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Patterns of growth and stagnation in the late nineteenth century Habsburg economy
MS Schulze
European Review of Economic History 4 (3), 311-340, 2000
1492000
Regional income dispersion and market potential in the late nineteenth century Hapsburg Empire
MS Schulze
Department of Economic History, London School of Economics and Political Science, 2007
952007
On the origins of border effects: insights from the Habsburg Empire
MS Schulze, N Wolf
Journal of economic geography 9 (1), 117-136, 2009
852009
Economic nationalism and economic integration: the Austro‐Hungarian Empire in the late nineteenth century 1
MS Schulze, N Wolf
The economic history review 65 (2), 652-673, 2012
842012
Origins of catch-up failure: comparative productivity growth in the Habsburg Empire, 1870–1910
MS Schulze
European Review of Economic History 11 (2), 189-218, 2007
762007
Distribution dynamics: stratification, polarization, and convergence among OECD economies, 1870–1992
P Epstein, P Howlett, MS Schulze
Explorations in Economic History 40 (1), 78-97, 2003
662003
Austria-Hungary’s Economy in World War I
MS Schulze
The Economics of World War I 92, 2005
642005
European goods market integration in the very long run: from the Black Death to the First World War
G Federico, MS Schulze, O Volckart
The Journal of Economic History 81 (1), 276-308, 2021
562021
Trade, convergence, and globalisation: The dynamics of the international income distribution, 1950–1998
P Epstein, P Howlett, MS Schulze
Explorations in Economic History 44 (1), 100-113, 2007
482007
On the economic consequences of the peace: Trade and borders after Versailles
N Wolf, MS Schulze, HC Heinemeyer
The Journal of Economic History 71 (4), 915-949, 2011
442011
Benefits of empire? Capital market integration North and south of the Alps, 1350–1800
D Chilosi, MS Schulze, O Volckart
The Journal of Economic History 78 (3), 637-672, 2018
392018
Western Europe: economic and social change since 1945
M Schulze
Routledge, 2014
392014
How peripheral was the periphery?
A Klein, MS Schulze, T Vonyó
The spread of modern industry to the periphery since 1871, 63-90, 2017
232017
Engineering and economic growth: the development of Austria-Hungary’s machine-building industry in the late nineteenth century
MS Schulze
Verlag Peter Lang, 1996
231996
Re-estimating Austrian GDP, 1870-1913: methods and sources
MS Schulze
Department of Economic History, London School of Economics and Political Science, 1997
201997
Endogenous Borders? The Effects of New Borders on Trade in Central Europe 1885-1933
HC Heinemeyer, MS Schulze, N Wolf
CESifo Working Paper Series, 2008
182008
The Machine–Building Industry and Austria’s Great Depression after 1873
MS Schulze
The Economic History Review 50 (2), 282-304, 1997
161997
Population and living standards, 1945-2000
D Baines, N Cummins, MS Schulze
Cambridge University Press, 2010
152010
Human capital formation in Austria-Hungary and Germany: time series estimates of educational attainment, 1860-1910
MS Schulze, FT Fernandes
Századvég Kiadó, 2009
122009
Economic growth and sectoral developments, 1800–1914
M Kopsidis, MS Schulze
The Economic History of Central, East and South-East Europe, 39-68, 2020
112020
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