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This article is part of Hilde L. Jåstad's doctoral thesis. Available in Munin at <a href=http://hdl.handle.net/10037/3372>http://hdl.handle.net/10037/3372</a>

SUBJECT: vdp::humanities: 000::history: 070::modern history (after 1800): 083; vdp::social science: 200::demography: 300; vdp::humanities: 000::history: 070::cultural history: 075; vdp::humaniora: 000::historie: 070::kulturhistorie: 075; vdp::humanities: 000::history: 070::social history: 072

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Det statseide fiskeindustriselskapet A/S Finnmark og Nord-Troms fiskeindustri (Finotro) ble etablert på begynnelsen av 1950-tallet. Avhandlingen handler om planleggingen, driften og avviklingen av Finotro. Hovedvekten er lagt på driftsfasen fra 1951 til 1986, men framstillingen går helt tilbake til 1930-årene og til de første forsøkene på å få til en omstilling i norsk fiskerinæring, fra tørr- ...

SUBJECT: vdp::social science: 200; vdp::landbruks- og fiskerifag: 900::fiskerifag: 920::andre fiskerifag: 929; vdp::samfunnsvitenskap: 200; vdp::agriculture and fishery disciplines: 900::fisheries science: 920::other fisheries disciplines: 929; vdp::humanities: 000::history: 070::contemporary history (after 1945): 084

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This work presents a study of shipbuilding and timber management in the Royal Dockyards in the period 1750 – 1850, focusing on an archaeological investigation of ship timber marks. The first chapter outlines the concept of timber marking in shipbuilding contexts, stressing the multi-disciplinary approach to the study highlighted in the available archaeological and documentary evidence by which ...

SUBJECT: shipbuilding--great britain--19th century--history; navy-yards and naval stations--great britain--19th century--history; timber; great britain. royal navy--history--18th century; shipbuilding--great britain--18th century--history

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The Research Council of Norway andFulbright Foundation

SUBJECT: doktor-001; vdp::humanities: 000::history: 070::modern history (after 1800): 083; vdp::social science: 200::demography: 300; vdp::humanities: 000::history: 070::cultural history: 075; vdp::social science: 200::women's and gender studies: 370

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In the decades around 1900, Wilhelmine Germany embarked on a quest for world power status. This endeavor included the acquisition of overseas colonies and a naval arms race with Great Britain, but it also encompassed a broader effort to achieve global presence and economic might through a rapidly expanding merchant fleet. Accordingly, many Germans began to view the maritime community as an ext ...

SUBJECT: transnational history; modern german history; wihlemine germany; weltpolitik; gender history

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Master files scanned at 600 ppi (24-bit Color and 256 greyscale) using Capture Perfect 3.0 on a Canon DR-9080C in TIF format. PDF derivative scanned at 300 ppi (24-bit Color and 256 greyscale and 256 B&W), using Capture Perfect 3.0, on a Canon DR-9080C. CVista PdfCompressor 3.1 was used for pdf compression and textual OCR.

SUBJECT: international -- north pacific ocean -- history; pacific -- history; salmon fisheries -- northwest; salmon fisheries -- canada -- history; fishery management

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This work presents a study of shipbuilding and timber management in the Royal Dockyards in the period 1750 – 1850, focusing on an archaeological investigation of ship timber marks. The first chapter outlines the concept of timber marking in shipbuilding contexts, stressing the multi-disciplinary approach to the study highlighted in the available archaeological and documentary evidence by which ...

SUBJECT: shipbuilding--great britain--19th century--history; navy-yards and naval stations--great britain--19th century--history; timber; great britain. royal navy--history--18th century; shipbuilding--great britain--18th century--history

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How and Why Does History Matter for Development Policy?

Woolcock, Michael et al. [2010-09-01]

The consensus among scholars and policymakers that "institutions matter" for development has led inexorably to a conclusion that "history matters," since institutions clearly form and evolve over time. Unfortunately, however, the next logical step has not yet been taken, which is to recognize that historians (and not only economic historians) might also have useful and distinctive insig ...

SUBJECT: world history; development strategy; modernization; land ownership; local communities

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This paper concerns the institutional origins of economic development, emphasizing the cases of nineteenth-century India and Africa. Colonial institutions-the law, western style property rights, newspapers and statistical analysis-played an important part in the emergence of Indian public and commercial life in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. These institutions existed in the co ...

SUBJECT: world history; checks; colonial period; political parties; industrial development

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Journal Article

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SUBJECT: europe; colonies; imperialism; sugar workers; sugar trade

POSTED TO: Horizons in post-colonial studies