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Loyola University Chicago

Institute of Environmental Sustainability

Faculty & Staff

Louis Cain

Title/s: Professor, Quinlan School of Business

Office #: Maguire 538

Phone: 312.915.6075

E-mail: lcain@luc.edu

Publications

Refereed Articles 

Cain, L. P. "Branding New York: How a city in crisis was sold to the world." Enterprise & Society: the International Journal of Business and Economic History (2011).

Cain, Louis. & Lewis, R. "Chicago Made: Factory Networks in the Industrial Metropolis." Journal of Economic History (2009).  

Cain, Louis. , "Survival in 19th Century Cities: The Larger the City, the Smaller Your Chances." Explorations in Economic History(2009).  

Cain, Louis. & Dennis, Meritt, Jr. "The Demand for Zoos and Aquariums." Tourism Review International (2008).  

Cain, Louis. & Haddock, D. "Measuring Parity: Tying into the 'Idealized' Standard Deviation." Journal of Sport Management(2006).  

Cain, Louis. & Haddock, D. "Similar Economic Histories: Different Industrial Structures: Transatlantic Contrasts in the Evolution of Professional Sports Leagues." Journal of Economic History(2005).  

Cain, Louis. , "Transportation." Historical Statistics of the United States, Millennial Edition (2005).  

Cain, Louis. , "Sanitation in Chicago: A Strategy for a Lakefront Metropolis." Interpretive Digital Essay: Water in Chicago, on-line edition of Encyclopedia of Chicago, Chicago Historical Society(2005).  

Book 

Cain, L. P. & Paterson, D. G. The Children of Eve: Population and Well-Being in HistoryWiley-Blackwell (2012).

Cain, L. P. & Hughes, J.  American Economic History, 8th editionAddison Wesley (2011).

Cain, Louis. P. and Jonathan Hughes, American Economic History, 8th edition. Addison Wesley (2009).  

Cain, Louis. P. and Donald Paterson, Fertility, Families and Human Migration: Human Population in History. Wiley-Blackwell (2009).  

Cain, Louis. P. , John Lyons, and Samuel Williamson, Reflections on the Cliometrics Revolution: Conversations with Economic.Routledge (2007).  

Cain, Louis. P. and Jonathan Hughes, American Economic History, 7th edition. Addison Wesley (2007).  

Book Chapters 

Cain, Louis. P. , "Entrepreneurship in Antebellum United States.", The Invention of Enterprise: Entrepreneurship from Ancient Mesopotamia to Modern Times. Ed. , 2010.  

Cain, Louis. P. & Rotella, E. "Epidemics, Demonstration Effects, and Municipal Investment in Sanitation Capital.",  Quantitative Economic History: The Good of Counting. Ed. Routledge, 2008.  

Cain, Louis. P. , Lyons, J., & Williamson, S. "Introduction.", Reflections on the Cliometric Revolution. Ed. Routledge, 2008.  

Cain, Louis. P. , "Transportation.",  Historical Statistics of the United States, Millennial Edition. Ed. , , Carter, Gartner, Haines, Olmstead, Sutch, and Wright, 2005.  

Cain, Louis. P. , Grossman, J., Durkin Keating, A., & Reiff, J. "Sanitation in Chicago: A Strategy for a Lakefront Metropolis.", Encyclopedia of Chicago, on-line edition. Ed. , 2005.  

Presentation of Refereed Papers 

Cain, Louis, and S. Hong. (2008). "Survival in 19th Century Cities: The Larger the City, the Smaller Your Chances." World Congress of Cliometrics, Dalkeith, Scotland.

Cain, Louis, and S. Hong. (2008). "Survival in 19th Century Cities: The Larger the City, the Smaller Your Chances." Canadian Network in Economic History, Montreal, Quebec.

Cain, Louis. (2006). "Entrepreneurship in Antebellum United States." The Invention of Enterprise, New York City, New York.

Cain, Louis, and D. Haddock. (2005). "Those Peculiar Sports Leagues: An Economic History of Transatlantic Contrasts."Canadian Network for Economic History, Kingston, Ontario.

Cain, Louis. (2009). "The Union Army Project: New Findings from the Records of over 41,000 Men." Social Science History Association Meetings, Long Beach, California.

Cain, Louis, and S. Hong. (2008). "Survival in 19th Century Cities: The Larger the City, the Smaller Your Chances." NBER Cohort Studies Group, Los Angeles, California.

Cain, Louis. (2008). "Changes in the Process of Aging During the Twentieth Century." University of Chicago GSB Management Conference, Chicago, Illinois.

Cain, Louis, and S. Hong. (2007). "Survival in 19th Century Cities: The Larger the City, the Smaller Your Chances." Economic History Association, Austin, Texas.

Cain, Louis, and S. Hong. (2007). "Survival in 19th Century Cities: The Larger the City, the Smaller Your Chances." Social Science History Association, Chicago, Illinois.

Cain, Louis, and E. Rotella. (2006). "Epidemics, Demonstration Effects, and Municipal Investment in Sanitation Capital."Department of Economics, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, California.

Cain, Louis, and E. Rotella. (2006). "Epidemics, Demonstration Effects, and Municipal Investment in Sanitation Capital."University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas.

Cain, Louis, and S. Williamson. (2010). "Slave Prices Then ... and Now." Northern Illinois University Economics Department Workshop, DeKalb, Illinois.

Cain, Louis. (2010). "Environmental Economics." Newberry Teachers Consortium, Chicago, Illinois.

Cain, Louis. (2009). "The Great Depression: Truth and No-So-Truth." Illinois Association of School Economics Teachers, Oakbrook, Illinois.

Cain, Louis, and S. Hong. (2008). "Survival in 19th Century Cities: The Larger the City, the Smaller Your Chances." Northwestern Economic History Workshop, Chicago, Illinois.

Cain, Louis, and S. Hong. (2008). "Survival in 19th Century Cities: The Larger the City, the Smaller Your Chances." University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse Economics Department, LaCrosse, Wisconsin.

Cain, Louis. (2008). "Reflections on 'Reflections on the Cliometric Revolution'." Center for Population Economics, University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

Cain, Louis, and S. Hong. (2007). "Survival in 19th Century Cities: The Larger the City, the Smaller Your Chances." Center for Population Economics, University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

Cain, Louis. (2007). "Entrepreneurship in Antebellum United States." Loyola School of Business Administration, Chicago, Illinois.

Cain, Louis, and S. Hong. (2007). "Survival in 19th Century Cities: The Larger the City, the Smaller Your Chances." Illinois Economics Association, Chicago, Illinois.

Cain, Louis, and E. Rotella. (2006). "Epidemics, Demonstration Effects, and Municipal Investment in Sanitation Capital."Department of Economics, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario.

Cain, Louis, and E. Rotella. (2006). "Epidemics, Demonstration Effects, and Municipal Investment in Sanitation Capital."Department of Economics, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario.

Cain, Louis, and E. Rotella. (2006). "Epidemics, Demonstration Effects, and Municipal Investment in Sanitation Capital."Economic History Workshop, Northwestern University, Chicago, Illinois.

Cain, Louis, and E. Rotella. (2006). "Epidemics, Demonstration Effects, and Municipal Investment in Sanitation Capital."Economic History Workshop, Northwestern University, Chicago, Illinois.

Cain, Louis, and E. Rotella. (2006). "Epidemics, Demonstration Effects, and Municipal Investment in Sanitation Capital." Seminar in Health Promotion Economics, University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

Cain, Louis, and D. Haddock. (2005). "Those Peculiar Sports Leagues: An Economic History of Transatlantic Contrasts." Loyola Economics Department Seminar, Chicago, Illinois.

Cain, Louis, and E. Rotella. (2005). "Epidemics, Demonstration Effects, and Municipal Investment in Sanitation Capital." Center for Population Economics, University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

Cain, Louis, and E. Rotella. (2005). "Epidemics, Demonstration Effects, and Municipal Investment in Sanitation Capital."Departments of Economics and History, Vancouver, British Columbia.

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