Gareth Austin
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The ‘reversal of fortune’thesis and the compression of history: perspectives from African and comparative economic history
G Austin
Journal of International Development: The Journal of the Development Studies …, 2008
Labour, land, and capital in Ghana: from slavery to free labour in Asante, 1807-1956
G Austin
Boydell & Brewer, 2005
Resources, techniques, and strategies south of the Sahara: revising the factor endowments perspective on African economic development, 1500–20001
G Austin
The Economic History Review 61 (3), 587-624, 2008
African economic development and colonial legacies
G Austin
International Development Policy| Revue internationale de politique de …, 2010
Reciprocal comparison and African history: tackling conceptual Eurocentrism in the study of Africa's economic past
G Austin
African Studies Review 50 (3), 1-28, 2007
Labour-intensive industrialization in global history
G Austin, K Sugihara
Routledge, 2013
The Emergence of Capitalist Relations in South Asante Cocoa-Farming, C. 1916–331
G Austin
The journal of African history 28 (2), 259-279, 1987
Cash crops and freedom: Export agriculture and the decline of slavery in colonial West Africa
G Austin
International Review of Social History 54 (1), 1-37, 2009
Capitalists and chiefs in the cocoa hold-ups in South Asante, 1927-1938
G Austin
The International journal of African historical studies 21 (1), 63-95, 1988
Introduction: The renaissance of African economic history
G Austin, S Broadberry
The Economic History Review 67 (4), 893-906, 2014
Indigenous credit institutions in West Africa, c. 1750-c. 1960
G Austin
Local suppliers of credit in the Third World, 1750–1960, 93-159, 1993
Labour and land in Ghana, 1874–1939: a shifting ratio and an institutional revolution
G Austin
Australian economic history review 47 (1), 95-120, 2007
Collusion and competition in colonial economies: banking in British West Africa, 1916–1960
G Austin, CU Uche
Business History Review 81 (1), 1-26, 2007
Vent for surplus or productivity breakthrough? The G hanaian cocoa take‐off, c. 1890–1936
G Austin
The Economic History Review 67 (4), 1035-1064, 2014
Mode of production or mode of cultivation: Explaining the failure of European cocoa planters in competition with African farmers in colonial Ghana
G Austin
Cocoa Pioneer Fronts Since 1800, 154-175, 1996
The alternative business history: Business in emerging markets
G Austin, C Dávila, G Jones
Business history review 91 (3), 537-569, 2017
Patterns of manufacturing growth in Sub-Saharan Africa
G Austin, E Frankema, M Jerven
The spread of modern industry to the periphery since, 1871
The biological standard of living in early nineteenth‐century West Africa: new anthropometric evidence for northern Ghana and Burkina Faso1
G Austin, J Baten, B Van Leeuwen
The Economic History Review 65 (4), 1280-1302, 2012
National poverty and the ‘vampire state’in Ghana: a review article
G Austin
Journal of International Development: The Journal of the Development Studies …, 1996
Labour intensity and manufacturing in West Africa, c. 1450–c. 2000
G Austin
Labour-intensive industrialization in global history, 215-244, 2013
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