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Real wages and wages in reality: Lessons from a Swedish royal stud farm

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Wages in eighteenth- and nineteenth-century Sweden involved much more than monetary remuneration, and wage payments were generally only a part of the family income. This paper presents a case study of a group of rural wage labourers, the stablemen of a royal stud farm, and their family economy.

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