Jonathan Pritchett is Associate Professor of Economics at Tulane University. He received a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Chicago in 1986. Professor Pritchett is currently researching the interregional slave trade in the United States, and is working on a book-length manuscript entitled “The Economics of Domestic United States Slave Trade.”
- Jonathan B. Pritchett, “The Interregional Slave Trade and the Selection of Slaves for the New Orleans Market,” Journal of Interdisciplinary History, 28 (Summer, 1997), pp. 57-85.
- Insan Tunali and Jonathan B. Pritchett, “Cox Regression with Alternative Concepts of Waiting Time: The New Orleans Yellow Fever Epidemic of 1853,” Journal of Applied Econometrics, 12 (Jan.-Feb., 1997), pp. 1-25.
- Jonathan B. Pritchett and Insan Tunali, “Strangers’ Disease: Determinants of Yellow Fever Mortality During the New Orleans Epidemic of 1853,” Explorations in Economic History, 32 (October, 1995), pp. 517-539.
- Jonathan B. Pritchett and Richard M. Chamberlain, “Selection in the Market for Slaves: New Orleans, 1830-1860,” Quarterly Journal of Economics, 108 (May, 1993), pp. 461-473.
- Jonathan B. Pritchett and Herman Freudenberger, “A Peculiar Sample: The Selection of Slaves for the New Orleans Market,” Journal of Economic History, 52 (March, 1992), pp. 109-127.
- Herman Freudenberger and Jonathan B. Pritchett, “The Domestic United States Slave Trade: New Evidence,” Journal of Interdisciplinary History, 21 (Winter, 1991), pp. 447-477.