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View Resource Salt Made the World Go Round: MRBLOCH Salt Archive

Don't you just love it when everything can be summed up with one simple explanantion? Created by David Bloch, this Website proves that life as we know depends upon salt. Sections of the site look at salt in relation to a wide range of areas of study, such as Physiology, Geology, Archaeology, Paleoclimatology, Religion, and Economics. For example, the Economics section provides information on the...

http://www.salt.org.il/
View Resource Economic History Services

This server, operated by Eh.Net as part of a grant received from the National Science Foundation, is an outstanding central source of information for anyone interested in economic history. Highlights of the site include a collection of economic history abstracts, book reviews, data sets, approximately 100 syllabi from courses in Economic History and the History of Economics, and a comprehensive...

http://eh.net/
View Resource University of Oxford Discussion Papers in Economic and Social History

Oxford University hosts this collection of papers from its Seminars in Economic and Social History. At present, fifteen papers are available to view or download in full text or abstract. Some of the topics include "Businessmen and Land Purchase in Late Nineteenth Century England," "The American Automobile Frenzy of the 1950s," and "The German Railways - The Economic and Political Feasibility of...

http://www.nuff.ox.ac.uk/Economics/History/
View Resource World Resources Institute: A Guide to World Resources 2002-2004

The World Resources Institute (WRI) offers an electronic version of the Guide to World Resources 2002-2004: Decisions for the Earth: Balance, Voice, and Power. The report, which was distributed in part at the 2002 World Summit on Sustainable Development conference in Johannesburg, is now available in its entirety to any interested reader. Issues addressed include direction for "environmental...

https://www.wri.org/publication/world-resources-2002-2004
View Resource Economic History Services

Despite its reputation as “the dismal science”, economics continues to attract new scholars in great numbers every year, and a number of websites provide high-quality materials for those interested in the subject. The Economic History Services website began life in 1994 as a mere discussion list, and since then has grown to include numerous resources that include book reviews, a collection of...

http://eh.net/