- Title Pages
- Yrjö Kaukiainen: A Tribute on the Occasion of his Forthcoming Retirement as Professor of Maritime History at the University of Helsinki
- Yrjö Kaukiainen: A Man of the Sea
- Yrjö Kaukiainen and the Development of Maritime Economic History
- Finnish Sailors, 1750-1870
- Finnish and International Maritime Labour in the Age of Sail: Was There a Market?
- Five Years Before the Mast: Observations on the Conditions of Maritime Labour in Finland and Elsewhere
- The Maritime Labour Market: Skill and Experience as Factors of Demand and Supply
Owners and Masters: Management and Managerial Skills in the Finnish Ocean-Going Merchant Fleet, c. 1840-1880
- From Low-Cost to High-Cost Shipping: Finnish Maritime Labour Costs after the Second World War
- The Modernization of Finnish Coastal Shipping and Railway Competition c. 1830-1913
- British Timber Imports and Finnish Shipping 1860-1910
- Baltic Timber-Trade under Sail: An Example of the Persistence of Old Techniques
Coal and Canvas: Aspects of the Competition between Steam and Sail, c. 1870-1914
- Dutch Shipping and the Swedish Navigation Act (1724): A Case Study
- Seamen Ashore: Port Visits of Late Nineteenth-Century Finnish Sailors
- Wreck-Plundering by East Finnish Coastal People - Criminal Tradition or Popular Culture?
From Days and Knots to Pounds and Dollars: Some Problems in the Study of the Economics of Late Nineteenth Century Merchant Shipping
- Tons and Tonnages: Ship Measurement and Shipping Statistics, c. 1870-1980
- International Freight Markets in the 1830s and 1840s: The Experience of a Major Finnish Shipowner
- Shrinking the World: Improvements in the Speed of Information Transmission, c. 1820-1870
- Yrjö Kaukiainen: A Maritime Bibliography
- Sail and Steam
- Lewis R. FISCHER
- Liverpool University Press
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