Introducing the new edition of 20th Century Britain: Economic, Cultural and Social Change
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The race between education and technology in the Global South
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In this blog post, Ewout Frankema of Wageningen University & Research and Marlous van Waijenburg of Harvard Business School ..read more
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The impact of empire on U.S. exports before WWII
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By Antonio Tena Junguito (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid) and Maria Isabel Restrepo Estrada (Universidad de Antioquia). This blog ..read more
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The Politics of Pollution: An Environmental History of Britain during and after The First World War
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By Beto Wetter (University of Oxford) This blog post reflects ongoing research supported by the EHS Research Fund for ..read more
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A tribute: Professor Nicholas Crafts CBE FBA 1949-2023
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Nick Crafts was the most distinguished British economic historian of his generation. He was born in 1949 at Nottingham ..read more
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Household consumption and the consumer price index, England, 1260-1869
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In this blog post, Professor Sara Horrell of London School of Economics and Political Science introduces her latest article ..read more
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Working to Death: Status and Mortality in a Managerial Hierarchy
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By Tom Nicholas (Harvard Business School) This blog post is based upon the author’s article, ‘Status and mortality: Is ..read more
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Brazilian labour productivity in manufacturing relative to the US, 1912–2019
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By Cecilia Lara (Universidad de la República, Montevideo) and Svante Prado (University of Gothenburg) This blog post is based ..read more
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Why Lancashire? Banking as the Spark that Set Off Industrialization
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By Carolyn Sissoko (University of the West of England) This blog is based on a paper presented at the ..read more
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Banks and patents during the British Industrial Revolution
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