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Economic Theory Statistical Inference
Statistical Inference and Historical Explanation
The Economics of Slavery in the Antebellum South
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agriculture American economy antebellum South argued argument assumption average banking Barry Supple behavior British capital intensity causal Census cent chapter commercial paper costs cotton course DeBow's Review decade decline demand economic development economic growth Economic History effect efficient estimates evidence example expansion explanation export fact farm final Harold Jeffreys historian Hoffmann hypothesis important income growth increase industrial innovations interest investment J. D. B. DeBow Kuznets labor force land manufacturing manumission ment moving average national income Negro nineteenth century nomic Old South output period plantation planters Prime field hand prime field wench probability problem production profits quantitative railroad rate of growth ratio regional relationships relative result Schumpeter sector Simon Kuznets slave labor slave prices slavery South Carolina southern Southern United statistical structural changes sufficient Table tests textile tion trade trend Undistributed United Kingdom variables wage share York