- Title Pages
- Relation of the Directors to the Work and Publications of the NBER
Chapter OneRobert Gallman’s Capital Stock Project
Chapter TwoGallman’s Core Capital Stock Data
Chapter ThreeThe United States Capital Stock, 1840–1900
Chapter FourCapital and American Economic Growth, 1774–1980
Chapter FiveGallman’s Annual Product Series, 1834–1909
Chapter SixInvestment Flows and Capital Stocks
Chapter EightMining and Manufacturing
Chapter NineNonfarm Real Estate and Tradee *
Chapter ElevenCommunication and Electric Utilities
Chapter ThirteenConsumer Durables
Chapter FourteenWealth in the Colonial and Early National Periods
Chapter FifteenWrapping Up
- (p.234) Chapter Ten Transportation
- Capital in the Nineteenth Century
Robert E. Gallman
Paul W. Rhode
- University of Chicago Press
This chapter details Gallman’s estimation of the current value and constant (1860) value capital stock on a decadal basis from 1840 to 1900 for the Transportation sector. It covers, in turn, Shipping, Canals and River Improvements, Steam Railroads, Street Railroads, Pullman and Express Cars, and Pipelines.
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