Professor John Munro passed away on December 23, 2013. This site is maintained and kept online as an archive. For more infomation please visit the Centre for Medieval Studies

Professor (Emeritus) John H. Munro passed away December 23, 2013

Department of Economics,
University of Toronto
150 St. George Street
Toronto, Ontario, CANADA
M5S 3G7


Updated: Wednesday, 30 July 2008

I intend to place all of my collected research data online, in this space.

Having now reached the age of 70 (in March 2008), with increasing concerns about future mortality or physical incapacity, even though I have no intentions of retiring, I do not wish to have all of my research data disappear in the event of such negative circumstances.

Since I believe that my research endeavours and publications -- in textiles, monetary, price, and labour history -- are well enough known, I thus doubt that anyone would be foolish enough to use the data in the following online tables, without proper attribution.

Most of these tables are in Excel format, with some in pdf format.

On 30 July, I have added a new set of research files, chiefly in Excel format, for Medieval and Early Modern Textile Prices, and relative values.

More tables will follow in the near future -- when I find the time to save them in proper Excel format, and to post them. Doing so is much more laborious than one would think.

The following web link provides the Department of Economics (University of Toronto) on-line list of my publications, in reverse chronological order, many of which -- certainly the most recent -- have attached to each lifting an offprint in PDF format, indicated (in blue) as 'Freely available'.

The following web link provides my web site for my 'Online Working Papers', from 1998 to the present, with URL links to each of the papers (in PDF format) and to the PDF offprints of those that have now been published. Please use and cite the published version, though the original working papers may prove valuable for footnotes and tables not published in the final version, because of space constraints posed by so many publishers today.

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