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ECON 333 - Economic History of Europe from the Paleolithic to the Industrial Revolution

The conditions and causes of long run growth from nomadism to agriculture to industrialized states, including institutions, geography, culture, colonialism, and slave trades. Determinants of the Neolithic, consumer and industrial revolutions, demographic transition and first era of globalization.


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