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a. XL, 1980, 4


Peter H. Lindert, English Occupations, 1670-1811, p. 685
Donald R. Adams Jr., American Neutrality and Prosperity, 1793-1808: A Reconsideration, p. 713
Clark Nardinelli, Child Labor and the Factory Acts, p. 739
William S. Hallagan, Labor Contracting in Turn-of-the-Century California Agriculture, p. 757
Antony G. Hopkins, Property Rights and Empire Building: Britain’s Annexation of Lagos, 1861, p. 777
Paul McGouldrick, Michael Tannen, The Increasing Pay Gap for Women in the Textile and Clothing Industries, 1910 to 1970, p. 799
Joseph A. Pratt, The Petroleum Industry in Transition: Antitrust and the Decline of Monopoly Control in Oil, p. 815

Arthur M. Diamond Jr., Age and the Acceptance of Cliometrics, p. 838
Edward Saraydar, The Cost of World War II to the Soviet People: Two Five-Year Plans?, p. 842
James R. Millar, Susan J. Linz, The Cost of World War II to the Soviet People: A Reply, p. 845

Announcements, p. 738
Editors’ Notes, p. 846
Book Notes, p. 847
Reviews of Books, p. 849

a. XL, 1980, 3

Jeffrey O. Williamson, Earnings Inequality in Nineteenth-Century Britain, p. 457
J. R. Kearl, Clayne L. Pope, Larry T. Wimmer, Household Wealth in a Settlement Economy. Utah, 1850-1870, p. 477
Frank Lewis, Marvin McInnis, The Efficiency of the French-Canadian Farmer in the Nineteenth Century, p. 497
George W. Grantham, The Persistence of Open-Field Farming in Nineteenth- Century France, p. 515
Murat Cizakca, Price History and the Bursa Silk Industry: A Study in Ottoman Industrial Decline, 1550-1650, p. 533
Mary McKinney Schweitzer, Economic Regulation and the Colonial Economy: The Maryland Tobacco Inspection Act of 1747, p. 551
Elmus Wicker, A Reconsideration of the Causes of the Banking Panic of 1930, p. 571

Harry Scheiber, The Economic Historian as Realist and as Keeper of Democratic Ideals: Paul Wallace Gates’s Studies of American Land Policy, p. 585
Donald L. Huddle, Themes of Breakdown in Modern Economic Development, p. 595

Editors’ Notes, p. 599
Announcements, p. 601
Book Notes, p. 604
Reviews of Books, p. 609

a. XL, 1980, 2

Stanley Lebergott, The Returns to U.S. Imperialism, 1890-1929, p. 229
Richard W. Unger, Dutch Herring, Technology, and International Trade in the Seventeenth Century, p. 253
Jeremy Atack, Fred Bateman, Thomas Weiss, The Regional Diffusion and Adoption of the Steam Engine in American Manufacturing, p. 281
Steven B. Webb, Tariffs, Cartels, Technology, and Growth in the German Steel Industry, 1879 to 1914, p. 309
Richard H. Steckel, Antebellum Southern White Fertility: A Demographic and Economic Analysis, p. 331

Haim Gerber, Nachum T. Gross, Inflation or Deflation in Nineteenth-Century Syria and Palestine, p. 351
Bernard Sarachek, Jewish American Entrepreneurs, p. 359

Donald Hodges, Ross Gandy, Varieties of Economic Determinism, p. 373

Announcements, p. 280, 330, 358
Book Notes, p. 377

a. XL, 1980, 1


Lance E. Davis, It’s a Long, Long Road to Tipperary, or Reflections on Organized Violence, Protection Rates, and Related topics: The New Political History, p. 1
John R. Hanson II, Export Instability in Historical Perspective: Further Results, p. 17
Colleen M. Callahan, William K. Hutchinson, Antebellum Interregional Trade in Agricultural Goods: Preliminary Results, p. 25
Mary A. Yeager, Trade Protection as an International Commodity: The Case of Steel, p. 33
Lawrence A. Herbst, Discussion, p. 43
Richard H. Keehn, Market Power and Bank Lending: Some Evidence from Wisconsin, 1870-1900, p. 45
Susan Howson, The Management of Sterling, 1932-1939, p. 53
Michael D. Bordo, Anna J. Schwartz, Money and Prices in the Nineteenth Century: An Old Debate Rejoined, p. 61
Michael Edelstein, Discussion, p. 68
Richard Sylla, Discussion, p. 70
Judith C. Brown, Jordan Goodman, Women and Industry in Florence, p. 73
Claudia Goldin, The Work and Wages of Single Women, 1870 to 1920, p. 81
Mary M. Schweitzer, World War II and Female Labor Force Participation Rates, p. 89
Pamela J. Nickless, Discussion, p. 96
Bruce R. Dalgaard, Monetary Reform, 1923-30: A Prelude to Colombia’s Economic Development, p. 98
Trevor J. O. Dick, Productivity Change and Grain Farm Practice on the Canadian Prairie, 1900-1930, p. 105
Richard L. Rudolph, Family Structure and Proto-Industrialization in Russia, p. 111
David Feeny, Discussion, p. 119
Cynthia Taft Morris, Discussion, p. 121
Ronald M. Berger, The Development of Retail Trade in Provincial England, Ca. 1550-1700, p. 123
Paul F. Paskoff, Labor Productivity and Managerial Efficiency against a Static Technology: The Pennsylvania Iron Industry, 1750-1800, p. 129
Andrew Rutten, But it Will Never Be Science, Either, p. 137
Richard K. Vedder, Lowell E. Gallaway, Population Transfers and the Post-Bellum Adjustments to Economic Dislocation, 1870-1920, p. 143
Michael R. Haines, Fertility and Marriage in a Nineteenth-Century Industrial City: Philadelphia,1850-1880, p. 151
Joel Mokyr, Malthusian Models and Irish History, p. 159
August C. Bolino, Discussion, p. 167

Summaries of Doctoral Dissertations by: Naomi R. Lamoreaux, Philip Mirowski, Carl E. Pray, David J. St. Clair, and Thomas S. Ulen, p. 169
Peter H. Lindert, Discussion, p. 181
Alan L. Olmstead, Discussion, p. 183

Editors’ Notes, p. 187
Reviews of Books, p. 189

a. XXXIX, 1979, 4

Andrew B. Appleby, Grain Prices and Subsistence Crises in England and France, 1590-1740, p. 865
Pamela J. Nickless, A New Look at Productivity in the New England Cotton Textile Industry, 1830-1860, p. 889
Robert C. Allen, International Competition in Iron and Steel, 1850-1913, p. 911
John H. Coatsworth, Indispensable Railroads in a Backward Economy: The Case of Mexico, p. 939
Roger F. Riefler, Nineteenth-Century Urbanization Patterns in the United States, p. 961
Winifred B. Rothenberg, A Price Index for Rural Massachusetts, 1750-1855, p. 975

Kenneth E. Carpenter, Alred D. Chandler Jr., Fritz Redlich: Scholar and Friend, p. 1003
Henry Rosovsky, Alexander Gerschenkron: A Personal and Fond Recollection, p. 1009

John R. Hanson II, World Demand for Cotton during the Nineteenth Century: Wright’s Estimates Re-examined, p. 1015
Gavin Wright, World Demand for Cotton during the Nineteenth Century: Reply, p. 1023

Editors’ Notes, p. 1025
Reviews of Books, p. 1027
Book Notes, p. 1092

a. XXXIX, 1979, 3

Walter I. Ofonagoro, From Traditional to British Currency in Southern Nigeria: Analysis of a Currency Revolution, 1880-1946, p. 623
Gavin Wright, Cheap Labor and Southern Textiles before 1880, p. 655
Frank D. Lewis, Explaining the Shift of Labor from Agriculture to Industry in the United States, 1869-1899, p. 681
Eric L. Almquist, Pre-Famine Ireland and the Theory of European Proto-industrialization: Evidence from the 1841 Census, p. 699
Michael Palairet, Fiscal Pressure and Peasant Impoverishment War I, p. 719
Maureen O’Hara, David Easley, The Postal Savings System in the Depression, p. 741

Larry Neal, Factoring Out Industrialization, p. 755

Editors’ Notes, p. 760
Reviews of Books, p. 763
Book Notes, p. 863

a. XXXIX, 1979, 2

Rosalind Kent Berlow, The Sailing of the “Saint Esprit”, p. 345
Mark Overton, Estimating Crop Yields from Probate Inventories: An Example from East Anglia, 1585-1735, p. 363
Paul R. Gregory, The Russian Balance of Payments, the Gold Standard, and Monetary Policy: A Historical Example of Foreign Capital Movements, p. 379
Martha Norby Fraundorf, The Labor Force Participation of Turn-of-the-Century Married Women, p. 401
Christopher Chamberlin, Bulk Exports, Trade Tiers, Regulation, and Development: An Economic Approach to the Study of West Africa’s “Legitimate Trade”, p. 419
Alexander James Field, Economic and Demographic Determinants of Educational Commitment: Massachusetts, 1855, p. 439

Christopher Curran, Jack Johnston, The Antebellum Money Market and the Economic Impact of the Bank War: A Comment, p. 461
Marie Elizabeth Sushka, The Antebellum Money Market and the Economic Impact of the Bank War: A Reply, p. 467
Alan L. Olmstead, The Diffusion of the Reaper: One More Time!, p. 475

Frank M. Murtaugh Jr., Penultimo Cavour, p. 477
Jon S. Cohen, Conflict on the Left: Marxist Economists and the Friendly Enemy, p. 481

Letter to the Editors, p. 487
Book Notes, p. 491
Reviews of Books, p. 495

a. XXXIX, 1979, 1


Robert W. Fogel, Notes on the Social Saving Controversy, p. 1
John J. Adams, Robert C. West, Money, Prices, and Economic Development in India, 1861-1895, p. 55
Philip R. Coelho, James Shepherd, The Impact of Regional Differences in Prices and Wages on Economic Growth: The United States in 1890, p. 69
Thomas F. Huertas, Damnifying Growth in the Antebellum South, p. 87
Charles A. Roberts, Interregional Per Capita Income Differentials and Convergence: 1880-1950, p. 101
David Feeny, Competing Hypotheses of Underdevelopment: A Thai Case Study, p. 113
Gary D. Libecap, Ronald Johnson, Property Rights, Nineteenth-Century Federal Timber Policy, and the Conservation Movement, p. 129
Michelle Burge McAlpin, Dearth, Famine, and Risk: The Changing Impact of Crop Failures in Western India, 1870-1920, p. 143
Irma Adelman, Cynthia Taft Morris, The Role of Institutional Influences in Patterns of Agricultural Development in the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries: A Cross-Section Quantitative Study, p. 159
William Parker, Discussion, p. 177
Shannon R. Brown, The Transfer of Technology to China in the Nineteenth Century: The Role of Direct Foreign Investment, p. 181
W. Elliot Brownlee, Household Values, Women’s Work, and Economic Growth, 1800-1930, p. 199
William J. Fleming, The Cultural Determinants of Entrepreneurship and Economic Development: A Case Study of Mendoza Province, Argentina, 1861-1914, p. 211
Lars G. Sandberg, The Case of the Impoverished Sophisticate: Human Capital and Swedish Economic Growth before World War I, p. 225
Terry L. Anderson, Economic Growth in Colonial New England: “Statistical Renaissance”, p. 243
John Denis Haeger, Eastern Financiers and Institutional Change: The Origins of the New York Life Insurance and Trust Company and the Ohio Life Insurance and Trust Company, p. 259
Allan Kulikoff, The Economic Growth of the Eighteenth-Century Chesapeake Colonies, p. 275
Diane Lindstrom, American Economic Growth before 1840: New Evidence and New Directions, p. 289
Paul A. David, Discussion, p. 303
Robert E. Gallman, Discussion, p. 311

Summaries of Research Workshops by: Anita B. Baker, Leonard Carlson, Lawrence A. Herbst, Clayne L. Pope, Joseph D. Reid Jr., p. 313

Summaries of Doctoral Dissertations by: Eric Almquist, Lee Alston, Stephen Easton, Ann Kussmaul, Elyce Rotella, Ralph Shlomowitz, p. 323
Claudia Goldin, Discussion, p. 336
Michelle McAlpin, Discussion, p. 338
Mary Yeager, Discussion, p. 339

Editors’ Notes, p. 341

a. XXXVIII, 1978, 4

Masao Kikuchi, Yujiro Hayami, Agricultural Growth against a Land Resource Constraint: A Comparative History of Japan, Taiwan, Korea, and the Philippines, p. 839
C. Knick Harley, Western Settlement and the Price of Wheat, 1872-1913, p. 865
Peter Berck, Hard Driving and Efficiency: Iron Production in 1890, p. 879
James A. Dunlevy, Henry A. Gemery, Economic Opportunity and the Reponses of “Old” and “New” Migrants to the United States, p. 901
Frederic S. Mishkin, The Household Balance Sheet and the Great Depression, p. 918
Bent Hansen, Khairy tourk, The Profitability of the Suez Canal as a Private Enterprise, p. 938

James R. Millar, Susan J. Linz, The Cost of World War II to the Soviet People: A Research Note, p. 959

Letter to the Editors, p. 963
Editors’ Notes, p. 965
Reviews of Books, p. 967
Book Notes, p. 1066

a. XXXVIII, 1978, 3

Charles W. McCurdy, American Law and the Marketing Structure of the Large Corporation, 1875-1890, p. 631
Lars G. Sandberg, Banking and Economic Growth in Sweden before World War I, p. 650
Charles A. Keene, American Shipping and Trade, 1798-1820. The Evidence from Leghorn, p. 681
Robert O. Heavner, Indentured Servitude: The Philadelphia Market, 1771-1773, p. 701
Vernon W. Ruttan, Structural Retardation and the Modernization of French Agriculture: A Skeptical View, p. 714

Charles P. Kindleberger, The Twentieth Century Fontana, p. 729

Editors’ Notes, p. 734
Reviews of Books, p. 737
Book Notes, p. 835

a. XXXVIII, 1978, 2


George W. Grantham, The Diffusion of the New Husbandry in Northern France, 1815-1 840, p. 311
Gary D. Libecap, Economic Variables and the Development of the Law: The Case of Western Mineral Rights, p. 338
Jennifer Tann, Marketing Methods in the International Steam Engine Market: The Case of Boulton and Watt, p. 363
Edwin J. Perkins, Foreign Interest Rates in American Financial Markets: A Revised Series of Dollar-Sterling Exchange Rates, 1835-1900, p. 392
Vali Jamal, Taxation and Inequality in Uganda, 1900-1964, p. 418
Bernard Sarachek, American Entrepreneurs and the Horatio Alger Myth, p. 439

Jeremy Atack, Economies of Scale in Western River Steamboating: A Comment, p. 457
Erik F. Haites, James Mak, Economies of Scale in Western River Steamboating: A Reply, p. 467
K. Gary Grant, The Rate of Settlement of the Canadian Prairies, 1870-1911: A Comment, p. 471
Kenneth H. Norrie, The Rate of Settlement of the Canadian Prairies, 1870-1911: A Reply, p. 474
John Komlos, The Kreditbanken and German Growth: A Postscript, p. 476
Hugh Neuburger, Houston H. Stokes, German Banks and German Growth: Reply to Komlos, p. 480
John Komlos, Rejoinder, p. 483
Claudia D. Goldin, Frank D. Lewis, The Post-Bellum Recovery of the South and the Cost of the Civil War: Comment, p. 487
Peter Temin, Reply to Goldin and Lewis, p. 493

Dorothy Ross, Professionalism and the Transformation of American Social Thought, p. 494
Charles E. Freedeman, French Economic and Social History from the Revolution to the 1880s, p. 500

Editors’ Notes, p. 507
Reviews of Books, p. 513
Book Notes, p. 619

a. XXXVIII, 1978, 1


Jonathan R. T. Hughes, Joel Mokyr, Introduction, p. 1
David S. Landes, On Avoiding Babel, p. 3
Donald McCloskey, The Achievements of the Cliometric School, p. 13
Jon S. Cohen, The Achievements of Economic History: The Marxist School, p. 29
Robert Forster, Achievements of the Annales School, p. 58
Douglass C. North, Discussion, p. 77
Joseph D. Reid Jr., Economic Burden: Spark to the American Revolution?, p. 81
Jacob Metzer, Economic Structure and National Goals-the Jewish National Home in Interwar Palestine, p. 101
Edward D. Berkowitz, Kim McQuaid, Businessman and Bureaucrat: The Evolution of the American Social Welfare System, 1900-1940, p. 120
Stephen DeCanio, Discussion, p. 143
Philip Friedman, An Econometric Model of National Income, Commercial Policy and the Level of International Trade: The Open Economies of Europe, 1924-1938, p. 148
Maurizio Vaudagna, Structural Economic Change in Fascist Italy, p. 181
Donald Moggridge, Discussion, p. 202
Robert Higgs, Landless by Law: Japanese Immigrants in California Agriculture to 1941, p. 205
Gordon W. Kirk, Carolyn T. Kirk, The Immigrant, Economic Opportunity, and Type of Settlement in Nineteenth-Century America, p. 226
Arcadius Kahan, Economic Choices and Opportunities: The Jewish Immigrants, 1880-1914, p. 235
Joan U. Hannon, Discussion, p. 252

Summaries of Research Workshops by: Jan De Vries, Alexander J. Field, Fred a. Carstensen, Morris Morris, Paul Glenn Munyon, p. 256

Summaries of Doctoral Dissertations by:Jeremy Atack, Larry Blain, Leonard Carlson, Rolf Dumke, Joan Hannon, Thomas Huertas, John Lyons, Carl Mosk, Pamela Nickless, Richard Steckel, p. 268

Richard A. Easterlin, Dorothy Stahl Brady, 1903-1977, p. 301

Editors’ Notes, p. 304

a. XXXVII, 1977, 4


Billy G. Smith, Death and Life in a Colonial Immigrant City: A Demographic Analysis of Philadelphia, p. 863
David F. Good, Financial Integration in Late Nineteenth-Century Austria, p. 890
Frank C. Costigliola, Anglo-American Financial Rivalry in the 1920s, p. 911
Ryoshin Minami, Mechanical Power in the Industrialization of Japan, p. 935
Mark D. Schmitz, Economies of Scale and Farm Size in the Antebellum Sugar Sector, p. 959
Joel Mokyr, Demand vs. Supply in the Industrial Revolution, p. 981
David A. Martin, The Changing Role of Foreign Money in the United States, 1782-1857, p. 1009

Bernard Bailyn, French Historical Method: The Annales Paradigm. By Traian Stoianovich, 1028

Editors’ Notes, p. 1035
Reviews of Books, p. 1040
Book Notes, p. 1106

a. XXXVII, 1977, 3


Rainer Fremdling, Railroads and German Economic Growth: A Leading Sector Analysis with a Comparison to the United States and Great Britain, p. 583
Robert C. Allen, The Peculiar Productivity History of American Blast Furnaces, 1840-1913, p. 605
Paul Glenn Munyon, A Critical Review of Estimates of Net Income from Agriculture for 1880 and 1900: New Hampshire, A Case Study, p. 634
Carl A. Mosk, Demographic Transition in Japan, p. 655
Carole Shammas, The Determinants of Personal Wealth in Seventeenth Century England and America, p. 675
Irving Stone, British Direct and Portfolio Investment in Latin America Before 1914, p. 690
Paul F. McGouldrick, Michael B. Tannen, Did American Manufacturers Discriminate Against Immigrants Before 1914?, p. 723

Albert W. Niemi Jr., Inequality in the Distribution of Slave Wealth: The Cotton South and Other Southern Agricultural Regions, p. 747

Richard C. Levin, Perspectives on Contemporary Capitalism, p. 755
Selwyn Cornish, Recent Writing in Indian Economic History, p. 762

Editors’ Notes, p. 767
Reviews of Books, p. 769
Book Notes, p. 855

a. XXXVII, 1977, Special Issue

Foreword, p. IV
By-Laws of the Economic History Association, p. V
Questionnaire, p. X
List of Abbreviations, p. XI
Specialty Code, p. XIV
Biographies, p. 1
List of Members by Fields of Specialization, p. 101
Geographical List of Members, p. 126
Institutions Granting PhD, p. 139
Supplement (Late Biographies), p. 140

a. XXXVII, 1977, 2


Gerald W. Day, Manuel and the Genoese: A Reappraisal of Byzantine Commercial Policy in the Late Twelfth Century, p. 289
Joseph D. Reid Jr., Understanding Political Events in the New Economic History, p. 302
Scott M. Eddie, The Terms and Patterns of Hungarian Foreign Trade, 1882-1913, p. 329
Ts’ui-Jung Liu, John C. H. Fei, An Analysis of the Land Tax Burden in China, 1650-1865, p. 359
Donald L. Winters, Tenancy as an Economic Institution: The Growth and Distribution of Agricultural Tenancy in Iowa, 1850-1900, p. 382
David Eltis, The Export of Slaves from Africa, 1821-1843, p. 409
Laurence J. Kotlikoff, Sebastian E. Pinera, The Old South’s Stake in the Inter-Regional Movement of Slaves, 1850-1860, p. 434

Lewis R. Jones, “The Mechanization of Reaping and Mowing in American Agriculture, 1833-1870”: Comment, p. 451

Gaston a. Rimlinger, Unity and Diversity in African Development, p. 456
Edwin M. Truman, The International Monetary System in Review, p. 461
Martin Bronfenbrenner, Four Contributions to Doctrinal History, p. 466

Editors’ Notes, p. 472
Reviews of Books, p. 477
Book Notes, p. 573

a. XXXVII, 1977, 1


John P. McKay, Paul J. Uselding, Introduction, p. 1
Robert E. Gallman, Some Notes on the New Social History, p. 3
Earl J. Hamilton, The Role of War in Modern Inflation, p. 13
Larry D. Neal, Interpreting Power and Profit in Economic History: A Case Study of the Seven Years War, p. 20
John H. Morrow Jr., Industrial Mobilization in World War I: The Prussian Army and the Aircraft Industry, p. 36
Joseph D. Reid Jr., Rolf H. Dumke, Discussion, p. 52
A. J. R. Russell-Wood, Technology and Society: The Impact of Gold Mining on the Institution of Slavery in Portuguese America, p. 59
Joseph Love, Discussion, p. 84
Claudia Goldin, Female Labor Force Participation: The Origin of Black and White Differences, 1870 and 1880, p. 87
Harold D. Woodman, Discussion, p. 109
Kozo Yamamura, Success Illgotten? The Role of Meiji Militarism in Japan’s Technological Progress, p. 113
Richard Rice, Discussion, p. 136
Anita B. Baker, Community and Growth: Muddling Through with Russian Credit Cooperatives, p. 139
Edward Ames, Richard T. Rapp, The Birth and Death of Taxes: A Hypothesis, p. 161
James Millar, Discussion, p. 179
Fredric Cheyette, The Origins of European Villages and the First European Expansion, p. 182
Ambrose Raftis, Discussion, p. 207
Gaston Rimlinger, Labor and the Government: A Comparative Historical Perspective, p. 210
: William H. Sewell Jr., Discussion, p. 226

Summaries of Research Workshops by:William Parker, Stephen DeCanio, Herman Freudenberger, Klaus Wolff, Marvin McInnis, Glenn Porter, Harry Scheiber, Joan Scott, p. 230

Summaries of Doctoral Dissertations by: Fred a. Carstensen, Geoffrey Gilbert, William J. Hausman, George J. Lame, Moses S. Musoke, Paul F. Paskoff, townsend Walker, Lee S. Weissbach, p. 245
Richard Roehl, Fred Bateman, Discussion, p. 272

Editors’ Notes, p. 281

a. XXXVI, 1976, 4


Marie Elizabeth Sushka, The Antebellum Money Market and the Economic Impact of the Bank War, p. 809
Paul Gregory, Joel W. Sailors, Russian Monetary Policy and Industrialization, 1861-1913, p. 836
Thomas F. McIlwraith, Freight Capacity and Utilization of the Erie and Great Lakes Canals before 1850, p. 852
John A. James, The Development of the National Money Market, 1893-1911, p. 878
Peter Temin, The Post-Bellum Recovery of the South and the Cost of the Civil War, p. 898

William J. Kelly, Railroad Development and Market Integration in Tsarist Russia: Evidence on Oil Products and Grain, p. 908
Jacob Metzer, Railroad Development and Market Integration in Tsarist Russia: A Rejoinder, p. 917

Harry Scheiber, Poetry, Prosaism, and Analysis in American Agricultural History, p. 919

Editors’ Notes, p. 928
Reviews of Books, p. 931
Book Notes, p. 1011

a. XXXVI, 1976, 3


William D. Grampp, Scots, Jews, and Subversives Among the Dismal Scientists, p. 543
Heywood Fleisig, Slavery, the Supply of Agricultural Labor, and the Industrialization of the South, p. 572
N. F. R. Crafts, J. Ireland, Family Limitation and the English Demographic Revolution: A Simulation Approach, p. 598
Simeon J. Crowther, Urban Growth in the Mid-Atlantic States, 1785-1850, p. 624
Dennis M. P. McCarthy, Media as Ends: Money and the Underdevelopment of Tanganyika to 1940, p. 645
Ian M. Drummond, The Russian Gold Standard, 1897-1914, p. 663
Erik Haites, James Mak, Economies of Scale in Western River Steamboating, p. 689

Jacob M. Price, A Note on the Value of Colonial Exports in Shipping, p. 704

Richard Roehl, A Medieval Feast, p. 725
Stanley E. Engerman, A Guide for the Perplexed, p. 729

Editors’ Notes, p. 732
Reviews of Books, p. 735

a. XXXVI, 1976, 2


Jeffrey G. Williamson, American Prices and Urban Inequality Since 1820, p. 303
Michael R. Haines, Population and Economic Change in Nineteenth-Century Eastern Europe: Prussian Upper Silesia, 1840-1913, p. 334
Don R. Leet, The Determinants of the Fertility Transition in Antebellum Ohio, p. 359
Roger H. Hinderliter, Hugh Rockoff, Banking Under the Gold Standard: An Analysis of Liquidity Management in the Leading Financial Centers, p. 379
Richard Pomfret, The Mechanization of Reaping in Nineteenth-Century Ontario: A Case Study of the Pace and Causes of the Diffusion of Embodied Technical Change, p. 399

Rainer Fremdling, Richard Tilly, German Banks, German Growth, and Econometric History, p. 416
Hugh M. Neuberger, Houston H. Stokes, German Banks and German Growth: Reply, p. 425
Paul Uselding, A Note on the Inter-Regional Trade in Manufactures in 1840, p. 428
Michel Morineau, The Agricultural Revolution in Nineteenth-Century France: Comment, p. 436
William H. Newell, The Agricultural Revolution in Nineteenth-Century France: Reply, p. 438

Editors’ Notes, p. 439
Reviews of Books, p. 450
Book Notes, p. 530

a. XXXVI, 1976, 1


Robert E. Gallman, Introduction, p. 1
Rondo Cameron, Economic History, Pure and Applied, p. 3
Research Workshops,(Summaries of Research Workshops by: Joel Mokyr, Ben Baack, Joseph D. Reid Jr., Richard Bean, Trevor J. O. Dick, Thomas J. Weiss, Dennis M. P. McCarthy), p. 28
Richard A. Easterlin, Population Change and Farm Settlement in the Northern United States, p. 45
Allan G. Bogue, Richard A. Easterlin, Discussion, p. 76
Tom E. Terrill, Eager Hands: Labor for Southern Textiles, 1850-1860, p. 84
H. M. Gitelman, Discussion, p. 100
Duane E. Ball, Gary M. Walton, Agricultural Productivity Change in Eighteenth-Century Pennsylvania, p. 102
Russell Menard, Discussion, p. 118
David P. Gagan, The Indivisibility of Land: A Microanalysis of the System of Inheritance in Nineteenth-Century Ontario, p. 126
Marvin McInnis, Discussion, p. 142
Stanley Lebergott, Are the Rich Getting Richer? Trends in U.S. Wealth Concentration, p. 147
Lee Soltow, Discussion, p. 163
J. R. T. Hughes, Krooss on Executive Opinion, p. 166
Richard Sylla, Forgotten Men of Money: Private Bankers in Early U.S. History, p. 173
Lance E. Davis, Thomas C. Cochran, Discussion, p. 189
Robert a. Eagly, a. Kerry Smith, Domestic and International Integration of the London Money Market, 1731-1789, p. 198
Stephen B. Baxter, Discussion, p. 213
Alan Green, M. C. Urquhart, Factor and Commodity Flows in the International Economy of 1870-1914: A Multi-Country View, p. 217
Michael Edelstein, Discussion, p. 253

Summaries of Doctoral Dissertations by: Charles W. Cheape, Alexander James Field, Robert Gottfried, John A. James, Joel Mokyr, Alan R. Richards, James Andrew Schmiechen, Peter Wallenstein, p. 259
Paul Uselding, Jan De Vries, Discussion, p. 291

a. XXXV, 1975, 4


Stefano Fenoaltea, Authority, Efficiency, and Agricultural Organization in Medieval England and Beyond: A Hypothesis, p. 693
W. W. Rostow, Kondratieff, Schumpeter, and Kuznets: Trend Periods Revisited, p. 719
Stanley E. Hilton, Vargas and Brazilian Economic Development, 1930-1945: A Reappraisal of his Attitude toward Industrialization and Planning, p. 754
Robert Stein, The Profitability of the Nantes Slave Trade, 1783-1792, p. 779
Donald R. Adams Jr., Residential Construction Industry in the Early Nineteenth Century, p. 794

Hugh O. J. Aitken, In the Beginning …, p. 817
Thomas W. Blomquist, De Roover on Business, Banking, and Economic Thought, p. 821

Editors’ Notes, p. 831
Reviews of Books, p. 837

a. XXXV, 1975, 3


Richard T. Rapp, The Unmaking of the Mediterranean Trade Hegemony: International Trade Rivalry and the Commercial Revolution, p. 499
Gavin Wright, Howard Kunreuther, Cotton, Corn and Risk in the Nineteenth Century, p. 526
Heywood Fleisig, The Central Pacific Railroad and the Railroad Land Grant Controversy, p. 552
Barbara G. Katz, Purges and Production: Soviet Economic Growth, 1928-1940, p. 567
Gene Smiley, Interest Rate Movement in the United States, 1888-1913, p. 591
Giorgio Canarella, John A. Tomaske, The Optimal Utilization of Slaves, p. 621

Archibald R. Lewis, Medieval Social and Economic History as Viewed by North American Medievalists, p. 630
Albert W. Niemi Jr., Journal Publication Performance of Economic History Programs: 1960-1969 and 1970-1974, p. 635

Editors’ Notes, p. 642
Reviews of Books, p. 646

a. XXXV, 1975, 2

Claudia G. Goldin, Frank D. Lewis, The Economic Cost of the American Civil War: Estimates and Implications, p. 299
Alan L. Olmstead, The Mechanization of Reaping and Mowing in American Agriculture, 1833-1870, p. 327
Graydon R. Henning, Keith Trace, Britain and the Motorship: A Case of the Delayed Adoption of New Technology?, p. 353
Stefano Fenoaltea, The Rise and Fall of A Theoretical Model: The Manorial System, p. 386
K. H. Norrie, The Rate of Settlement of the Canadian Prairies, 1870-1911, p. 410
Richard O. Edwards, Stages in Corporate Stability and the Risks of Corporate Failure, p. 428

R. Taylor Dennen, Cattle Trailing in the Nineteenth Century, p. 458
David W. Galenson, Cattle Trails, Quarantine Laws, and Falling Profits: A Reply to Mr. Dennen, p. 461

Editors’ Notes, p. 467
Reviews of Books, p. 468

a. XXXV, 1975, 1


Sylvia L. Thrupp, Comparative Study in the Barnyard, p. 1
Frederic O. Lane, The Role of Governments in Economic Growth in Early Modern Times, p. 8
Douglass O. North, Robert Paul Thomas, Discussion, p. 18
O. P. Kindleberger, The Rise of Free Trade in Western Europe, 1820-1875, p. 20
John R. Lampe, Varieties of Unsuccessful Industrialization: The Balkan States Before 1914, p. 56
Paul M. Hohenberg, John P. McKay, Discussion, p. 86
Edward Reynolds, Economic Imperialism: The Case of the Gold Coast, p. 94
Michael Monteón, The British in the Atacama Desert: The Cultural Bases of Economic Imperialism, p. 117
D. M. P. McCarthy, Discussion, p. 134
Anna Jacobson Schwartz, Monetary Trends in the United States and the United Kingdom, 1878-1970: Selected Findings, p. 138
Hugh T. Rockoff, Varieties of Banking and Regional Economic Development In the United States, 1840-1860, p. 160
Fred Bateman, Thomas Weiss, Comparative Regional Development in Antebellum Manufacturing, p. 182
Edward P. Duggan, George D. Green, Discussion, p. 209
Raymond W. Goldsmith, The Quantitative International Comparison of Financial Structure and Development, p. 216
Hugh M. Neuburger, Houston H. Stokes, German Banking and Japanese Banking: A Comparative Analysis, p. 238

Summaries of Doctoral Dissertations by: Duane E. Ball, Paul G. E. Clemens, David A. Denslow Jr., Lawrence A. Herbst, Diane L. Lindstrom, Benjamin Ravid, Marie Elisabeth Sushka, p. 253
Harry Scheiber, Richard Sylla, Discussion, p. 286

Editor’s Notes, p. 296

a. XXXIV, 1974, 4

Alan L. Olmstead, New York City Mutual Savings Bank Portfolio Management and Trustee Objectives, p. 815
Richard H. Timberlake, Denominational Factors in Nineteenth-Century Currency Experience, p. 835
Peter H. Lindert, Land Scarcity and American Growth, p. 851
Robert Paul Thomas, Richard Nelson Bean, The Fishers of Men: The Profits of the Slave Trade, p. 885
Gerald Gunderson, The Origin of the American Civil War, p. 915
Frank B. Tipton Jr., Farm Labor and Power Politics: Germany, 1850-1914, p. 951
Michael Edelstein, The Determinants of U.K. Investment Abroad, 1870-1913: The U.S. Case, p. 980

Robert P. Swierenga, The Equity Effects of Public Land Speculation in Iowa: Large Versus Small Speculators, p. 1008

Editor’s Notes, p. 1021
Reviews of Books, p. 1022

a. XXXIV, 1974, 3

Jacob Metzer, Railroad Development and Market Integration: The Case of Tsarist Russia, p. 529
Philip Coelho, James Shepherd, Differences in Regional Prices: The United States, 1851-1880, p. 551
John D. Bowman, Richard H. Keehn, Agricultural Terms of Trade in Four Midwestern States, 1870-1900, p. 592
Gavin Wright, Cotton Competition and the Post-Bellum Recovery of the American South, p. 601
Jeffrey G. Williamson, Watersheds and Turning Points: Conjectures on the Long-Term Impact of Civil War Financing, p. 636
Michelle Burge McAlpin, Railroads, Prices, and Peasant Rationality: India, 1860-1900, p. 662
Albro Martin, Railroads and the Equity Receivership: An Essay on Institutional Change, p. 685
Hugh Neuburger, Houston H. Stokes, German Banks and German Growth, 1883-1913: An Empirical View, p. 710

Jay R. Mandle, The Plantation States as a Sub-Region of the Post-Bellum South, p. 732

Paul David, Peter Temin, Slavery: The Progressive Institution?, p. 739

Editor’s Notes, p. 784
Reviews of Books, p. 785

a. XXXIV, 1974, 2

John D. Post, A Study in Meteorological and Trade Cycle History: The Economic Crisis Following the Napoleonic Wars, p. 315
David Galenson, The End of the Chisholm Trail, p. 350
Joel Mokyr, The Industrial Revolution in the Low Countries In the First Half of the Nineteenth Century: A Comparative Case Study, p. 365
Edward Meeker, The Social Rate of Return on Investment in Public Health, 1880-1910, p. 392
Stephen DeCanio, Productivity and Income Distribution in the Post-Bellum South, p. 422
Arthur Fraas, The Second Bank of the United States: An Instrument for an Interregional Monetary Union, p. 447
Robert Higgs, Patterns of Farm Rental in the Georgia Cotton Belt, 1880-1900, p. 468

Alan L. Olmstead, Davis vs. Bigelow Revisited: Antebellum American Interest Rates, p. 483
Lloyd J. Mercer, Building Ahead of Demand: Some Evidence Railroads for the Land Grant Railroads, p. 492

Editor’s Note, p. 501
Reviews of Books, p. 502

a. XXXIV, 1974, 1


Douglass C. North, Beyond the New Economic History, p. 1
Andrew M. Watson, The Arab Agricultural Revolution and its Diffusion, 700-1100, p. 8
R. Keith Aufhauser, Slavery and Technological Change, p. 36
Robert Evenson, International Diffusion of Agrarian Technology, p. 51
Thomas E. Glick, Heywood Fleisig, Ralph W. Cummings Jr., Discussion, p. 74
Eric H. Robinson, The Early Diffusion of Steam Power, p. 91
James E. Brittain, The International Diffusion of Electrical Power Technology, 1870-1920, p. 108
Richard B. Du Boff, Thomas Parke Hughes, Discussion, p. 122
Yujiro Hayami, Conditions for the Diffusion. of Agricultural Technology: An Asian Perspective, p. 131
Gary Saxonhouse, A Tale of Japanese Technological Diffusion in the Meiji Period, p. 149
Mira Wilkins, The Role of Private Business in the International Diffusion of Technology, p. 166
Kozo Yamamura, Discussion, p. 189
David Felix, Technological Dualism in Late Industrializers: On Theory, History, and Policy, p. 194
Alexander Eckstein, Kang Chao, John Chang, The Economic Development of Manchuria: The Rise of a Frontier Economy, p. 239
Peter Mathias, Discussion, p. 265

Summaries of Doctoral Dissertations by: Jonathan James Pincus, Trevor J. O. Dick, Edward P. Duggan, Robert Klepper, Don R. Leet, Gloria L. Main, Daniel Pope, Allen R. Sanderson, Austin H. Spencer, p. 273
Gavin Wright, Paul Hohenberg, Discussion, p. 304

Editor’s Notes, p. 313

a. XXXIII, 1973, 4

William H. Newell, The Agricultural Revolution in Nineteenth-Century France, p. 697
J. C. Riley, Dutch Investment in Prance, 1781-1787, p. 732
David Ringrose, The Impact of a New Capital City: Madrid, Toledo, and New Castile, 1560-1606, p. 761
Don C. Reading, New Deal Activity and the States, 1933 to 1939, p. 792
R. Keith Aufhauser, Slavery and Scientific Management, p. 811
David A. Martin, 1853: The End of Bimetallism in the United States, p. 825

David F. Good, Backwardness and the Role of Banking in Nineteenth-Century European Industrialization, p. 845
Tsuneo Ishikawa, Conceptualization of Learning by Doing: A Note on Paul David’s “Learning by Doing and … the Ante-Bellum United States Cotton Textile Industry”, p. 851
William W. Brown, Morgan O. Reynolds, Debt Peonage Re-examined, p. 862

Editor’s Notes, p. 872
Reviews of Books, p. 875

a. XXXIII, 1973, 3

Kozo Yamamura, Toward a Reexamination of the Economic History of tokugawa Japan, 1600-1867, p. 509
W. W. Rostow, The Beginnings of Modern Growth in Europe: An Essay in Synthesis, p. 547
Jeffrey G. Williamson, Late Nineteenth-Century American Retardation: A Neoclassical Analysis, p. 581
Stephen DeCanio, Cotton “Overproduction” in Late Nineteenth-Century Southern Agriculture, p. 608
Robert Paul Thomas, Terry L. Anderson, White Population, Labor Force and Extensive Growth of the New England Economy in the Seventeenth Century, p. 634

Editor’s Notes, p. 668
Reviews of Books, p. 669

a. XXXIII, 1973, 2

Haim Barkai, The Macro-Economics of Tsarist Russia in the Industrialization Era: Monetary Developments, the Balance of Payments and the Gold Standard, p. 369
C. K. Harley, On the Persistence of Old Techniques: The Case of North American Wooden Shipbuilding, p. 372
Mark Aldrich, Flexible Exchange Rates, Northern Expansion, and the Market for Southern Cotton: 1866-1879, p. 399
Anthony F. Herbst, Joseph S. K. Wu, Some Evidence of Subsidization: The U.S. Trucking Industry, 1900-1920, p. 417

Christopher J. French, Eighteenth-Century Shipping tonnage Measurements, p. 434
James Mak, Gary M. Walton, The Persistence of Old Technologies: The Case of Flatboats, p. 444

Gavin Wright, New and Old Views on the Economics of Slavery, p. 452

Editor’s Notes, p. 467
Reviews of Books, p. 470

a. XXXIII, 1973, 1

Edited by Allan C. Bogue and Lance Davis

Alfred D. Chandler Jr., Decision Making and Modern Institutional Change, p. 1
Armen Alchian, Harold Demsetz, The Property Rights Paradigm, p. 16
R. M. Hartwell, Good Old Economic History, p. 28
Svetozar Pejovich, Discussion, p. 41
Stanley Engerman, Some Considerations Relating to Property Rights in Man, p. 43
Claudia Dale Goldin, The Economics of Emancipation, p. 66
Arcadius Kahan, Notes on Serfdom in Western and Eastern Europe, p. 86
John R. Meyer, Discussion, p. 100
Joseph D. Reid, Sharecropping As An Understandable Market Response-The Post-Bellum South, p. 106
Richard Sutch, Roger Ransom, The Ex-Slave in the Post-Bellum South: A Study of the Economic Impact of Racism in a Market Environment, p. 131
Robert Higgs, Race, Tenure, and Resource Allocation in Southern Agriculture, 1910, p. 149
Gavin Wright, Discussion, p. 170
Clyde Reed, Transactions Costs and Differential Growth in Seventeenth Century Western Europe, p. 177
Jan Devries, On the Modernity of the Dutch Republic, p. 191
Richard Bean, War and the Birth of the Nation State, p. 203
David Ringrose, Richard Roehl, Discussions, p. 222
Harry Scheiber, Property Law, Expropriation, and Resource Allocation by Government: The United States, 1789-1910, p. 232
Robert Keller, Factor Income Distribution in the United States During the 1920’s: A Reexamination of Fact and Theory, p. 252
Phillip Raup, Corporate Farming in the United States, p. 274
Lloyd J. Mercer, Peter Passell, Discussions, p. 291

Summaries of Doctoral Dissertations by: Terry L. Anderson, Michael R. Haines, John R. Hanson II, Glenn Hueckel, Charles K. Hyde, Jacob Metzer, Edwin J. Perkins, Dale E. Swan, p. 299
Gary M. Walton, Morton Rothstein, Discussions, p. 326

Editor’s Notes, p. 336

a. XXXII, 1972, 4

James F. Shepherd, Samuel H. Williamson, The Coastal Trade of the British North American Colonies, 1768-1772, p. 783
Alan L. Olmstead, Investment Constraints and New York City Mutual Savings Bank Financing of Antebellum Development, p. 811
Donald R. Adams Jr., The Bank of Stephen Girard, 1812-1831, p. 841
George Garvy, Banking Under the Tsars and the Soviets, p. 869
Herbert S. Klein, The Portuguese Slave Trade from Angola in the Eighteenth Century, p. 894
Thomas Weiss, The Industrial Distribution of the Urban and Rural Workforces: Estimates for the United States, 1870-1910, p. 919

Andrew Jones, The Rise and Fall of the Manorial System: A Critical Comment, p. 938

Reviews of Books, p. 945

a. XXXII, 1972, 3

James Mak, Gary M. Walton, Steamboats and the Great Productivity Surge in River Transportation, p. 619
Roger L. Ransom, Richard Sutch, Debt Peonage in the Cotton South After the Civil War, p. 641
Paul J. Uselding, Factor Substitution and Labor Productivity Growth in American Manufacturing, 1839-1899, p. 670

Lloyd J. Mercer, W. Douglas Morgan, Internal Funds and Automobile Industry Investment: An Evaluation of the Seltzer Hypothesis, p. 682
Jeffrey G. Williamson, Embodiment, Disembodiment, Learning by Doing, and Returns to Scale in Nineteenth-Century Cotton Textiles, p. 691
Paul A. David, The Use and Abuse of Prior Information in Econometric History; A Rejoinder to Professor Williamson on the Antebellum Cotton Textile Industry, p. 706

Pieter C. Emmer, The History of the Dutch Slave Trade, A Bibliographical Survey, p. 728

Editor’s Notes, p. 748
Reviews of Books, p. 749

a. XXXII, 1972, 2

Ephraim Asher, Industrial Efficiency and Biased Technical Change in American and British Manufacturing: The Case of Textiles in the Nineteenth Century, p. 431
Stanley L. Engerman, Some Economic Issues Relating to Railroad Subsidies and the Evaluation of Land Grants, p. 443
Anne Mayhew, A Reappraisal of the Causes of Farm Protest in the United States, 1870-1900, p. 464
Richard Roll, Interest Rates and Price Expectations During the Civil War, p. 476
William P. Gramm, The Real-Balance Effect in the Great Depression, p. 499
Robert Seidel, American Reformers Abroad: The Kemmerer Missions in South America, 1923-1931, p. 520

Irving Stone, British Investment in Argentina, p. 546

Editor’s Notes, p. 548
Reviews of Books, p. 551

a. XXXII, 1972, 1

Edited by Robert W. Fogel

Robert W. Fogel, Current Directions in Economic History, p. 1
Ralph W. Hidy, The Road We Are Traveling, p. 3
Donald McCloskey, The Enclosure of Open Fields: Preface to a Study of Its Impact on the Efficiency of English Agriculture in the Eighteenth Century, p. 15
John McManus, An Economic Analysis of Indian Behavior in the North American Fur Trade, p. 36
William M. Landes, Lewis C. Solmon, Compulsory Schooling Legislation: An Economic Analysis of Law and Social Change in the Nineteenth Century, p. 54
Stephen Salsbury, Earl Finbar Murphy, Discussions, p. 92
Alice Hanson Jones, Wealth Estimates for the New England Colonies About 1770, p. 98
James F. Shepherd, Gary M. Walton, Trade, Distribution, and Economic Growth in Colonial America, p. 128
John J. McCusker, Sources of Investment Capital in the Colonial Philadelphia Shipping Industry, p. 146
Jackson Turner Main, Richard Sheridan, Roger Weiss, Discussions, p. 158
Daniel Scott Smith, The Demographic History of Colonial New England, p. 165
Maris A. Vinovskis, Mortality Rates and Trends in Massachusetts Before 1860, p. 184
Joseph J. Spengler, Richard Sutch, Discussions, p. 214
Paul Hohenberg, Change in Rural France in the Period of Industrialization, 1830-1914, p. 219
Franklin F. Mendels, Proto-industrialization: The First Phase of the Industrialization Process, p. 241
Maureen F. Mazzaoui, The Cotton Industry of Northern Italy in the Late Middle Ages: 1150-1450, p. 262
David M. Landes, Sylvia Thrupp, Tom Kessinger, Discussions, p. 287
Scott M. Eddie, The Terms of Trade as a Tax on Agriculture: Hungary’s Trade with Austria, 1883-1913, p. 298
Robert B. Zevin, An Interpretation of American Imperialism, p. 316
Robert Brenner, The Social Basis of English Commercial Expansion, 1550-1650, p. 361
Martin Bronfenbrenner, William Woodruff, Arcadius Kahan, Discussions, p. 385

Summaries of Doctoral Dissertations by: Edith M. Lang, Stephen DeCanio, Lucius F. Ellsworth, Lester G. Lindley, Richard Nelson Bean, James R. Golden, E. Phillip Leveen, Hugh Rockoff, p. 393
Clarence H. Danhof, Peter D. McClelland, Discussions, p. 421

Editor’s Notes, p. 428

a. XXXI, 1971, 4

Allen C. Kelley, Jeffrey G. Williamson, Writing History Backwards: Meiji Japan Revisited, p. 729
Douglass C. North, Robert Paul Thomas, The Rise and Fall of the Manorial System: A Theoretical Model, p. 777
Jean Sylvain Weiller, Long-run Tendencies in Foreign Trade: With a Statistical Study of French Foreign Trade Structure, 1871-1939, p. 804
Lee Soltow, Economic Inequality in the United States in the Period from 1790 to 1860, p. 822
John A. Tomaske, The Determinants of Intercountry Differences in European Emigration: 1881-1900, p. 840
Donald Schaefer, Thomas Weiss, The Use of Simulation Techniques in Historical Analysis: Railroads versus Canals, p. 854
Lowell E. Gallaway, Richard K. Vedder, Emigration from the United Kingdom to the United States: 1860-1913, p. 885
Nachum Gross, Economic Growth and the Consumption of Coal in Austria and Hungary, 1831-1913, p. 898
Peter Passell, The Impact of Cotton Land Distribution on the Antebellum Economy, p. 917

Editor’s Notes, p. 938
Reviews of Books, p. 940

a. XXXI, 1971, 3

David Klingaman, Food Surpluses and Deficits in the American Colonies, 1768-1772, p. 553
Maris A. Vinovskis, The 1789 Life Table of Edward Wigglesworth, p. 570
William K. Hutchinson, Samuel H. Williamson, The Self-Sufficiency of the Antebellum South: Estimates of the Food Supply, p. 591
Lowell E. Gallaway, Richard K. Vedder, Mobility of Native Americans, p. 613
A. G. Ford, British Investment in Argentina and Long Swings, 1808-1941, p. 650

David Bunting, The Truth About “The Truth About the Trusts”, p. 664
Yhi-Min Ho, On Taiwan’s Agricultural Transformation Under Colonialism: A Critique, p. 672
Samuel Pao-San Ho, Agricultural Transformation Under Colonialism: Reply and Further Observations, p. 682

Editor’s Notes, p. 694
Reviews of Books, p. 695

a. XXXI, 1971, 2

William W. McCormick, Charles M. Franks, A Self-Generating Model of Long-Swings for the American Economy, 1860-1940, p. 295
Reed Browning, The Duke of Newcastle and the Financing of the Seven Years’ War, p. 344
Kozo Yamamura, The Increasing Poverty of the Samurai in tokugawa Japan, 1600-1868, p. 378
Mark Aldrich, Earnings of American Civil Engineers, 1820-1859, p. 407
Robert Higgs, Race, Skills, and Earnings: American Immigrants in 1909, p. 420
Vincent J. Tarascio, Keynes on the Sources of Economic Growth, p. 429

Jackson Turner Main, Trends in Wealth Concentration Before 1860, p. 445

Editor’s Notes, p. 448
Reviews of Books, p. 451

a. XXXI, 1971, 1

Published in Memory of Edwin F. Gay

Papers Presented at the Thirtieth Annual Meeting of the Economic History Association
Edited by Alfred D. Chandler Jr., and Louis Galambos

An Anniversary Message, p. 1
William Parker, From Old to New to Old in Economic History, p. 3
Albert Fishlow, Robert W. Fogel, Quantitative Economic History. An Interim Evaluation Past Trends and Present Tendencies, p. 15
Joseph Swanson, Jeffrey Williamson, Explanations and Issues: A Prospectus for Quantitative Economic History, p. 43
Peter Temin, General-Equilibrium Models in Economic History, p. 58
Walt W. Rostow, Discussion, p. 76
James H. Soltow, American Institutional Studies: Present Knowledge and Past Trends, p. 87
Arthur M. Johnson, Agenda for the 1970’s: The Firm and the Industry, p. 106
Douglass O. North, Institutional Change and Economic Growth, p. 118
Ralph L. Andreano, Discussion, p. 126
Francois Crouzet, The Economic History of Modern Europe, p. 135
David Herlihy, The Economy of Traditional Europe, p. 153
Robert S. Lopez, Agenda for Medieval Studies, p. 165
Harry Miskimin, Agenda for Early Modern Economic History, p. 172
Charles Tilly, Richard Tilly, Agenda for European Economic History, p. 184
Kozo Yamamura, Agenda for Asian Economic History, p. 199
David Cohen, Agenda for African Economic History, p. 208
Stanley J. Stein, Shane J. Hunt, Principal Currents in the Economic Historiography of Latin America, p. 222
Henry Rosovsky, Discussion, p. 254

Summaries of Doctoral Dissertations by: Peter J. Hill, Paul Uselding, Jan De Vries, Franklin Mendels, Alan L. Olmstead, Clayne Pope, Charles E. Seagrave, Mary J. Oates, p. 259
Stanley Engerman, James P. Baughman, Discussion, p. 285

Editor’s Note, p. 293