Erik Green
Erik Green
Department of economic history, Lund University, Stockholm University
Verified email at ekh.lu.se - Homepage
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Endogenous processes of colonial settlement. the success and failure of european settler farming in sub-saharan africa
E Frankema, E Green, E Hillbom
Revista de Historia Economica-Journal of Iberian and Latin American Economic …, 2016
472016
A lasting story: conservation and agricultural extension services in colonial Malawi
E Green
The Journal of African History 50 (2), 247-267, 2009
332009
The economics of slavery in the eighteenth-century Cape Colony: Revising the Nieboer-Domar Hypothesis
E Green
International Review of Social History 59 (1), 39-70, 2014
322014
Land concentration, institutional control and African agency: growth and stagnation of European tobacco farming in Shire Highlands, c. 1900–1940
E Green
Agricultural Transformation in a Global History Perspective, 247-270, 2013
232013
The missing people: accounting for the productivity of indigenous populations in Cape Colonial History
J Fourie, E Green
The Journal of African History 56 (2), 195-215, 2015
192015
Indirect rule and colonial intervention: chiefs and agrarian change in Nyasaland, ca. 1933 to the early 1950s
E Green
The International journal of African historical studies 44 (2), 249-274, 2011
192011
Afrika-en kontinents ekonomiska och sociala historia
E Hillbom, E Green
SNS förlag, 2010
172010
Modern agricultural history in Malawi: perspectives on policy-choice explanations
E Green
African Studies Review 50 (3), 115-133, 2007
172007
Moving forward in African economic history: Bridging the gap between methods and sources
M Jerven, G Austin, E Green, C Ucke, E Frankema, J Fourie, JE Inikori, ...
African Economic History Network, 2012
162012
State-Led Agricultural Intensification and Rural Labour Relations: The Case of the Lilongwe Land Development Programme in Malawi, 1968–1981
E Green
International Review of Social History 55 (3), 413-446, 2010
142010
Diversification or de-agrarianization? Income diversification, labor, and processes of agrarian change in southern and northern Malawi, mid-1930s to mid-1950s
E Green
Agricultural History, 164-192, 2008
142008
Was the wage burden too heavy?-Settler farming, wages and the profitability of settler agriculture in colonial Malawi, c. 1900–1960
J Bolt, E Green
Journal of African History 56 (2), 217-238, 2015
132015
The internationalization of economic history: perspectives from the African frontier
E Green, P Nyambara
Economic history of developing regions 30 (1), 68-78, 2015
132015
Peasant proudction and limits to labour Thyolo and Mzimba Districts in Malawi, mid-1930s to late-1970s
E Green
Lund Studies in Economic History 35, 2005
132005
Was the Wage Burden Too Heavy? Settler Farming, Profitability, and Wage Shares of Settler Agriculture in Nyasaland, c. 1900–60
J Bolt, E Green
The Journal of African History 56 (2), 217-238, 2015
122015
Success and failure of European settler farming in colonial Africa
E Frankema, E Green, E Hillbom
122014
Production systems in pre-colonial Africa
E Green
The History of African Development, 1-13, 2013
122013
Agrarian populism in colonial and postcolonial Malawi
E Green
African Studies Review 54 (3), 143-164, 2011
112011
The land–labour hypothesis in a settler economy: Wealth, labour and household composition on the south african frontier
J Cilliers, E Green
International Review of Social History 63 (2), 239-271, 2018
102018
Coping with the double crisis: Lake Chilwa recession and the great depression on Chisi Island in colonial Malawi, 1930–1935
J Nagoli, E Green, W Mulwafu, L Chiwona-Karltun
Human Ecology 45 (1), 111-117, 2017
102017
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