Simone Wegge
Simone Wegge
Professor of Economics, City University of New York
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Chain migration and information networks: Evidence from nineteenth-century Hesse-Cassel
SA Wegge
The Journal of Economic History 58 (4), 957-986, 1998
Occupational self-selection of European emigrants: Evidence from nineteenth-century Hesse-Cassel
SA Wegge
European Review of Economic History 6 (3), 365-394, 2002
To part or not to part: emigration and inheritance institutions in nineteenth-century Hesse–Cassel
SA Wegge
Explorations in economic history 36 (1), 30-55, 1999
Migration decisions in mid-nineteenth-century Germany
S Wegge
The Journal of Economic History 58 (2), 532-535, 1998
Network strategies of nineteenth century Hesse-Cassel emigrants
SA Wegge
The History of the Family 13 (3), 296-314, 2008
Networks and Opportunities: A Digital History of Ireland’s Great Famine Refugees in New York
T Anbinder, C Ó Gráda, S Wegge
American Historical Review 124 (5), 1591-1629, 2019
Inheritance Institutions and Landholding Inequality in Nineteenth-Century Germany: Village-Level Evidence from Hesse-Cassel
S Wegge
Journal of Economic History, 2021
Immigrants and savers: A rich new database on the Irish in 1850s New York
SA Wegge, T Anbinder, C Ó Gráda
Historical Methods: A Journal of Quantitative and Interdisciplinary History …, 2017
9 A historical perspective on female migrants
SA Wegge
Women, Gender and Labour Migration, 163-189, 2002
‘If it is not too expensive, then you can send me sugar’: Money matters among migrants and their families
S Cancian, SA Wegge
Migrant Letters, 70-87, 2019
Different profiles, different choices: Mid-nineteenth century Hessians who emigrated to the Southern Hemisphere
SA Wegge
Social Science History 41 (3), 415-444, 2017
Overseas passenger fares and emigration from Germany in the mid-nineteenth century
RL Cohn, SA Wegge
Social Science History 41 (3), 393-413, 2017
“The Best Country in the World”: The Surprising Social Mobility of New York’s Irish-Famine Immigrants
T Anbinder, C Ó Gráda, SA Wegge
Journal of Interdisciplinary History 53 (3), 407-438, 2022
The Problem of False Positives in Automated Census Linking: Evidence from Nineteenth-Century New York's Irish Immigrants
SW Tyler Anbinder, Dylan Connor, Cormac Ó Gráda
University College Dublin. School of Economics, 2021
The Hesse-Cassel emigrants: A new sample of transatlantic emigrants linked to their origins
SA Wegge
Research in Economic History, 357-405, 2003
Eighteenth-century German emigrants from Hanau-Hesse: who went east and who went west
SA Wegge
Continuity and Change 33 (2), 225-253, 2018
Exploring the digitizing immigrant letters project as a teaching tool
S Cancian, SA Wegge
Journal of American Ethnic History 33 (4), 34-40, 2014
Book Review: The Economics of Migration, Vols. I-IV
S Wegge
International Migration Review 38 (3), 1265-1268, 2004
The problem of false positives in automated census linking: Nineteenth-century New York’s Irish immigrants as a case study
C Ó Gráda, T Anbinder, D Connor, SA Wegge
Historical Methods, 2024
Slouching towards Utopia. An Economic History of the Twentieth Century
SA Wegge
Social Science History, 1-6, 2024
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