Global Labour History
Global Labour History is not a theory but a field of attention. It concerns the history of all those people who through their work have built our modern world - not only wage labourers, but also chattel slaves, sharecroppers, housewives, the self-employed, and many other groups. + more.
- 'A Kingdom at Work. Johannes van den Bosch (1780-1844), reformer in a global context'
- Between local debts and global markets. Explaining slavery in South and Southeast Asia 1600-1800
- General Labour History of Africa
- Global Collaboratory of Labour Relations
- History of Work Information System (HISCO)
- Labour Conflicts: a list of data files of strikes, lockouts and other labour conflicts
- Labour Camps
- Labour in the Iranian Oil Industry
- Luxury and Labour: a global trajectory of diamond consumption and production, 16th -19th century
- Potosí: producing silver for the world in the colonial period (16th - 18th Centuries)
- Shipbuilding and Ship Repair Workers: a Global Labour History (1950-2010)
- Slavery Project
Global Migration History
Global Migration History is both a prominent part of Global Labour History as well as crucial element of Global Economic History. + more
- Brickmaking in India, Europe and Russia
- Global Migration History Programme
- “Revisiting the Periphery: The historical roots of today’s mass migration from Indonesia, the Philippines and Malaysia”.
Global Economic History
- CLIO-Infra project
- Globalization and the Colonial Origins of the Great Divergence
- Historical Prices and Wages
- Russian Historical Statistics
- The Historical Dynamics of Industrialization in North-Western Europe and China, 1800-2010.
Structured Social Economic Data Projects
See also: Past Research Projects