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Social-Economic Transformations in Island Southeast Asia (International Institute of Social History)
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Apr 3, 2017
Bosma, Ulbe, 2017, "Data on Demography, Migration, Slavery and Employment for the Netherlands Indies, the Philippines and British Malaya 1800-1950",, IISH, V1, UNF:6:jVCsrqHyhxci3XGhQ8Hi9Q== [fileUNF]
Data derived from administrative surveys and colonial census reports
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A reconstruction of the percentage of the population of the Outer Islands of the Netherlands Indies living in enslaved conditions around 1830 as well as a list of enslaving incidents derived from mid-nineteenth century Netherlands Indies newspapers derived from Delpher.
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Data on employment and unemployment, occupational distribution, employment in textile, additional employment, most important export crops in hectares, profession and literacy and school attendance per province in the Philippines
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GDP per capita Netherlands Indies (Java & Outer Islands) 1880-1939, based upon Maddison, Van der Eng and Van Zanden.
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Methodological Paper: Island Southeast Asia and the Global Collaboratory Labour Relations (Java, Outer Islands of the Netherlands Indies, the Philippines and British Malaya) 1800, 1900 and a 1650 guestimate for Java
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Population figures of Java from 1830 and 1930 as well as reconstructed net migration figures, based upon publications by P. Bleeker, colonial reports (Koloniale Verslagen) as well as the 1930 Census.
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Occupational Data for the Outer Islands oft the Netherlands Indies for the year 1873 based upon the Colonial Report of 1875 ("Inlanders" and "Vreemde Oosterlingen")
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Occupational data voor the Netherlands Indies derived from the Colonial Reports (Koloniale Verslagen).
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Occupational distribution for the Netherlands Indies (1930), British Malaya (1931) and the Philippines (1903 and 1939) based upon the Census Reports for these years.
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Data on births, deaths, marriages derived from the Guia Official de las Islas Filipinas as well as reconstructed net migration figures for the late 19th C. based upon the 1903 Census of the Philippines.
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