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Sheilagh Ogilvie – Additional Publications on Guilds

 


Ogilvie, S. (2014). “The Economics of Guilds” Journal of Economic Perspectives 28(4): 169-192.
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Ogilvie, S. and A. W. Carus (2014). “Institutions and Economic Growth in Historical Perspective”, in S. Durlauf and P. Aghion (ed.), Handbook of Economic Growth. Amsterdam, Elsevier. Vol. 2A: 405-514.
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Ogilvie, S. (2011). Institutions and European Trade: Merchant Guilds, 1000-1800. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.
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Ogilvie, S. (2008). “Rehabilitating the Guilds: a Reply.” Economic History Review 61(1): 175-182.
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Ogilvie, S. (2007). “Can We Rehabilitate the Guilds? A Sceptical Re-Appraisal.” Cambridge Working Papers in Economics 0745.
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Ogilvie, S. (2007). “'Whatever Is, Is Right'? Economic Institutions in Pre-Industrial Europe.” Economic History Review 60(4): 649-684.
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Ogilvie, S. (2005). “The Use and Abuse of Trust: the Deployment of Social Capital by Early Modern Guilds.” Jahrbuch für Wirtschaftsgeschichte 2005(1): 15-52.
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Ogilvie, S. (2004). “Guilds, Efficiency and Social Capital: Evidence from German Proto-Industry.” Economic History Review 57(2): 286-333.
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Ogilvie, S. (2003). A Bitter Living: Women, Markets, and Social Capital in Early Modern Germany. Oxford, Oxford University Press.
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Ogilvie, S. (1997). “Soziale Institutionen, Korporatismus und Protoindustrie: die württembergische Zeugmacherei, 1580-1797”, in D. Ebeling and W. Mager (ed.), Protoindustrie in der Region. Europäischen Gewerbelandschaften vom 16. bis zum 19. Jahrhundert. Bielefeld, Verlag für Regionalgeschichte: 105-138.
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Ogilvie, S. (1997). State Corporatism and Proto-Industry: the Württemberg Black Forest, 1580-1797. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.
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Ogilvie, S. (1995). “Institutions and Economic Development in Early Modern Central Europe.” Transactions of the Royal Historical Society 5: 221-250.
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Ogilvie, S. (1990). “Women and Proto-Industrialisation in a Corporate Society: Württemberg Textile Manufacture, 1590-1790”, in P. Hudson and W. R. Lee (ed.), Women’s Work and the Family in Historical Perspective. Manchester, Manchester University Press: 76-103.
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