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Top 10 Papers by Abstract Accesses Last Month (2017-11)

PaperAccesses
The economics of slavery in 18th century Cape Colony: Revising the Nieboer-Domar hypothesis
Erik Green
13
INCOME INEQUALITY IN COLONIAL AFRICA: BUILDING SOCIAL TABLES FOR PRE-INDEPENDENCE CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC, IVORY COAST AND SENEGAL
Guido Alfani and Federico Tadei
5
THE GUN-SLAVE HYPOTHESIS AND THE 18TH CENTURY BRITISH SLAVE TRADE
Warren C. Whatley
5
Patronage or Meritocracy? Public Sector employment in postcolonial Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda
Rebecca Simson
5
Historical patterns of economic growth in Africa: A review
Morten Jerven
4
THE LAND-LABOUR HYPOTHESIS REVISED: WEALTH, LABOUR AND HOUSEHOLD COMPOSITION AT THE SOUTH AFRICAN FRONTIER
Jeanne Cilliers and Erik Green
4
From coercion to comppensation: Institutional responses to labour scarcity in teh Central African copperbelt
Dacil Juif and Ewout Frankema
4
Social mobility among christian Africans: Evidence from Anglican marriage registers in Uganda, 1895-2011
Felix Meier zu Selhausen, Marco H. D. van Leeuwen and Jacob L. Wiesdorf
4
Heights and Development in a Cash-Crop Colony: Living Standards in Ghana, 1870-1980
Alexander Moradi, Gareth Austin and Jörg Baten
3
Tracing the uneven diffusion of missionary education in colonial Uganda: European influences, African realities, and the pitfalls of church record data
Michiel de Haas and Ewout Frankema
3
The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade and the Evolution of Political Authority in West Africa
Warren C. Whatley
3
Writing History Backwards or Sideways: Towards a Consensus on African Population, 1850-present
Ewout Frankema and Morten Jerven
3
FISCAL CAPACITY AND STATE FORMATION IN FRANCOPHONE WEST AFRICA 1850-2010
Jens Andersson
3

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Top 10 Papers by Abstract Accesses Last 3 Months (2017-09 - 2017-11)

PaperDownloads
The economics of slavery in 18th century Cape Colony: Revising the Nieboer-Domar hypothesis
Erik Green
23
INCOME INEQUALITY IN COLONIAL AFRICA: BUILDING SOCIAL TABLES FOR PRE-INDEPENDENCE CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC, IVORY COAST AND SENEGAL
Guido Alfani and Federico Tadei
14
THE GUN-SLAVE HYPOTHESIS AND THE 18TH CENTURY BRITISH SLAVE TRADE
Warren C. Whatley
13
THE LAND-LABOUR HYPOTHESIS REVISED: WEALTH, LABOUR AND HOUSEHOLD COMPOSITION AT THE SOUTH AFRICAN FRONTIER
Jeanne Cilliers and Erik Green
12
Social mobility among christian Africans: Evidence from Anglican marriage registers in Uganda, 1895-2011
Felix Meier zu Selhausen, Marco H. D. van Leeuwen and Jacob L. Wiesdorf
11
Patronage or Meritocracy? Public Sector employment in postcolonial Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda
Rebecca Simson
11
Historical patterns of economic growth in Africa: A review
Morten Jerven
10
From coercion to comppensation: Institutional responses to labour scarcity in teh Central African copperbelt
Dacil Juif and Ewout Frankema
9
The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade and the Evolution of Political Authority in West Africa
Warren C. Whatley
9
Writing History Backwards or Sideways: Towards a Consensus on African Population, 1850-present
Ewout Frankema and Morten Jerven
9
Slavery, Statehood and Economic Development in Sub-Saharan Africa
Dirk Bezemer, Jutta Bolt and Robert Lenzink
9

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