The Industrial Revolution and the Atlantic Economy: Selected Essays

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NOTES
1
I am grateful to Carlo Cipolla, Charles K. Hyde, Peter Lindert, and two anonymous referees for helpful comments on an earlier draft. I also benefited from discussion of the paper at the All-University of California Conference in Economic History at the University of California at Los Angeles in May 1985.
2
Consumption of pig iron equals domestic production plus imports of bar iron in pig iron equivalent (1.35 pig iron=1 bar iron). The population estimates, based on Wrigley and Schofield 1981: Table A3.1, are for England only, but the iron output and imports are for Great Britain, i.e. including Scotland and Wales. This discrepancy does not make much difference.

REFERENCES

a
Albion, R.G. (1926) Forests and Sea Power. The Timber Problem of the Royal Navy 1652-1862, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
Arrow, K.J. (1958) ‘Price-Quantity Adjustments in Multiple Markets with Rising Demands’, Santa Monica, CA: Rand Corp., P-1364-RC.
Arrow, K.J. and Capron, W.J. (1959) ‘Dynamic Shortages and Price Rises: The Engineer-Scientist Case’, Quarterly Journal of Economics 73:292-308.
Ashton, T.S. (1951) Iron and Steel in the Industrial Revolution, 2nd ed., Manchester: Manchester University Press.

b
Bairoch, P. (1966) ‘Le rôle de 1’agriculture dans la création de la sidérurgie moderne’, Revue dHistoire Economique et Sociale 44:5-23.
Beveridge, W.H. (1939) Prices and Wages in England from the Twelfth to the Nineteenth Century, London: Longmans Green, Vol. I.
Böethius, B. and Heckscher, E.F. (1938) Svensk Handelsstatistik 1637- 1737, Stockholm.
Brown, E.H. Phelps and Hopkins, S.W. (1956) ‘Seven centuries of the prices of consumables compared with builders’ wage rates’, Economica: 296-314.

c
Cipolla, C.M. (1965) Guns and Sails in the Early Phase of European Expansion 1400-1700, London: Collins.
——(1976) Before the Industrial Revolution. European Society and Economy 1000-1700, New York: Norton.
Coleman, D.C. (1953) ‘Naval dockyards under the later Stuarts’, Economic History Review 6:134-55.
——(1977) The Economy of England 1450-1750, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Cottrell, W.F. (1955) Energy and Society. The Relation between Energy, Social Change and Economic Development, New York: McGraw-Hill.

d
Davis, R. (1954) ‘English foreign trade 1600-1700’, Economic History Review 7:150-66.
——(1962) The Rise of the English Shipping Industry in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries, London: Macmillan.

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