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Findlay, Ronald

The Economics of the Frontier

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Table of contents

1. Introduction: Frontiers and Empires
Ronald Findlay, Mats Lundahl

2. Frontiers and Empires in Historical Perspective
Ronald Findlay, Mats Lundahl

3. Modeling Global Interdependence: Centers, Peripheries and Frontiers
Ronald Findlay, Mats Lundahl

4. Towards a Model of Territorial Expansion and the Limits of Empire
Ronald Findlay, Mats Lundahl

5. Demographic Shocks and the Factor Proportions Model: From the Plague of Justinian to the Black Death
Ronald Findlay, Mats Lundahl

6. The First Globalization Episode: The Creation of the Mongol Empire, or the Economics of Chinggis Khan
Ronald Findlay, Mats Lundahl

7. Towards a Factor Proportions Approach to Economic History: Population, Precious Metals and Prices from the Black Death to the Price Revolution
Ronald Findlay, Mats Lundahl

8. International Trade and Factor Mobility with an Endogenous Land Frontier: Some General Equilibrium Implications of Christopher Columbus
Ronald Findlay, Mats Lundahl

9. Natural Resources, ‘Vent-for-Surplus’ and the Staples Theory
Ronald Findlay, Mats Lundahl

10. Resource-Led Growth—A Long-Term Perspective: The Relevance of the 1870–1914 Experience for Today’s Developing Economies
Ronald Findlay, Mats Lundahl

11. Lampião and the Colonels: On the Political Economy of Banditry
Ronald Findlay, Mats Lundahl

Keywords: Economics, Economic History, Regional/Spatial Science

Author(s)
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2017
Language
en
Edition
1
Category
Economy
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781137602374
Printed ISBN
978-1-137-60236-7

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