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Publications in progress

Publications in progress

The following are currently in progress:

  • Bogart, D., Shaw-Taylor, L., Satchell, M. Structural change: Railways, Endowments, and occupational structure in Industrializing Britain.
  • Buyst, E., Shaw-Taylor, L. An Anglo-Belgian comparison of occupational structures during industrialization.
  • Erickson, A.L. "The proliferation of the pin": The sexual division of labour in pin-making.
  • Erickson, A.L. and Stephenson, J. Contracting in 18th-century London.
  • Erickson, A.L. and Stephenson, J. Businesswomen in 18th-century London.
  • Field, J. and Shaw-Taylor, L. The male occupational structure of London, c.1710-52: a new perspective on London during the first half of the eighteenth century.
  • Field, J. Occupations and Crime in Seventeenth-Century Southwark.
  • Field, J. The Economic Development of Early Modern Westminster..
  • Field, J. The Male Occupational Structure of Seventeenth-Century London.
  • Saito, O., Shaw-Taylor, L. The sectoral allocation of male labourers: A solution to the problem for England and Wales 1700-1911.
  • Saito, O., Shaw-Taylor, L. (eds) Occupational Structure and Industrialization in Comparative Perspective.
  • Shaw-Taylor, L. and You, X. The female labour force in England and Wales c.1710-1871.
  • Smith, R.M., Shaw-Taylor, L., Wrigley, E.A. How agricultural was the English population in 1381?
  • Sugden, K. Clapham revisited: The transference of the worsted industry from Norfolk to the West Riding, c. 1700-1851, submitted to Continuity and Change.
  • Sugden, K. The decline of the Norwich worsted industry, c. 1700-1800.
  • You, X. The regional diversity of female employment in nineteenth century England and Wales.
  • You, X. The breadwinner-homemaker model revisited: mother's work in nineteenth century England and Wales.