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50/2019: African Economic Growth 1900-50: Historical National Accounts for British Colonial Africa Downloads
Morten Jerven
49/2019: The Economics of Missionary Expansion: Evidence from Africa and Implications for Development Downloads
Remi Jedwab, Felix Meier zu Selhausen and Alexander Moradi
48/2019: Missions, Education and Conversion in Colonial Africa Downloads
Felix Meier zu Selhausen
47/2019: The Great Divergence in South Africa: Population and Wealth Dynamics Over Two Centuries Downloads
Dieter von Fintel and Johan Fourie
46/2019: MINING, PATERNALISM AND THE SPREAD OF EDUCATION IN THE CONGO SINCE 1920 Downloads
Dácil Juif
45/2019: The Blessings of Medicine? Patient Characteristics and Health Outcomes in a Ugandan Mission Hospital, 1908-1970 Downloads
Shane Doyle, Felix Meier zu Selhausen and Jacob Weisdorf
44/2019: Serving God and Mammon: The ‘Minerals-Railway Complex’ and its effects on colonial public finances in the British Cape Colony, 1810-1910 Downloads
Abel Gwaindepi
43/2019: An Act for the Abolition of the Slave Trade: The Effects of an Import Ban on Cape Colony Slaveholders Downloads
Igor Martins
42/2018: Was Slavery a Flexible Form of Labour? Division of Labour and Location Specific Skills on the Eastern Cape Frontier Downloads
Calumet Links, Erik Green and Johan Fourie
41/2018: Tax Stabilisation, Trade and Political Transitions in Francophone West Africa over 120 Years Downloads
Jens Andersson
40/2018: Tax Compliance under Indirect Rule in British Africa Downloads
Jutta Bolt and Leigh Gardner
39/2018: The Khohkoi Population: A Review of Evidence and Two New Estimates Downloads
Sumner La Croix
38/2018: Economic Inequality in Ghana, 1891-1960 Downloads
Prince Young Aboagye and Jutta Bolt
37/2017: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF EAST AND WEST AFRICAN COTTON CLOTH PRODUCTION FROM THE EARLY MODERN TO THE POST-COLONIAL ERA
Katharine Frederick
36/2017: African Socialism; or the Search for an Indigenous Model of Economic Development Downloads
Emmanuel Akyeampong
35/2017: THE GUN-SLAVE HYPOTHESIS AND THE 18TH CENTURY BRITISH SLAVE TRADE
Warren Whatley
34/2017: THE LAND-LABOUR HYPOTHESIS REVISED: WEALTH, LABOUR AND HOUSEHOLD COMPOSITION AT THE SOUTH AFRICAN FRONTIER
Jeanne Cilliers and Erik Green
33/2017: INCOME INEQUALITY IN COLONIAL AFRICA: BUILDING SOCIAL TABLES FOR PRE-INDEPENDENCE CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC, IVORY COAST AND SENEGAL
Guido Alfani and Federico Tadei
32/2017: Social mobility among christian Africans: Evidence from Anglican marriage registers in Uganda, 1895-2011
Felix Meier zu Selhausen, Marco H. D. van Leeuwen and Jacob L. Wiesdorf
31/2016: Commodities, Prices and Risk: The changing market for non-slave products in pre-abolition West Africa
Angus Dalrymple-Smith and Pieter Woltjer
30/2016: "For the public benefit": Railways in the British Cape Colony
Alfonso Herranz-Loncán and Johan Fourie
29/2016: The development of settler agriculture in British Africa revisisted: Estimating the role of tenant labour in Southern Rhodesia, c. 1900-1960
Erik Green
28/2016: Historical patterns of economic growth in Africa: A review
Morten Jerven
27/2016: Capitalism in pre-colonial Africa
Morten Jerven
26/2016: Patronage or Meritocracy? Public Sector employment in postcolonial Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda
Rebecca Simson
25/2016: Tracing the uneven diffusion of missionary education in colonial Uganda: European influences, African realities, and the pitfalls of church record data
Michiel de Haas and Ewout Frankema
24/2016: From coercion to comppensation: Institutional responses to labour scarcity in teh Central African copperbelt
Dacil Juif and Ewout Frankema
23/2015: IS AFRICA TOO LATE FOR ‘LATE DEVELOPMENT’? GERSCHENKRON SOUTH OF THE SAHARA
Gareth Austin
22/2015: FISCAL CAPACITY AND STATE FORMATION IN FRANCOPHONE WEST AFRICA 1850-2010
Jens Andersson
21/2015: COLONIAL ORIGINS OF THE THREEFOLD REALITY OF MOCAMBIQUE: FISCAL CAPACITY AND LABOUR SYSTEMS
Kleoniki Alexopoulou and Dácil Juif
20/2015: FINANCING THE AFRICAN COLONIAL STATE: THE REVENUE IMPERATIVE AND FORCED LABOUR
Marlous van Waijenburg
19/2014: The Curious Incident of the Franc in the Gambia: Floating Exchange Rates and the British Imperial Monetary System in the 1920s
Leigh Gardner
18/2014: MEASURING RURAL WELFARE IN COLONIAL UGANDA: Why farmers would not work for wages
Michiel de Haas
17/2014: CLIMATE SHOCKS AND CONFLICT: EVIDENCE FROM COLONIAL NIGERIA
Kostadis Papaioannou
13/2013: The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade and the Evolution of Political Authority in West Africa
Warren Whatley
11/2013: Social Structures and Income Distribution in Colonial sub-Saharan Africa: The Case of Bechuanaland Protectorate 1936-1964
Jutta Bolt and Ellen Hillbom
10/2013: Writing History Backwards or Sideways: Towards a Consensus on African Population, 1850-present
Ewout Frankema and Morten Jerven
9/2013: The economics of slavery in 18th century Cape Colony: Revising the Nieboer-Domar hypothesis
Erik Green
8/2013: VENT FOR SURPLUS OR PRODUCTIVITY BREAKTHROUGH? THE GHANAIAN COCOA TAKE-OFF, c.1890-1936
Gareth Austin
7/2013: Heights and Development in a Cash-Crop Colony: Living Standards in Ghana, 1870-1980
Alexander Moradi, Gareth Austin and Joerg Baten
6/2012: Slavery, Statehood and Economic Development in Sub-Saharan Africa
Dirk Bezemer, Jutta Bolt and Robert Lenzink
5/2012: Colonialism and development in Africa
Leander Heldring and James Robinson
4/2012: Borders that Divide: Education and Religion in Ghana and Togo since Colonial Times
Denis Cogneau and Alexander Moradi
3/2012: Future challenges in measuring Africa’s past: Lessons from estimating GDP for the Gold Coast, 1891-1954
Morten Jerven
2/2012: Land Concentration, Institutional Control and African agency: Growth and Stagnation of European Tobacco Farming in Shire Highlands, c 1900 – 1940
Erik Green
1/2012: Moving Forward in African Economic History: Bridging the Gap Between Methods and Sources
Morten Jerven, Gareth Austin , Erik Green, Chibuike Uche , Ewout Frankema, Johan Fourie, Joseph Inikori , Alexander Moradi and Ellen Hillbom
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