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List of publications arising directly from the Occupational Structure of Britain c.1379-1911 project

List of publications arising directly from the Occupational Structure of Britain c.1379-1911 project

Forthcoming

Erickson, A.L. Esther Sleepe, fanmaker, and her family. Eighteenth-Century Life, Special issue on the Burney family, 42(2), forthcoming April 2018.

Erickson, A.L. and Schmidt, A. Migration, in: Shepard, A. and MacLeod, C. (eds.) Producing Change: Gender and Work in Early Modern Europe, publication expected 2019.

Field, J.F. London, Londoners and the Great Fire of 1666: Disaster and Recovery. Abingdon: Routledge; forthcoming early 2018.

Shaw-Taylor, L. Quantitative data on changing occupational structures, in: Sugden, R. and Sugden, K. (eds.) The Occupational Structure of the Okanagan, British Columbia, and Canada, 1881-1941. UBC Press; forthcoming.

Shaw-Taylor, L. Occupational Structure and the Escape from Malthusian Constraints in England and Wales, 1381-1911, in: Smith, R.M. and Wrigley, E.A. (eds.) Population Histories in Context, forthcoming.

Wrigley, E.A. The preventive check and the poor law: the Malthusian model and its implications, in: Stimson, S. (ed) T.R. Malthus, An essay of the principle of population, in the series Rethinking the western tradition. Yale University Press; forthcoming.

Wrigley, E.A. Reconsidering the industrial revolution. Journal of Interdisciplinary History, forthcoming.

Wrigley, E.A. A new look at the industrial revolution. The Letter, Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, forthcoming.

Wrigley, E.A. The general and the particular. Local Population Studies, Special issue to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the journal, forthcoming.

Wrigley, E.A. Smith, R.M. Malthus and the poor law. Historical Journal, forthcoming.

Published

2017

Bogart, D., 'The Turnpike Roads of England and Wales', in Shaw-Taylor, L., Bogart, D., and Satchell, M., (eds.) The Online Historical Atlas of Transport, Urbanization and Economic Development in England and Wales c.1680-1911. PDF

Field, J.F., 2017. Clandestine weddings at the Fleet Prison, c. 1710–1750: who married there? Continuity and Change, 32(3), 349-77. doi: https://doi.org/10.1017/S0268416017000297

Keibek, S.A.J., 2017. Using probate data to determine historical male occupational structures, Cambridge Working Papers in Economic and Social History, 26. PDF

Keibek, S.A.J., 2017. Allocating labourers to occupational (sub-)sectors using regression techniques, Cambridge Working Papers in Economic and Social History, 27. PDF

Keibek, S.A.J., 2017. Correcting the probate inventory record for wealth bias, Cambridge Working Papers in Economic and Social History, 28. PDF

Keibek, S.A.J., 2017. By-employments in early modern England and their significance for estimating historical male occupational structures, Cambridge Working Papers in Economic and Social History, 29. PDF

Obschonka, M., Stuetzer, M., Rentfrow, P.J., Shaw-Taylor, L., Satchell, M., Silbereisen, R.K., Potter, J., Gosling, S.D., 2017. In the Shadow of Coal: How Large-Scale Industries Contributed to Present-Day Regional Differences in Personality and Well-Being. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, Online Early View, November 2017. doi: https://doi.org/10.1037/pspp0000175

Satchell, M., 'Navigable waterways and the economy of England and Wales 1600-1835' in Shaw-Taylor, L., Bogart, D., and Satchell, M., (eds.) The Online Historical Atlas of Transport, Urbanization and Economic Development in England and Wales c.1680-1911. PDF

Sugden, K., 2017. An Occupational Study to Track the Rise of Adult Male Mule Spinning in Lancashire and Cheshire, 1777-1813. Textile History, 48(2), 160-75. doi: https://doi.org/10.1080/00404969.2017.1367895

Sugden, R. and Sugden, K., 2017. Economic Development of Interior British Columbia: A Case Study of Occupations in the Okanagan, 1881-1921. BC Studies, 194, Summer, 65-89.

Sugden, K., and Cockerill, A., The Wool and Cotton Textile Industries in England and Wales up to 1850 in Shaw-Taylor, L., Cockerill, A., and Satchell, M., (eds.) The Online Historical Atlas of Occupational Structure and Population Geography in England and Wales 1600-2011. PDF

You, X., The Missing Half: Female employment in Victorian England and Wales, in Shaw-Taylor, L., Cockerill, A., Satchell, M., (eds.) The Online Historical Atlas of Occupational Structure and Population Geography in England and Wales 1600-2011. PDF

2016

Stuetzer, M., Obschonka, M., Audretsch, D.B., Wyrwich, M., Rentfrow, P.J., Coombes, M., Shaw-Taylor, L., Satchell, M., 2016. Industry structure, entrepreneurship, and culture: An empirical analysis using historical coalfields. European Economic Review, 86, 52-72. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.euroecorev.2015.08.012

Sugden, K., 2016. The location of the textile industry in England and Wales, 1813-1820. Textile History, 47(2), 208-26. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00404969.2016.1211440

Wrigley, E.A., 2016. The path to sustained growth: England's transition from an organic economy to an industrial revolution. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (Chapter 5 'Changing occupational structure and consumer demand' arises from the Occupational Structure of Britain c.1379-1911 project) ISBN 98-1-107-13571-0.

2014

Erickson, A.L., 2014. Mistresses and marriage: or, a short history of the Mrs. History Workshop Journal, 78(1), 39-57. doi:10.1093/hwj/dbt002.

McGeevor, S., 2014. 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, 19(4): 489-512. doi: 10.1080/1081602X.2014.968181.

Shaw-Taylor, L. and Wrigley, E.A., 2014. Occupational Structure and Population Change, in: Floud, R., Humphries, J., Johnson, P. (eds) The Cambridge Economic History of Modern Britain: Volume I, 1700-1870. 4th ed. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, p.53-88.

Wrigley, E.A., 2014. Urban growth in early modern England: food, fuel, and transport. Past and Present, 225(1): 79-112. doi:10.1093/pastj/gtu032.

2013

Casson, M., Shaw-Taylor, L., Satchell, A.E., Wrigley, E.A., 2013. 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.

Field J., 2013. Domestic service, gender, and wages in rural England, c. 1700-1860. Economic History Review, 66, 249–272. doi:10.1111/j.1468-0289.2011.00648.x.

Keibek, S.A.J. and Shaw-Taylor, L., 2013. Early modern rural by-employments: a re-examination of the probate inventory evidence. Agricultural History Review, 61(II), pp. 244-81. See: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/bahs/agrev/2013/00000061/00000002/art00006

Wrigley, E.A., 2013. Energy and the English industrial revolution. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A, 371, 2011.0568. doi: 10.1098/rsta.2011.0568

2012

Erickson, A.L., 2012. Marital status and economic activity: interpreting spinsters, wives, and widows in pre-census population listings. Cambridge Working Papers in Economic & Social History, 7. PDF

Kitson, P.M., Shaw-Taylor, L., Wrigley, E.A., Davies, R.S., Newton, G., Satchell, A.E.M., 2012 & 2013. The creation of a 'census' of adult male employment for England and Wales for 1817. Cambridge Working Papers in Economic & Social History, 4. PDF

Shaw-Taylor, L., 2012. The rise of agrarian capitalism and the decline of family farming in England. Economic History Review, 65(1), 26–60. doi: 10.1111/j.1468-0289.2010.00585.x

2011

Erickson, A.L., 2011. Eleanor Mosley and other milliners in the City of London Companies 1700-1750. History Workshop Journal, 71(1), pp. 147-72. doi: 10.1093/hwj/dbq053

Wrigley, E.A., 2011. Coping with rapid population growth: how England fared in the century preceding the Great Exhibition of 1851, in: Feldman, D. and Lawrence, J. (eds) Structures and transformations in modern British history: essays for Gareth Stedman-Jones. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 24-53.

Wrigley, E.A., 2011. The Early English Censuses. Oxford: Oxford University Press for the British Academy.

2010

Wrigley, E.A., 2010. Energy and the English industrial revolution. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (Chapter 5 'Occupational structure, aggregated income, and migration' arises from the Occupational Structure of Britain c.1379-1911 project)

2009

Erickson, A.L., 2009. [review article] "What shall we do about the servants?": Carolyn Steedman, Master and Servant: Love and Labour in the English Industrial Age, and Alison Light, Mrs Woolf and the Servants. History Workshop Journal, 67(1).

Erickson, A.L., 2009. [review] Alison Kay, The Foundations of Female Entrepreneurship: Enterprise, Home and Household in London c.1800-1870. Reviews in History, no. 917. See: www.history.ac.uk/reviews/review/917

Wrigley, E.A., 2009. Rickman revisited: the population growth rates of English counties in the early modern period. Economic History Review, 62, pp. 711-35. doi: 10.1111/j.1468-0289.2009.00476.x

2008

Erickson, A.L., 2008. Married women's occupations in eighteenth-century London. Continuity & Change, 23(2), 267-307. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0268416008006772

Erickson, A.L., 2008. [review article] Women's work in the eighteenth century: Nancy Locklin, Women's Work and Identity in Eighteenth-Century Brittany, and Isabelle Baudino, et al (eds) Invisible Woman: Aspects of Women's Work in Eighteenth-Century Britain. Reviews in History, no. 708a. See: www.history.ac.uk/reviews/review/708a

2007

Shaw-Taylor, L., 2007. Diverse experiences: The geography of adult female employment and the 1851 census, in: Goose, N. (ed.) Women's work in industrial England: Regional and local perspectives. Local Population Studies Society.

Wrigley, E.A., 2007. English county populations in the later eighteenth century. Economic History Review, 60(1), pp. 35-69. doi: 10.1111/j.1468-0289.2006.00355.x

2005

Shaw-Taylor, L., 2005. Family farms and capitalist farms in mid nineteenth century England. Agricultural History Review, 53(2), pp. 158-191. See: http://www.jstor.org/stable/40276025

Unpublished preliminary papers

Unpublished preliminary papers are available online at: http://www.campop.geog.cam.ac.uk/research/projects/occupations/abstracts/