lambert, Thomas (2024): Richard III, the Tudor Myth, and the Transition from Feudalism to Capitalism.


Munro, John H. (2006): The anti-red shift – to the 'Dark Side': Colour changes in Flemish luxury woollens, 1300 - 1550. Published in: Medieval Clothing and Textiles , Vol. 3, No. 1 (2007): pp. 55-98.

Munro, John H. (1998): The symbiosis of towns and textiles: urban institutions and the changing fortunes of cloth manufacturing in the Low Countries and England, 1270 - 1570. Published in: The Journal of Early Modern History: Contacts, Comparisons, Contrasts , Vol. 3, No. 1 (February 1999): pp. 1-74.

Munro, John H. (2007): The usury doctrine and urban public finances in late-medieval Flanders (1220 - 1550): rentes (annuities), excise taxes, and income transfers from the poor to the rich. Published in: La fiscalità nell’economia Europea, secc. XIII - XVIII, Fondazione Istituto Internazionale di Storia Economica “F. Datini”, Prato, Serie II: Atti delle “Settimane de Studi” et altri Convegni , Vol. 39, No. 1 (2008): pp. 973-1026.


Obschonka, Martin and Stuetzer, Michael and Rentfrow, Peter J. and Shaw-Taylor, Leigh and Satchell, Max and Silbereisen, Rainer K. and Potter, Jeff and Gosling, Samuel D. (2018): In the shadow of coal: How large-scale industries contributed to present-day regional differences in personality and well-being. Published in: Journal of Personality and Social Psychology , Vol. 115, No. 5 (2018): pp. 903-927.

Ohler, Johann (2024): Malthus in Germany? Fertility, Mortality, and Status in pre-industrial Germany 1600-1850.

Olszewski, Krzysztof (2007): The Rise and Decline of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth due to Grain Trade.


Pepelasis, Ioanna Sapfo and Tzavara, Angeliki (2011): A moneylender in Venice: Costantino Bogdano ‘da Patrasso’, c. 1800-44.

Perrin, Cedric (2011): Les industries animales dans l'ouest de la France : les territoires industrielles de Chateau-Renault et Surgères.

Popov, Vladimir and Konchakov, Roman and Didenko, Dmitry (2024): Human capital in the regions of the Russian Empire and inequality in land distribution at the turn of the 20th century.

Putan, Roxana and Cretan, Remus (2010): The evolution of the toponyms in the Şureanu mountains viewed on cartographic sources. Published in: Review of Historical Geography and Toponomastics (RHGT) , Vol. 5, No. 9-10 (8 September 2010): pp. 7-18.


Reckendrees, Alfred (2014): DER STEINKOHLENBERGBAU IN DER AACHENER REGION / 1780-1860.


Solar, Peter M and Lyons, John S (2009): The English cotton spinning industry, 1780–1840, as revealed in the columns of the London Gazette.


Troesken, Werner and Tynan, Nicola and Yang, Yuanxiaoyue (2021): What are the Health Benefits of a Constant Water Supply? Evidence from London, 1860-1910. Forthcoming in: Explorations in Economic History No. Forthcoming


van Bavel, Bas (B.J.P.) (2010): The medieval Origins of Capitalism in the Netherlands. Published in: Bijdragen en mededelingen voor de geschiedenis der Nederlanden , Vol. 2-3, No. 125 (2010): pp. 45-80.


Zanini, Andrea (2019): Fonti fiscali e stime patrimoniali. Gli ebrei di Genova nella prima metà del Settecento.

Zanini, Andrea (2015): La promozione turistica durante la Belle Époque: il caso della Riviera ligure. Published in: (2015): pp. 365-381.

Zhao, Qiyi C. (2023): Rethinking “Distance From”: Lessons from Wittenberg and Mainz.

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