Jane Humphries
Jane Humphries
Professor of Economic History
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Computer-mediated communication and the on-line classroom in distance education: From marks in the sand to computer conferencing via fiber optics
Z Berge
sunsite. unc. edu/horizon/mono/CD/Technological Tools/Berge. html, 1995
Class struggle and the persistence of the working-class family
J Humphries
Cambridge Journal of Economics 1 (3), 241-258, 1977
Childhood and child labour in the British industrial revolution
J Humphries
Cambridge University Press, 2010
Women's labour force participation and the transition to the male-breadwinner family, 1790-1865
S Horrell, J Humphries
Economic History Review, 89-117, 1995
Enclosures, common rights, and women: The proletarianization of families in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries
J Humphries
Journal of Economic History, 17-42, 1990
Persistent inequalities: wage disparity under capitalist competition
H Botwinick
Persistent Inequalities, 2018
The reconstitution of the supply side of the labour market: the relative autonomy of social reproduction
J Humphries, J Rubery
Cambridge Journal of economics 8 (4), 331-346, 1984
The rise and decline of the male breadwinner family? An overview of the debate
A Janssens
International Review of Social History 42 (S5), 1-23, 1997
" The Exploitation of Little Children": Child Labor and the Family Economy in the Industrial Revolution
S Horrell, J Humphries
Explorations in Economic History 32 (4), 485-516, 1995
The Cambridge Economic History of Modern Britain: Volume 1, Industrialisation, 1700–1870
R Floud, J Humphries, P Johnson
Cambridge University Press, 2014
Off the record: Reconstructing women's labor force participation in the European past
J Humphries, C Sarasúa
Feminist Economics 18 (4), 39-67, 2012
Old questions, new data, and alternative perspectives: families' living standards in the industrial revolution
S Horrell, J Humphries
The Journal of Economic History 52 (4), 849-880, 1992
Protective legislation, the capitalist state, and working class men: the case of the 1842 Mines Regulation Act
J Humphries
Feminist Review 7 (1), 1-33, 1981
Catch up: Developing countries in the world economy
D Nayyar
OUP Oxford, 2013
The origins and expansion of the male breadwinner family: The case of nineteenth-century Britain
S Horrell, J Humphries
International Review of Social History 42 (S5), 25-64, 1997
The business of women: Female enterprise and urban development in Northern England 1760-1830
H Barker
Oxford University Press, 2006
Two WD-repeat genes from cotton are functional homologues of the Arabidopsis thalianaTRANSPARENT TESTA GLABRA1 (TTG1) gene
JA Humphries, AR Walker, JN Timmis, SJ Orford
Plant molecular biology 57 (1), 67-81, 2005
The working class family, women's liberation, and class struggle: The case of nineteenth century British history
J Humphries
Review of Radical Political Economics 9 (3), 25-41, 1977
The economics of equal opportunities
J Humphries, J Rubery
Equal Opportunities Commission, 1995
A receptor-like protein that promotes polarization of an asymmetric cell division in maize
HN Cartwright, JA Humphries, LG Smith
Science 323 (5914), 649-651, 2009
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