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Religion and the rise of capitalism
Abstract Ever since the publication in 1905 of Max Weber's study Die Protestantische Ethik und der Geist des Kapitalismus, there has been lively controversy concerning the connection betweenExpand
A survey of the public records system in Sweden
Abstract The public records system in Sweden consists of the National Archives (Riksarkivet) in Stockholm, the provincial archives (landsarkiv) at Lund, Uppsala, Vadstena, Gothenburg and Harnosand,Expand
The Swedish iron industry, 1932–1939
Abstract In an article published in a previous issue of this journal (VI: 1), I dealt with some of the main aspects of the Swedish iron industry during and immediately after the First World War. InExpand
The placing of the first Swedish railway loan
Abstract Railway construction started late in Sweden. Not until 1853-54 did the Diet (Riksdagen, at that time still consisting of the four Estates) take even a preliminary decision on the extent andExpand
The Swedish iron industry during the First World War and the Post-War depression
Abstract In a paper read at the annual meeting of Jernkontoret (The Swedish Ironmasters' Association) in 1912 Professor E. F. Heckscher gave an estimate of the proportion of the total annual outpoutExpand
The rural working classes in pre-industrial Sweden
Abstract Dr. Utterstrom's dissertation completes the large project initiated in the 1930s under the auspices, and mainly at the expense, of Landsorganisationen (the Swedish TUC): the production of aExpand
The silent listener - education and gender conventions in Mary Shelleys “Frankenstein”
Education is something women of the western world take for granted today. However, this has not always been the case. Society did not allow women to have a proper education until the twentiethExpand