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Population in Preindustrial England: An Econometric Analysis

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I. Introduction, 581. — II. Data, 583. — III. Effects of population change, 587. — IV. Causes of population change, 590. — V. Econometrics: testing and estimation, 594. — VI. The estimated model: comparative statics, 599. — VII. The estimated model: dynamics, 600. — VIII. Conclusions, 604. — Appendix: basic data series, 606.

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  • Ronald Lee, 1973. "Population in Preindustrial England: An Econometric Analysis," The Quarterly Journal of Economics, Oxford University Press, vol. 87(4), pages 581-607.
  • Handle: RePEc:oup:qjecon:v:87:y:1973:i:4:p:581-607.
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