68 Auskunft per Mail von Robert Boyd.

69 Michelle A. Kline, Robert Boyd: Population size predicts technological complexity in Oceania.

70 Dietrich Vollrath: Technology and Scale.

71 Carles I. Jones, Paul M. Romer: The New Kaldor Facts. Ideas, Institutions, Population, and Human Capital.

72 Michael Kremer: Population Growth and Technological Change. One Million B.C. to 1990.

73 Nathan Nunn: The Importance of History for Economic Development.

74 Jeffrey Herbst: States and Power in Africa.

75 Enrico Spolaore, Romain Wacziarg: How Deep Are The Roots of Economic Development?

76  Jared Diamond: Arm und Reich.

77 Quamrul Ashraf, Oded Galor: Dynamics and Stagnation in the Malthusian Epoch.

Enrico Spolaore, Romain Wacziarg: How Deep Are The Roots of Economic Development?

Ola Olsson, Douglas A. Hibbs Jr.: Biogeography and long-run economic development.

Jamie Bologna Pavlik, Andre T. Young: Did Technology Transfer More Rapidly East-West than North-South?

78 Oana Borcan, Ola Olsson, Louis Putterman: Transition to Agriculture and First State Presence: A Global Analysis.

79 siehe 78

80 Austausch mit Louis Putterman per Mail.

81 Valerie Bockstette, Areendam Chanda, Louis Putterman: States and Markets. The Advantage of an Early Start.

82 Oana Borcan, Ola Olsson, Louis Putterman: State History and Economic Development. Evidence from Six Millennia.

83 Daron Acemoğlu, James Robinson: Why Is Africa Poor?

84 Stelios Michalopoulos, Elias Papaioannou: Historical Legacies and African Development.

85 siehe 84

86 Daron Acemoğlu, James A. Robinson: Why Nations Fail. The Origins of Power, Prosperity, and Poverty.

87 These von Eric Jones, zitiert nach Kevin O’Rourke, Ronald Findlay: Power and Plenty.

88 Marcella Alsan: The Effect of the Tsetse Fly on African Development.

89 John Luke Gallup, Jeffrey D. Sachs: The Economic Burden of Malaria. + Our World in Data.

90  Jared Diamond: Arm und Reich.

91 siehe 83

92 Diego Comin, William Easterly, Erick Gong: Was The Wealth of Nations Determined in 1000 B.C.?

93 Dietrich Vollrath: Geography is Kinda-Sorta Destiny. 

94 Nathan Nunn: The long-term effects of Africa’s slave trades.

95 = 94

96 = 94

97 Nathan Nunn, Leonard Wantchekon: The Slave Trade and the Origins of Mistrust in Africa.

98 Jürgen Osterhammel: Kolonialismus.

99 = 86

100 Kenneth L. Sokoloff, Stanley L. Engerman: Institutions, Factor Endowments, and Paths of Development in the New World.

101 Nick Robins: The Corporation that Changed the World. How The East India Company Shaped the Modern Multinational.

102 Jeffrey Herbst: States and Power in Africa.

103 Stelios Michalopoulos, Elias Papaioannou: Historical Legacies and African Development.

104 = 103

105  Paul Collier: The Bottom Billion. Why the Poorest Countries are Failing and What Can Be Done About It.

106 Ricard Dowden: Africa. Altered States, Ordinary Miracles.

107 Alberto Alesina, Arnaud Devleeschauwer, William Easterly, Sergio Kurlat, Romain Wacziarg: Fractionalization

108 Jeffrey Herbst: States and Power in Africa.

109 Daron Acemoğlu, James Robinson: Why Is Africa Poor?

110 Chris Blattman: Political development & policy, Lecture 4.

111 Telefoninterview mit Augustin Fosu am 1. August 2019.

112  Divyanshu Wadhwa: The number of extremely poor people continues to rise in Sub-Saharan Africa. 

113 Fritz Breuss: 100 Jahre österreichische Wirtschaft.

114 Xinshen Diao, Kenneth Harttgen, Margaret McMillan: The Changing Structure of Africa’s Economies.

115 Emilie Filou: Madagascar has become a business outsourcing hotspot, thanks to its super-fast internet. 

116  Robert H. Bates, John H. Coatsworth, Jeffrey G. Williamson: Lost Decades. Postindependence Performance in Latin America and Africa.