AND WORKING PAPERS
2018, Unequal poverty and equal industrialization: Finnish wealth, 1750–1900 (with Bengtsson, E., I. Nummela and M. Olsson), Scandinavian Economic History Review, forthcoming.
2018, Aristocratic wealth and inequality in a changing society: Sweden, 1750--1900 (with Bengtsson, M. Olsson and P. Svensson), Scandinavian Journal of History, forthcoming.
2018, Market vs. Endowment: Explaining Early Industrial Location in Italy (1871-1911), Cliometrica, forthcoming.
2018, Regional GDP estimates for Sweden, 1571-1850 (with K. Enflo), Historical Methods, 52(1).
2018, Wealth inequality in Sweden 1750--1900 (with Erik Bengtsson, Mats Olsson and Patrick Svensson), Economic History Review, 71(3).
2017,The fall and rise of business cycle co-movements in Imperial Austria's regions (with Carlo Ciccarelli), Annals of Regional Science, forthcoming.
My posts on NEP-HIS Blog:
The postman always rings twice: measuring market access and endowment in the German Empire through postal data
Who Will Get the Bill? Lessons from #EconHis on Scottish Independence
On the many failures of (southern) Italy to catch up
Industrial Location and Path Dependency during the British Industrial Revolution
Internal Migration and Trade Unions Strength: an Alternative Look on Pre-Civil War Spain
Patents, Super Patents and Innovation at Regional Level
To Get Published or Not to Get Published: Challenges and Opportunities in Economics from 1970 to Present.
The Mixed Blessings of Clio
Human Resources in Great Britain in the Long Run, 1871-2011
A Natural Experiment in Chinese Villages
Acemoglu on Past, Present, Future and Beyond
History matters: the influence of pre-industrial China’s institutions on post-1978 economic boom.
Italy and the World Economy: celebrating Italy’s 150th birthday with some data crunching
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