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Regensburg Economic and Social History (RESH) - Discussion Paper Series

The RESH Papers are intended to provide economic and social historians and other historians or economists at the University of Regensburg whose work is sufficiently intersecting with economic and social history with the possibility to circulate their work in an informal, easy-to-access way among the academic community. Economic and social historians from outside the University of Regensburg may also consider the RESH Papers as a means to publish informally as long as their work meets the academic standards of the discipline. Publishable in the RESH Papers is the following: Work in progress on which the author(s) wish to generate comments by their peers before formally publishing it in an academic journal or book; and English translations of already published, yet non-English works that may be of interest beyond the originally targeted (German, French, and so on) audience. Authors interested in publishing in the RESH Papers may contact one of the editors.





Vol. 1 (2020): Spoerer, Mark. Did Firms Profit from Concentration Camp Labour? A Critical Assessment of the Literature [img]
Vol. 2 (2020): Jopp, Tobias A.. A Happiness Economics-Based Human Development Index for Germany (1920-1960) [img]
Vol. 3 (2020): Jopp, Tobias A. and Spoerer, Mark. Teaching Historical Statistics: Source-Critical Mediation of Aims and Methods of Working Statistically in History [img]
Vol. 4 (2020): Spoerer, Mark. The Short Third Reich: On the Question of the Continuity of Socio-Economic Structures between the Weimar Republic, the Third Reich and the Federal Republic [img]
Vol. 5 (2020): Jopp, Tobias A. and Spoerer, Mark. How Political Were Airbus and Boeing Sales in the 1970s and 1980s? [img]
Vol. 6 (2020): Scherner, Jonas and Spoerer, Mark. Infant Company Protection in the German Semi-Synthetic Fibre Industry: Market Power, Technology, the Nazi Government and the post-1945 World Market [img]
Vol. 7 (2020): Buchner, Michael, Jopp, Tobias A., Spoerer, Mark and Wehrheim, Lino. On the Business Cycle of Counting – or How to Quantify Quantification. An Empirical Analysis of the Application of Quantitative Methods in German Historiography [img]

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