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A TOC : Strategies of John D. Rockfeller and the Standard Oil Company 1863-1911(Business biography of John D. Rockefeller)

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Francois Micheloud's Homepage | En FRANCAIS s'il vous pla?t S trategies of John D. Rockefeller and the Standard Oil Company 1863-1911 Table of contents (scroll down please) - Fran?ois Recommends ... The best book I know about John D. Rockefeller ever written, is Titan : The Life of John D. Rockefeller Sr . Its author is business historian Ron Chernow , who also wrote the history of the House of Morgan (JP Morgan, the walrus-moustached banker) and the history of the Warburg bank . He carefully analyzes the man, his personnality and the operation of his business. If you have only one book to read about Rockefeller, this is the one. Buy this book from Amazon.com for 21$ Foreword Introduction John D. Rockefeller 1839-1937 The Oil Industry Beginnings of Oil Structure of the industry The four ma Read More
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Civilization and Capitalism 15th-18th Century (Fernand Braudel)

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Danny Yee's Book Reviews Subjects | Titles | Authors | Best Books | Search | Latest Civilization and Capitalism 15th-18th Century 1: The Structures of Everyday Life 2: The Wheels of Commerce 3: The Perspective of the World Fernand Braudel translated from the French by Siân Reynolds HarperCollins 1985 A book review by Danny Yee © 1995 http://dannyreviews.com/ Civilization and Capitalism is the single most impressive work of history I have read. Braudel's magnum opus is an economic history of the four centuries during which the modern world was shaped. The emphasis is, in Annales style, very much on social and economic history — wars , treaties, kings and popes only feature incidentally. Braudel takes a very broad view of his subject, however: temporally Civilization and Capitali Read More
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Costs and Wages in Great Britain - A free numismatic report from MS Coins

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Economic History Association |

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Economic History Association About | Announcements | Membership | Grants and Fellowships | Prizes | Meetings | Publications | Directory Navigation About Announcements Membership Grants and Fellowships Prizes Meetings Publications Directory Announcements Economic History Association 2008 Annual Meeting The 2008 Economic History Association Meetings, "The Engines of Growth: Innovation, Creative Destruction, and Human Capital Accumulation," will be held in New Haven, Connecticut, September 12-14, 2008. Call for Papers . Economic History Association Sessions at the 2008 ASSA The Economic History Association will sponsor two sessions at the ASSA meetings in New Orleans, Louisiana, January 4-6, 2008. Program . 2007 Economic History Association Prizes The Economic History Association an Read More
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ECONOMICS THROUGH TIME

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Economics Through Time [ Home ] [ Up ] [ Contents Page ] [ Coupons Page ] [ UK Coupons Page ] [ Search Page ] [ Feedback Page ] [ Sumbit a Site ] eMission Awards UK Coupons & Vouchers Reader Offers Coming Soon In the scope of this section of the website we shall try to explain the development of economic thought, covering some of the major contributors, without going into too much theoretical depth. What Is Economics? Robinson Crusoe Bartering Petty Mercantilism Physiocracy Cantillon Quensay Turgot Smith Malthus Ricardo Say Marx Neo-Classical Marshall Keynes Austrians Kalecki Robinson Others Back to Economic Theories Main Menu (c) eCommerce-Now.com Est 08/00 - Last Updated 14/07/2005 Read More
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EH.Net | Economic History Services

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Economic History Services home | about | contact us | login Navigation Abstracts Ask the Professor Bibliographies Book Reviews Calendar Course Syllabi Databases Directory Encyclopedia How Much Is That? Mailing Lists Related Sites Search Calendar Su Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 IEHC 2009 Also visit: HistoryOfEconomics.org About Comments? Questions? Use our online feedback form or send email to admin@eh.net . About EH.Net EH.Net operates the Economic History Services web site and several electronic mailing lists to provide resources and promote communication among scholars in economic history and related fields. EH.Net is supported by the Economic History Association and other affiliated organizations: the Business History Read More
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Employment and the Revolution of 1848 in France

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Table of Contributors Table of Contents Return to Encyclopedia Home Page Employment and the Revolution of 1848 in France Employment and the Revolution of 1848 in France (1845-1852) Encouraged by expansion within the first and stage (1800-1850) of the first industrialization, the industrial and trading economy faced a strong growth in the years between 1840 and 1847: hence many jobs were created. This growth was thwarted by over-lapping 1845-1848 crises: a cyclical crisis of the textile industry; an marketing crisis caused by the agricultural crisis; and a railways investment crisis. In the already strongly industrialized north and in the Lille-Roubaix-Tourcoing area, difficulties arose in th e wool industry as early as the end of 1845 and increased in 1846-1847 in the linen and cotton indu Read More
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History of Economic Thought Website

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Home | Department of Political Science

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Home Students Expanded Course Descriptions Faculty & Staff News & Events Links and Resources Make a Gift History Contact Us Search this site only. OSU Home » CLA The Department of Political Science offers course work in several fields including: American Politics Public Policy Public Law Public Administration Political Theory State and Local Government International Relations Comparative Politics An Undergraduate Political Science Major and Minor are available. A Graduate Political Science Minor is available, in addition to our new interdisciplinary Master of Public Policy . Announcements Either directly, or after graduate study, political science graduates pursue degrees in law, foreign service, public management (all levels of government), policy analysis, international organizations, jo Read More
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Madrid of the Bourbons. Economy

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The historians define the 18th century as a period of economical growth in all Spain and also in Madrid. The capital of the new dynasty increased its economic importance at the same time that its political control increased all over Spain. One of the first symptoms of the economical growth was the increment of the Madrilenian population during this century. The first cadastres allow to approach with more accuracy to the number of inhabitants that had the city: by the middle of century 142.000 people lived in Madrid and in 1799 the number had ascended to 195.000. It is an important increase, but the Madrilenian population is much lower that in cities like Paris or London, that duplicate and triplicate it. The Madrilenian population's growth was due, partly, to an immigration process looking Read More
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McMaster University Archive for the History of Economic Thought

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Memo on the Margin: A History of the 20th Century 12-31-1999

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Have Something to Say? Enter TalkShop Today's Related Links: The Way the World Works . The Pity of War , by Niall Ferguson. An Independent Content Provider for POLYCONOMICS, INC. MEMO ON THE MARGIN December 31, 1999 A History of the 20th Century Memo To: Historians From: Jude Wanniski Re: A Supply Side Historiography I’ve been reading about the history of the 20th century for the last several weeks and can find very little interpretation with which I can agree. The idea that World War I started because of the assassination of an archduke in the Balkans, or that World War II began because Hitler wanted to conquer the world, are only two of dozens of superficialities being tossed around. I’d hoped that Robert Mundell would satisfy my desire to see the century described in terms of Read More
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Redirects for Victorian Web, Postcolonial Web, and Cyberspace, Hypertext, & Critical Theory

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< faculty grants > < projects > < about > < staff > < publications > < search > George Landow's sites are no longer hosted at STG. They are now hosted at the following places Victorian Web: http://www.victorianweb.org/ Postcolonial Web: http://www.postcolonialweb.org/ Cyberspace, Hypertext, & Critical Theory: http://www.cyberartsweb.org/cpace/ For more information, see http://www.landow.com/ or send email to george_landow@brown.edu . : help : software : getting started : training : off campus : buying : email : myAccount : telephone : policy : being secure : cis home return to main content of page Read More
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The Albert & Vera Weisbord Archives

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The Albert & Vera Weisbord Archives This is the internet archives of Albert & Vera Weisbord, Leading Communist Radicals of the 1930's. Organizers of 1926 Passaic Textile Strike, 1929 Gastonia Textile Strike, leaders of the Communist League of Struggle 1931-37. Albert Weisbord was born in New York City on December 9, 1900 of poor Russian Jewish parents. He graduated Phi Beta Kappa from the College of the City of New York in 1921. Upon graduation from CCNY he applied for the Harvard Law School ("not so much to study law, but to examine at close hand how law was the resultant of the action of social forces.") graduating with honors. Albert joined the Brooklyn Branch of the Socialist Party, by 1920 he became an active organizer. In 1921 he was elected National Secretary of the Young Peoples So Read More
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The Economic Consequences of the Peace

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The Economic Consequences of the Peace by John Maynard Keynes 1919 Chapter 1 Introductory Chapter 2 Europe Before the War Chapter 3 The Conference Chapter 4 The Treaty Chapter 5 Reparation Chapter 6 Europe After the Treaty Chapter 7 Remedies Chapter 1: Introductory The power to become habituated to his surroundings is a marked characteristic of mankind. Very few of us realise with conviction the intensely unusual, unstable, complicated, unreliable, temporary nature of the economic organisation by which Western Europe has lived for the last half century. We assume some of the most peculiar and temporary of our late advantages as natural, permanent, and to be depended on, and we lay our plans accordingly. On this sandy and false foundation we scheme for social improvement and dress our polit Read More
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The vital contribution to the economy of the Atlantic world made by American slaves of African descent has been argued by several historians over thge past fifty years. It is now generally accepted that the production of agricultural staples such as cott

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Brendan Foley [return to Brendan's homepage ] Slaves in the American Maritime Economy, 1638-1865: Economic and Cultural Roles July 28, 1741 - Aboard the Privateer Revenge , Latitude 31 ° 59? N Longitude 73 ° 6? W: About 5 a.m. spied a sail under our lee bow, bore down on her, and when in gunshot fired one of our bow chasers. She immediately lowered all her sails....We sent our lieutenant aboard, who reported that she was loaded with Pork, Beans, Live Hogs, &c., and a horse, & had on board 2 Englishmen; the Master, who is a Frenchman born, but turned Spaniard; 3 [mulatto] Spanish slaves, & one negro. [1] American and Caribbean slaves often have been portrayed merely as unskilled agricultural field hands and domestic servants. However, as Stanley Engerman and Robert Fogel point out, "the com Read More
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University of Oxford Discussion Papers in Economic andSocial History

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Oxford University Discussion Papers in Economic and Social History Click here for details of Seminars in Economic and Social History at Oxford , and here for the homepages of: Economic and Social History at Oxford University , Other Links Click on the highlighted title to view or download the full paper. Papers are in Adobe .pdf format, abstracts in .txt or .htm format. For Adobe Acrobat reader, go to Adobesite . 66. Jane Humphries and Tim Leunig, March 2007. Cities, Market Integration, and Going to Sea: Stunting and the Standard of Living in Early Nineteenth-Century England and Wales Abstract 65. M.A. Irigoin and R. Grafe, November 2006. Bargaining for Absolutism: A Spanish Path to Nation State and Empire Building Abstract 64. Jane Humphries, September 2006. “Because they are too me Read More
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