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Human Capital And Economic Outcomes In A European Developing Economy, C. 1600 - C. 1900 - People

Principal Investigator:
Professor Sheilagh Ogilvie

Human Capital And Economic Outcomes In A European Developing Economy, C. 1600 - C. 1900 - Details

Title: Human Capital And Economic Outcomes In A European Developing Economy, C. 1600 - C. 1900

Sponsor: BRITISH ACADEMY

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Economic History Research Group




This seminar series is a combination of eight seminar programmes. See the Faculty of History's seminar pages to more information.


Recent Publications


Klein, C. and Ogilvie, S. Occupational structure in the Czech lands under the Second Serfdom Economic History Review [2016]

Dennison, T. and Ogilvie, S. Institutions, demography, and economic growth Journal of Economic History [2016]

Horrell, S. and Oxley, D. Gender bias in nineteenth-century England: evidence from factory children Economics and Human Biology [2016]



Latest CWPE


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Human Capital Investment in a Late-Developing Economy: Evidence from Württemberg, c. 160..., Ogilvie, S. and Küpker, M.

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Tracing the Evolution of Agglomeration Economies: Spain, 1860-1991, Beltrán Tapia, F., Díez-Minguela, A. and Martinez-Galarraga, J.

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THE EFFECTS OF SYSTEMIC BANKING CRISES IN THE INTER-WAR PERIOD, Rocha, B. and Solomou, S.