Digital copies of published articles

“Transatlantic Shipping Cartels and Migration between Europe and America, 1880-1914.”
in Essays in Economic and Business History 17 (1999), pp. 195-213.
Keeling-Cartels-99.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 1.8 MB
"Transportation Revolution and Transatlantic Migration, 1850-1914" (1999: final pre-publication draft)
This is very similar, though not precisely identical, to the final published article in Research in Economic History [REH] 19 (1999). Scholars wishing to quote specific passages are advised to double-check the final published version or consult the author [click "Contact" in black banner above] before doing so. SINCE the publication in REH, there have also been some minor updates and corrections to some of the numbers in the appendices. See for example, p. 278 of "Transport Capacity," and Appendix 1 and p. 21 of "Abstracts" [article details on this page below] re minor rounding errors in Tables A.6 to A.8 of THIS article.
Keeling-TrRev-99-(FinalDraft).pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 1.6 MB
“Repeat Migration between Europe and the United States, 1870-1914.”
in The Birth of Modern Europe: Culture and Economy, 1400-1800. Essays in Honor of Jan de Vries, edited by Laura Cruz and Joel Mokyr, pp. 157-86. Leiden: Brill, 2010.
Keeling-RepeatMigration.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 698.5 KB

 

“Transport Capacity Management and Transatlantic Migration, 1900-1914.” Research in Economic History 25 (2008), pp. 225-283. [“Capacity”]  digital version available here  (via library or subscriber access)

 

The Business of Migration since 1815.” In Immigrant Entrepreneurship: German-American Business Biographies, vol. 1, edited by Marianne S. Wokeck. German Historical Institute, 2016.   

 

 

The following articles are not yet available digitally, but it may be possible to arrange links at some later date. You may inquire here meanwhile. Summaries of the contents are here.

 

“Costs, Risks, and Migration Networks between Europe and the United States, 1900-1914.” In Maritime Transport and Migration: The Connections between Maritime and Migration Networks, edited by Torsten Feys, Lewis R. Fischer, Stéphane Hoste and Stephan Vanfraechem, pp. 113-173. Research in Maritime History 33. St. John’s: Int'l Maritime Economic History Association, 2007. [“Networks”]

 

“The Voyage Abstracts of the Cunard Line as a Source of Transatlantic Passenger Fares, 1883-1914.” Business Archives Sources and History 96 (2008), pp. 15-36. [“Abstracts ”]

 

 

Information on digital copies of the following articles is here      (also see here)

“Amerikanische Arbeitsmärkte und die Einwanderung...”

“North Atlantic Shipping Cartels and the effects of the 1904 Fare War...”

“Return Migration from the United States to Europe...1907-1908.”

“Patterns and Processes of Migration.”

“Improvement of Travel Conditions for Migrants crossing the North Atlantic...”

 

 

                                     This page last updated 21-November-2016