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NBER Publications by Farley Grubb

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September 2014Non-Legal-Tender Paper Money: The Structure and Performance of Maryland’s Bills of Credit, 1767-1775
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February 2014A New Approach to Solving the Colonial Monetary Puzzle: Evidence from New Jersey, 1709-1775
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December 2013Colonial New Jersey's Paper Money Regime, 1709-1775: A Forensic Accounting Reconstruction of the Data
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October 2013The Continental Dollar: How the American Revolution was Financed with Paper Money—Initial Design and Ideal Performance
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May 2012Chronic Specie Scarcity and Efficient Barter: The Problem of Maintaining an Outside Money Supply in British Colonial America
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April 2012Is Paper Money Just Paper Money? Experimentation and Local Variation in the Fiat Paper Monies Issued by the Colonial Governments of British North America, 1690-1775: Part I
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August 2011The Continental Dollar: Initial Design, Ideal Performance, and the Credibility of Congressional Commitment
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July 2011State Redemption of the Continental Dollar, 1779-1790
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Published: “State Redemption of the Continental Dollar, 1779 - 90, ” W illiam and Mary Quarterly , 3d ser., vol. 69, no. 1 ( Jan. 2012), pp. 147 - 180.

December 2010U.S. Land Policy: Founding Choices and Outcomes, 1781-1802
in Founding Choices: American Economic Policy in the 1790s, Douglas A. Irwin and Richard Sylla, editors
June 2009Land Policy: Founding Choices and Outcomes, 1781-1802
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Published: U.S. Land Policy: Founding Choices and Outcomes, 1781-1802, Farley Grubb. in Founding Choices: American Economic Policy in the 1790s, Irwin and Sylla. 2011

August 2008The Distribution of Congressional Spending During the American Revolution, 1775-1780: The Problem of Geographic Balance
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Published: “The Distribution of Congressional Spending During the American Revolution, 1775-1780: The Problem of Geographic Balance, ” in Stephen Conway and Rafael Torres Sánchez, eds.,The Spending of the States—Military Expenditure During the Long Eighteenth Century: Patterns, Organisations, and Consequences, 1650-1815, pp. 257-284. Saabrücken, Germany: VDM Verlag Dr. Müller GmbH & Co. KG, 2011. [ISBN: 978-3-639-36623-5]

May 2008Creating Maryland's Paper Money Economy, 1720-1739: The Role of Power, Print, and Markets
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March 2008Testing for the Economic Impact of the U.S. Constitution: Purchasing Power Parity across the Colonies versus across the States, 1748-1811
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Published: Grubb, Farley, 2010. "Testing for the Economic Impact of the U.S. Constitution: Purchasing Power Parity Across the Colonies versus Across the States, 1748?1811," The Journal of Economic History, Cambridge University Press, vol. 70(01), pages 118-145, March. citation courtesy of

February 2008The Continental Dollar: What Happened to It after 1779?
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Published: “State Redemption of the Continental Dollar, 1779-90,” William and Mary Quarterly, 3d ser., vol. 69, no. 1 (Jan. 2012), pp. 147-180.

April 2007The Continental Dollar: How Much Was Really Issued?
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Published: Grubb, Farley, 2008. "The Continental Dollar: How Much Was Really Issued?," The Journal of Economic History, Cambridge University Press, vol. 68(01), pages 283-291, March. citation courtesy of

December 2005The Net Asset Position of the U.S. National Government, 1784-1802: Hamilton's Blessing or the Spoils of War?
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November 2005The U.S. Constitution and Monetary Powers: An Analysis of the 1787 Constitutional Convention and Constitutional Transformation of the Nation's Monetary System Emerged
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Published: Grubb, Farley. "The U.S. Constitution and Monetary Powers: An Analysis of the 1787 Constitutional Convention and the Constitutional Transformation of the U.S. Monetary System." Financial History Review 13, 1 (April 2006): 43-71.

Two Theories of Money Reconciled: The Colonial Puzzle Revisited with New Evidence
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