New economic history: selected readings; edited by Peter Temin.
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États-Unis -- Conditions économiques.
United States -- Economic conditions.
Penguin modern economics readings.
445 pages 18 cm.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 429-434).
Part 1. The measurement of economic growth -- Gross national product in the United States, 1834-1909 / R.E. Gallman (1966) -- New light on a statistical dark age : US real product growth before 1840 / P.A. David (1967) -- Part 2. The effect of abundant land on agriculture -- An econometric study of cotton production and trade, 1830-1860 / G. Wright (1971) -- Productivity growth in grain production in the United States, 1840-60 and 1900-10 / W.N. Parker and J.L. Klein (1966) -- Part 3. The effect of abundant land on industry -- Labor scarcity and the problem of American industrial efficiency in the 1850s / P. Temin (1966) -- The specification problem in economic history / R.W. Fogel (1967) -- Labor scarcity in America / P. Temin (1971) -- Part 4. Railroads and their social savings -- A quantitative approach to the study of railroads in American economic growth : a report of some preliminary findings / R.W. Fogel (1962) -- Railroads as an analogy to the space effort : some economic aspects / R.W. Fogel (1966) -- Transport innovation and economic growth : Professor Fogel on and off the rails / P.A. David (1969) -- Part 5. Banking and business cycles -- The economic consequences of the bank war / P. Temin (1968) -- The panic of 1907 and banking reform in its wake / M. Friedman and A.J. Schwartz (1963) -- Part 6. The economic effects of slavery -- The economics of slavery in the antebellum South / A.H. Conrad and J.R. Meyer (1958) -- The effects of slavery upon the Southern economy : a review of the recent debate / S.L. Engerman (1967).
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