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Explorations in Economic History, Vol. 18, Issue. University of Kansas. The dissertation is a study of the service industries in the United States during the period 1839 through 1899

Explorations in Economic History, Vol. Cermeño, Alexandra L 2018. The dissertation is a study of the service industries in the United States during the period 1839 through 1899. The primary purpose of the study is to provide three series relating to the quantitative development of the sector. Series are presented for the aggregate sector; the major components, final and intermediate services; and eight industries.

Weiss, Thomas . 1975) The Service Sector in the United States, 1839 through 1899. New York, Arno Press. Weiss, Thomas J. and D. Schaefer (eds)(1994) Economic Development in Historical Perspective, Stanford University Press.

Dissertations in American economic history.

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Thomas Joseph Weiss, American economics educator. Grantee National Science Foundation, 1969, 71, 75, 83, 92, 94, 98; dissertation fellow Richard D. Irwin In. 1966-1967. Board directors University Kansas Athletic Corporation, 1973-1976.

Thomas J. Weiss, 1986.

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in the United States. Robert L. Clark, Lee A. Craig, and Jack W. Wilson. In Trends in the American Economy. Princeton University.

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The service sector in the United States, 1839 through 1899 (Dissertations in American economic history) download epub
Economics
Author: Thomas Joseph Weiss
ISBN: 0405072236
Category: Business & Money
Subcategory: Economics
Language: English
Publisher: Arno Press (1975)
Pages: 247 pages