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The Economics of Slavery - Alfred H Conrad & John R Meyer

The Economics of Slavery by Alfred H Conrad & John R Meyer is an argument for and a demonstration of the point of view that the restricted approach of "measurement without theory" is not necessary in history, or at least not necessary in economic history. After two chapters of theoretical introduction, the authors explore the meanings and implications of evidence, explanation and proof in history by applying econometric methods to the analysis of three major problems in 19th century economic history--the profitability of slavery in the antebellum South, income growth and development in the United States during the 1800's, and The Great Depression in the British economy.

Book Title: 

The Economics of Slavery

Subtitle: 

And Other Studies in Econometric History

Author: 

Conrad, Alfred H and Meyer, John R

Publisher: 

Aldine Publishing

Edition: 

2nd

Year Published: 

1970

Binding: 

Hard cover

ISBN: 

nl

Pages: 

241

Dimensions: 

21.4 × 14.7 × 2.5 cm

Book Weight: 

0.448 kg

Condition: 

Second hand, rear board stained, dj is chipped and torn

Price: 

ZAR 60.00

In Stock: 

1

Category: 

Front Cover of The Economics of Slavery by Alfred H Conrad & John R Meyer
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