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NBER Publications by Joshua Rosenbloom

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July 2011Economic Growth in the Mid Atlantic Region: Conjectural Estimates for 1720 to 1800
with Thomas J. Weiss: w17215
June 2009Labor-Market Regimes in U.S. Economic History
with William A. Sundstrom: w15055
September 2008Commodity Exports, Invisible Exports and Terms of Trade for the Middle Colonies, 1720 to 1775
with Peter Mancall, Thomas J. Weiss: w14334
February 2006Exports and Slow Economic Growth in the Lower South Region, 1720-1800
with Peter C. Mancall, Thomas Weiss: w12045
July 2005Reexamining the Distribution of Wealth in 1870
with Gregory W. Stutes: w11482
July 2003The Decline and Rise of Interstate Migration in the United States: Evidence from the IPUMS, 1850-1990
with William A. Sundstrom: w9857
September 2002Path Dependence and the Origins of Cotton Textile Manufacturing in New England
w9182
July 2001Agricultural Labor Productivity in the Lower South, 1720-1800
with Peter C. Mancall, Thomas Weiss: w8375
June 2000Conjectural Estimates of Economic Growth in the Lower South, 1720 to 1800
with Peter C. Mancall, Thomas Weiss: h0126
March 2000South Carolina Slave Prices, 1722-1809
with Peter C. Mancall, Thomas Weiss: h0123
January 2000Slave Prices in the Lower South, 1722-1815
with Peter C. Mancall, Thomas Weiss: h0120
February 1999The Challenges of Economic Maturity: New England, 1880 - 1940
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November 1997The Sources of Regional Variation in the Severity of the Great Depression: Evidence from U.S. Manufacturing, 1919-1937
with William A. Sundstrom: w6288
July 1996The Effects of Child-Bearing on Married Women's Labor Supply and Earnings: Using Twin Births as a Natural Experiment
with Jaisri Gangadharan, Joyce Jacobson, James Wishart Pearre III: w5647
May 1996Strikebreaking and the Labor Market in the United States, 1881-1874
h0086
January 1996The Extent of the Labor Market in the United States, 1850-1914
h0078
October 1994Was There a National Labor Market at the End of the Nineteenth Century? Intercity and Interregional Variation in Male Earnings in Manufacturing
h0061
January 1994Employer Recruitment and the Integration of Industrial Labor Markets 1870-1914
h0053

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