As an additional resource to researchers, AFLIT provides data sheets with full Social Tables for published country studies. The data is free to use under the condition that the principal author(s) are correctly cited. As more case studies become available, new data will be added to this page.
Full Social Tables for Botswana’s economy 1921-1974 are available here.
To use the data, please use the following citation: Bolt, J., & Hillbom, E. (2016). Long-term trends in economic inequality: Lessons from colonial Botswana, 1921–74. The Economic History Review, 69(4), 1255–1284. https://doi.org/10.1111/ehr.12326.
Full Social Tables for Ghana’s economy 1891-1960 are available here.
To use the data, please use the following citation: Aboagye, P. Y., & Bolt, J. (2021). Long-term trends in income inequality: Winners and losers of economic change in Ghana, 1891–1960. Explorations in Economic History, 101405. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.eeh.2021.101405.
Full Social Tables for Uganda’s economy 1925-1965 are available here.
To use the data, please use the following citation: de Haas, M. (2021). Reconstructing income inequality in a colonial cash crop economy: Five social tables for Uganda, 1925–1965. European Review of Economic History, heab010. https://doi.org/10.1093/ereh/heab010.