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Recent publications

Recent publications

Publications identified with (*) – author is no longer a member of the Group.

Publications in press

Journal Articles

  • Day J. Leaving home in nineteenth-century England and Wales: A spatial analysis. Demographic Research, forthcoming.
  • Erickson AL. Esther Sleepe, fanmaker, and her family. Special issue on the Burney Family, Eighteenth-Century Life, forthcoming 2017.
  • Jaadla H, Puur A, Rahu K. Socio-economic and cultural differentials in mortality in a late-nineteenth-century urban setting: a linked records study from Tartu, Estonia, 1897–1900. Demographic Research, forthcoming 2017.
  • Radicic D, Pugh G. Performance effects of open innovation in European small and medium-sized enterprises. Journal of Small Business Management, forthcoming.
  • Rutterford J, Sotiropoulis D, van Lieshout C. Individual investors and local bias in the UK: 1870-1935. Economic History Review, forthcoming.
  • Smith RM. Economic and demographic changes in sixteenth-century Essex and their impact on domestic building. Transactions of the Essex Society for Archaeology and History, forthcoming 2017.
  • Stanev K, Alvarez-Palau E, Martí, J. Railway Development and the Economic and Political Integration of the Balkans, c.1850-2000. Europe-Asia Studies, forthcoming 2017.
  • Stephenson J. 'Real' Wages? Contractors, workers and pay in London building trades, 1650 -1800. Economic History Review, forthcoming.
  • van Lieshout C. "The most valuable means of extinguishing the destroying fires": fire-fighting and the London water companies in the long eighteenth century. London Journal, forthcoming January 2017.

Chapters in Books

  • Alvarez-Palau E, Martí J. Railways and population distribution: HGIS data and indicators for spatial analysis. In: Gregory I, DeBeats D, Lafreniere D. (eds) Routledge Handbook of Spatial History. Routledge; forthcoming 2017.
  • Briggs C. Rural households and the market for commodities in the later middle ages. In: Müller M. (ed) The Routledge History Handbook of Medieval Rural Life, c. 1100–1550. Routledge; forthcoming.
  • Briggs C. Mortgages and the English peasantry, c.1250-1350. In: Briggs C, Zuijderduijn J. (eds) Land and credit: mortgages and annuities in the medieval and early modern European countryside. Palgrave; forthcoming (Palgrave studies in the history of finance series).
  • Briggs C. Manorial court roll inventories as evidence for English peasant consumption and living standards, c.1270-c.1420. In: Furio A, Garcia-Oliver F. (eds) Pautes de Consum i Nivells de Vida al Món Rural Medieval. Valencia, Spain: Publicacions de la Universitat de València; forthcoming.
  • Erickson AL. Negotiating social capital: apprenticing daughters in early modern urban England. In: Lanzinger M, Maegraith J, Clementi S, Forster E, Hagen C. (eds) Stipulating – Litigating – Mediating. Negotiations of Gender and Property. Brill; forthcoming.
  • Erickson AL. The sphere of influence of Ellen McArthur of Girton College, Cambridge. In: Smith H, Zook M. (eds) Generations of Women Historians: Within and Beyond the Academy. University of Amsterdam Press; forthcoming.
  • Erickson AL. Rethinking the significance of inheritance and marriage in landholding. In: Capern A, McDonagh B. (eds) Women and the Land, 1500-1900. Boydell; forthcoming.
  • Martí J, Alvarez-Palau E. HSR and the City: Accessibility to stations and intermodality. In: Bel G, Albalate D. Evaluating High-Speed Rail: Interdisciplinary Perspectives. Routledge; forthcoming 2017.
  • Smith RM. Contrasting susceptibilities to famine in early fourteenth century and late sixteenth-century England: the significance of late medieval social structural and governmental changes. In: Braddick MJ, Withington P. (eds) Popular Culture and Political Agency in Early Modern England and Ireland Essays in Honour of John Walter. Woodbridge: Boydell and Brewer; forthcoming 2017.
  • Smith RM. Fertility characteristics of household formation systems. In: Hopwood N, Kassell L, Flemming R. (eds) Reproduction: From Antiquity to the Present Day. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press; forthcoming 2017.
  • Warde P. Sustainability, resources and the destiny of states in German cameralist thought. In: Forrester K, Smith S. (eds) TBA Cambridge: Cambridge University Press; forthcoming.
  • Warde P. Social and environmental history in the Anthropocene. In: Arnold J. (ed) History Matters. History after Hobsbawm. Oxford: Oxford University Press; forthcoming.
  • Warde P. Constructing Arctic Energy Resources: the case of the Canadian north, 1921-1980. In: Wormbs N. (ed) Arctic Futures. Farnham: Ashgate; forthcoming.
  • Warde P. Cameralist writing in the mirror of practice: the long development of forestry in Germany. In: Seppel M, Tribe K. (eds) Cameralism in practice: The spread of German principles of state administration and economy in eighteenth-century Europe. Woodbridge: Boydell; forthcoming.
  • Wrigley EA. The preventive check and the poor law: the Malthusian model and its implications. In: Malthus TR. An essay of the principle of population. Yale University Press; forthcoming. (Rethinking the western tradition series).

Books

  • Briggs C, Zuijderduijn J. (eds) Land and credit: mortgages and annuities in the medieval and early modern European countryside. Palgrave; forthcoming (Palgrave studies in the history of finance series).
  • Warde P. The Invention of Sustainability. Nature, Human Action, and Destiny, 1500-1870. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press; forthcoming.

Publications 2014-2016

Journal Articles

  • Bennett RJ. Interpreting business partnerships in late Victorian Britain. Economic History Review. 2016: 69(4): 1199-1227. doi:10.1111/ehr.12327
  • Bennett RJ & Newton G. Identifying employers in the population census in England and Wales in 1881. Local Population Studies. 2015 Autumn; 95(1): 29-49.
  • Boothman L. Studying the stayers: the stable population of Long Melford, Suffolk, over two hundred years. Local Population Studies. 2015 Autumn; 95.
  • Boulton J, Davenport RJ. Few deaths before baptism: clerical policy, private baptism and the registration of births in Georgian Westminster: a paradox resolved. Local Population Studies. 2015; 94(1): 28-47 URI:http://www.repository.cam.ac.uk/handle/1810/248575
  • Briggs C. Introduction: law courts, contracts and rural society in Europe, 1200–1600. Continuity and Change. 2014; 29 (2014; Special issue: Law courts, contracts and rural society in Europe 1200-1600, ed. Briggs C.): 3-18. doi:10.1017/S026841601400006X.
  • Briggs C, Schofield P. Understanding Edwardian villagers' use of law: some manor court litigation evidence. Reading Medieval Studies. 2014; XL (2014; Special issue: Law's dominion: medieval studies for Paul Hyams): 117-39.
  • Broad J. Making sense of Detached Kitchens: the implications of documentary evidence from seventeenth century Wiltshire. Vernacular Architecture. 2015; 46: 1-7.
  • Davenport RJ. Urban family reconstitution – a worked example. Local Population Studies. 2016; 96: 28-49.
  • Davenport RJ, Boulton J, Schwarz L. Urban inoculation and the decline of smallpox in eighteenth century cities – a reply to Razzell. Economic History Review. 2016; 69(1): 188-214. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/ehr.12112
  • Erickson AL. Mistresses and marriage: or, a short history of the Mrs. History Workshop Journal. 2014 Autumn; 78(1): 39-57.doi:10.1093/hwj/dbt002.
  • Gentvilaite R, Kander A, Warde P. The Role of Energy Quality in Shaping Long-Term Energy Intensity in Europe. Energies. 2015;8(1), 133-153. doi:10.3390/en8010133
  • Jaadla H & Puur A. The impact of water supply and sanitation on infant mortality: Individual-level evidence from Tartu, Estonia, 1897–1900. Population Studies. 2016; 70(2): 163–179. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00324728.2016.1176237
  • Jervis B, Briggs C, Tompkins M. Exploring text and objects: escheators' inventories and material culture in medieval English rural households. Medieval Archaeology. 2015; 59: 168-92. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00766097.2015.1119400
  • Kabagenyi A, Reid A, Rutaremwa G, Atuyambe LM and Ntozi JPM. Has Uganda experienced any stalled fertility transitions? Reflecting on the last four decades (1973-2011). Fertil Res Pract. 2015; 1: 1-10. doi:10.1186/s40738-015-0006-1
  • Kabagenyi A, Jennings L, Reid A, Nalwadda G, Ntozi J, Atuyambe L. Barriers to male involvement in contraceptive uptake and reproductive health services: a qualitative study of men and women's perceptions in two rural districts in Uganda. Reproductive Health. 2014; 11(1): 21. doi:10.1186/1742-4755-11-21.
  • Marphatia A, Cole T, Grijalva-Eternod C and Wells J. Associations of gender inequality with child malnutrition and mortality across 96 countries. Global Health, Epidemiology and Genomics. 2016; 1(e6): 1-8.
  • Marphatia AA, Devakumar D, Wells JCK, Saville N, Reid A, Costello A, Manandhar DS and Osrin D. Maternal phenotype, independent of family economic capital, predicts educational attainment in lowland Nepalese children. American Journal of Human Biology. 2016; 28(5): 687-698. doi:10.1002/ajhb.22852
  • McGeevor S. How well did the 19th century census record women's 'regular' employment in England and Wales? A case study of Hertfordshire in 1851. The History of the Family. 2014; 19(4): 489-512. doi: 10.1080/1081602X.2014.968181.
  • Newton G. Clandestine marriage in early modern London: when, where and why? Continuity and Change. 2014; 29(2): 151-180.http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0268416014000137
  • Pugh G, Mangan J, Blackburn V and Radicic D. School Expenditure and School Performance: Evidence from New South Wales schools using a dynamic panel analysis. British Educational Research Journal. 2015; 41(2), 244-264.
  • Radicic D, Pugh G, Hollanders H, Wintjes R and Fairburn J. The impact of innovation support programmes on SME innovation in traditional manufacturing industries: an evaluation for seven EU regions. Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy (Online Early View December 2015). doi: 10.1177/0263774X15621759
  • Reid A, Galley C. Maternal mortality. Local Population Studies. 2015; 93: 68-78. URI:http://www.repository.cam.ac.uk/handle/1810/246823
  • Reid A, Garrett E, Dibben C, Williamson L. 'A confession of ignorance': deaths from old age and deciphering cause-of-death statistics in Scotland, 1855–1949. The History of the Family. 2015; 20: 320-344. doi:10.1080/1081602X.2014.1001768
  • Reid A, van den Boomen N. The faces of death: regional differentiation in cause-specific mortality in the past. The History of the Family. 2015; 20: 309-319. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/1081602X.2015.1057758
  • Stuetzer M, Obschonka M, Audretsch DB, Wyrwich M, Rentfrow PJ, Coombes M, Shaw-Taylor L, Satchell M. Industry structure, entrepreneurship, and culture: An empirical analysis using historical coalfields. European Economic Review. 2016; 86: 52-72. doi:10.1016/j.euroecorev.2015.08.012
  • Sugden K. The Location of the Textile Industry in England and Wales, 1813-1820. Textile History. 2016; 47(2): 208-226. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00404969.2016.1211440
  • van Lieshout C. Droughts and dragons: Geography, rainfall, and eighteenth-century London's water systems. Technology & Culture. 2016; 57(4): 780-805. doi:10.1353/tech.2016.0107
  • Warde P. Global crisis or global coincidence? Past and Present. 2015; 228(1): 287-301. doi: 10.1093/pastj/gtv028
  • Williams S. The maintenance of bastard children in London, 1790–1834. Economic History Review. 2016; 69(3): 945–971. doi:10.1111/ehr.12279
  • Wrigley EA. Urban growth in early modern England: food, fuel, and transport. Past and Present. 2014; 225(1): 79-112.doi:10.1093/pastj/gtu032.

Chapters in Books

  • Briggs C. Peasants, Lords, and Commerce: Market Regulation at Balsham, Cambridgeshire, in the Early Fourteenth Century. In: Kowaleski M, Langdon J, Schofield P. (eds) Peasants and lords in the medieval English economy: essays in honour of Bruce M.S. Campbell. Brepols; 2015; pp.247-72.
  • Briggs C. English serfdom, c.1200-c.1350: towards an institutionalist analysis. In: Cavaciocchi S. (ed) Schiavitù e servaggio nell'economia europea, secc. XI-XVII. Florence University Press; 2014; p.13-32.
  • Briggs C. Money and Rural Credit in the Later Middle Ages Revisited. In: Allen M, Coffman D. (eds) Money, Prices and Wages: Essays in Honour of Professor Nicholas Mayhew. Palgrave Macmillan; 2014.
  • Broad J. English Agrarian Structures in a European Context, 1300-1925. In: Bowen J and Brown A. Custom and Commercialization. University of Hertfordshire; 2016; pp.51-72.
  • Broad J. Joan Thirsk and agricultural regions: a fifty year perspective. In: Dyer CC. et al (eds) Farmers, consumers and innovators: the world of Joan Thirsk. University of Hertfordshire; 2016; pp.17-27.
  • Broad J. The parish and the poor in England since 1600. In: Broad J, Schuurman A. (eds) Wealth and Poverty in European Rural Societies from the Sixteenth to Nineteenth Century. Brepols; 2014.
  • Garrett E, Reid A. Introducing 'movers' into community reconstructions: linking civil registers of vital events to local and national census data: a Scottish experiment. In: Bloothooft G, Christen P, Mandemakers K, Schraagen M (eds) Population Reconstruction. Springer; 2015; pp.263-283.
  • Kirby G, Carson J, Dunlop F, Dibben C, Dearle A, Williamson L, Garrett E, Reid A. Automatic Methods for Coding Historical Occupation Descriptions to Standard Classifications. In: Bloothooft G, Christen P, Mandemakers K, Schraagen M (eds) Population Reconstruction. Springer; 2015; pp.43-60.
  • Reid A, Garrett E, Szreter S. Residential mobility and child mortality in early twentieth century Belfast. In: Ramiro-Farinas D, Oris M. (eds) New approaches to death in cities during the health transition. New York: Springer; 2016; pp.55-76. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-43002-7_4
  • Reid A, Garrett E, Williamson L & Dibben C. A century of deaths, Scotland 1855-1955; a view from the civil registers. In: Buckham S, Jupp P & Rugg J (eds) Death in modern Scotland, 1855-1955: beliefs, attitudes and practices. Peter Lang; 2016; pp.131-160.
  • Reid A, Garrett E, Dibben C & Williamson L. Gender specific mortality trends over the epidemiological transition: a view from the British mainland 1850-2000. In: Dinges M and Weigl A (eds) The drifting apart of gender-specific life expectancy in Central and Northwestern Europe 1850/1900-2000/2010. A comparison. Franz Steiner Verlag, Stuttgart: Beihefte zu MedGG; 2016; pp.73-88.
  • Reid A. Where are all the feminist historical demographers? In: Matthijs K, Hin S, Matsuo H and Kok J. The future of historical demography. Upside down and inside out. Leuven/Den Haag: Acco Publishers; 2016; pp.145-147.
  • Shaw-Taylor L, Wrigley EA. Occupational Structure and Population Change. In: Floud R, Humphries J, Johnson P. (eds) TheCambridge Economic History of Modern Britain: Volume I, 1700-1870. 4th ed. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press; 2014; p.53-88.
  • Smith RM. Dearth and Local Political Responses in England: 1280-1325 and 1580-1596-7 compared. In: Langdon J, Kowaleski M and Schofield P. (eds) Peasants and Lords in the Medieval Economy: essays in honour of Bruce M.S. Campbell. Brussels: Brepols; 2015; pp.377-406.
  • Smith RM. People living alone. In: Frampton P, Faul MV (eds) Ageing: Policy challenges briefing. Cambridge: CSaP; 2015; pp.10-12.
  • Smith RM. Foreword to Emile Amt (ed) The Latin Cartulary of Godstow Abbey. Vol. 52 Records of Social and Economic History. Oxford University Press for the British Academy; 2014.
  • Smith RM. Foreword to Ian Levitt (ed) Treasury Control and Public Expenditure in Scotland 1885-1979. Vol. 54 Records of Social and Economic History. Oxford University Press for the British Academy; 2014.
  • Warde P. The Environment. In: Coates P, Moon D, Warde P. (eds) Local Places, Global Processes. Oxford: Windgather Press; 2016; pp.32-46.
  • Warde P. Early modern "resource crisis": the wood shortage debates in Europe. In: Brown AT, Burn A, Doherty R. (eds) Crisis in economic and social history. Woodbridge: Boydell & Brewer; 2015.
  • Warde P, Sörlin S. Expertise for the Future: the Emergence of "Relevant Knowledge" in Environmental Predictions and Global Change, c.1920-1970. In: Andersson J, Rindzeviciute E. (eds) The Struggle for the Long Term in Transnational Science and Politics during the Cold War. Abingdon: Routledge; 2015; p.39-62.
  • Warde P. History, science and environment policy. In: Pinto PR, Taithe B. (eds) The Impact of History? Histories at the Beginning of the 21st Century. Abingdon: Routledge; 2015; p.139-152.
  • Williams S. "They lived together as man and wife": Plebeian cohabitation, illegitimacy, and broken relationships in London, 1700-1840. In: Probert R. (ed) Cohabitation and non-marital births in England and Wales, 1600-2012. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan; 2014; p.65-79.
  • Williams S. Support for the Elderly during the 'Crisis' of the English Old Poor Law. In: Briggs C, Kitson P, Thompson S. (eds) Population, welfare and economic change in Britain, 1290-1834. Woodbridge: The Boydell Press; 2014; p.131-153.
  • Wrigley EA. European marriage patterns and their implications: John Hajnal's essay and historical demography during the last half-century. In: Briggs C, Kitson P, Thompson S. (eds) Population, welfare and economic change in Britain, 1290-1834. Woodbridge: The Boydell Press; 2014; p.15-41.

Books

  • Broad J, Schuurman A. (eds) Wealth and Poverty in European Rural Societies from the Sixteenth to Nineteenth Century. Brepols; 2014.
  • Briggs C, Kitson P, Thompson S. (eds) Population, welfare and economic change in Britain, 1290-1834. Woodbridge: The Boydell Press; 2014.
  • Coates P, Moon D, Warde P. (eds) Local Places, Global Processes. Oxford: Windgather Press; 2016.
  • Wrigley EA. The path to sustained growth: England's transition from an organic economy to an industrial revolution. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press; 2016.

Working Papers/Other Publications

Publications 2011-2013

Journal Articles

  • Basten S. Traffic in corpses: further evidence from late-Georgian north-east England. Local Population Studies. 2012 Spring; 88. (*)
  • Briggs C. "Can't pay" and "won't pay" in the medieval village. Common Knowledge. 2011; 17(2): 363-70. (Contribution to interdisciplinary symposium on Margaret Attwood's Payback).
  • Davenport RJ. Year of birth effects in the historical decline of tuberculosis mortality: a reconsideration. PLoS ONE. 2013; 8(12): e81797. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0081797
  • Davenport RJ, Schwarz L, Boulton J. The decline of adult smallpox in eighteenth-century London. Economic History Review. 2011; 64: 1289-1314.
  • Erickson AL. Eleanor Mosley and other milliners in the City of London companies 1700-1750. History Workshop Journal. 2011; 71: 147-72.
  • Field J. Domestic service, gender, and wages in rural England, c. 1700-1860. Economic History Review. 2013; 66: 249–272. doi:10.1111/j.1468-0289.2011.00648.x. (*)
  • Field J. Charitable giving and its distribution to Londoners after the Great Fire, 1666-1676. Urban History. 2011; 38: 3-23. (*)
  • Galley C, Garrett E, Davies R, Reid A. Living same-name siblings and English historical demography: a final comment. Local Population Studies. 2012 Spring; 88.
  • Galley C, Garrett E, Davies R, Reid A. Living same-name siblings and British historical demography: a reply to Peter Razzell. Local Population Studies. 2011 Autumn; 87: 70-77.
  • Galley C, Garrett E, Davies R, Reid A. Living same-name siblings and British historical demography. Local Population Studies. 2011 Spring; 86: 15-36.
  • Garrett E, Reid A, Szreter S. Fertility and child mortality in a household setting: comparative perspectives from UK censuses, 1861-1921. Popolazione e Storia. 2012; 2010(2): 59-82.
  • Keibek SAJ, Shaw-Taylor L. Early modern rural by-employments: a re-examination of the probate inventory evidence. Agricultural History Review. 2013; 61(2): 244-281.
  • Newton G, Smith RM. Convergence or divergence? Mortality in London, its suburbs and its hinterland between 1550 and 1700. Annales de Démographie Historique. 2013; 2: 17-49.
  • Newton G. Recent developments in making family reconstitutions. Local Population Studies. 2011 Autumn; 87: 84-89.
  • Newton G. Infant mortality variations, feeding practices and social status in London between 1550 and 1750. Social History of Medicine. 2011; 24(2): 260-80.
  • Oakes R. Adolescent mortality at Winchester College, 1393-1540: new evidence for medieval mortality and methodological considerations for historical demography. Local Population Studies. 2012 Spring; 88. (*)
  • Reid A, Garrett E. Doctors and the causes of neonatal death in nineteenth century Scotland. Annales de Demographie Historique. 2012; 2012(1): 149-179.
  • Reid A. Mrs Killer and Dr Crook: birth attendants and birth outcomes in early twentieth-century Derbyshire. Medical History. 2012 Oct; 56(4): 511-30. doi:10.1017/mdh.2012.30.
  • Reid A. Birth attendants and midwifery practice in early twentieth century Derbyshire. Social History of Medicine. 2012; 25(2): 380-399. doi:10.1093/shm/hkr138.
  • Shaw-Taylor L. The rise of agrarian capitalism and the decline of family farming in England. Economic History Review. 2012; 65: 26–60.
  • Smith RM. Records of Social and Economic History—an anniversary. British Academy Review. 2012; 19: 29-32.
  • Thompson SJ. The first income tax, political arithmetic, and the measurement of economic growth. Economic History Review. 2013; 66(3): 873-894. doi:10.1111/j.1468-0289.2012.00668.x (*)
  • Van Lottum J, Marks D. The determinants of internal migration in a developing country: quantitative evidence for Indonesia, 1930–2000. Applied Economics. 2012; 44(34): 4485-4494. (*)
  • Van Lottum J. Some considerations about the link between economic development and migration. Journal of Global History. 2011; 6(2): 339-344. (*)
  • Van Lottum J. Labour migration and economic performance: London and the Randstad, c. 1600-1800. Economic History Review. 2011; 64(2): 531-570. (*)
  • Van Lottum J, Poulsen B. Estimating numeracy and literacy levels in the maritime labour market of the North Atlantic of the late eighteenth century. Scandinavian Economic History Review. 2011; 59(1): 65-80. (*)
  • Warde P, Kander A. Energy availability from livestock and agricultural productivity in Europe c.1815-1913: a new comparison. Economic History Review. 2011; 64(1): 1-29.
  • Williams S. Unmarried mothers and the new poor law in Hertfordshire. Local Population Studies. Autumn 2013; 91: 27-43.
  • Wrigley EA. Energy and the English industrial revolution. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A. 2013; 371: 2011.0568.
  • Wrigley EA. The region as a unit of study; history and geography in harmony. In: Fauve-Chamoux A. (ed) Pierre Goubert (1915-2012). Beyond 'the Beauvaisis'. Romanian Journal of Population Studies. 2013; VII(1): 107-120.

Chapters in Books

  • Boulton J, Davenport R, Schwarz L. "These ANTE-CHAMBERS OF THE GRAVE"? Mortality, medicine, and the workhouse in Georgian London, 1725-1824. In: Reinarz J, Schwarz L. (eds) Medicine and the Workhouse. University of Rochester Press; 2013.
  • Boulton J, Black J. Paupers and their experience of a Georgian workhouse: St. Martin in the Fields, Westminster, 1725-1824. In: Hamlett J, Hoskins L, Preston R. (eds) Residential Institutions in Britain, 1725-1950: Inmates and Environments. Pickering & Chato; 2013.
  • Broad J. Farmers and Improvement. In: Hoyle RW. (ed) The Farmer in England, 1650-1980. Ashgate; 2013.
  • Broad J. Permanence and Impermanence in Housing Provision for the Eighteenth-Century Rural Poor in England. In: Shammas C. (ed) Investing in the Early Modern Built Environment: Europeans, Asians, Settlers and Indigenous Societies. Brill; 2012.
  • Broad J. La dynamique du pouvoir dans les villages anglais du XIXe siècle: logement et protection sociale. Chapter 6. In: Jessenne P. (ed) Clochemerle ou république villageoise? La conduite municipale des affaires villageoises en Europe XVIIIe-XXe siècle. Presses Universitaires du Septentrion; 2012; p.123-137.
  • Casson M, Shaw-Taylor L, Satchell AE, Wrigley EA. Railways and local population growth: Northamptonshire and Rutland, 1801-91. In: Casson M, Hashimzade N. (eds) Large Databases in Economic History: Research Methods and Case Studies. Routledge; 2013.
  • Smith RM. Foreword to L.M. Cullen et al (eds) The Bordeaux-Dublin Letters, 1757: Correspondence of an Irish Community Abroad. Vol. 53 Records of Economic and Social History. Oxford University Press for the British Academy; 2013.
  • Smith RM. Measuring adult mortality in an age of plague. In: Bailey M, Rigby S. (eds) Town and Countryside in the Age of the Black Death. Brussels: Brepols; 2012; p.43-85.
  • Smith RM, Poos LR, Oeppen J. Re-assessing Josiah Russell's measurements of late medieval mortality using Inquisitions Post Mortem. In: Hicks M. (ed) The Fifteenth-Century Inquisitions Post Mortem: A Companion. Woodbridge: Boydell and Brewer; 2012; p.152-181.
  • Smith RM. Social security as a developmental institution? The relative efficacy of poor relief provisions under the English Old Poor Law. In: Bayly CA, Rao V, Szreter S, Woolcock M. (eds) History, Historians and Development Policy. Manchester University Press; 2011; p.75-102.
  • Thompson SJ. Population combined with wealth and taxation: statistics, representation and the making of the 1832 Reform Act. In: Crook T, O'Hara G. (eds) Statistics and the Public Sphere: Numbers and the People in Modern Britain, c. 1800-2000. London: Routledge; 2011; p.205-223. (*)
  • Van Lottum J, Heerma van Voss L, Lucassen J. Sailors, National and International Labour Markets and National Identity, 1600-1850. In: Unger W. (ed) Shipping and Economic Growth 1350-1850. Leiden: Brill; 2011; p.309-352. (*)
  • Van Rossum M, Heerma van Voss L, van Lottum J, Lucassen J. National and International Labour Markets for Sailors in European, Atlantic and Asian Waters, 1600-1850. In: Fusaro M, Polonia A. (eds) Maritime History as Global History. Maritime History Publications, Memorial University of Newfoundland; 2010. (Research in Maritime History Vol. 43). (*)
  • Wrigley EA. The west European marriage system in early modern Europe. In: Beekink E, Walhout E. (eds) Liber Amicorum: Frans Poppel: a sort of farewell. The Hague: Nederlands Interdisciplinair Demografisch Institut; 2012; p.81-84.
  • Wrigley EA, Satchell AEM. Areal Data. In: Wrigley EA. (ed) The Early English Censuses. Oxford: Oxford University Press for the British Academy; 2011; p.122-154.
  • Wrigley EA. Economic history and demography. In: Ammannati F. (ed) Where is economic history going? Methods and prospects from the 13th to the 18th centuries. Firenze: Firenze University Press; 2011; p.473-495. ISBN 978-88-6453-287-7. (Istituto Internazionale di Storia Economica "F. Datini" Prato, Atti delle Settimane di Studi e altri Convegni, 42).
  • Wrigley EA. Coping with rapid population growth: how England fared in the century preceding the Great Exhibition. In: Feldman D, Lawrence J. (eds) Structures and transformations in modern British history. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press; 2011; p.24-53. ISBN 978-0-521-51882-6.

Books

  • Broad J. Bishop Wake's Summary of Visitation Returns from the Diocese of Lincoln 1706-15. Part One: Lincolnshire. Oxford: Oxford University Press for the British Academy; 2012.
  • Broad J. Bishop Wake's Summary of Visitation Returns from the Diocese of Lincoln 1706-15. Part Two: Huntingdonshire, Hertfordshire (part), Bedfordshire, Leicestershire, Buckinghamshire. Oxford: Oxford University Press for the British Academy; 2012.
  • Dennison T. The Institutional Framework of Russian Serfdom. Cambridge University Press; 2011. (*)
  • Wrigley EA. (ed) The Early English Censuses. Oxford: Oxford University Press for the British Academy; 2011.

Working Papers in a Series/Other Publications

  • Briggs C, Koyama M. Pledging and credit markets in medieval England. Cambridge Working Papers in Economic & Social History. 2012 March; 5.
  • Crisp Z. Housing and private outside space in nineteenth century England. Cambridge Working Papers in Economic & Social History. 2012 March; 3. (*)
  • Erickson AL. Mistresses and marriage: or, a short history of the Mrs. Cambridge Working Papers in Economic & Social History. 2012 July; 8.
  • Erickson AL. Marital status and economic activity: interpreting spinsters, wives, and widows in pre-census population listings. Cambridge Working Papers in Economic & Social History. 2012 July; 7.
  • Kitson PM, Shaw-Taylor L, Wrigley EA, Davies RS, Newton G, Satchell AEM. The creation of a 'census' of adult male employment for England and Wales for 1817. Cambridge Working Papers in Economic & Social History. 2012 March, 2013 December; 4.
  • Newton G. Family reconstitution in an urban context: some observations and methods. Cambridge Working Papers in Economic & Social History. 2013 January; 12.
  • Saito O, Sato M. Japan's civil registration systems before and after the Meiji Restoration. Discussion Paper Series A. Institute of Economic Research, Hitotsubashi University. 2011 January; No. 546.
  • Smith RM. The Centennial Issue of the Discussion Papers in Economic and Social History. University of Oxford Discussion Papers in Economic and Social History. 2013 July; 100; p.17-22.
  • Thompson SJ. Redrawing the boundaries of British democracy? Census data and the Great Reform Act, 1832-2011. History & Policy Papers. 2011 March. (*)

Published Conference Papers/Abstracts

  • Haycock IJ. British Agricultural History Society Spring Conference 2012. Agricultural History Review. 2013; 61(1): 184-6.
  • Haycock IJ. Agrarian Change and Early Industrial Development in Staffordshire: the Parish of Kingswinford, 1650 to 1750. Proceedings of The Economic History Society Annual Conference 2013. 2013; 14-21.

Book Reviews

  • Hinde A, Healey J, Oakes R. Review of recent periodical literature. Local Population Studies. 2012; 89: 91-127. (*)
  • Hinde A, Healey J, Oakes R. Review of recent periodical literature. Local Population Studies. 2011; 87: 90-120. (*)
  • Oakes RHA. Book Review of M. Hicks (ed), The Fifteenth-Century Inquisitions Post Mortem: A Companion. Local Population Studies. 2013; 90: (forthcoming). (*)
  • Oakes RHA. Book Review of C. Butler, The Book of Fines: the annual accounts of the mayors of Southampton volume III 1572-1594. Local Population Studies. 2011; 86: 108-110. (*)
  • Oakes RHA. Book Review of J. Mullan and R. Britnell, Land and Family: trends and local variations in the peasant land market on the Winchester Bishopric estates 1263-1415. Southern History. 2011; 33: 143-44. (*)
  • Reid A. Book Review of The Changing Body: Health, Nutrition and Human Development in the Western World since 1700. Population Studies. 2012; 66(3): 351-353. doi:10.1080/00324728.2012.719719.
  • Reid A. Book Review of R. Woods, Death before Birth: Fetal Health and Mortality in Historical Perspective. Journal of Interdisciplinary History. 2011; 41: 621-623.

Publications 2008-2010

Journal Articles

  • Basten S. The Impact of the 1783 and 1785 Stamp Duty Acts on Scottish Vital Registration. Journal of Scottish Historical Studies. 2010; 30: 64-74. (*)
  • Briggs C. The availability of credit in the English countryside, 1400-1480. Agricultural History Review. 2008; 56(1): 1-24.
  • Briggs C. Seigniorial control of villagers' litigation beyond the manor in later medieval England. Historical Research. 2008; 81: 399-422.
  • Erickson AL. What shall we do about the servants? History Workshop Journal. 2009; 67(1): 277-286.
  • Erickson AL. Married women's work in eighteenth-century London. Continuity & Change. 2008; 23(2): 267-307.
  • Field J. Apprenticeship Migration to London from the North-East of England in the Seventeenth Century. London Journal. 2010; 35(1): 1-21. (*)
  • Goose N, Basten S. Almshouse Residency in Nineteenth Century England: An Interim Report. Family & Community History. 2009; 12(1): 65-76. (*)
  • Harm K, Van Lottum J. Immigrants in the polder. Rural-rural long distance migration in North-western Europe: the case of Watergraafsmeer. Rural History. 2009; 20: 99-117. (*)
  • Healey J. Poverty in an industrializing town: deserving hardship in Bolton, 1674-99. Social History. 2010; 35(2): 125-47. (*)
  • Healey J. The development of poor relief in Lancashire, c. 1598-1680. The Historical Journal. 2010; 53(3): 551-72. (*)
  • Kitson PM. Religious change and the timing of baptism in England, 1538-1750. The Historical Journal. 2009; 52(2): 269-294. (*)
  • Küpker M. Migration im vorindustriellen Westfalen: Das Beispiel von Hausierhandel, Hollandgang und Überseeauswanderung in Tecklenburg, 1750-1850. In: Schubert M. (ed) Migration und Gesellschaft seit dem 18. Jahrhundert – am Beispiel Westfalens. Westfälische Forschungen. 2009; 59: 45-78. (*)
  • Maegraith J. Nun Apothecaries and the Impact of the Secularisation in Southwest Germany. Continuity and Change. 2010; 25(2): 313-344. (*)
  • Marfany, J. Is it still helpful to talk about proto-industrialisation? Some suggestions from a Catalan case study. Economic History Review. 2010; 63(4): 942-973. (*)
  • Saito O. An industrious revolution in an East Asian market economy? The case of Tokugawa Japan and implications for the Great Divergence. Australian Economic History Review. 2010; 50(3): 40-261.
  • Smith RM. Linking the local and the general in population history: prioritising migration. Local Population Studies. 2008; 81: 9-11.
  • Smith RM. Introduction: Richard Smith pays tribute to Peter Laslett. Revista de Demographica Historica. 2008; XXIV: 29-34.
  • Sumnall C. Micro-geographies of illegitimacy and social change in the Gurk valley, 1870 to 1960. In: Fauve-Chamoux A, Bolovan I. (eds) Families in Europe between the Nineteenth and Twenty-First Centuries. Romanian Journal of Population Studies. 2009; III (Supplement). (*)
  • Sumnall C. There's no such thing as sin in the Alps. Some reflections on the historical demography of illegitimacy in Carinthia after 1868. Transylvanian Review. 2009; XVIII (Supplement 1): 195. (*)
  • Szoltysek M. Life cycle service and family systems in the rural countryside: a lesson from historical east-central Europe. Annales de Démographie Historique. 2009; 117(1): 53-94. (*)
  • Szoltysek M. Three kinds of preindustrial household formation system in historical Eastern Europe: a challenge to spatial patterns of the European family. The History of the Family. 2008; 13(3): 223-257. (*)
  • Szoltysek M. Rethinking Eastern Europe: household formation patterns in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth and European family systems. Continuity and Change. 2008; 23: 389-427. (*)
  • Thompson SJ. Parliamentary enclosure, property, population, and the decline of classical republicanism in eighteenth-century Britain. Historical Journal. 2008; 51: 621-42. doi:10.1017/S0018246X08006948 (*)
  • Van Lottum J. Migration to the Netherlands in the first half of the 19th century: an assessment. Annales de Démographie Historique. 2009; 117(2): 193-208. (*)
  • Wrigley EA. Rickman revisited: the population growth rates of English counties in the early modern period. Economic History Review. 2009; 62: 711-35.

Chapters in Books

  • Briggs C. Monitoring demesne managers through the manor court before and after the Black Death. In: Goddard R, Langdon J, Müller M. (eds) Survival and Discord in Medieval Society: Essays in Honour of Christopher Dyer. Brepols; 2010; p.179-195. (The Medieval Countryside 4).
  • Briggs C. Credit and the freehold land market in England, c.1200-c.1350: possibilities and problems for research. In: Lambrecht T, Schofield PR. (eds) Credit and the rural economy in north-western Europe, c. 1200-1850. Brepols; 2009; p.109-28. (Comparative Rural History of the North Sea Area 12).
  • Broad J. The parish and homes for the rural poor 1700-1850. In: Sharpe P, McEwan J. (eds) Accommodating Poverty. Palgrave Macmillan; 2010.
  • Broad J. Understanding village desertion in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. In: Dyer CC, Jones RV (eds) The Deserted Medieval Village Revisited. University of Hertfordshire Press; 2010.
  • Broad J. Introduction. In: Broad J. (ed) A Common Agricultural Inheritance? Revising French and British rural divergence. British Agricultural History Society; 2009. (Agricultural History Review Supplement Series).
  • Shaw-Taylor L. Dictionary entries 'Agricultural Revolution', p.19-20, and 'Enclosure', p.191-2. In: Gregory D, Johnston R, Pratt G, Watts M, Whatmore S. (eds) The Dictionary of Human Geography. 5th ed. Wiley-Blackwell; 2009.
  • Shaw-Taylor L. Dictionary entry 'Common rights and common land'. In: Durlauf S, Blume L. (eds) The new Palgrave dictionary of Economics. 2nd ed. Palgrave Macmillan; 2008.
  • Sumnall C. The Hills Are Alive With The Sound Of Bastards! Illegitimacy and its social reception in the Gurk Valley, Austria, c.1880 to 1940. In: Arrizabalaga M-P, Bolovan I, Eppel M, Kok J, Nagata M-L. (eds) Many Paths to Happiness? Studies in Population and Family History: A Festschrift for Antoinette Fauve-Chamoux. Amsterdam: Askant; 2010. (*)
  • Szoltysek M. Heterogeneity or homogeneity? Peasant households in historical Poland and Silesia at the end of 18th century. In: Kuklo C, Guzowski P. (eds) Rodzina i gospodarstwo domowe na ziemiach polskich w XV-XIX wieku. Struktury demograficzne, społeczne i gospodarcze [Family and household on the Polish territories 15th-19th centuries] (with D. Biskup). Warszawa; 2008; p.363-390. (In Polish). (*)
  • Van Lottum J. La migration de travail en Europe du Nord-Ouest. In: Beaurepaire P-Y, Pourchasse P. (eds) Les circulations internationales en Europe (1680-1780). Rennes; 2010; p.19-35. (*)
  • Van Lottum J. Entries 'Human movement, 600-1300', ' Human movement 1300-1400' and 'Human movement, 1400-1600'. In: Wawro G. (ed) Historical Atlas. A Comprehensive History of the World. Elanora: Millennium House; 2008. (*)

Books

  • Briggs C. Credit and village society in fourteenth-century England. Oxford: Oxford University Press for the British Academy; 2009. (British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowship Monographs Series).
  • Broad J. (ed) A Common Agricultural Inheritance? Revising French and British Rural Divergence. British Agricultural History Society; 2009. (Agricultural History Review Supplement Series).
  • Harding V, Baker P, Davies M, Merry M, Newton G, Myhill O, Smith R. People in Place: Families, Households and Housing in Early Modern London. Centre for Metropolitan History, Institute of Historical Research; 2008.
  • Küpker M. Weber, Hausierer, Hollandgänger. Demografischer und wirtschaftlicher Wandel im ländlichen Raum: Das Tecklenburger Land 1750-1870. Frankfurt/New York: Campus Verlag Gmbh; 2008. (Studien zur historischen Sozialwissenschaft 32). (*)
  • Martin E, Satchell M. 'Wheare most Inclosures be' East Anglian Fields: History, Morphology and Management. Suffolk County Council; 2008. (East Anglian Archaeology Report Volume 124).
  • Wrigley EA. Energy and the English industrial revolution. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press; 2010. ISBN 978-0-521-76693-7.
  • Warde P. Ecology, Economy and State Formation in Early Modern Germany. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press; 2010. (Cambridge Studies in Population, Economy and Society in Past Time No. 41).

Working Papers in a Series/Other Publications

  • Saito O, Settsu T. Unveiling Historical Occupational Structures and its Implications for Sectoral Labour Productivity Analysis in Japan's Economic Growth. Global COE Hi-Stat Discussion Paper. Research Unit for Statistical and Empirical Analysis in Social Sciences (Hi-Stat), Hitotsubashi University; 2010; 143.
  • Smith RM. Social Security as a Developmental Institution? Extending the Solar Case for the Relative Efficacy of Poor Relief Provisions under the English Old Poor Law. Brooks World Poverty Institute Working Paper. BWPI, University of Manchester; 2008; 56.

Published Conference Papers/Abstracts

  • Briggs C. Manorial court roll inventories as evidence for English peasant possessions and living standards. In: Furió A, Garcia-Oliver F. (eds) Pautas de consumo y niveles de vida en el mundo rural medieval. Univ. of Valencia Press; 2008. (Proceedings of Congress 18-20 September 2008, Universitat de València).

Book Reviews

  • Erickson AL. Women's work in the eighteenth century. Reviews in History. 2008; No. 708a. URL: http://www.history.ac.uk/reviews/review/708a.
  • Reid A. Review of Small and Special: the Hospital for Sick Children at Great Ormond Street Historic Patient Admissions Database. Reviews in History. 2009; No. 817. URL: http://www.history.ac.uk/reviews/review/817.
  • Reid A. Book Review of G. Rice, Black November: The 1918 Influenza Pandemic in New Zealand. English Historical Review. 2008; CXXIII: 788-789.