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This paper examines how price shocks in antebellum slave markets were transmitted to surrounding slave markets. A newly developed time series econometric technique is utilized to estimate the transmission of price shocks among slave markets and to investigate the univariate and multivariate time series properties of slave prices in four geographically dispersed markets. The results suggest that these markets were linked and that information flowed from one market to another. The westward,doi:10.52324/001c.8458 fatcat:766ubjvknnbqxfx2hhhfdpx2q4