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Publications of Gillian C. Hamilton

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  • Gillian C. Hamilton, "Worker Training", in Oxford Encyclopedia of American Business, Labor, and Economic History (edited by Melvyn Dubofsky), Oxford University Press, 2013, 416–418.


  • Gillian C. Hamilton, "Review of Female Labour Power: Women Workers’ Influence on Business Practices in the British and American Cotton Industries, c. 1790-1860 by Janet Greenless", Journal of Economic History 71 (2) (2011), 550–551.


  • Gillian C. Hamilton, "The Stateless and the Orphaned among Montreal's Apprentices", in Children Bound to Labor: The Pauper Apprentice System in Early America (edited by Ruth Herndon and John Murray), Cornell University Press, Ithaca, New York, 2008, 1791–1842.


  • Gillian C. Hamilton and Aloysius Siow, "Class, Gender and Marriage", Review of Economic Dynamics 10 (4) (2007), 549–575.


  • Gregory Clark and Gillian C. Hamilton, "Survival of the RIchest: The Malthusian Mechanism in Pre-Industrial England", Journal of Economic History 66 (3) (2006), 707–736.


  • Gillian C. Hamilton, "Review of Making House, Crafting Capitalism: Builders in Philadelphia, 1790-1850 by Donna K. Rilling", Journal of Economic History 62 (1) (2002), 248–250.
  • Gillian C. Hamilton, "Review of The Economics of the Apprenticeship System by Wendy Smits and Thornsten Stromback", Economic Record 78 (2002), 241–242.



  • Gillian C. Hamilton, "Property Rights and Transaction Costs in Marriage: Evidence from Prenuptial Contracts", Journal of Economic History 59 (1) (1999), 68–103.


  • Gillian C. Hamilton, "Review of Civic Wars: Democracy and Public Life in the American City during the Nineteenth Century by Mary P. Ryan", Journal of Economic History 58 (1998), 913–914.


  • Gillian C. Hamilton, "Review of From Artisans to Paupers: Economic Change and Poverty in London, 1790-1870 by David R. Green", Journal of Economic History 57 (1997), 218–219.


  • Gillian C. Hamilton, "The Market for Montreal Apprentices: Contract Length and Information", Explorations in Economic History 33 (4) (1996), 496–523.


  • Gillian C. Hamilton, "Enforcement in Apprenticeship Contracts: Were Runaways a Problem? Evidence from Montreal 1791-1820", Journal of Economic History 55 (3) (1995), 551–74.