Development, Mobility and Slavery: Real Income and Spatial Equilibrium in the Postbellum SouthAmerican Economist (1986)
AbstractThe paper lacks an abstract but provides additional insights into why blacks remained in the South for so long following the Emancipation Proclamation leading to the abolition of slavery in the United States.
- amenity compensation,
- factor price equalization,
- spatial equilibrium
Publication DateSpring 1986
Citation InformationPHILIP E GRAVES and ROBERT L SEXTON. "Development, Mobility and Slavery: Real Income and Spatial Equilibrium in the Postbellum South" American Economist Vol. XXX Iss. 1 (1986)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/rsexton/17/