nep-his 2015-09-26, 49 papers @BatizLazo

nep-his New Economics Papers
on Business, Economic and Financial History
Issue of 2015‒09‒26
forty-nine papers chosen by
Bernardo Bátiz-Lazo
Bangor University
http://econpapers.repec.org/pba14

nep-his Was Stalin’s Economic Policy the Root of Nazi Germany’s Defeat? @BatizLazo

This week on the blog, Emanuele Felice comments on

Was Stalin Necessary for Russia’s Economic Development?

by

Anton Cheremukhin (Dallas Fed), Mikhail Golosov (Princeton), Sergei Guriev (SciencesPo), Aleh Tsyvinski (Yale)

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Best wishes

Bernardo
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nep-his 2015-09-18, 30 papers @BatizLazo

nep-his New Economics Papers
on Business, Economic and Financial History
Issue of 2015‒09‒18
thirty papers chosen by
Bernardo Bátiz-Lazo
Bangor University
http://econpapers.repec.org/pba14

nep-his 2015-09-18, 30 papers @BatizLazo

nep-his New Economics Papers
on Business, Economic and Financial History
Issue of 2015‒09‒18
thirty papers chosen by
Bernardo Bátiz-Lazo
Bangor University
http://econpapers.repec.org/pba14

nep-his New book review Africa: Why Economists Get It Wrong @BatizLazo

This week Claire Wright brings us comments to

Morten Jerven’s Africa: Why Economists Get It Wrong (Zed, 2015) in The Economist, Financial Times and Washington Post.

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Bernardo

Twitter @BatizLazo


nep-his 2015-09-11, papers @BatizLazo

nep-his New Economics Papers
on Business, Economic and Financial History
Issue of 2015‒09‒11
twenty-nine papers chosen by
Bernardo Bátiz-Lazo
Bangor University
http://econpapers.repec.org/pba14

nep-his Whither Labor-Intensive Industrialization? @BatizLazo

This week on the nep-his blog, Joyman Lee discusses

How Did Japan Catch-up On The West? A Sectoral Analysis Of Anglo-Japanese Productivity Differences, 1885-2000
by Stephen Broadberry, Kyoji Fukao and Nick Zammit

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Bernardo

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nep-his Book Review @BatizLazo

Today in the blog, Claire Wright brings us the comments to

Ed Conway’s “The Summit (Bretton Woods, 1944): The Biggest Battle of the Second World War” (Pegasus, 2015)

in The Financial Times, The New Times, The Australian, The Guardian and The Independent.

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Kind regards and happy summer

Bernardo

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nep-his New book reviews @BatizLazo

This week Clair Wright brings us two new reviews

a) Making Money: Coin, Currency, and the Coming of Capitalism by Christin Desan (2014, OUP) in the Financial Post & The Economist.

b) Chilled: How Refrigeration Changed the World and Might Do So Again by Tom Jackson (2015, Bloomsbury) in The Daily Mail, The Spectator, Financial Times, Sunday Times, and The Independent.

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Have a good weekend

Bernardo

Twitter @BatizLazo

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nep-his 2015-08-25, 23 papers @BatizLazo

nep-his New Economics Papers
on Business, Economic and Financial History
Issue of 2015‒08‒25
23 papers chosen by
Bernardo Bátiz-Lazo
Bangor University
http://econpapers.repec.org/pba14