Pieter Woltjer
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A dataset on comparative historical national accounts, ca. 1870-1950: a time-series perspective
JP Smits, P Woltjer, D Ma
GGDC Research Memorandum, 2009
612009
An Economic Rationale for the West African Scramble? The Commercial Transition and the Commodity Price Boom of 1835–1885
E Frankema, J Williamson, P Woltjer
The Journal of Economic History 78 (1), 1-41, 2018
352018
An economic rationale for the African scramble: the commercial transition and the commodity price boom of 1845-1885
E Frankema, J Williamson, P Woltjer
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2015
312015
Depression dynamics: a new estimate of the Anglo‐American manufacturing productivity gap in the interwar period
H De Jong, P Woltjer
The Economic History Review 64 (2), 472-492, 2011
292011
The Sources of Growth in a Technologically Progressive Economy: the United States, 1899-1941
G Bakker, N Crafts, P Woltjer
Economic Journal 129 (622), 2267-2294, 2019
242019
The composition of capital and cross-country productivity comparisons
R Inklaar, P Woltjer, DG Albarrán
International Productivity Monitor 36 (1), 34-52, 2019
162019
A Vision of the Growth Process in a Technologically Progressive Economy: the United States, 1899-1941
G Bakker, N Crafts, P Woltjer
LSE Economic History Working Papers, 2015
152015
EU KLEMS growth and productivity accounts: March 2008 release
EU KLEMS
http://www.euklems.net/index.html, 2008
142008
Taking over: a new appraisal of the Anglo-American productivity gap and the nature of American economic leadership ca. 1910
P Woltjer
Scandinavian Economic History Review 63 (3), 280-301, 2015
13*2015
A comparison of real output and productivity for British and American manufacturing in 1935
H de Jong, P Woltjer
Groningen Growth and Development Centre, 2009
132009
The Yankees of Europe? A New View on Technology and Productivity in German Manufacturing in the Early Twentieth Century
MP Timmer, J Veenstra, P Woltjer
The Journal of Economic History 76 (3), 874-908, 2016
11*2016
The roaring thirties: productivity growth and technological change in Great Britain and the United States during the early Twentieth Century
PJ Woltjer
University of Groningen, SOM research school, 2013
92013
WIOD Socio-Economic Accounts 2016: Sources and Methods
R Gouma, W Chen, P Woltjer, M Timmer
World, 2018
82018
Changing Economic Leadership. A new benchmark of sector productivity in the United States and Western Europe, ca. 1910
E Frankema, P Woltjer, JP Smits
The Low Countries Journal of Social and Economic History, 80-113, 2013
72013
The EU KLEMS Productivity Report, Issue 2
B van Ark, P Woltjer
EU KLEMS Working Paper Series, 1-148, 2008
7*2008
Growth Accounting in Economic History: Findings, Lessons and New Directions
N Crafts, P Woltjer
Journal of Economic Surveys, 2019
62019
The impact of sectoral shifts on Dutch unmarried women’s labor force participation, 1812–1929
C Boter, P Woltjer
European Review of Economic History 24 (4), 783-817, 2020
52020
Jobs in global value chains: new evidence for four African countries in international perspective
S Pahl, MP Timmer, R Gouma, P Woltjer
World Bank Policy Research Working Paper, 2019
52019
Commodities, Prices and Risk the Changing Market for Non-slave Products in Pre-abolition in West Africa
AD Smith, P Woltjer
African Economic History Network, 2016
42016
Comparing Productivity in the Netherlands, France, UK and US, ca. 1910: A new PPP benchmark and its implications for changing economic leadership
P Woltjer, JP Smits, E Frankema
GGDC Research Memorandum, 2010
3*2010
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