12 results match your criteria Australian Economic History Review[Journal]

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Industrious peasants in east and west: markets, technology, and family structure in Japanese and Western European agriculture.

Authors:
Jan De Vries

Aust Econ Hist Rev 2011 ;51(2):107-19

University of California at Berkeley.

Jan de Vries engages with Osamu Saito's discussion of Tokugawa Japan, in particular, his exploration of de Vries's concept of an industrious revolution for East Asia, which was published in this journal in 2010. The discussion bears on the ongoing debate over the timing and character of the Great Divergence, when advanced parts of Europe pulled ahead of Asia. de Vries argues that the constraint on the Japanese rural household to acquire and shed labour delayed the shift from supply-side industriousness to demand-motivated industriousness, which in turn meant that the Great Divergence was already in place before 1800. Read More

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October 2012
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Woolgrowers, brokers and the debate over the sale of the Australian wool clip, 1920-1925.

Authors:
M J Keneley

Aust Econ Hist Rev 2001 ;41(1):35-55

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Weight and welfare of Australians, 1890-1940.

Aust Econ Hist Rev 2001 ;41(2):159-75

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Convention and contradiction: representations of women in Australian war films, 1914-1918.

Authors:
D Reynaud

Aust Econ Hist Rev 1999 ;39(2):215-30

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July 2009
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Imagined peasants: production and markets in rural Asia.

Authors:
S Morgan

Aust Econ Hist Rev 1999 ;39(2):144-52

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Do migrants rob jobs? New evidence from Australia.

Authors:
G G Tian J Shan

Aust Econ Hist Rev 1999 ;39(2):133-42

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July 2009
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The medical profession in New South Wales, 1788-1850.

Authors:
W Nichol

Aust Econ Hist Rev 1984 ;24(2):115-31

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November 1986

Yo, ho, ho and many bottles of rum?

Authors:
N G Butlin

Aust Econ Hist Rev 1983 ;23(1):1-27

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Aspects of Australian fertility, 1861-1901.

Authors:
C Forster

Aust Econ Hist Rev 1974 ;14(2):105-22

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