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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


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

Beltrán Tapia, F.J. and Gallego-Martínez, D. What explains the missing girls in nineteenth-century Spain? Economic History Review [2018]

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



Latest CWPE


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

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Economically Relevant Human Capital or Multi-Purpose Consumption Good? Book Ownership in P..., Ogilvie, S., Edwards, J. 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.