Browsing Faculty Publications - Labor Economics by Subject "Industrial Revolution"
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(1985-01-01)[Excerpt] One of the most important issues in economic history is the effect of industrialization on workers' living standards and on the development of labor movements and class consciousness. Because Great Britain was ...
(1986-07-01)[Excerpt] This book contains a collection of papers on the causes and impact of the Industrial Revolution in Britain. The authors are, with perhaps one exception, practitioners of the New Economic History, which relies on ...