WA Sundstrom
WA Sundstrom
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Explaining the ‘hungry farmer paradox’: Smallholders and fair trade cooperatives navigate seasonality and change in Nicaragua's corn and coffee markets
CM Bacon, WA Sundstrom, MEF Gómez, VE Méndez, R Santos, ...
Global Environmental Change 25, 133-149, 2014
1732014
The emergence, persistence, and recent widening of the racial unemployment gap
RW Fairlie, WA Sundstrom
ILR Review 52 (2), 252-270, 1999
1291999
Old-age security motives, labor markets, and farm family fertility in antebellum American
WA Sundstrom, PA David
Explorations in Economic History 25 (2), 164-197, 1988
1221988
Last hired, first fired? Unemployment and urban black workers during the Great Depression
WA Sundstrom
The Journal of Economic History 52 (2), 415-429, 1992
1131992
The color line: Racial norms and discrimination in urban labor markets, 1910–1950
WA Sundstrom
The Journal of Economic History 54 (2), 382-396, 1994
1031994
The decline and rise of interstate migration in the United States: Evidence from the IPUMS, 1850–1990
JL Rosenbloom, WA Sundstrom
Research in economic history, 2004
922004
The sources of regional variation in the severity of the Great Depression: evidence from US manufacturing, 1919–1937
JL Rosenbloom, WA Sundstrom
The Journal of Economic History 59 (3), 714-747, 1999
741999
Internal labor markets before World War I: on-the-job training and employee promotion
WA Sundstrom
Explorations in Economic History 25 (4), 424-445, 1988
711988
Vulnerability to cumulative hazards: coping with the coffee leaf rust outbreak, drought, and food insecurity in Nicaragua
CM Bacon, WA Sundstrom, IT Stewart, D Beezer
World Development 93, 136-152, 2017
672017
The racial unemployment gap in long-run perspective
RW Fairlie, WA Sundstrom
The American Economic Review 87 (2), 306-310, 1997
631997
History matters: essays on economic growth, technology, and demographic change
T Guinnane
Stanford University Press, 2003
492003
Was there a golden age of flexible wages? Evidence from Ohio manufacturing, 1892–1910
WA Sundstrom
The Journal of Economic History 50 (2), 309-320, 1990
391990
The geography of wage discrimination in the pre–civil rights South
WA Sundstrom
The Journal of Economic History 67 (2), 410-444, 2007
372007
The development of public libraries in the United States, 1870–1930: A quantitative assessment
M Kevane, WA Sundstrom
Information & Culture 49 (2), 117-144, 2014
312014
Occupational differences in the dispersion of wages and working hours: Labor market integration in the United States, 1890-1903
WA Sundstrom, JL Rosenbloom
Explorations in Economic History 30 (4), 379-408, 1993
241993
11. Labor-Market Regimes in US Economic History
JL Rosenbloom, WA Sundstrom
Economic Evolution and Revolution in Historical Time, 277-310, 2020
212020
Half a career: Discrimination & railroad internal labor markets
WA Sundstrom
Industrial Relations: A Journal of Economy and Society 29 (3), 423-440, 1990
201990
Hours and working conditions
WA Sundstrom
Historical Statistics of the United States: Millennial Edition 2, 301-335, 2006
172006
Bargains, bequests, and births: an essay on intergenerational conflict, reciprocity, and the demand for children in agrarian societies
P David, W Sundstrom
Stanford Project on the History of Fertility Control, Stanford University …, 1984
171984
Down or Out: Unemployment and Occupational Shifts of Urban Black Men During the Great Depression.”
WA Sundstrom
Research in Economic History 16, 127-55, 1996
161996
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