Economics 110A - World Economic History Before the Industrial Revolution

UC Davis - Economics 110A: World Economic History Before the Industrial Revolution. This consists of 26 video lectures given by Professor Gregory Clark, which look at economics before the industrial revolution, focusing on Malthusian trap. This course details the nature and development of economies from pre-history to the Industrial Revolution. It explains how this was dramatically different from modern economies. Finally it considers what caused the Industrial Revolution, why it was in Europe, and why it was delayed till 1800.

Lecture 01 - Introduction
Lecture 02 - The Logic of the Malthusian Model I
Lecture 03 - The Logic of the Malthusian Model II
Lecture 04 - The Logic of the Malthusian Model III
Lecture 05 - The Logic of the Malthusian Model IV
Lecture 06 - Stagnating Living Standards before 1800
Lecture 07 - More on Living Standards
Lecture 08 - Fertility in the Pre-industrial World
Lecture 09 - Limits on Pre-Industrial Fertility
Lecture 10 - Survival of the Richest
Lecture 11 - Survival of the Richest II
Lecture 12 - Pre-Industrial Mortality
Lecture 13 - The Malthusian Trap - Slow Technological Advance
Lecture 14 - Institutions and Technological Change before 1800
Lecture 15 - The Myth of Institutional Barriers
Lecture 16 - Social Mobility
Lecture 17 - The Emergence of Modern Man I
Lecture 18 - The Emergence of Modern Man II
Lecture 19 - Cultural Changes and Modern Growth
Lecture 20 - Modern Economic Growth I
Lecture 21 - Modern Economic Growth II
Lecture 22 - Why was the Industrial Revolution delayed 100,000 years?
Lecture 23 - Theories of the Industrial Revolution
Lecture 24 - The English Industrial Revolution I
Lecture 25 - The English Industrial Revolution II
Lecture 26 - The English Industrial Revolution and Theories of Growth