Economic history

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Norman and Smithson, Hull millwrights.
Gregory, Roy, M.Phil. (1992), Hull (Lewis, M.J.T.)
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All roads leading to York: a comparative study of turnpike development, 1745-1881.
Taylor, W.B., M.Phil. (1992), York
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Plymouth shipowning, 1824-55.
Haines, Michael S., M.A. (1995), Exeter (Duffy, M.)
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Political and industrial developments in the coal-mining communities of the lower Calder Valley, 1840-95.
Rusiecki, Paul, Ph.D. (1994), Essex (Crossick, G.J.)
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Industrial diseases and the Women's Trade Union League: the case of lead poisoning, 1891-1921.
Wang, Wen-Hsia, Ph.D. (1997), Cambridge (Reid, Alastair J.)
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Political and industrial crisis: the experience of Tyne and Wear pitmen, 1831-2.
Ridley, David, Ph.D. (1994), Durham (Heesom, A.J.)
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The economic and social power of two landed families in 19th-century rural Devon, with particular reference to their provision of labourers' housing.
Nicholls, Bryan, M.Phil. (1997), Exeter (Melling, Joseph L.)
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The corporate landowner in town development, with particular reference to Cleethorpes and Grimsby, c.1800-c.1900.
Dowling, Alan, Ph.D. (1997), Hull (Ambler, Rodney W.)
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Rural property rights and the survival of historic landed estates in the late 20th century.
Jackson, Andrew, Ph.D. (1998), London (Munton, Richard J.C.)
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The clearers and the cleared: women, economy and land in the Scottish Highlands, 1800-1900.
Lodge, Christine, Ph.D. (1997), Glasgow (Macinnes, Allan I.)
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'The ruin of rural England': an interpretation of late 19th-century agricultural depression, 1879-1914.
Roberts, Jason A., Ph.D. (1997), Loughborough (Heffernan, Michael J.)
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Finance and the government of England, 1679-89.
Brodie, Ross A., M.Litt. (1993), Bristol (Hutton, R.E.)
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'A railway suburb': growth and development in Gorton and Openshaw during the mid 19th century.
Crabb, George D., M.Phil. (1996), Keele (Vincent, David M.)
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Proprietors and managers: structure and technique in large British enterprise, 1890-1939.
Quail, John M., Ph.D. (1996), Leeds (Honeyman, Katrina; Moreton, P.W. Terence)
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Ideology and the telephone: the social reception of a technology, London 1876-1920.
Stein, Jeremy, Ph.D. (1996), London (Dennis, Richard J.)
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The finance and growth of the Lancashire cotton industry, 1870-1914.
Toms, J. Stephen, Ph.D. (1996), Nottingham (Chapman, Stanley D.; Barnes, P.A.)
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The problem of boy labour and 'blind alley' occupations within the context of the labour markets of Brighton and Portsmouth, 1870-1939.
Bowden, Roy E., Ph.D. (1996), Southampton (Rule, John G.)
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Property, profit and pollution: conflicts in river and estuary fishing, 1860-1914.
Parsons, Gillian A., Ph.D. (1996), Lancaster (Walton, John K.)
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The role of electrical power transmission systems in Britain, 1875-1948.
Snow, Albert, Ph.D. (1997), Open University (Roberts, Gerrylynn K.; Bowers, B.)
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Voluntary provision for old age by trade unions in Britain before the coming of the welfare state: the cases of the Amalgamated Society of Engineers and the Typographical Association.
Fukasawa, Kazuko, Ph.D. (1996), London (Thane, Patricia M.)
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Gender and technology in the E. Midlands boot and shoe industry, 1850-1911.
Greenfield, Jill, Ph.D. (1998), Warwick (Berg, Maxine L.)
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Land development and the steel companies of eastern Sheffield, 1850-1900.
Simmons, Richard, Ph.D. (1996), Leicester (Sutcliffe, Anthony R.)
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A study of the problem of worker effort in British industry, 1850-1920.
St. John, Ian, D.Phil. (1998), Oxford (Feinstein, Charles H.)
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Britain's deep-sea fishing industry, 1840-1919.
Haines, Michael S., Ph.D. (1998), Hull (Starkey, David J.)
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Female business enterprise in and around Birmingham in the 19th and early 20th centuries.
Jenns, Katherine R.P., Ph.D. (1997), Birmingham (Chinn, Carl S.A.)
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Landholdings, agriculture and society: Easingwold, 1660-1750.
Taylor, Valerie, M.A. (1993), York (Sheils, W.J.)
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The Stanhope and Tyne railway: a critical review of the key stages of its business history.
Baldwin, John H., M.A. (1998), York (Divall, Colin)
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Forging skill at Swindon: social relations and technology in a 19th-century railway workshop.
Butterworth, Phillip A., M.A. (1996), York (Divall, Colin)
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The history of the British malting industry, with special reference to Pauls Malt Limited, 1830-1975.
Clark, Christine M., Ph.D. (1996), East Anglia (Wilson, Richard G.)
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The railways' influence on place-names in suburbia: Harrow borough.
Scott, Peter G., M.Phil. (1996), Leicester (Phythian-Adams, Charles V.)
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