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Jonathan Liebowitz

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Jonathan J LiebowitzProfessor Emeritus
  • College
    College of Fine Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
  • Department
    History
  • Phone
    (978) 934-2530
  • Email

Selected Publications

  • Liebowitz, J.J. () "Poland, Hungary, Spain, Portugal, Greece, and Turkey—they continue to 1973, or in the case of Turkey, 2000. The first group exhibits common patterns while the other countries are more idiosyncratic. Agriculture in the early developers underwent substantial growth from the nineteenth century to 1914, contributing positively to overall economic performance,"
  • Liebowitz, J.J. (2010) "Agriculture and Economic Development in Europe Since 1870.," Journal of Economic History 70:4
  • Liebowitz, J.J. (2009) "A History of World Agriculture: From the Neolithic Age to the Current Crisis," Journal of Economic History 69:3
  • Liebowitz, J.J. (2009) "David Todd. L'Identite economique de la France: Libre a change et protectionnisme (1814-1851)," 114: pp. 1544–1545
  • Liebowitz, J.J. (2009) "Tenants in Time: Family Strategies, Land, and Liberalism in Upper Canada, 1799-1871," Journal of Economic History 69:4
  • Liebowitz, J.J. (2009) "The economic identity of France: free-exchange and protectionism (1814-1851)," American Historical Review 114:5
  • Liebowitz, J.J. (2008) "War, wine, and taxes: The political economy of Anglo-French trade, 1689-1900," Journal of Economic History 68:3
  • Liebowitz, J.J. (2003) "The book, part of Princeton's series The Economic History of the Western World, edited by Joel Mokyr, is up to the usual high standards of the press. Nye writes with force and clarity, though chapters seem sometimes to be separate papers circling around a theme rather than carrying it forward. This flaw detracts little from a splendid work that all economic historians will want to read," Explorations in Economic History 40: pp. 278-307
  • Liebowitz, J.J. (2002) "European economic history: From Mercantilism to Maastricht and beyond.," Journal of Economic History 62:4
  • Liebowitz, J.J. (2000) "Forum - Revisiting 'Growth in a Traditional Society', comment," Historical Methods 33:1
  • Liebowitz, J.J. (2000) "French sharecroppers, tenants, and their landlords face the late nineteenth century crisis: What can narrative tell?," Journal of Economic History 60:2
  • Liebowitz, J.J., Schwartz, R.M., Vardi, L., Grantham, G., Hoffman, P.T. (2000) "Revisiting Growth in a Traditional Society: Four Comments: A Response," Historical Methods: A Journal of Quantitative and Interdisciplinary History 33:1 pp. 30-31
  • Liebowitz, J.J. (1998) "Fortunes a faire: The French in Asian trade, 1719-48.," Journal of Economic History 58:1
  • Liebowitz, J.J. (1998) "La longue stagnation en France: L'autre grande dépression, 1873–1897. Edited by Yves Breton, Albert Broder, and Michel Lutfalla. Paris: Economica, 1997. pp. viii, 492. FF 250," The Journal of Economic History 58:02 pp. 583-584
  • Liebowitz, J.J. (1998) "The long stagnation in France: The other Great Depression, 1873-1897," Journal of Economic History 58:2
  • Liebowitz, J.J. (1993) "RURAL SUPPORT FOR PROTECTION: EVIDENCE FROM THE PARLIAMENTARY INQUIRY OF 1884," French History 7:2 pp. 163-182
  • Liebowitz, J.J. (1990) "Government and Agriculture in Western-Europe, 1880-1988 - Tracy,m," Journal of Economic History 50:2
  • Liebowitz, J.J. (1989) "Tenants, Sharecroppers, and the French Agricultural Depression of the Late 19th-Century," Journal of Interdisciplinary History 19:3
  • Liebowitz, J.J. (1988) "Pont-St-Pierre, 1398-1789 - Lordship, Community, and Capitalism in Early Modern France - Dewald,j," Journal of Economic History 48:2
  • Liebowitz, J.J. (1978) "Economic Strength and Diplomatic Attitudes: The Formation of French Hostility before World War I," Social Science History pp. 34-55