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Third party publications and other outputs making use of occupations project datasets

Third party publications and other outputs making use of occupations project datasets

Publications

33. Ottaway, S. R., '"A very Bad Presidente in the House": Workhouse Masters, Care and Discipline in the Eighteenth-Century Workhouse', Journal of Social History, forthcoming.

32. Berry, H., 'Charity Apprenticeships in the Industrial Revolution: the Occupational Destination of London's Foundlings', Continuity and Change, under review.

31. Trew, A., 'Endogenous Infrastructure Development and Spatial Takeoff in the First Industrial Revolution', American Economic Journal: Macroeconomics, forthcoming.

30. Berry, H., Orphans of Empire: the Fate of London's Foundlings (Oxford, 2019).

29. DePleijt, A. M., Nuvolari, A., and Weisdorf, J., 'Human Capital Formation during the First Industrial Revolution: Evidence from the Use of Steam Engines', Journal of the European Economic Association (2019), jvz006. Link to article

28. Crone, R., 'Educating the Labouring Poor in Nineteenth-Century Suffolk', Social History, 43 (2018), pp. 161–85. Link to article

27. Beach, B., and Hanlon, W. W., 'Coal Smoke and Mortality in an Early Industrial Economy', Economic Journal, 128 (2017), pp. 2652–75. Link to article

26. De Pleijt, A., and Weisdorf, J., 'Human Capital Formation from Occupations: The 'Deskilling Hypothesis' Revisited', Cliometrica, 11 (2017), pp. 1–30. Link to article

25. Rust, M., and Poos, L. R., 'Of Piers, Polltaxes and Parliament: Articulating Status and Occupation in Late-Medieval England', Fragments, 5 (2016). Link to article

24. Styles, J., 'Fashion, Textiles and the Origins of Industrial Revolution', East Asian Journal of British History, 5 (2016), pp. 161–89. Link to article

23. Aidt, T., and Franck, R., 'Democratization under the Threat of Revolution: Evidence from the Great Reform Act of 1832', Econometrica, 83 (2015), pp. 505–47. Link to article

22. Baker, J., and Brookes, S., 'Identifying Outdoor Assembly Sites in Early Medieval England', Journal of Field Archaeology, 40 (2015), pp. 3–21. Link to article

21. Broadberry, S., Campbell, B., Klein, A., Overton, M., and Leeuwen, B. v., British Economic Growth, 1270–1870 (Cambridge, 2015).

20. Gragnolati, U., and Nuvolari, A., 'The Geography of Inventive Activities during the British Industrial Revolution, 1620–1850', Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, Post-Print and Working Papers, 2015.

19. Trew, A., and Heblich, S., 'Banking and Industrialization', CESifo Working Paper Series, no. 5503, 2015. PDF

18. Trew, A., 'Spatial Takeoff in the First Industrial Revolution', Review of Economic Dynamics, 17 (2014), pp. 707–25. Link to article

17. Baker, J., and Brookes, S., 'Governance at the Anglo-Scandinavian Interface: Hundredal Organisation in the Southern Danelaw', Journal of the North Atlantic, Special Issue 5 (2013), pp. 76–95. Link to article

16. Baker, J., and Brookes, S., 'Monumentalising the Political Landscape: a Special Class of Anglo-Saxon Assembly-Sites', Antiquaries Journal, 93 (2013), pp. 147–62. Link to article

15. Baker, J., and Brookes, S., 'Outside the Gate: Sub-urban Legal Practices in Early Medieval England', World Archaeology, 45 (2013), pp. 747–61. Link to article

14. Broadberry, S., Campbell, B., and Leeuwen, B. v., 'When Did Britain Industrialise? The Sectoral Distribution of the Labour Force and Labour Productivity in Britain, 1381–1851', Explorations in Economic History, 50 (2013), pp. 16–27. Link to article

13. Carnevali, F., and Newton, L., 'Pianos for the People: From Producer to Consumer in Britain, 1851–1914', Enterprise and Society, 14 (2013), pp. 37–70. Link to article

12. Klein, A., and Leunig, T., 'Gibrat's Law and the British Industrial Revolution', CAGE Online Working Paper Series, no. 146, 2013. PDF

11. Stobart, J., Sugar and Spice: Grocers and Groceries in Provincial England, 1650-1830 (Oxford, 2013).

10. Broad, J., Bishop Wake's Summary of Visitation Returns from the Diocese of Lincoln 1706-15. Part 1 (Oxford, 2012).

9. Broad, J., Bishop Wake's Summary of Visitation Returns from the Diocese of Lincoln 1706-15. Part 2 (Oxford, 2012).

8. DeWindt, A. R., 'Leaving Warboys: Emigration from a Fifteenth-Century English Village', in C. Newman Goldy and A. Livingstone, eds., Writing Medieval Women's Lives (New York, 2012), pp. 85–111. [map requested by Amy Livingstone, pp. 96]

7. Mallett, L., Reddish, S., Baker, J., Brookes, S., and Gaunt, A., 'Community Archaeology at Thynghowe, Birklands, Sherwood Forest', Transactions of the Thoroton Society of Nottinghamshire, 116 (2012), pp. 53–72.

6. Minns, C., and Wallis, P., 'Rules and Reality: Quantifying the Practice of Apprenticeship in Early Modern England', Economic History Review, 65 (2012), pp. 556–79. Link to article

5. Yamamoto, C., 'Urban Renaissance in an Industrial Town: the Local Administration System, Occupational Structure, and Consumption in Wolverhampton', in T. Nakano, I. Michishige and T. Karasawa, eds., Exploring Urban Space in Eighteenth-Century England: A Reappraisal of the Urban Renaissance Debate (Tokyo, 2012).

4. Baker, J., Brookes, S. J., and Reynolds, A., 'Landscapes of Governance: Assembly Sites in England, Fifth-Eleventh Centuries', Post-Classical Archaeologies, 1 (2011), pp. 499–50.

3. Humphries, J., Childhood and Child Labour in the British Industrial Revolution (Cambridge, 2011).

2. Marti Henneberg J., and Gregory, I., 'The Railways, Urbanisation and Local Demography in England & Wales, 1825-1911', Social Science History, 34 (2010), pp. 199–228. Link to article

1. Marti Henneberg J., Gregory, I., and Tapiador, F. J., 'A GIS Reconstruction of the Population of Europe, 1870 to 2000', Journal of the Royal Statistical Society A, 173 (2009), pp. 31–50.

Datasets

  • Day, J. D., 'Registration sub-district boundaries for England and Wales 1851-191' (2016). This dataset was created by the 'Atlas of Victorian Fertility Decline' project (PI: A. M. Reid) with funding from the ESRC (ES/L015463/1). The Day dataset has been created using Satchell, A. E. M., Kitson, P. M. K., Newton, G. H., Shaw-Taylor, L., and Wrigley, E. A., '1851 England and Wales census parishes, townships and places' (2016) available at: http://www.geog.cam.ac.uk/research/projects/occupations/datasets/documentation.html. The Satchell et al dataset is an enhanced version of Burton, N., Westwood J., and Carter, P., 'GIS of the ancient parishes of England and Wales, 1500-1850', Colchester, Essex: UK Data Archive (May 2004), SN 4828, which is a GIS version of Kain, R. J. P., and Oliver, R. R., 'Historic parishes of England and Wales: An electronic map of boundaries before 1850 with a gazetteer and metadata', Colchester, Essex: UK Data Archive (May 2001), SN 4348.

PhD theses

  • Fresh, A., 'Elites, Institutions and Economic Development', PhD thesis, Stanford University, 2017.