Professor Jane Humphries: List of publications

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Care and Cruelty in the Workhouse: Children's Experiences of Residential Poor Relief in Eighteenth and Nineteenth-Century England

Memories of Pauperism

Spinning the Industrial Revolution

The First Industrial Nation and the First 'Modern' Family

Rentseeking or Skill Creating? Apprenticeship in Early Industrial Britain

Consumption Conundrums Unravelled

The Cambridge Economic History of Modern Britain: Volume 1, Industrialisation, 1700–1870

Memories of Pauperism

Care and Cruelty in the Workhouse: Children's Experiences of Residential Poor Relief in Eighteenth and Nineteenth-Century England

Cupidity and Crime: Consumption as Revealed by Insight from the Old Bailey Records of Theft in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries

Amartya Sen's Work and Ideas A Gender Perspective

The Lure of Aggregates and the Pitfalls of the Patriarchal Perspective: A Critique of the High Wage Economy Interpretation of the British Industrial Revolution

Child Labour and the British Industrial Revolution

European Review of Economic History Special Issue

Introduction

Off the Record: Reconstructing Women's Labor Force Participation in the European Past

Off the Record: Reconstructing Women's Labor Force Participation in the European Past

Rentseeking or Skill Creating? Apprenticeship in Early Industrial Britain

Child Labour: The Experience of Today's Advanced Economies and Lessons from the Past

Introduction

The First Industrial Nation and the First ‘Modern’ Family

Childhood and Violence in Working-Class England, 1800-1870

The Rural Child Worker

Women's Employment in Restructuring America: The Changing Experience of Women in Three Recessions

The Rural Child Worker

Childhood and child labour in the British Industrial Revolution

Editors' introduction

Cities, Market Integration, and Going to Sea: Stunting and the Standard of Living in Early Nineteenth-Century England and Wales

Death and Gender in Victorian England

The Gender Gap in Wages: Productivity or Prejudice or Market Power in Pursuit of Profits

Was Dick Whittington Taller Than Those He Left Behind? Anthropometric Measures, Migration and the Quality of Life in Early Nineteenth-century London

Death and Gender in Victorian England

Feeding the masses: plenty, want and the distribution of food and drink in historical perspective Editors' introduction

"Because they are too menny..." Children, Mothers, and Fertility Decline: The Evidence from Working-Class Autobiographies of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries

Standard of Living, Quality of Life

Explorations: the Status of Women Economists in UK Universities

English Apprenticeship: A Neglected Factor in the First Industrial Revolution

The Dilemmas of Lone Motherhood: Essays from Feminist Economics

Excess Female Mortality in Nineteenth-Century England and Wales

Mundane heroines: Conflict, Ethnicity, Gender, and Female Headship in Eastern Sri Lanka

The dilemmas of lone motherhood: key issues for feminist economics

Household Economy

Child Labor: Lessons from the Historical Experience of Today's Industrial Economies

At What Cost Was Pre-eminence Purchased? Child Labour and the First Industrial Revolution

Edith Penrose: A Feminist Economist?

EXPLORING THE CHALLENGES OF AMARTYA SEN'S WORK AND IDEAS: AN INTRODUCTION

The Parallels between the Past and the Present

Women in the Labour Force

Equal Opportunity as a Productive Factor

Destined for Deprivation? Intergenerational Poverty Traps in Eighteenth-Century Britain

Edith Penrose

Rational Economic Families? Economics, the Family and the Economy

Special issue on the family: introduction

Child Labour and British Industrialisation

Women's Labour Force Participation and the Transition to the Male-Breadwinner Family, 1790–1865

Towards a Family‐Friendly Economics

Stature and Relative Deprivation: Fatherless Children in Early Industrial Britain

Female-headed Households in Early Industrial Britain: the Vanguard of the Proletariat?

Feminist Economics Special Issue

The Origins and Expansion of the Male Breadwinner Family: The Case of Nineteenth-Century Britain

Short stature among coal-mining children: a comment

Women and Paid Work

"The Exploitation of Little Children": Child Labor and the Family Economy in the Industrial Revolution

Gender, Work and Organisation Special Issue

Gender and Economics

Women's Labour Force Participation and the Transition to the Male-Breadwinner Family, 1790–1865

Economics, Gender and Equal Opportunities

From Work to Dependence? Women's Experience of Industrialisation in Britain

The Economics of Equal Opportunities

An Input-Output Table for 1841

Old Questions, New Data, and Alternative Perspectives: Families' Living Standards in the Industrial Revolution

Financing the Debt and Shaping the City: The State and Financial Segmentation

Integration, Differentiation and Polarisation: The Legacy of the 1980's for Women's Employment

‘Bread and a pennyworth of treacle’: excess female mortality in England in the 1840s

"Lurking in the Wings..." Women in the Historiography of the Industrial Revolution

The Sexual Division of Labor and Social Control: An Interpretation

Enclosures, Common Rights, and Women: The Proletarianization of Families in the Late Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Centuries

Recession, and Exploitation: British Women in a Changing Workplace, 1979–85

“…The Most Free From Objection …” The Sexual Division of Labor and Women's Work in Nineteenth-Century England

Inter-War House Building, Cheap Money and Building Societies: The Housing Boom Revisited

The Origin of the Family: Born out of Scarcity not Wealth

Women and Work

The City and the Decline of British Industry

The Reconstitution of the Supply Side of the Labour Market: The Relative Autonomy of Social Reproduction

The 'Emancipation' of women in the 1970s and 1980s: From the latent to the floating

The Persistence of the Working Class Family: A Marxist Perspective

Class Struggle and the Persistence of the Working-Class Family

Class and Historical Analysis for Study of Women and Economic Change

Thatcherism: The Fetishization of Markets

Protective Legislation, the Capitalist State, and Working Class Men: The Case of the 1842 Mines Regulation Act

Class Struggle and the Persistence of the Working-Class Family

The Socio-Economic Determinants of Recourse to Legal Abortion

The Working Class Family, Women's Liberation, and Class Struggle: The Case of Nineteenth Century British History

Class Struggle and the Persistence of the Working-Class Family

Women: Scapegoats and Safety Valves in the Great Depression

Causes of Growth

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