Kevin H. O’Rourke
Selected publications and working papers
Power and Plenty: Trade, War and the World Economy in the Second Millennium (with Ronald Findlay, Princeton University Press, 2007).
The New Comparative Economic History: Essays in Honor of Jeffrey G. Williamson (MIT Press 2007, co-edited with Timothy J. Hatton and Alan M. Taylor).
The Cambridge Economic History of Modern Europe (Cambridge University Press 2010, co-edited with Stephen Broadberry).
1. “What determines attitudes towards protection? Some cross-country evidence,” in Susan M. Collins and Dani Rodrik (eds.), Brookings Trade Forum 2001, Brookings Institute Press, 157-206 (with Richard Sinnott).
2. “When did globalization begin?” European Review of Economic History 6 (2002), 23-50 (with Jeffrey G. Williamson).
3. “After Columbus: explaining the global trade boom 1500-1800,” Journal of Economic History (2002) 62(2), 417-456 (with Jeffrey G. Williamson).
4. “Once more: When did globalisation begin?” European Review of Economic History 8 (2004), 109-117 (with Jeffrey G. Williamson).
5. “Migration flows: Political economy of migration and the empirical challenges.” Published as “Flux Migratoires: Économie Politique de la migration et enjeux empiriques,” Revue D’Économie du Développement(ABCDE-Europe 2003 special issue) 3/4 (2004), 45-76.
6. “From Malthus to Ohlin: Trade, Industrialisation and Distribution Since 1500,” Journal of Economic Growth 10 (2005), 5-34 (with Jeffrey G. Williamson).
7. “Incentives, Technology and the Shift to Year-Round Dairying in Late 19thCentury Denmark,” Economic History Review LVIII (2005), 520-554 (with Ingrid Henriksen).
8. “The worldwide economic impact of the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars, 1793-1815,” Journal of Global History 1 (2006), 123-149.
9. “The determinants of individual attitudes towards immigration,” European Journal of Political Economy 22 (2006), 838-861 (with Richard Sinnott).
10. “Culture, conflict and cooperation: Irish dairying before the Great War,” Economic Journal 117 (October 2007), 1357-1379.
11. “War and Welfare: Britain, France and the United States 1807-14,” Oxford Economic Papers (October 2007), Supplementary Issue, i8-i30. On-line appendix giving MPSGE code available here.
12. “Property rights, politics and innovation: creamery diffusion in pre-1914 Ireland,” European Review of Economic History 11 (December 2007), 395-417.
13. “Made in America? The New World, the Old, and the Industrial Revolution.” American Economic Review Papers and Proceedings 98(2): 523-8 2008 (with Gregory Clark and Alan M. Taylor).
14. “Did Vasco da Gama matter for European markets?”forthcoming, Economic History Review, 2009 (with Jeffrey G. Williamson).
1. “Heckscher-Ohlin Theory and Individual Attitudes Towards Globalization,” in R. Findlay, R. Henriksson, H. Lindgren and M. Lundahl (eds.), Eli Heckscher, International Trade, and Economic History (MIT Press 2006), 107-138.
2. “Late 19th Century Denmark in an Irish Mirror: Land Tenure, Homogeneity and the Roots of Danish Success,” in John L. Campbell, John A. Hall and Ove K. Pedersen (eds.), The State of Denmark: Small States, Corporatism and the Varieties of Capitalism (Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2006), 159-196. Printed version.
3. “Democracy and protectionism,” in Timothy J. Hatton, Kevin H. O’Rourke and Alan M. Taylor (eds.), The New Comparative Economic History: Essays in Honor of Jeffrey G. Williamson (MIT Press, 2007), pp. 193-216. Working paper version is here.
Unpublished working papers
1. “The Era of Free Migration: Lessons for Today,” also available as CEPR Discussion Paper 4498.
2. “Risk, Government and Globalization: International Survey Evidence” (with Anna Maria Mayda and Richard Sinnott).
3. “Globalization, Growth and Distribution in Spain 1500-1913" (with Joan R. Rosés and Jeffrey G. Williamson).
4. “Trade, Knowledge and the Industrial Revolution,” mimeo (with Ahmed S. Rahman and Alan M. Taylor).
CEPR Discussion Papers
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NBER Working Papers
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My RePEc page, giving details of many other working papers as well as published papers, is accessible here.
Appendix materials to "The European grain invasion, 1870-1913" (JEH 1997).