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  • Kerry Odell, Marc D. Weidenmier, +13 authors Tom Willett
  • 2002
Economists have long studied the relationship between the real and monetary sectors. We trace out the effects of an exogenous real shock, the 1906 San Francisco earthquake. The quake's impact manifested itself in international gold flows, as British insurance companies paid their San Francisco claims out of home funds in the fall of 1906. The capital(More)
kindly organized an earlier book conference at Lund University in November 2013. We thank the discussants— Thomas Brambor, Christer Gunnarsson, and Carl Hampus-Lytkens—and the participants. We benefitted greatly from lengthy discussions and correspondence at critical times of our journey with We thank William Summerhill for a discussion about the substance(More)
In 1899 the British Medical Journal enthusiastically announced that a new postgraduate teaching college was to open in London. The aim of the Medical Graduates' College and Polyclinic (MGC) was to provide continuing education to general practitioners. It drew upon emerging specialisms and in so doing built upon the generalist training received at an(More)
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