No 17-005J, CIGS Working Paper Series from The Canon Institute for Global Studies
This paper is written for a chapter of a primer of the study in economic and business history. The paper explains advantages of micro-data in economic history research and how to exploit the advantages, referring to three seminal articles in economic history, Sokoloff(1984), Kim(2005) and Bresnahan and Raff(1991).
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