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Understanding the economics of limited access orders: incentives, organizations and the chronology of developments
B Van Bavel, E Ansink, B Van Besouw
Journal of Institutional Economics 13 (1), 109-131, 2017
202017
The economics of violence in natural states
B van Besouw, E Ansink, B van Bavel
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 132, 139-156, 2016
16*2016
Not learning from history. Learning from Covid-19
DR Curtis, B van Besouw
Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication, 2020
82020
Estimating warfare-related civilian mortality in the early modern period: Evidence from the Low Countries, 1620–99
B van Besouw, DR Curtis
Explorations in Economic History 84, 101425, 2022
4*2022
A Modern Rendition of a Pre-modern Scenario: Imperfect Institutions and Obscured Vulnerabilities
B Hilkens, B van Besouw, DR Curtis
Journal for the History of Environment and Society 5, 211-221, 2020
22020
On the Economic Consequences of Warfare in Early Modern Northwest Europe: Four Conceptual and Empirical Contributions
B van Besouw
University Utrecht, 2019
22019
Replication files for'Estimating warfare-related civilian mortality in the early modern period: Evidence from the Low Countries, 1620–99’
B van Besouw, D Curtis
OpenICPSR, 2021
12021
Roeland Goorts. War, State and Society in Liège: How a Small State of the Holy Roman Empire Survived the Nine Years’ War (1688-1897)
B van Besouw
BMGN-Low Countries Historical Review 135, 2020
2020
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