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  1. Time on the Cross.Robert William Fogel & Stanley L. Engerman - 1975 - Science and Society 39 (4):474-478.
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    Time on the Cross. The Economics of American Negro Slavery.Frank B. Tipton, Clarence E. Walker, Robert William Fogel & Stanley L. Engerman - 1975 - History and Theory 14 (1):91.
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    III. Counterfactuals and the New Economic History.Stanley L. Engerman - 1980 - Inquiry: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Philosophy 23 (2):157 – 172.
    In discussing Elster's views on the use of counterfactuals and on the nature of contradictions in society, it is contended that, in general, these will not seem especially controversial to those trained in neoclassical economics. Similarly, there is little disagreement in principle between the views of many 'new economic historians' and Elster on the use of counterfactuals in the study of historical problems. In evaluating Elster's critique of several applications of counterfactuals in the 'new economic history', it is argued that (...)
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    Monitoring the Abolition of the International Slave Trade: Slave Registration in the British Caribbean.Stanley L. Engerman - 2012 - In Registration and Recognition: Documenting the Person in World History. pp. 323.
    This chapter deals with the background and implementation of the registration of slaves on the island of Trinidad after 1813. Registration was introduced by James Stephen in the British Colonial Office as a means of limiting the inflow of slaves in the illegal slave trade. Slave registration was extended to the other British colonies and then extended every three years until the end of slavery in 1834. Other registrations of slaves are noted, including the manifests of the coastal shipping of (...)
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  5. Slavery.Stanley L. Engerman, Seymour Drescher & Robert L. Paquette - 2001