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August 2014Did Railroads Make Antebellum U.S. Banks More Sound?
with Matthew S. Jaremski, Peter L. Rousseau
in Enterprising America: Businesses, Banks, and Credit Markets in Historical Perspective, William J. Collins and Robert A. Margo, editors
June 2014American Banking and the Transportation Revolution Before the Civil War
with Matthew S. Jaremski, Peter L. Rousseau: w20198
April 2014Did Railroads Make Antebellum U.S. Banks More Sound?
with Matthew S. Jaremski, Peter L. Rousseau: w20032

Forthcoming: Did Railroads Make Antebellum U.S. Banks More Sound?, Jeremy Atack, Matthew S. Jaremski, Peter L. Rousseau. in Enterprising America: Businesses, Banks, and Credit Markets in Historical Perspective, Collins and Margo. 2014

November 2009Agricultural Improvements and Access to Rail Transportation: The American Midwest as a Test Case, 1850-1860
with Robert A. Margo: w15520

Published: (with Margo), “ The Impact of Access to Rail Transportation on Agricultural Improvement: The American Midwest as a Test Case, 1850 - 1860 ,” Journal of Transportation and Land Use , 4: 2 (2011).

January 2009Did Railroads Induce or Follow Economic Growth? Urbanization and Population Growth in the American Midwest, 1850-60
with Fred Bateman, Michael Haines, Robert A. Margo: w14640
October 2008Railroads and the Rise of the Factory: Evidence for the United States, 1850-70
with Michael R. Haines, Robert A. Margo: w14410

Published: “Railroads and the Rise of the Factory: Evidence for the United States, 1850 - 1870,” (with Haines and Margo ) in P a ul Rhode, J oshua Rosenbloom, and D avid Weiman, ( eds. ) Economic Evolution and Revolutions in Historical Time . Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Press, (2011): 162 - 179 .

January 2006Steam Power, Establishment Size, and Labor Productivity Growth in Nineteenth Century American Manufacturing
with Fred Bateman, Robert Margo: w11931

Published: Atack, Jeremy, Fred Bateman, and Robert Margo. “Steam Power, Establishment Size, and Labor Productivity Growth in Nineteenth Century American Manufacturing.” Explorations in Economic History 45, 2 (April 2008): 185-98. citation courtesy of

August 2003Capital Deepening in American Manufacturing, 1850-1880
with Fred Bateman, Robert A. Margo: w9923

Published: Atack, Jeremy, Fred Bateman and Robert A. Margo. "Capital Deepening And The Rise Of The Factory: The American Experience During The Nineteenth Century," Economic History Review, 2005, v58(3,Aug), 586-595.

October 2000Rising Wage Dispersion Across American Manufacturing Establishments, 1850-1880
with Fred Bateman, Robert A. Margo: w7932
August 1997Business Activity and the Boston Stock Market, 1835-1869
with Peter L. Rousseau: h0103

Published: Exlorations in Economic History, 36 (April 1999): 144-179.

August 1996"Location, Location, Location!" The Market for Vacant Urban Land: New York 1835-1900
with Robert A. Margo: h0091

Published: Atack, Jeremy and Robert A. Margo. "'Location, Location, Location!' The Price Of Gradient For Vacant Urban Land: New York, 1835 To 1900," Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, 1998, v16(2,Mar), 151-172.

June 1995Irregular Production and Time-out-of-Work in American Manufacturing Industry in 1870 and 1880: Some Preliminary Estimates
with Fred Bateman: h0069
December 1991Whom Did Protective Legislation Protect? Evidence From 1880
with Fred Bateman: h0033
May 1991Louis Brandeis, Work and Fatigue at the Start of the Twentieth Century: Prelude to Oregon's Hours Limitation Law
with Fred Bateman: h0025
August 1990How Long Was the Workday in 1880?
with Fred Bateman: h0015

Published: Journal of Economic History, Vol. 52, No. 1, March 1992, pp. 129-160

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