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Joshua Rosenbloom

Economics Department
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Iowa State University
Ames, IA 50011-1070
Tel: 515-294-1257

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June 2017Show me the Money: Federal R&D Support for Academic Chemistry, 1990-2009
with Donna K. Ginther: w23555

Published: Joshua L. Rosenbloom & Donna K. Ginther, 2017. "Show me the Money: Federal R&D Support for Academic Chemistry, 1990–2009," Research Policy, .

April 2016The Impact of the Civil War on Southern Wealth Holders
with Brandon Dupont: w22184
October 2014The Effects of Research & Development Funding On Scientific Productivity: Academic Chemistry, 1990-2009
with Donna K. Ginther, Ted Juhl, Joseph Heppert: w20595
July 2011Economic Growth in the Mid Atlantic Region: Conjectural Estimates for 1720 to 1800
with Thomas J. Weiss: w17215

Published: Rosenbloom, Joshua L. & Weiss, Thomas, 2014. "Economic growth in the Mid-Atlantic region: Conjectural estimates for 1720 to 1800," Explorations in Economic History, Elsevier, vol. 51(C), pages 41-59. citation courtesy of

June 2009Labor-Market Regimes in U.S. Economic History
with William A. Sundstrom: w15055

Published: “Labor - Market Reg imes in U.S. Economic History,” with William A. Sundstrom, in Paul W. Rhode, Joshua L. Rosenbloom and David F. Weiman, eds. Economic Evolution and Revolutions in Historical Time ( Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 2011)

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

Published: Field, Alexander J. (ed.) Research in Economic History, vol 25. Amsterdam: Elsevier, 2008.

July 2005Reexamining the Distribution of Wealth in 1870
with Gregory W. Stutes: w11482

Published: Rosenbloom, Joshua (ed.) Quantitative Economic History (Routledge Explorations in Economic History). Routledge, 2008.

July 2003The Decline and Rise of Interstate Migration in the United States: Evidence from the IPUMS, 1850-1990
with William A. Sundstrom: w9857

Published: Field, Alexander J. (ed.) Research in economic history. Volume 22. Amsterdam and San Diego: Elsevier, JAI, 2004.

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

Published: Mancall, Peter, Josh Rosenbloom and Thomas Weiss. "Agricultural Labor Productivity in the Lower South, 1720-1800." Explorations in Economic History (Oct 2002): 390-424. citation courtesy of

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

Published: Mancall, Peter C., Joshua L. Rosenbloom and Thomas Weiss. "Slave Prices And The South Carolina Economy, 1722-1809," Journal of Economic History, 2001, v61(3,Sep), 616-639.

January 2000Slave Prices in the Lower South, 1722-1815
with Peter C. Mancall, Thomas Weiss: h0120

Published: Mancall, Peter C., Joshua L. Rosenbloom and Thomas Weiss. "Slave Prices And The South Carolina Economy, 1722-1809," Journal of Economic History, 2001, v61(3,Sep), 616-639.

February 1999The Challenges of Economic Maturity: New England, 1880 - 1940
h0113

Published: Engines of Enterprise: An Economic History of New England, Temin, Peter,ed., Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2000.

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

Published: Rosenbloom, Joshua L. and William A. Sundstrom. "The Sources Of Regional Variation In The Severity Of The Great Depression: Evidence From U.S. Manufacturing, 1919-1937," Journal of Economic History, 1999, v59(3,Sep), 714-747. citation courtesy of

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

Published: Journal of Human Resources, Vol. 34, no. 3 (Summer 1999): 449-474. citation courtesy of

May 1996Strikebreaking and the Labor Market in the United States, 1881-1874
h0086

Published: Journal of Economic History, Vol. 58, no. 1 (March 1998): 183-205.

January 1996The Extent of the Labor Market in the United States, 1850-1914
h0078

Published: Social Science History, Vol. 22, no. 3 (Fall 1998): 183-205.

October 1994Was There a National Labor Market at the End of the Nineteenth Century? Intercity and Interregional Variation in Male Earnings in Manufacturing
h0061

Published: Rosenbloom, Joshua L. "Was There A National Labor Market At The End Of The Nineteenth Century? New Evidence On Earnings In Manufacturing," Journal of Economic History, 1996, v56(3,Sep), 626-656.

January 1994Employer Recruitment and the Integration of Industrial Labor Markets 1870-1914
h0053

Published: revised, "Looking for Work, Searching for Workers: U.S. Labor Markets afterthe Civil War," Social Science History, vol. 18, no. 3, (fall 1994)pp. 377-403

 
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