No. 20 From Words to Actions: An investigation into the extent to which the perpetrators of the California Genocide were motivated by economic reasons through content analysis of newspapers published between 1846 and 1851
No. 19 "Not particularly successful"? A re-assessment of the Plan Badajoz's impact on local economic growth (1950-1980)
No. 18 Going Global: Travelling with the ‘Market for Pollution’ from Theory to International Level Policy
No. 17 How did Industrialisation Affect Subjective Well-being in England and Wales between 1861-1901?
No. 16 Ethnic disparities in Intergenerational Occupational Mobility: the role of integration in the context of the late 20th Century United Kingdom
No. 15 The Late-Nineteenth Century Private Lending Market of the Gold Coast Colony
No. 14 Mortality Decline and Sanitation in 20th Century Bengal: A quantitative assessment of the impact of waterworks, drainage, and sewerage
No. 13 'Nothing ventured, nothing gained': Venture Capital's Impact on American Economic Growth and the Industry's Institutional Determinants, 1975-1995
No. 12 To What Extent did Demand and Supply Side Factors Influence Corporate R&D Expenditure in the US Aerospace and Defence Industry in 1970-2000?
No. 11 Debt and Independence: Information Asymmetries and Market Reaction In The Early 19th Century London Foreign Debt Market – The Case Of The Greek “Independence Loans”
No. 10 The Formation of a Nation's Leading Industry: An examination of the impacts of mercantile policy on Swedish iron exports during the 18th century
No. 9 Measuring Human Capital in the United States using Copyright Title Pages, 1790-1870
No. 8 Social Mobility in the Royal Navy during the Age of Sail: investigating intergenerational social mobility in the Royal Navy between 1650-1850
No. 7 Merchants, Proto-Firms, and the German Industrialization: the commercial determinants of nineteenth century town growth
No. 6 When did Chile fall asleep? An assessment of national and regional income inequality in Chile, 1973-1990
No. 5 'Hidden' British Protectionism: The Merchandise Marks Act 1887
No. 4 Is the Business of Business Business Alone? The International Chamber of Commerce and the origins of Global Business Diplomacy, 1920-1931
No. 3 IMF Conditionality, Social Programmes, and the Impact to Women's Welfare: An empirical analysis of historical policy responses to financial crises in Latin America and their gendered effects
No. 2 Innovation Under Central Planning: patenting and productivity in the GDR
No. 1 Craft Guilds: rent seeking or guarding against the grabbing hand?