Michael Huberman
Michael Huberman
Professor of History, Université de Montréal
Verified email at umontreal.ca
TitleCited byYear
A British food puzzle, 1770–18501
G Clark, M Huberman, PH Lindert
The Economic History Review 48 (2), 215-237, 1995
The times they are not changin’: Days and hours of work in Old and New Worlds, 1870–2000
M Huberman, C Minns
Explorations in Economic History 44 (4), 538-567, 2007
Occupational gender segregation and women's wages in Canada: An historical perspective
NM Fortin, M Huberman
Canadian Public Policy/Analyse de Politiques, S11-S39, 2002
Working hours of the world unite? New international evidence of worktime, 1870–1913
M Huberman
The Journal of Economic History 64 (4), 964-1001, 2004
European economic integration and the labour compact, 1850–1913
M Huberman, W Lewchuk
European Review of Economic History 7 (1), 3-41, 2003
Escape from the market: negotiating work in Lancashire
M Huberman
Cambridge University Press, 1996
A “zero tolerance for overtime” increases surgical per case costs
MJ Tessler, SJ Kleiman, MM Huberman
Canadian Journal of Anesthesia/Journal canadien d'anesthésie 44 (10), 1036-1041, 1997
Odd couple: international trade and labor standards in history
M Huberman
Yale University Press, 2012
The economic origins of paternalism: Lancashire cotton spinning in the first half of the nineteenth century
M Huberman
Social History 12 (2), 177-192, 1987
Invisible handshakes in Lancashire: cotton spinning in the first half of the nineteenth century
M Huberman
The Journal of Economic History 46 (4), 987-998, 1986
Technology and geography in the second industrial revolution: new evidence from the margins of trade
M Huberman, CM Meissner, K Oosterlinck
The Journal of economic history 77 (1), 39-89, 2017
How did labor markets work in lancashire? more evidence on prices and quantities in cotton spinning, 1822–1852
M Huberman
Explorations in Economic History 28 (1), 87-120, 1991
The age of equality: The twentieth century in economic perspective
R Pomfret
Economics Books, 2011
Riding the wave of trade: the rise of labor regulation in the golden age of globalization
M Huberman, CM Meissner
The Journal of Economic History 70 (3), 657-685, 2010
Ticket to trade: Belgian labour and globalization before 19141
M Huberman
The Economic History Review 61 (2), 326-359, 2008
Hope against hope: strike activity in Canada, 1920–1939
M Huberman, D Young
Explorations in Economic History 39 (3), 315-354, 2002
Le partage de l'emploi: solution au chômage ou frein à l'emploi?
M Huberman, R Lacroix
Presses Université Laval, 1996
An economic and business history of worksharing: The Bell Canada and Volkswagen experiences
M Huberman
Business and Economic History, 404-415, 1997
Piece rates reconsidered: the case of cotton
M Huberman
The Journal of Interdisciplinary History 26 (3), 393-417, 1996
Cross-border unions: internationals in Canada, 1901–1914
M Huberman, D Young
Explorations in Economic History 36 (3), 204-231, 1999
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