Research

Welcome to our archive of working papers, articles and monographs written by CEPH members

This collection encompasses an array of themes and represents the cutting edge of the economic history discipline. 

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Irish GDP Since Independence

Abstract: This paper constructs annual GDP estimates for Ireland (1924-47) to join the first complete official aggregates. The new series is deployed to revisit Ireland’s

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Songlines

Abstract: This paper examines the long-term economic impacts of the adoption of local knowledge during European colonisation. We use the case of Australia, where Aboriginal

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Folklore

Abstract: Folklore is the collection of traditional beliefs, customs, and stories of a community passed through the generations by word of mouth. We introduce to

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