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  1. A New Economic View of American History: From Colonial Times to 1940 (Second Edition) by Jeremy Atack, Peter Passell, 1994-05-17
  2. History of Economic Analysis: With a New Introduction by Joseph A. Schumpeter, 1996-03-07
  3. The Secret History of the American Empire: The Truth About Economic Hit Men, Jackals, and How to Change the World by John Perkins, 2008-04-29
  4. American Economic History (8th Edition) (Pearson Series in Economics) by Jonathan Hughes, Louis Cain, 2010-01-13
  5. A Concise Economic History of the World: From Paleolithic Times to the Present by Rondo Cameron, Larry Neal, 2002-05-30
  6. Structure and Change in Economic History by Douglass C. North, 1982-10-17
  7. A Farewell to Alms: A Brief Economic History of the World (Princeton Economic History of the Western World) by Gregory Clark, 2008-12-29
  8. A History of Economic Thought by Lionel Robbins, 2000-11-15
  9. The Cambridge Economic History of Modern Europe: Volume 1, 1700-1870 by Stephen Broadberry, Kevin H. O'Rourke, 2010-07-26
  10. History of the American Economy (with InfoTrac College Edition 2-Semester and Economic Applications Printed Access Card) by Gary M. Walton, Hugh Rockoff, 2009-06-05
  11. General Economic History (Cosimo Classics) by Max Weber, 2007-11-01
  12. The Cambridge Economic History of Modern Britain, Volume 1
  13. The Federal Landscape: An Economic History of the Twentieth-Century West (The Modern American West) by Gerald D. Nash, 1999-08-01
  14. Japan to 1600: A Social and Economic History by William Wayne Farris, 2009-07

1. Economic History - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Economic history is the study of how economic phenomena evolved from a historical perspective. Analysis in economic history is undertaken using a combination of historical
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Treating economic history as a discrete academic discipline has been a contentious issue for many years. Academics at the

2. BPubs.com: Economics/Economic_History
A collection of business articles related to Economic History.
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  • A refresher on the 1930s - With investors reeling and recession on the march, thoughts turn to the Great Depression. Could it happen again? Maybe, if governments try hard.
    Publisher: The Economist Author: The Economist
  • Adam Smith: The Wealth of Nations - An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations. Full text online.
    Publisher: Bibliomania Author: Adam Smith
  • All the Right Moves - Following the 1990 to 1991 recession, 33 large U.S. companies outperformed the market, according to recent research conducted by Accenture. Understanding the strategies they used in the last downturn can help businesses emerge from today's slowdown in the best possible market position.
    Publisher: Businessfinancemag.com Author: Eric Krell
  • Beyond the Information Revolution - The author uses history to gauge the significance of e-commerce a totally unexpected development and to throw light on the future of "the knowledge worker," his own coinage.
    Publisher: The Atlantic Monthly Author: Peter F. Drucker

3. Economic History Of Canada - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Information, links, and analysis on the 2008 Mortgage Crisis and Bailout that affected the United States economy.
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Economic history of Canada
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4. Economic History In Encyclopedia
Economic history in Encyclopedia in Encyclopedia
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5. Economic History
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6. EconLog: Economic History Archives
I was too sick yesterday to invoke my annual curse on Columbus. But in my fever, I still wondered How did this awful conqueror and slaver ever become an icon of Western
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Search EconLog Recent Entries close November 11, 2010 Speaking of the Fed... Arnold Kling November 10, 2010 China, India, and Maoist Apologists Bryan Caplan November 6, 2010 Group-Serving Bias: Bloodlands Edition Bryan Caplan November 4, 2010 Nutter Russia Bryan Caplan November 1, 2010 Mandela and the Communists Bryan Caplan October 30, 2010 By Request: Monetarism and the Great Depression Arnold Kling October 29, 2010 Hitler's War Aims: Bloodlands Edition Bryan Caplan October 28, 2010 Soviet Poland, 1939-41 Bryan Caplan October 22, 2010 Bloodlands Bryan Caplan MORE ENTRIES Recent Entries Recent Entries by author Recent Entries by Bryan Caplan close November 10, 2010 China, India, and Maoist Apologists November 6, 2010 Group-Serving Bias: Bloodlands Edition November 4, 2010 Nutter Russia November 1, 2010 Mandela and the Communists October 29, 2010 Hitler's War Aims: Bloodlands Edition October 28, 2010 Soviet Poland, 1939-41 October 22, 2010 Bloodlands October 12, 2010 The Real Heroes of Western Civ September 16, 2010 Tiananmen Square Hypothetical MORE CAPLAN Bryan Caplan Recent Entries by David Henderson close May 5, 2010

7. Economic History | Ask.com Encyclopedia
This article is about the academic field. For historical events, see Economic history of the world.
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8. Economic History Summary And Analysis Summary | BookRags.com
Economic history summary with 15 pages of lesson plans, quotes, chapter summaries, analysis, encyclopedia entries, essays, research information, and more.
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9. Economic History Books (book Reviews)
Ahamed, Albert, Braudel, CampbellKelly, Cannadine, Chaudhuri, Dick, Gardner, Geertz, Geremek, Gimpel, Halper n Donghi, Harrison, Ibrahim, Martin, Nolan, Philips, Robison
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10. Economic History In The Best Of The Web Directory
The leading website for top rated websites about Economic History. A comprehensive listing of online publications and websites about environmental conditions, mathematics, physics
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  • 1929 Stock Market Crash Publications 1987 Stock Market Crash - Provides understanding on the crash of 1987 in its historical context, illustrations, causes, theories and psychological explanations. Abstract in Economic History - Service assists economic historians and publishes abstracts in dissertations, working papers, presentations, and articles. American Currency Exhibits - Showcases bills, exhibits by era, historical contexts, artistry and imagery. Analysis of the Communist Manifesto - Provides information, synopsis and analysis on the revolutionized history of communist manifesto. Ancient Economies - Economist Morris Silver presents details on the unsettled or disputed aspects of ancient economies and the entire Mediterranean world. Annuity Museum - Presents collection of original and antique documents and artifacts, preserves cultural and economic annuities, and fosters scholarly research about cultures.

11. Economic History - Economypedia.com | Economic Dictionary, Economic Terms
Economic history is studying the evolution of economic processes and related phenomena over a certain length of time. There are several processes that are used in studying
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12. EH.Net Economic History Services
HNet affiliate operates fileserver and discussion lists providing resources and promote communication among scholars in economic history and related fields. Includes services
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13. Economic History Society Site
The society publishes a periodical and works to promote the study of economic and social history.
http://www.ehs.org.uk/

14. Internet Resources: Economic History - For Teachers (Library Of Congress)
Resources from Outside the Library; Contains links to Internet resources for economic history. The Teachers page, The Library of Congress.
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15. World Economic History Congress
The XVI th World Economic History Congress The Economic History Society of Southern Africa and The Department of Economics, Stellenbosch University invite you to The XVI th
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The XVI th World Economic History Congress
The Economic History Society of Southern Africa and The Department of Economics, Stellenbosch University invite you to The XVI th World Economic History Congress in Stellenbosch, South Africa, taking place from 9-13 July 2012. Hosted by Stellenbosch University and taking place on their campus in the heart of the world-renowned Cape Winelands - just a short distance from the beautiful city of Cape Town - the XVI th World Economic History Congress will offer attendees a wonderful opportunity to take advantage of all that the Cape Winelands, Cape Town and South Africa have to offer.
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16. Economic History Of The World
A weblog about economic history of the world, together with some history of technology and related entries.
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Economic History of the World
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The Fate of Arabia Felix
September 28th, 2006 I was reading something and found out about an interesting and (I think) relatively unknown incident that, had it played out differently, could have significantly altered the course of history. So I decided to write an article about it, and here it is. Incense is a mixture burned in religios rituals. Two most important ingredients are frankincense and myrrh. They are both obtained by collecting the resin which leaks when their respective trees are cut. When burned, these resins produce strong odour. Frankincense tree:
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Contemporary Roman historian Strabo in his work Geography gives an account of how Romans decided to conquer Arabia Felix. In 26 BC, on orders from Emperor Augustus, Roman governor of Egypt, Aelius Gallus, took upon organizing a military campaign with the goal of finding the source of incense and subduing it to Roman power. 10 000 soldiers were assembled in Egypt, Romans and Egyptians with 1000 Nabatean auxillaries and 500 Jews. Nabatea was a north Arabian kingdom under Roman influence and Nabateans had agreed to help the Romans. Syllaios, a Nabatean governor, became their guide and thus they began their expedition. Roman expedition:
Roman march back to the sea took only two months, which reinforced their belief that they were purposefully misled by their guide. When they reached the Red Sea, they crossed back to Egypt with the remains of the expeditionary force. Thus ended their ambitious expedition and incense remained in Arab hands. Syllaios, the Nabatean guide, was tried for treason, found guilty and beheaded.

17. Economic History Association
Founded in 1940 to encourage and promote teaching, research and publication on every phase of economic history, and to encourage and assist in the preservation and
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18. ESH@Oxford
Oxford ESH Scoop the Pool! Economic History Association, Evanstan, Illinois Sept 2010. Gerschenkron Prize for the best doctoral dissertation (nonNorth American)
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Economic and Social History ESH NEWS Oxford ESH Scoop the Pool! Economic History Association, Evanstan, Illinois Sept 2010 Gerschenkron Prize for the best doctoral dissertation (non-North American) James Fenske, Property Rights in Rural West Africa: Causes and Consequences , Department of Economics, Yale University, Ph.D. 2010 Cole Prize for the best article in the Journal of Economic History Rui Esteves and David Khoudour-Cast Journal of Economic History , 2009, Vol. 69, pp. 951-85. Explorations prize for the best article in Explorations in Economic History Explorations in Economic History , 2009, Vol. 46, pp. 418-35. Congratulations to James, Rui and Bob! Winton Institute for Monetary History opens at Ashmolean Student scholarships available!!! PODCASTS by Oxford economic historians
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19. Slouching Towards Utopia - Old Draft
An economic history of the 20th Century.
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20. Economic History
Articles covering important events in individual national economies and their economic effects on that country and on the world economy.
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Economic History
Economics is a powerful force that has shaped countries and empires as far back as history records. Economic trends have had diverse affects, helping cause World War Two , the collapse of the Soviet Economy and the deomcratisation of South Korea and Japan among many others. In recent times the importance of economic power may have even increased.
Perestroika and the Soviet Economy
What caused the Soviet Union, one of the world's two great superpowers to fall apart in less than six years? This series tries to shed some light on those confused and uncertain years before the fall of the USSR. Perestroika and the Soviet Economy
Quantitative Growth, Qualitative Standstill: China's Economic Situation 1368-1800
In the years between 1368 and 1800 China's economy expanded immensely. However steady compounding growth in China's population was the main driver of this growth. Agriculture, industry and trade thus increased in absolute terms but stagnated in relative per capita terms.
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China's Growing Sea Trade with Europe 1517-1800
The traditional Chinese world order utilised the tribute system to place China at the centre of the civilised world. In exchange for recognising China's superiority, other states were granted permission to trade with China. It was this China centric world order that European ships sailed into in 1517.

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