Instituto Figuerola de Historia y Ciencias Sociales
Estás en: Inicio > Instituto Figuerola de Historia y Ciencias Sociales > Publicaciones > Artículos

Artículos

  • Instituto Figuerola.
    Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
    C/ Madrid, 126
    28903, Getafe, Madrid. España
    ¿Cómo encontrarnos?
  • Teléfono de contacto:
    +34 91 624 95 14 / +34 91 624 96 20
    Despacho: 18.2.E18 / 18.2.D20
    Email: figuerola@uc3m.es
Aumentar Tamaño del texto Disminuir Tamaño del texto

Artículos

Eva Fernández, James Simpson (2017). "Product quality or market regulation? Explaining the slow growth of Europe's wine cooperatives, 1880–1980", The Economic History Review, 70(1), pp. 122-142.

Leandro Prados de la Escosura (2016). "Mismeasuring Long Run Growth. The Bias from Spliced National Accounts: The Case of Spain", Cliometrica ,10 (3), pp. 251-275.

Leandro Prados de la Escosura (2016). "Economic Freedom in the Long Run: Evidence from OECD Countries (1850-2007)", Economic History Review, 69 (2), pp. 435-468. Database at http://espacioinvestiga.org/hiel-eng/?lang=en

Carlos Álvarez Nogal (2016). "Philip II against the Cortes and the credit freeze of 1575-1577". Revista de Historia Económica / Journal of Iberian and Latin American Economic History, First View Article/March, pp. 1-32 (with C. Chamley).

Carlos Álvarez Nogal (2016). "Spanish Agriculture in the Little Divergence". European Review of Economic History, Early View, pp. 1-23 (with L. Prados de la Escosura and C. Santiago)

Carlos Álvarez Nogal (2016). 'Respond to “Duplications” by Drelichman and Voth'. Economic History Review, n. 69-3, pp. 1007-1013. (with C. Chamley)

Jordi Domenech (2015), "Land Tenure Inequality, Harvests, and Rural Conflict: Evidence from Southern Spain during the Second Republic (1931–1934)", Social Science History, Volume 39, Issue 02, Summer, pp. 253-286.

Markus Lampe y Paul Sharp (2015), "How the Danes Discovered Britain: the International Integration of the Danish Dairy Industry Before 1880", European Review of Economic History, 19 (4), pp. 432-453.

Eva Fernández (2015), "Politics, Coalitions, and Support of Farmers, 1920–1975", European Review of Economic History, Volume 20, Issue 1, pp. 102-122.

Leandro Prados de la Escosura (2015), "World Human Development, 1870-2007", Review of Income and Wealth, vol.61-2, pp. 220-247. 

Leandro Prados de la Escosura (2013), "Human development in Africa: A long-run perspective, Explorations in Economic History", vol.50-2, pp.179-204.

Jordi Domenech, (2013), "Rural labour markets and rural conflict in Spain before the Civil War (1931–6)", Economic History Review, vol. 66, pp. 86-108.

Alvarez Nogal, Carlos y Prados de la Escosura, Leandro (2013), "The rise and fall of Spain (1270-1850)", vol.65, 1-37.

Stefano Battilossi, Regina Escario, James Foreman-Peck (2012), "Fiscal policy response to cycles under two regimes: Spain 1950–1998", Cliometrica.

Pilar Nogues with C. Jobst,(2012) “Commercial finance in Europe, 1700-1815”, in Gerard Caprio (ed.), Handbook of Key Global Financial Markets, Institutions and Infrastructure, London: Elsevier, chapter 10, pp. 95-105.

Juan Carmona y James Simpson (2012), "Explaining contract choice: vertical coordination, sharecropping, and wine in Europe, 1850–1950", Economic History Review, vol. 65, 887-907.

Juan Carmona and Joan R. Rosés (2012), "Land markets and agrarian backwardness (Spain, 1904–1934)",European Review of Economic History.

Antonio Tena-Junguito, Markus Lampe and Felipe Tâmega Fernandes (2012), "How Much Trade Liberalization Was There in the World Before and After Cobden-Chevalier?", Journal of Economic History.

Explaining nineteenth-century bilateralism: economic and political determinants of the Cobden–Chevalier network - Markus Lampe and Paul Sharp, Economic History Review (forthcoming)

Something Rational in the State of Denmark? The Case of an Outsider in the Cobden-Chevalier Network 1860-1875 – Markus Lampe and Paul Sharp. Scandinavian Economic History Review, 59 (2011), pp. 128-148.

Land markets and agrarian backwardness (Spain, 1904–1934) - Juan Carmona and Joan R. Rosés.