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ARTICLES

A’HEARN, BRIAN, Could Southern Italians Cooperate? Banche Popolari in the
  Mezzogiorno ......................................................................................................... 67
BOTTICINI, MARISTELLA, A Tale of “Benevolent” Governments: Private Credit
  Markets, Public Finance, and the Role of Jewish Lenders in Medieval and
  Renaissance Italy .................................................................................................. 164
BROWN, WILLIAM O., AND RICHARD C. K. BURDEKIN, Turning Points in the U.S.
  Civil War: A British Perspective ........................................................................... 216
BURDEKIN, RICHARD C. K. (See Brown, William O.)............................................... 216
COHN, RAYMOND L., Nativism and the End of the Mass Migration of the 1840s
  and 1850s.............................................................................................................. 361
COLLINS, WILLIAM J., African-American Economic Mobility in the 1940s: A
  Portrait from the Palmer Survey........................................................................... 756
COWEN, DAVID J., The First Bank of the United States and the Securities
  Market Crash of 1792 ...........................................................................................1041
CRAFTS, N. F. R. (See Harley, C. Knick) .................................................................. 819
CURRIE, JANET, AND JOSEPH FERRIE, The Law and Labor Strife in the United States,
  1881–1894 ............................................................................................................ 42
DOYLE, WILLIAM M., Capital Structure and the Financial Development of the
  U.S. Sugar-Refining Industry, 1875–1905 ............................................................ 190
EDWARDS, JEREMY (See Ogilvie, Sheilagh) .............................................................. 961
ELTIS, DAVID, AND STANLEY L. ENGERMAN, The Importance of Slavery and the
  Slave Trade to Industrializing Britain................................................................... 123
ENGERMAN, STANLEY L. (See Eltis, David) .............................................................. 123
FERGUSON, NIALL, AND BRIGITTE GRANVILLE, “Weimar on the Volga”: Causes
  and Consequences of Inflation in 1990s Russia Compared with 1920s
  Germany................................................................................................................1061
FERRIE, JOSEPH (See Currie, Janet)........................................................................... 42
FREY, BRUNO S., AND MARCEL KUCHER, History as Reflected in Capital
  Markets: The Case of World War II, in SYMPOSIUM: HIGH POLITICS AND LOW
  FINANCE ................................................................................................................ 468
FRIEDMAN, GERALD, The Political Economy of Early Southern Unionism: Race,
  Politics, and Labor in the South, 1880–1953 ....................................................... 384
GOLDIN, CLAUDIA, AND LAWRENCE F. KATZ, Education and Income in the Early
  Twentieth Century: Evidence from the Prairies .................................................... 782
GRANVILLE, BRIGITTE (See Ferguson, Niall).............................................................1061
GREGORY, PAUL R., AND ALEKSEI TIKHONOV, Central Planning and
  Unintended Consequences: Creating the Soviet Financial System,
  1930–1939 ............................................................................................................1017
GRUBB, FARLEY, The Transatlantic Market for British Convict Labor..................... 94
HAMILTON, GILLIAN, The Decline of Apprenticeship in North America: Evidence
  from Montreal ....................................................................................................... 627
HARLEY, C. KNICK, AND N. F. R. CRAFTS, Simulating the Two Views of the British
  Industrial Revolution ............................................................................................ 819
IRWIN, DOUGLAS A., Did Late-Nineteenth-Century U.S. Tariffs Promote Infant
  Industries? Evidence from the Tinplate Industry .................................................. 335
JOHNSON, RONALD N., Declining Industries and the Persistence of Government

                                                          1184
 Support Programs: The Quiet Decline of Gum Naval Stores Production in
 the United States ................................................................................................... 995
ARTICLES—continued

KATZ, LAWRENCE F. (See Goldin, Claudia)............................................................... 782
KHAN, B. ZORINA, Commerce and Cooperation: Litigation and Settlement of
   Civil Disputes on the Australian Frontier, 1860–1900 .........................................1088
KUCHER, MARCEL (See Frey, Bruno S.).................................................................... 468
LAMOREAUX, NAOMI R., AND KENNETH L. SOKOLOFF, The Geography of Invention
   in the American Glass Industry, 1870–1925 ......................................................... 700
LI, LILLIAN, Integration and Disintegration in North China’s Grain Markets,
   1738–1911............................................................................................................. 665
MOEN, JON R., AND ELLIS W. TALLMAN, Clearinghouse Membership and Deposit
   Contraction during the Panic of 1907 .................................................................. 145
MOKYR, JOEL, Why “More Work for Mother?” Knowledge and Household
   Behavior, 1870–1945 ............................................................................................ 1
NEAL, LARRY (Presidential Address), A Shocking View of Economic History.......... 317
NORTH, DOUGLASS C., AND BARRY R. WEINGAST, Introduction: Institutional
   Analysis and Economic History, in SYMPOSIUM: HIGH POLITICS AND LOW
   FINANCE ................................................................................................................ 414
OGILVIE, SHEILAGH, AND JEREMY EDWARDS, Women and the “Second Serfdom”:
   Evidence from Early Modern Bohemia................................................................. 961
POTTER, MARK, Good Offices: Intermediation by Corporate Bodies in Early
   Modern French Public Finance ............................................................................ 599
PUFFERT, DOUGLAS J., The Standardization of Track Gauge on North American
   Railways, 1830–1890............................................................................................ 933
SÁNCHEZ-ALONSO, BLANCA, Those Who Left and Those Who Stayed Behind:
   Explaining Emigration from the Regions of Spain, 1880–1914............................ 730
SOKOLOFF, KENNETH L. (See Lamoreaux, Naomi R.)............................................... 700
SUSSMAN, NATHAN, AND YISHAY YAFEH, Institutions, Reforms, and Country
   Risk: Lessons from Japanese Government Debt in the Meiji Era, in SYMPOSIUM:
   HIGH POLITICS AND LOW FINANCE ........................................................................ 442
TALLMAN, ELLIS W. (See Moen, Jon R.) ................................................................... 145
TIKHONOV, ALEKSEI (See Gregory, Paul R.) .............................................................1017
WEINGAST, BARRY R. (See North, Douglass C.)....................................................... 414
WELLS, JOHN, AND DOUGLAS WILLS, Revolution, Restoration, and Debt
   Repudiation: The Jacobite Threat to England’s Institutions and Economic
   Growth in SYMPOSIUM: HIGH POLITICS AND LOW FINANCE................................... 418
WILLS, DOUGLAS (See Wells, John).......................................................................... 418
YAFEH, YISHAY (See Sussman, Nathan).................................................................... 442

NOTES, DISCUSSIONS, DISSERTATION SUMMARIES, AND
REVIEW ARTICLES

BERNSTEIN, MICHAEL A., Comment on Keay, Koistinen, and Thomasson................                                        519
BRANDT, LOREN, Comment on Shaw-Taylor, Shiue, and Moriguchi ........................                                    525
COELHO, PHILIP R. P., AND ROBERT A. MCGUIRE, Diets Versus Diseases: The
  Anthropometrics of Slave Children .......................................................................             232
JONES, E. L., Time and Chance in the Old-World Economies...................................                             856
KEAY, IAN, Assessing the Performance of Canada’s Manufacturers: Firm Level
  Evidence, 1902–1990............................................................................................       497


                                                           1185
1186                                       Index to Volume 60

KOISTINEN, DAVID, Dealing with Deindustrialization: Economics, Politics, and
 Policy During the Decline of the New England Textile Industry, 1920–1960....... 501
NOTES, DISCUSSIONS, DISSERTATION SUMMARIES, AND REVIEW
ARTICLES—continued

MCGUIRE, ROBERT A. (See Coelho, Philip R. P.) ..................................................... 232
MORIGUCHI, CHIAKI, The Evolution of Employment Systems in the United States
  and Japan, 1900–1960: A Comparative Historical and Institutional Analysis .... 515
SARSON, STEVEN, Distribution of Wealth in Prince George’s County, Maryland,
  1800–1820 ............................................................................................................ 847
SHAW-TAYLOR, LEIGH, Proletarianisation, Parliamentary Enclosure and the
  Household Economy of the Labouring Poor: 1750–1850 .................................... 508
SHIUE, CAROL HUA, Grain Trade and Storage in Late Imperial China.................... 511
SMILEY, GENE, A Note on New Estimates of the Distribution of Income in the 1920s                                                 1120
STECKEL, RICHARD H., Diets Versus Diseases in the Anthropometrics of Slave
  Children: A Reply.................................................................................................. 247
TEMIN, PETER, A Response to Harley and Crafts ..................................................... 842
THOMASSON, MELISSA A., From Sickness to Health: The Twentieth-Century
  Development of the Demand for Health Insurance............................................... 504
TIGNOR, ROBERT L., New Works in West Aftican Economic History......................... 260


ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS PRESENTED AT THE ANNUAL MEETING

BARANOFF, DALIT, Great Fires, Bankruptcies, and the American Fire Insurance
  Industry, 1835–1904 .............................................................................................        540
BARRINGTON, LINDA, Absolutely Relative or Relatively Absolute: The Income
  Elasticity of Orshansky-Method Poverty Lines, 1919–1959 .................................                                539
BATEMAN, FRED (See Taylor, Jason).........................................................................                 533
BORDO, MICHAEL D., MICHAEL J. DUEKER, AND DAVID C. WHEELOCK, Inflation
  Shocks and Financial Distress: An Historical Analysis........................................                            534
BOTTICINI, MARISTELLA, Love and Demographic Shocks: The Black Death,
  Social Norms, and the Florentine Marriage Market, 1260–1430.........................                                     532
BOWDEN, SUE (See Higgins, David Michael) ...........................................................                       535
BRINKLEY, GARLAND L., The Impact of Improving Health upon Economic
  Growth: An Economic Analysis of the Southern Hookworm Eradication
  Campaign: 1910–1920 .........................................................................................            531
BRUNT, LIAM, Climate and Technology Shocks in English Agriculture,
  1700–1870 ............................................................................................................   541
CARSON, SCOTT A., Indentured Migration to America’s Great Basin: Repayment
  and Enforcement Mechanisms ..............................................................................                532
COELHO, PHILIP R. P. (See McGuire, Robert A.) ......................................................                       531
DEPOLT, RICHARD, Natural Resource Shocks, Structural Change, and U.S.
  Economic Growth, 1859–1899 .............................................................................                 536
DUEKER, MICHAEL J. (See Bordo, Michael D.) ........................................................                        534
FISHER, GORDON, How Many Americans Were Really in Poverty in 1947? .............                                           539
FRANK, ZEPHYR, The Amazon Rubber Boom: Price Shocks and Production in
  Mato Grosso, 1900–1930......................................................................................             535
FUSCO, IDAMARIA, Governing with Epidemic: The Viceroy, Count of Castrillo,
                                           Index to Volume 60                                                       1187

  and the Plague of 1656 in the Kingdom of Naples ............................................... 531
GARCÍA-IGLESIAS, CONCEPCIÓN, The Transmission of International Business
  Cycle Shocks: Evidence from the European Periphery, 1861–1913 ..................... 534
HAULMAN, CLYDE A., The Panic of 1819 and Its Impact on Virginia Merchants .... 535
ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS PRESENTED AT THE ANNUAL MEETING—
continued

HIGGINS, DAVID MICHAEL, AND SUE BOWDEN, Strategic Reaction to Shocks: The
  British Wool and Cotton Textile Industries During the Interwar Years.................                                    535
HUFF, W. G., Entitlements, Colonialism, and Destitution in the 1930s Singapore
  Great Depression ..................................................................................................      539
INGRAM, SUSAN (See Inwood, Kris) .........................................................................                 532
INWOOD, KRIS, AND SUSAN INGRAM, Property Ownership by Married Women in
  Victorian Ontario ..................................................................................................     532
LAI, CHENG-CHUNG, Proposing Gold-Exchange Standards for China,
  1903–1930 ............................................................................................................   534
LIEBOWITZ, JONATHAN J., French Sharecroppers, Tenants, and their Landlords
  Face the Late Nineteenth Century Crisis: What Can Narrative Tell?...................                                     541
MA, DEBIN, Challenge and Response: Chinese and Japanese Sericulture
  1850–1930 ............................................................................................................   541
MANCALL, PETER C., JOSHUA L. ROSENBLOOM, AND THOMAS WEISS, The
  Economic Activity of Native Americans in the Eighteenth Century: Preliminary
  Methods and Conjectures......................................................................................            530
MCGUIRE, ROBERT A., AND PHILIP R. P. COELHO, Brave New Worlds: The
  Consequences of the Voyages of Discovery ..........................................................                      531
MOORES, ELDRIDGE, Why “Civilization Exists by Geologic Consent—Subject to
  Change without Notice” (Will Durant) .................................................................                   537
MORIGUCHI, CHIAKI, The Evolution of Employment Relations in the United States
  and Japan: The Great Depression as a Point of Bifurcation ................................                               538
ODELL, KERRY, Shake, Rattle, and Roll: Financial Networks and the 1906 San
  Francisco Earthquake...........................................................................................          540
PANNELL, KERRY, “Socialist Competition” and Unbalanced Development:
  Origins of the Soviet Industrial System.................................................................                 533
PHILLIPS, RONNIE J., Real and Financial Shocks to the Payments System:
  Earthquakes, Panics, and the San Francisco Clearinghouse ...............................                                 540
REID, JOE, The Evolution of Government Employments ...........................................                             533
ROSENBLOOM, JOSHUA L. (See Mancall, Peter C.) ...................................................                          530
ROUSSEAU, PETER L., AND RICHARD SYLLA, Emerging Financial Markets and
  Early U.S. Growth.................................................................................................       536
SEDO, STAN (See Whatley, Warren C.) .....................................................................                  538
SELTZER, ANDREW, Was the 1931 Wage Cut Successful?: Evidence from the
  Personnel Records of the Union Bank of Australia ..............................................                          538
SUZUKI, MASAO, Selective Immigration and Ethnic Economic Achievement:
  Japanese Americans before World War II .............................................................                     530
SYLLA, RICHARD (See Rousseau, Peter L.) ...............................................................                    536
TAYLOR, JASON, AND FRED BATEMAN, The Political Economy of the Second
  World War: Did the New Deal Really End in 1939? .............................................                            533
THOMPSON, LONNIE G., Ice and History: Glacial Records of Climate Change........                                            537
WEILAND, DAVID J., The Transition from Demand-Led to Supply-Led Manufac-
1188                                       Index to Volume 60

 turing Growth: The Role of the Spanish Empire, 1564–1750 ...............................                                536
WEISS, THOMAS, (See Mancall, Peter C.) .................................................................                 530
WHATLEY, WARREN C., AND STAN SEDO, The Origins of Modern U.S. Labor
 Markets: New Evidence from Company Personnel Records.................................                                   538
WHEELOCK, DAVID C. (See Bordo, Michael D.) .......................................................                       534
WOLCOTT, SUSAN, A Reconsideration of the Role of Caste in India’s Slow
 Industrial Development.........................................................................................         530
REVIEWS OF BOOKS

ADELMAN, JEREMY, Republic of Capital: Buenos Aires and the Legal
  Transformation of the Atlantic World....................................................................1148
ALDCROFT, DEREK H., Studies in the Interwar European Economy ......................... 864
ALM, RICHARD (See Cox, W. Michael).................................................................... 897
ALSTON, LEE J., GARY D. LIBECAP, AND BERNARDO MUELLER, Titles, Conflict,
  and Land Use: The Development of Property Rights and Land Reform on the
  Brazilian Amazon Frontier ...................................................................................1149
ALT, JAMES E., MARGARET LEVI, AND ELINOR OSTROM, Eds., Competition and
  Cooperation: Conversations with Nobelists about Economics and Political
  Science .................................................................................................................. 593
ÁLVAREZ NOGAL, CARLOS, Los banqueros de Felipe IV y los metales preciosos
  americanos (1621–1665) ...................................................................................... 560
ÁLVAREZ NOGAL, CARLOS, El crédito de la monarquía hispánica en el reinado
  de Felipe IV........................................................................................................... 560
AMARAL, SAMUEL, The Rise of Capitalism on the Pampas: The Estancias of
  Buenos Aires, 1785–1870 ..................................................................................... 291
ANDERSSON-SKOG, LENA, AND OLLE KRANTZ, Eds., Institutions in the Transport
  and Communications Industries: State and Private Actors in the Making of
  Institutional Patterns, 1859–1990 ........................................................................ 311
BABSON, STEVE, The Unfinished Struggle: Turning Points in
  American Labor, 1877–Present............................................................................. 899
BAKER, ALAN R. H., Fraternity Among the French Peasantry: Sociability and
  Voluntary Associations in the Loire Valley, 1815–1914 ........................................ 866
BANNER, STUART, Anglo-American Securities Regulation: Cultural and Political
  Roots, 1690–1860 ................................................................................................. 277
BARRANDON, JEAN-NOËL, (See Morrisson, Christian) ............................................. 559
BATES, ROBERT H., AVNER GREIF, MARGARET LEVI, JEAN-LAURENT ROSENTHAL,
  AND BARRY R.WEINGAST, Analytic Narratives ..................................................... 312
BAYOUMI, TAMIM, BARRY EICHENGREEN, AND MARK P. TAYLOR, Eds., Modern
  Perspectives on the Gold Standard ....................................................................... 284
BEITO, DAVID T., Mutual Aid to the Welfare State: Fraternal Societies and Social
  Services, 1890–1967 ............................................................................................. 898
BERG, MAXINE, AND HELEN CLIFFORD, Eds., Consumers and Luxury: Consumer
  Culture in Europe 1650–1850............................................................................... 868
BILLINGS, DWIGHT B., AND KATHLEEN M. BLEE, The Road to Poverty: The
  Making of Wealth and Hardship in Appalachia .................................................... 892
BLASZCZYK, REGINA LEE, Imagining Consumers: Design and Innovation from
  Wedgwood to Corning...........................................................................................1161
BLEE, KATHLEEN M. (See Billings, Dwight B.) ........................................................ 892
BLEVINS, BROOKS, Cattle in the Cotton Fields: A History of Cattle Raising in
                                            Index to Volume 60                                                        1189

  Alabama ................................................................................................................   891
BODENHORN, HOWARD, A History of Banking in Antebellum America: Financial
  Markets and Economic Development in an Era of Nation-Building ....................                                         910
BOOTH, ANNE, The Indonesian Economy in the Nineteenth and Twentieth
  Centuries: A History of Missed Opportunities......................................................                         290
BORDO, MICHAEL D., The Gold Standard and Related Regimes: Collected Essays.                                                  283
BROWN, MICHAEL K., Race, Money, and the American Welfare State......................                                         304
BRUCHEY, STUART, Ed. (See Coclanis, Peter A., ed.) ...............................................                           895
BUCKLEY, F. H., Ed., The Fall and Rise of Freedom of Contract .............................                                  295
REVIEWS OF BOOKS—continued
CAFERRO, WILLIAM, Mercenary Companies and the Decline of Siena..................... 550
CALDER, LENDOL, Financing the American Dream: A Cultural History of
  Consumer Credit ................................................................................................... 301
CHAUDHURY, SUSHIL, AND MICHEL MORINEAU, Eds., Merchants, Companies and
  Trade: Europe and Asia in the Early Modern Era................................................1178
CLARK, GEOFFREY, Betting on Lives: The Culture of Life Insurance in England,
  1695–1775 ............................................................................................................ 869
CLIFFORD, HELEN, Ed. (See Berg, Maxine, ed.)........................................................ 868
COCLANIS, PETER A., AND STUART BRUCHEY, Eds., Ideas, Ideologies, and Social
  Movements: The United States Experience Since 1800 ........................................ 895
CORNELL, SAUL, The Other Founders: Anti-Federalism and the Dissenting
  Tradition in America, 1788– 1828 ........................................................................ 571
COX, W. MICHAEL, AND RICHARD ALM, Myths of Rich & Poor; Why We’re Better
  Off Than We Think ................................................................................................ 897
DAHL, GUNNAR, Trade, Trust, and Networks: Commercial Culture in Late
  Medieval Italy ....................................................................................................... 272
DANIEL, PETE, Lost Revolutions: The South in the 1950s.........................................1166
DAY, JOHN, Money and Finance in the Age of Merchant Capitalism ....................... 551
DENG, GANG, The Premodern Chinese Economy: Structural Equilibrium and
  Capitalist Sterility                                         ............................................................. 879
DESROSIERES. ALAIN, The Politics of Large Numbers: A History of Statistical
  Reasoning ............................................................................................................. 586
DEWIND, JOSH, Ed. (See Hirschman, Charles, ed.) .................................................. 921
DICK, TREVOR J. O., Ed., Business Cycles Since 1820: New International
  Perspectives from Historical Evidence ................................................................. 587
DINTENFASS, MICHAEL, Ed. (See Dormois, Jean-Pierre, ed.).................................... 870
DONOVAN, ARTHUR (See Gibson, Andrew) .............................................................. 906
DORMOIS, JEAN-PIERRE, AND MICHAEL DINTENFASS, Eds., The British Industrial
  Decline .................................................................................................................. 870
DOUGLAS, ROY, Taxation in Britain since 1660........................................................1132
DOW, CHRISTOPHER, Major Recessions: Britain and the World, 1920–1995 ........... 553
DRESCHER, SEYMOUR, From Slavery to Freedom: Comparative Studies in the Rise
  and Fall of Atlantic Slavery .................................................................................. 596
DUNLAP, THOMAS R., Nature and the English Diaspora: Environment and History in
  the United States, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand...................................... 597
EDERER, RUPERT J., Trans., Heinrich Pesch on Solidarist Economics: Excerpts
  from the Lehrbuch der Nationalökonomie ............................................................ 555
EICHENGREEN, BARRY, Ed. (See Bayoumi, Tamim, ed.) ........................................... 284
1190                                    Index to Volume 60

ELLMAN, MICHAEL, AND VLADIMIR KONTOROVICH, Eds., The Destruction of the
  Soviet Economic System: An Insiders’ History ..................................................... 288
EMMETT, ROSS B., Ed., Selected Essays by Frank H. Knight: Volume 1: “What is
  Truth in Economics?” ........................................................................................... 922
EMMETT, Ross B., Ed., Selected Essays by Frank H. Knight: Volume 2: “Laissez-
  Faire: Pro and Con”............................................................................................. 922
ENGERMAN, STANLEY, Ed., Terms of Labor: Slavery, Serfdom and Free Labor....... 925
FACARELLO, GILBERT, The Foundations of Laissez-faire: The Economics
  of Pierre de Boisguilbert....................................................................................... 926
FEDERICO, GIOVANNI, Ed. (See Foreman-Peck, James, Ed.) .....................................1133
FELDENKIRCHEN, Wilfried, Siemens 1918–1945.......................................................1179
                                           Index to Volume 60                                                        1191

REVIEWS OF BOOKS—continued
FIEGE, MARK, Irrigated Eden: The Making of an Agricultural Landscape in the
  American West....................................................................................................... 306
FIELDHOUSE, D. K., The West and the Third World................................................... 310
FIGUEIRA, THOMAS, The Power of Money: Coinage and Politics in the Athenian
  Empire................................................................................................................... 546
FLEET, KATE, European and Islamic Trade in the Early Ottoman State:
  The Merchants of Genoa and Turkey .................................................................... 862
FLYNN, DENNIS O., LIONEL FROST, AND A. J. H. LATHAM, Eds., Pacific Centuries:
  Pacific and Pacific Rim History since the Sixteenth Century ............................... 883
FOGEL, ROBERT WILLIAM, The Fourth Great Awakening & the Future of
  Egalitarianism ......................................................................................................1171
FOREMAN-PECK, JAMES, AND GIOVANNI FEDERICO, Eds., European Industrial
  Policy: The Twentieth-Century Experience...........................................................1133
FROST, LIONEL, Ed. (See Flynn, Dennis O., ed.)....................................................... 883
GALLAGHER, MARY A., Ed. (See Nuxoll, Elizabeth M., ed.) .................................... 572
GAMES, ALISON, Migration and the Origins of the English Atlantic World .............1175
GATES, CAROLYN L., The Merchant Republic of Lebanon: Rise of an Open
  Economy ............................................................................................................... 568
GIBSON, ANDREW, AND ARTHUR DONOVAN, The Abandoned Ocean: A History of
  United States Maritime Policy .............................................................................. 906
GLAZER, WALTER STIX, Cincinnati in 1840: The Social and Functional
  Organization of Urban Community during the Pre–Civil War Period.................. 575
GOBLE, DALE D., AND PAUL W. HIRT, Eds., Northwest Lands, Northwest Peoples:
  Readings in Environmental History ...................................................................... 583
GOLDBLATT, DAVID (See Held, David)...................................................................... 589
GORDON, JOHN STEEL, The Great Game: The Emergence of Wall Street as
  a World Power 1653–2000 ................................................................................... 912
GRAETZ, MICHAEL J., AND JERRY L. MASHAW, True Security: Rethinking
  American Social Insurance ................................................................................... 581
GREIF, AVNER (See Bates, Robert H.) ....................................................................... 312
GRISWOLD, CHARLES L., JR., Adam Smith and the Virtues of Enlightenment ........... 588
GRÜBLER, ARNULF. Technology and Global Change................................................ 315
HANNA, NELLY, Making Big Money in 1600: The Life and Times of Isma`il Abu
  Taqiyya, Egyptian Merchant ................................................................................. 547
HARRIS, JOHN, Industrial Espionage and Technology Transfer: Britain and France
  in the Eighteenth Century ..................................................................................... 556
HAYCRAFT, WILLIAM R., Yellow Steel: The Story of the Earthmoving Equipment
  Industry ................................................................................................................. 913
HAYWOOD, RICHARD MOWBRAY, Russia Enters the Railway Age, 1842–1855 ........1134
HELD, DAVID, ANTHONY MCGREW, DAVID GOLDBLATT, AND JONATHAN
  PERRATON, Global Transformations: Politics, Economics and Culture................ 589
HELLIE, RICHARD, The Economy and Material Culture of Russia, 1600–1725 ........ 557
HEYWOOD, ANTHONY, Modernising Lenin’s Russia: Economic
  Reconstruction, Foreign Trade and the Railways .................................................1134
HIRSCHMAN, CHARLES, PHILIP KASINTZ, AND JOSH DEWIND, Eds., The Handbook
  of International Migration: The American Experience......................................... 921
HIRT, PAUL W., Ed. (See Goble, Dale D., ed.) ........................................................... 583
1192                                      Index to Volume 60

HOFFMAN, RONALD, Princes of Ireland, Planters of Maryland: A Carroll Saga,
 1500–1782 ............................................................................................................1174
                                            Index to Volume 60                                                        1193

REVIEWS OF BOOKS—continued
HOLTFRERICH, CARL-LUDWIG, Frankfurt as a Financial Centre: From Medieval
  Trade Fair to European Financial Centre ............................................................1135
HONEY, MICHAEL KEITH, Black Workers Remember: An Oral History of
  Segregation, Unionism, and the Freedom Struggle .............................................. 903
HOPCROFT, ROSEMARY L., Regions, Institutions, and Agrarian Change in
  European History                                              .............................................................1137
HUFFMAN, JOSEPH P., Family, Commerce, and Religion in London and Cologne:
  Anglo-German Emigrants, c. 1000 – c. 1300 ....................................................... 271
HUGHES, MICHAEL L., Shouldering the Burdens of Defeat: West Germany
  and the Reconstruction of Social Justice .............................................................. 871
HUNT, EDWIN S., AND JAMES M. MURRAY, A History of Business in Medieval
  Europe, 1200–1550............................................................................................... 273
HUNTER, RICHARD J., AND LEO V. RYAN, From Autarchy to Market: Polish
  Economics and Politics 1945–1995...................................................................... 873
HURT, R. DOUGLAS, Ed., The Rural South Since World War II................................. 303
IRONS, PETER, A People’s History of the Supreme Court.......................................... 292
JEREMY, DAVID J., A Business History of Britain, 1900–1990 .................................. 875
KÄHKÖNEN, SATU, Ed. (See Olson, Mancur, ed.) ..................................................... 915
KAPLAN, EDWARD S., The Bank of the United States and the American Economy... 574
KASINTZ, PHILIP, Ed. (See Hirschman, Charles, ed.)................................................. 921
KAUFFMAN, KYLE D., Ed., New Frontiers in Agricultural History: Advances in
  Agricultural Economic History............................................................................. 917
KEMP, EMORY L., The Great Kanawha Navigation ..................................................1158
KERMODE, JENNY, Medieval Merchants: York, Beverley, and Hull in the Later
  Middle Ages .......................................................................................................... 270
KINDLEBERGER, CHARLES P., Essays in History: Financial, Economic, Personal.... 927
KLAUSEN, JYTTE, AND LOUISE A.TILLY, Eds., European Integration in Social and
  Historical Perspective: 1850 to the Present.......................................................... 279
KLEIN, MAURY, The Life and Legend of E. H. Harriman ......................................... 914
KLEINBERG, S. J., Women in the United States, 1830–1945...................................... 298
KONTOROVICH, VLADIMIR, Ed. (See Ellman, Michael, ed.)...................................... 288
KOTSONIS, YANNI, Making Peasants Backward: Agricultural Cooperatives and
  the Agrarian Question in Russia, 1861–1914.......................................................1138
KRANTZ, OLLE, Ed. (See Andersson-Skog, Lena, ed.).............................................. 311
KRYDER, DANIEL, Divided Arsenal: Race and the American State During World
  War II ....................................................................................................................1164
KWOLEK-FOLLAND, ANGEL, Incorporating Women: A History of Women and
  Business in the United States ................................................................................ 299
LAIDLER, DAVID, Fabricating the Keynesian Revolution: Studies of the Inter-war
  Literature on Money, the Cycle, and Unemployment............................................ 314
LARSEN, CLARK SPENCER, Skeletons in Our Closet: Revealing Our Past through
  Bioarchaeology .....................................................................................................1177
LATHAM, A. J. H., Ed. (See Flynn, Dennis O., ed.)................................................... 883
LEONARD, T. M., Ed., United States–Latin American Relations 1850–1903:
  Establishing a Relationship .................................................................................. 308
LEVI, MARGARET (See Bates, Robert H.).................................................................. 312
LEVI, MARGARET, Ed. (See Alt, James E., ed.) ......................................................... 593
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LEWIS, DAVID (See Karl Moore) ............................................................................... 863
LEWIS, W. DAVID, Ed., Airline Executives and Federal Regulation: Case Studies
  in American Enterprise from the Airmail Era to the Dawn of the Jet Age............ 904
REVIEWS OF BOOKS—continued
LIBECAP, GARY D. (See Alston, Lee J.).....................................................................1149
LIU, LEWIS-GUODO, AND ROBERT PREMUS, Global Economic Growth: Theories,
  Research, Studies and Annotated Bibliography, 1950–1997 ................................ 918
LOWE, GARY R. Ed. (See Reid, P. Nelson, Ed.) ........................................................1167
MAHONEY, TIMOTHY R., Provincial Lives: Middle-class Experience in the
  Antebellum Middle West........................................................................................ 300
MARGO, ROBERT A., Wages and Labor Markets in the United States, 1820–1860 ..1155
MARSH, PETER T., Bargaining on Europe: Britain and the First Common Market
  1860–1892 ............................................................................................................1140
MASHAW, JERRY L. (See Graetz, Michael J.) ............................................................ 581
MCGREW, ANTHONY (See Held, David) ................................................................... 589
MCNEILL, JOHN R., Something New Under the Sun: An Environmental History of
  the Twentieth-Century World.................................................................................1172
MCWILLIAMS, CAREY, California: The Great Exception .......................................... 889
MICHIE, RANALD C., The London Stock Exchange: A History .................................1141
MILLER, JUDITH A., Mastering the Market: The State and the Grain Trade in
  Northern France, 1700–1860 ............................................................................... 287
MISRA, MARIA, Business, Race, and Politics in British India c.1850–1960............. 570
MOHUN, ARWEN P., Steam Laundries: Gender, Technology, and Work in the
  United States and Great Britain, 1880–1940........................................................ 594
MOORE, KARL, AND DAVID LEWIS, Birth of the Multinational: 2000 Years of
  Ancient Business History, From Ashur to Augustus.............................................. 863
MORICEAU, JEAN-MARC, L’Élevage sous l’Ancien Régime: Les fondements
  agraires de la France moderne, XVIIe–XVIIIe siècles........................................... 876
MORINEAU, MICHEL, Ed. (See Chaudhury, Sushil, Ed.) ...........................................1178
MORRIS, MICHAEL P., The Bringing of Wonder: Trade and the Indians of the
  Southeast, 1700–1783........................................................................................... 296
MORRISSON, CÉCILE (See Morrisson, Christian)....................................................... 559
MORRISSON, CHRISTIAN, JEAN-NOËL BARRANDON, AND CÉCILE MORRISSON, Or
  du Brésil, monnaie et croissance en France au XVIIIe siècle............................... 559
MOWERY, DAVID C., AND RICHARD R. NELSON, Eds., Sources of Industrial
  Leadership: Studies of Seven Industries ............................................................... 577
MUELLER, BERNARDO (See Alston, Lee J.)...............................................................1149
MUIRHEAD, BRUCE, Against the Odds: The Public Life and Times of Louis
  Rasminsky ............................................................................................................. 591
MUKHERJEE, RUDRANGSHU, AND LAKSHMI SUBRAMANIAN, Eds., Politics and
  Trade in the Indian Ocean World: Essays in Honour of Ashin Das Gupta........... 882
MURRAY, JAMES M. (See Hunt, Edwin S.) ................................................................ 273
MUSGRAVE, PETER, The Early Modern European Economy..................................... 877
NAISH, CAMILLE, Trans. (See Alain Desrosieres) ..................................................... 586
NEAL, FRANK, Black ’47: Britain and the Famine Irish........................................... 878
NELSON, RICHARD R., Ed. (See Mowery, David C., ed.) .......................................... 577
NUXOLL, ELIZABETH M., AND MARY A. GALLAGHER, Eds., The Papers of
  Robert Morris, 1781–1784, Vol. 9 ........................................................................ 572
                                           Index to Volume 60                                                      1195

OBADELE-STARKS, EARNEST, Black Unionism and the Industrial South ..................                                    899
ODAKA, KONSUKE, AND MINORU SAWAI, Eds., Small Firms, Large Concerns: The
  Development of Small Business in Comparative Perspective ...............................                             929
OLIEN, DIANA DAVIDS (See Olien, Roger M.)...........................................................                   908
OLIEN, ROGER M., AND DIANA DAVIDS OLIEN, Oil and Ideology: The Cultural
  Creation of the American Petroleum Industry ......................................................                   908
REVIEWS OF BOOKS—continued
OLSON, MANCUR, Power and Prosperity: Outgrowing Communist and Capitalist
  Dictatorships......................................................................................................... 919
OLSON, MANCUR, AND SATU KÄHKÖNEN, Eds., A Not-So-Dismal Science: A
  Broader View of Economies and Societies ............................................................ 915
OSTROM, ELINOR, Ed. (See Alt, James E., ed.) ......................................................... 593
PAGANO DE DIVITIIS, GIGLIOLA, English Merchants in Seventeenth Century Italy ... 552
PARK, SOON-WON, Colonial Industrialization and Labor in Korea: The Onoda
  Cement Factory.....................................................................................................1151
PAULET, ELISABETH, The Role of Banks in Monitoring Firms: the Case of the
  Crédit Mobilier ..................................................................................................... 562
PELOSO, VINCENT C., Peasants on Plantations: Subaltern Strategies of Labor and
  Resistance ............................................................................................................. 885
PÉREZ-MALLAÍNA, PABLO E., Spain’s Men of the Sea: Daily Life on the Indies
  Fleets in the Sixteenth Century ............................................................................. 549
PERRATON, JONATHAN (See Held, David) ................................................................. 589
PESCH, HEINRICH (See Ederer, Rupert J., trans.)....................................................... 555
POSTEL-VINAY, GILLES, La terre et l’argent. L’agriculture et le crédit en France
  du XVIIe au début du XXe siècle............................................................................ 563
PREMUS, ROBERT (See Liu, Lewis-Guodo) ............................................................... 918
PRZYBYSZEWSKI, LINDA, The Republic According to John Marshall Harlan .......... 292
REAGAN, PATRICK D., Designing a New America: The Origins of New Deal
  Planning, 1890–1943............................................................................................1162
REID, P. NELSON, AND GARY R. LOWE, Eds., The Professionalization of Poverty:
  Social Work and the Poor in the Twentieth Century .............................................1167
ROBERTS, LUKE S., Mercantilism in a Japanese Domain: The Merchant Origins
  of Economic Nationalism in 18th-Century Tosa ...................................................1152
ROBERTSON, PAUL L., Ed., Authority and Control in Modern Industry: Theoretical
  and Empirical Perspectives .................................................................................. 930
ROSENTHAL, JEAN-LAURENT (See Bates, Robert H.)................................................ 312
RYAN, LEO V. (See Hunter, Richard J.) ..................................................................... 873
SANDERS, ELIZABETH, Roots of Reform: Farmers, Workers, and the American
  State, 1877–1917 .................................................................................................. 901
SAWAI, MINORU, Ed. (See Odaka, Konsuke, ed.) ...................................................... 929
SCHRAG, PETER, Paradise Lost: California’s Experience, America’s Future ........... 889
SEARLE, G. R., Morality and the Market in Victorian Britain .................................. 565
SHARPLESS, REBECCA, Fertile Ground, Narrow Choices: Women on Texas
  Cotton Farms, 1900–1940 .................................................................................... 887
SHAW, L. M. E., The Anglo-Portuguese Alliance and the English Merchants
  in Portugal, 1654–1810 ........................................................................................ 276
SKOCPOL, THEDA, Ed., Democracy, Revolution, and History................................... 280
SMITH, MARK M., Debating Slavery: Economy and Society in the Antebellum
1196                                      Index to Volume 60

  American South..................................................................................................... 894
SNOOKS, GRAEME DONALD, The Laws of History ....................................................1181
SOLOMOU, SOLOMOS, Economic Cycles: Long Cycles and Business
  Cycles Since 1870 ................................................................................................. 931
STARR, KEVIN, Endangered Dreams: The Great Depression in California .............. 580
STEEPLES, DOUGLAS, Treasure from the Painted Hills: A History of Calico,
  California, 1882–1907.......................................................................................... 579
STEWART, GORDON T., Jute and Empire: The Calcutta Jute Wallahs and the
  Landscapes of Empire........................................................................................... 886
REVIEWS OF BOOKS—continued
STONE, IRVING, The Global Export of Capital from Great Britain, 1865–1914:
  A Statistical Survey ............................................................................................... 286
STORRS, LANDON R. Y., Civilizing Capitalism: The National Consumers’ League,
  Women’s Activism, and Labor Standards in the New Deal Era.............................1162
SUBRAMANIAN, LAKSHMI, Ed. (See Mukherjee, Rudrangshu, ed.) ........................... 882
SUMMERS, MARK WAHLGREN, Rum, Romanism, & Rebellion: The Making of a
  President 1884 ......................................................................................................1156
SYLLA, RICHARD, RICHARD TILLY, AND GABRIEL TORTELLA, Eds., The State,
  The Financial System, and Economic Modernization........................................... 592
TAYLOR, MARK P., Ed. (See Bayoumi, Tamim, ed.).................................................. 284
THOMSON, J. K. J., Decline in History: The European Experience .......................... 567
TILLY, LOUISE A., Ed. (See Klausen, Jytte, ed.) ........................................................ 279
TILLY, RICHARD, Ed. (See Sylla, Richard, ed.).......................................................... 592
TORTELLA, GABRIEL, Ed. (See Sylla, Richard, ed.)................................................... 592
TREBILCOCK, CLIVE, Phoenix Assurance and the Development of British
  Insurance: Volume II, The Era of the Insurance Giants, 1870–1984 ...................1142
TUTTLE, CAROLYN, Hard at Work in Factories and Mines. The Economics
  of Child Labor during the British Industrial Revolution.......................................1144
VAUGHT, DAVID, Cultivating California: Growers, Specialty Crops, and Labor,
  1875–1920 ............................................................................................................1160
WAITES, BERNARD, Europe and the Third World ......................................................1182
WALDINGER, ROGER, Still the Promised City? African-Americans and New
  Immigrants in Postindustrial New York ............................................................... 584
WALTMAN, JEROLD, The Politics of the Minimum Wage ...........................................1169
WEINGAST, BARRY R. (See Bates, Robert H.)........................................................... 312
WINTER, JAMES H., Secure from Rash Assault: Sustaining the Victorian
  Environment..........................................................................................................1146
WOKECK, MARIANNE S., Trade in Strangers: The Beginnings of Mass Migration
  to North America................................................................................................... 281
WORMELL, JEREMY, The Management of the National Debt of the United
  Kingdom, 1900–1932............................................................................................1147
WUESCHNER, SILVANO A., Charting Twentieth Century Monetary Policy: Herbert
  Hoover and Benjamin Strong, 1917–1929............................................................ 307
WULF, KARIN, Not All Wives: Women of Colonial Philadelphia...............................1154
YOUNG, EARLE B., Tracks to the Sea: Galveston and Western Railroad
  Development, 1866–1900 ..................................................................................... 578

				
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