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Now Available Online: The York Fort Journals of Hudson's Bay Company Governor James Knight

Life and Death by the Frozen Sea: The York Fort Journals of Hudson’s Bay Company Governor James Knight, 1714–1717

Edited by Arthur J. Ray, Ph.D., FRSC

Scholars interested in the early foundations of the Hudson's Bay Company now have access to the journals of Governor James Knight, which present his account of the establishment of the company's York Fort post on the Hudson's Bay western shore.

CFP: Young Scholars Workshop--"Financial History--Reflection on the Past to Tackle Today's Key Finance Questions"

CALL FOR PAPERS

"Financial History - Reflection on the Past to Tackle Today's key Finance Questions" Workshop for young scholars with Prof. Barry Eichengreen (University of California, Berkeley) on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the Institute for Banking and Financial History (IBF) jointly organized with the Research Center SAFE, Goethe University Frankfurt

May 16, 2019 at Goethe University Frankfurt

2018 Canadian Business History Association Annual Conference

The 2018 Canadian Business History Association/L'Association Canadienne pour l'Histoire des Affaires (CBHA/ACHA) Annual Conference

Theme: "Trade-Offs: A History of Canada's Negotiation Trade Agreements with the United States"

Dates: November 7-8, 2018

Location: Massey College and Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto, ON

Information Request: Wages and Productivity Research

Hello all,

I'm looking for references that will point me to sources on how low wages might create a disincentive to implement technology-driven productivity.

There seems to be a lot of writing done on how technology can lead to productivity and wage increases, but I can't find anyone exploring the idea that stagnant wages may actually retard technological improvements, which supposedly leads to productivity and higher wages.

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