The Industrial Revolution and the Atlantic Economy: Selected Essays

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FIGURES AND TABLES

FIGURES
1.1 Dynamic shortage 7
1.2 The British charcoal age, 1550-1750 8
5.1 Inventive activity and charcoal-coal price ratio, 1710-79 110
5.2 Great Britain: coal and iron production, 1750-1830 111
7.1 Population and regional building cycles, 1871-1910 150-2
7.2 Migration, natural increase and housebuilding, north-west region, 1871-1913 155
7.3 Housebuilding in agricultural and other non-industrial regions 157
7.4 Population change and the building cycle, urban regions of England and Wales, 1871-1910 160
7.5 Population change and building cycles, England and Wales and the United States, 1871-1910 162
7.6 Housebuilding in Great Britain, 1875-1910 168
8.1 Long swings in real national product and related variables in Great Britain, 1855-1914, and the United States, 1870-1914 196

TABLES
1.1 England and Wales: price indices for all agricultural products, timber and industrial products 5
1.2 Indices of the general price level and the price of charcoal in England, 1630-70 6
1.3 British charcoal iron industry, 1580s-1730s 9
1.4 Interdecennial rates of change, 1620s-90s 10
1.5 British imports of bar iron 24

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