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NBER Working Papers by Peter H. Lindert

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June 2014Making the Most of Capital in the 21st Century
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January 2014American Colonial Incomes, 1650-1774
with Jeffrey G. Williamson: w19861
September 2012American Incomes 1774-1860
with Jeffrey G. Williamson: w18396
Russian Inequality on the Eve of Revolution
with Steven Nafziger: w18383
July 2011American Incomes before and after the Revolution
with Jeffrey G. Williamson: w17211

Peter H. Lindert and Jeffrey G. Williamson. “American Incomes before and after the Revolution”. Forthcoming Journal of Economic History. Earlier version: NBER working paper 17211 (2011; revised February 2013).

November 2009Revealing Failures in the History of School Finance
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October 2007Measuring Ancient Inequality
with Branko Milanovic, Jeffrey G. Williamson: w13550
August 2007The Curious Dawn of American Public Schools
with Sun Go: w13335
August 2006Euro-Productivity and Euro-Jobs since the 1960s: Which Institutions Really Mattered?
with Gayle Allard: w12460

Published: Hatton, Timothy J., Kevin H. O’Rourke, and Alan M. Taylor (eds.) The New Comparative Economic History: Essays in Honor of Jeffrey G. Williamson. Cambridge MA: MIT Press, 2007.

July 2003Why the Welfare State Looks Like a Free Lunch
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June 2003Voice and Growth: Was Churchill Right?
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Published: Lindert, Peter H. "Voice And Growth: Was Churchill Right?," Journal of Economic History, 2003, v63(2,Jun), 315-350. citation courtesy of

April 2001Does Globalization Make the World More Unequal?
with Jeffrey G. Williamson: w8228

Published: Does Globalization Make the World More Unequal?, Peter H. Lindert, Jeffrey G. Williamson. in Globalization in Historical Perspective, Bordo, Taylor, and Williamson. 2003

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