Economic history

Results
The structure, organization and location of fixed-shop retailing in Wolverhampton, 1870-1914.
Jones, John, Ph.D. (1991), Council for National Academic Awards (Benson, J.; Leese, R.)
Thesis
A kind of superior hobby: women managers in the John Lewis partnership, 1918-50.
Faraday, J., M.Phil. (2008), Wolverhampton (Ugolini, Laura)
Thesis
The separation of work and home? The case of the Lancashire textiles, 1825-65.
Evans, Clare L., Ph.D. (1991), Manchester (Joyce, P.J.; Rose, M.E.)
Thesis
Social and economic changes in the Vale of Clwyd during the railway era.
Fletcher, Allan, M.Phil. (1991), Wales (Griffith, W.P.)
Thesis
Willington: a study of the industrialization of a Durham mining village, 1840-1914.
Quinn, Vanessa, M.A. (1991), Durham (Lomas, R.A.)
Thesis
Rural society in 19th-century Suffolk, with special reference to landownership and occupancy, 1800-65.
Harrison, Stephen L., M.Phil. (1991), Hull (Turner, M.E.)
Thesis
The practices of food circulation in and to the three towns of Plymouth, Devonport and Stonehouse, 1800-c.1870.
Phillips, Martin P., Ph.D. (1991), Exeter (Kain, R.J.P.; Shaw, G.)
Thesis
Politics and economics in the London sugar trade, 1670-1904.
Pryor, Alan, M.Phil. (2007), Essex
Thesis
The accounting history of the English brewing industry, 1700-1939: an exploration of Foucauldian disciplinarity.
Talbot, Philip A., Ph.D. (2006), Warwick
Thesis
Pattern books, showrooms and furniture design: interactions between producers and consumers in England, 1754-1851.
Shimbo, Akiko, Ph.D. (2007), London
Thesis
The charitable work of the Macclesfield silk manufacturers, 1750-1900.
Griffiths, Sarah J., Ph.D. (2006), Liverpool
Thesis
Ceramics in Britain and France, 1921-31: economics, marketing and the power of exhibitions.
Hill, Jennifer, Ph.D. (2006), Brighton
Thesis
Strategy, solvency and the state: the development of the railway system of northern Scotland, 1844-1874.
Fletcher, Peter, Ph.D. (2007), York
Thesis
The General Steam Navigation Company, c.1850-1913: a business history.
Forrester, Robert, Ph.D. (2007), Greenwich
Thesis
The south Wales miners, 1964-85.
Curtis, Ben, Ph.D. (2007), Glamorgan
Thesis
Embroidery, business enterprise and philanthropic ventures in 19th-century Britain.
Cluckie, Linda, Ph.D. (2006), Sheffield Hallam
Thesis
Consulting engineers in the British electric light and power industry c.1880-1914.
Arapostathis, E., D.Phil. (2006), Oxford
Thesis
Transforming the gendered organisation of labour: factory women and industrialisation in Taiwan, 1960-2000.
Wang, Shih-Chih, Ph.D. (2006), Essex
Thesis
Women engineers in post-war Britain.
Wray, Lesley, Ph.D. (2006), Open University
Thesis
Bridges and communication in pre-industrial England.
Harrison, David F., D.Phil. (1997), Oxford (Stone, Eric)
Thesis
An examination of public housing policy in relation to women in rural Ireland, north and south (1945-60).
McCarthy, Mary, Ph.D. (2008), Limerick (Whelan, Bernadette)
Thesis
‘Spurs to industry’: labour and the labourer in British political economy, 1700-80.
Dew, Benjamin R., Ph.D. (2006), London
Thesis
Lincolnshire rural women, their employment, and representation in contemporary written records, c.1800-1875.
Ulyatt, Donna J., Ph.D. (2004), Lincoln
Thesis
Young women, employment and the family in inter-war England.
Todd, Selina, D.Phil. (2003), Sussex (Gazeley, Ian S.; Thane, Patricia M.)
Thesis
Carolingian women and property holding in the St. Gall archive, 700-920.
Bullimore, Katherine J., Ph.D. (2003), York (Cubitt, Catherine R.E.)
Thesis
The welfare and employment of women during the colonisation of Georgia in the late 18th century.
Marsh, B.J., Ph.D. (2002), Cambridge (Smith, Richard M.)
Thesis
A history of women workers in English libraries, 1871-1974.
Kerslake, Evelyn, Ph.D. (1999), Loughborough
Thesis
Management development and succession in the electricity industry, 1948-98: executive men and non-executive women.
Nisbet, Margaret L., Ph.D. (2001), London
Thesis
Working-class life in Bradford, 1900-20: the philanthropic and political responses to working-class poverty, with particular reference to women and children.
Cushlow, Fiona, Ph.D. (2001), Huddersfield
Thesis
Women, credit and finance in England, 1780-1826.
Wiskin, Christine M., Ph.D. (2000), Warwick (Berg, Maxine L.)
Thesis