Readings for October 27, Nineteenth Century
Economics 210a, Fall 1999
Albert Fishlow (1985), "Lessons from the Past: Capital
Markets During the 19th Century and the Interwar Period,"
International Organization 39, pp.383-439.
Stefano Fenoaltea (1988), "International
Resource Flows and Construction Movements in the Atlantic Economy:
The Kuznets Cycle in Italy, 1861-1913," Journal of
Economic History 48, pp.605-637.
Jeffrey Williamson (1996), "Globalization, Convergence,
and History," Journal of Economic History 56, pp.277-306.
Michael Bordo, Barry Eichengreen and Douglas Irwin (1999),
Today Really Different from Globalization a Hundred Years Ago?"
Supplementary Readings on 19th Century Globalization
Michael Bordo, Barry Eichengreen and Jongwoo Kim, "Was
There Really an Earlier Era of Financial Globalization Comparable
to Today?" NBER Working Paper no. 6378 (1998).
Alec Cairncross, Home and Foreign Investment (Cambridge
University Press, 1953)
H.J. Habbakuk, "Fluctuations in House-Building in Britain
and the United States in the 19th Century," Journal of
Economic History (1962).
Alexander Hamilton, Report on Manufactures (1791).
C. Knick Harley, "Transportation, the World Wheat Trade,
and the Kuznets Cycle," Explorations in Economic History
T.J. Hatton and Jeffrey Williamson, The Age of Mass Migration
(Oxford University Press, 1998).
Douglas Irwin, "Free Trade and Protection in 19th Century
Britain and France Revisited," Journal of Economic History
Douglas Irwin, "Did late 19th Century US Tariffs Promote
Infant Industries? Evidence from the Tinplate Industry,"
unpublished manuscript, Dartmouth College.
Simon Kuznets, Capital in the American Economy (Princeton
University Press, 1961).
John Nye, "The Myth of Free-Trade Britain and Fortress
France: Tariffs and Trade in the 19th Century," Journal
of Economic History (1991).
Kevin O'Rourke and Jeffrey Williamson, Globalization and
History: The Evolution of a Nineteenth-Century Atlantic Economy
(MIT Press, 1999).
Tom Sargent, Macroeconomic Theory (Academic Press,
Frank Taussig, Some Aspects of the Tariff Question
(Harvard University Press, 1915).
Brinley Thomas, Migration and Urban Development: A Reappraisal
of British and American Long Cycles (Allen and Unwin, 1972).
Robert Zevin (1992), "Are World Financial Markets More
Open? If so, Why and With What Effects?" in Tariq Banuri
and Juliet Schor (eds), Financial Openness and National Autonomy
(Clarendon Press, 1992).