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Quantity 26 of "Research in monetary heritage" contains six papers, flippantly divided among ecu and North American themes. at the eu facet, Stefano Fenoaltea and Carlo Ciccarelli supply new local estimates of social overhead funding in Italy. Markus Lampe studies info on bilateral exchange flows in Europe among 1857 and 1875. And Bernard Harris surveys the literature on gender, wealth, and healthiness in England and Wales because industrialization. Turning west, Mark Kanazawa reports conflicts among ranchers and miners over who may still undergo the weight of taxation in 19th century California. Jason Taylor and Peter Klein learn melancholy period cartel habit lower than the nationwide business restoration Act. ultimately, James Butkiewicz mines archival fabric to supply a brand new standpoint on and a few rehabilitation of Eugene Meyer's position as Governor of the Federal Reserve Board among 1930 and 1933.
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1899-1903 Fig. 17. 90 UMTO EM MA VE PI AB CM CL LO BA 0 50 100 150 200 AVERAGE MAINTENANCE / SQ. 05 200 AVERAGE MAINTENANCE / SQ. 10 SI 0 20 40 60 80 AVERAGE MAINTENANCE / SQ. , 1869-1873 AVERAGE MAINTENANCE / SQ. 95 AB 0 50 100 150 200 250 AVERAGE MAINTENANCE / SQ. , 1899-1903 Railway Capital and Growth: Initial Levels. 20 None of this closes the Gerschenkron–Romeo debate, and those glorious old warriors can ﬁght on in Valhalla. 0 100 200 300 400 AVERAGE MAINTENANCE / SQ. 2 BA 100 200 300 400 500 AVERAGE MAINTENANCE / SQ.
3. In general, the lines in Fig. 11 move downward from left to right, pointing to progressively smaller average endowments as one moves from the NorthWest down to the boot’s toe and ﬁnally to the major islands; they appear to become somewhat ﬂatter over time on a per-man basis (left column), 26 CARLO CICCARELLI AND STEFANO FENOALTEA Social-Overhead Civil Maintenance: Annual Averages (Value Added at 1911 Prices). A. 46 24 180 204 Italy but not, railways apart, per unit area (right column). The same information yields the maps in Figs.
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