Economic History Review (EcHR)
2nd Series vol. 41, 1988 – vol. 61, 2008

 

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Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 41, 1988

Patrick O'Brien, The Political Economy of British Taxation, 1660-1815 [Surveys and Speculations], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 41, 1988, p. 1-32 {sj}

R.C. Allen, The Price of Freehold Land and the Interest Rate in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 41, 1988, p. 33-50 {sj}

S.J. Banks, Nineteenth-Century Scandal or Twentieth-Century Model? A New Look at 'open' and 'closed' Parishes, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 41, 1988, p. 51-73 {sj}

Nich Bosanquet; Anne Digby, Doctors and Patients in an Era of National Health Insurance and Private Practice, 1913-38, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 41, 1988, p. 74-94 {sj}

Jon S. Cohen, Was Italian Fascism a Developmental Dictatorship? Some Evidence to the Contrary, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 41, 1988, p. 95-113 {sj}

C.R.J. Currie, Early Vetches in Medieval England, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 41, 1988, p. 114-116 {sj}

Henry Finch, The 'Golden Age' of Latin America [Essays in Bibliography and Criticism], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 41, 1988, p. 117-121 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 122-169 {sj}

Mark Harrison, Resource Mobilization for World War II: The U.S.A., U.K., U.S.S.R. and Germany, 1938-1945 [Surveys and Speculations], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 41, 1988, p. 171-192 {sj}

Bruce Campbell, The Diffusion of Vetches in Medieval England, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 41, 1988, p. 193-208 {sj}

Joel Mokyr; Cormac Ó GrÁda, Poor and getting poorer? Living Standards in Ireland before the Famine, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 41, 1988, p. 209-235 {sj}

Humphrey R. Southall, The Origins of the Depressed Areas: Unemployment, Growth and Regional Economic Structure in Britain before 1914, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 41, 1988, p. 236-258 {sj}

Mira Wilkins, The Free-Standing Company, 1870-1914: An Important Type of British Foreign Direct Investment, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 41, 1988, p. 259-282 {sj}

Neil Rollings, British Budgetary Policy, 1945-1954: A 'Keynesian Revolution'?, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 41, 1988, p. 283-298 {sj}

Roger Davidson, The Measurement of Urban Poverty: A missing Dimension, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 41, 1988, p. 299-301 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 302-342 {sj}

   Professor Frederick Jack Fisher 1908-1988 [Nachruf; Obituary], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 41, 1988, p. 343-345 {sj}

W.R. Lee, Economic Development and the State in Nineteenth-Century Germany [Surveys and Speculations], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 41, 1988, p. 346-367 {sj}

M.J. Stephenson, Woll Yields in the Medieval Economy, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 41, 1988, p. 368-391 {sj}

Dorian Gerhold, The Growth of the London Carrying Trade, 1681-1838, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 41, 1988, p. 392-410 {sj}

William E. van Vugt, Running from Ruin? The Emigration of British Farmers to the U.S.A. in the Wake of the Repeal of the Corn Laws, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 41, 1988, p. 411-428 {sj}

G. Jones, Foreign Multi-Nationals and British Industry before 1945, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 41, 1988, p. 429-453 {sj}

Eileen Spring, The Strict Settlement: Its Role in Family History, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 41, 1988, p. 454-460 {sj}

Lloyd Bonfield, Strict Settlement and the Family: A Differing View, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 41, 1988, p. 461-466 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 467-505 {sj}

F.D. Lewis, The Cost of Convict Transportation from Britain to Australia, 1796-1810 [Surveys and Speculations], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 41, 1988, p. 507-524 {sj}

R.A. Leaver, Five Hides in Ten Counties: A Contribution to the Domesday Regression Debate, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 41, 1988, p. 525-542 {sj}

John A. James, Personal Wealth Distribution in late Eighteenth-Century Britain, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 41, 1988, p. 543-565 {sj}

Barry Supple, The Political Economy of Demoralization: The State and the Coalmining Industry in America and Britain between the Wars, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 41, 1988, p. 566-591 {sj}

Derek H. Aldcroft, Eastern Europe in an Age of Turbulence, 1919-1950 [Essays in Bibliography and Criticism], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 41, 1988, p. 592-602 {sj}

Til Geiger; Richard Hawkins; Michael Partridge, Annual List of Publications on the Economic and Social History of Great Britain and Ireland 1987, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 41, 1988, p. 603-636 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 637-674 {sj}


Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 42, 1989

Mark Bailey, The Concept of the Margin in the Medieval English Economy [Surveys and Speculations], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 42, 1989, p. 1-17 {sj}

Nicky Gregson, Tawney revisited: Custom and the Emergence of Capitalist Class Relations in North-East Cumbria, 1600-1830, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 42, 1989, p. 18-42 {sj}

Lee Soltow, The Rich and the Destitute in Sweden, 1805-1855: A Test of Tocqueville's Inequality Hypotheses, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 42, 1989, p. 43-63 {sj}

Charles Harvey; John Press, Overseas Investment and the Professional Advance of British Metal Mining Engineers, 1851-1914, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 42, 1989, p. 64-86 {sj}

J. Redmond, Was Sterling Overvalued in 1925? A Comment, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 42, 1989, p. 87-89 {sj}

K.G.P. Matthews, Was Sterling Overvalued in 1925? A Reply and further Evidence, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 42, 1989, p. 90-96 {sj}

Christopher Dyer; R.A. Houston; Pat Hudson; G.N. von Tunzelmann, Review of Periodical Literatur in Economic and Social History, 1987, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 42, 1989, p. 97-127 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 127-171 {sj}

A.K. Cairncross, In Praise of Economic History [Surveys and Speculations], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 42, 1989, p. 173-185 {sj}

H.V. Bowen, Investment and Empire in the later Eighteenth Century: East India Stockholding, 1756-1791, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 42, 1989, p. 186-206 {sj}

Ian Gazeley, The Cost of Living for Urban Workers in late Victorian and Edwardian Britain, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 42, 1989, p. 207-221 {sj}

T. Balderston, War Finance and Inflation in Britain and Germany, 1914-1918, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 42, 1989, p. 222-244 {sj}

J. McAllister, Colonial America, 1607-1776 [Essays in Bibliography and Criticism], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 42, 1989, p. 245-259 {sj}

V. Balasubramanyam, Capital Exports, 1870-1914, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 42, 1989, p. 260-264 {sj}

Peter Temin, Capital Exports, 1870-1914: A Reply, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 42, 1989, p. 265-266 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 267-304 {sj}

Christopher Dyer, The Consumer and the Market in the later Middle Ages [Surveys and Speculations], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 42, 1989, p. 305-327 {sj}

Peter Earle, The Female Labour Market in London in the Late Seventeenth and Early Eighteenth Centuries, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 42, 1989, p. 328-353 {sj}

J. Foreman-Peck, Foreign Investment and Imperial Exploitation: Blanace of Payments Reconstruction for Nineteenth-Century Britain and India, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 42, 1989, p. 354-374 {sj}

Ron Weir, Rationalization and Diversification in the Scotch Whisky Industry, 1900-1939: Another Look at 'Old' and 'New' Industries, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 42, 1989, p. 375-395 {sj}

Geoffrey E. Wood, A Comment on 'The Origins of Cheaper Money', in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 42, 1989, p. 396-400 {sj}

Susan Howson, Cheap Money versus Cheaper Money: A Reply to Prof. Wood, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 42, 1989, p. 401-405 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 406-438 {sj}

Derek Matthews, The British Experience of Profit Sharing [Surveys and Speculations], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 42, 1989, p. 439-464 {sj}

E. Cabrera, The Medieval Origins of the great Landed Estates of the Guadalquivir Valley, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 42, 1989, p. 465-483 {sj}

Philip Richardson, The Structure of Capital during the Industrial Revolution revisited: Two Case Studies from the Cotton Textile Industry, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 42, 1989, p. 484-503 {sj}

Michael Collins, The Banking Crisis of 1878, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 42, 1989, p. 504-527 {sj}

Kenneth D. Brown, Models in History: A Micro Study of late Nineteenth-Century British Entrepreneurship, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 42, 1989, p. 528-537 {sj}

G.C. Peden, Britain in the 1930s: A Managed Economy?, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 42, 1989, p. 538-543 {sj}

Roger Middleton, Britain in the 1930s: A Managed Economy?, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 42, 1989, p. 544-547 {sj}

Alan Booth, Britain in the 1930s: A Managed Economy? A Reply to Peden and Middleton, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 42, 1989, p. 548-556 {sj}

Anthony Gandy; Richard Hawkins; Michael Partridge, Annual List of Publications on the Economic and Social History of Great Britain and Ireland 1988, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 42, 1989, p. 557-596 {sj}

   Reviews, p. 597-634 {sj}


Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 43, 1990

R.W. Hoyle, Tenure and the land market in early modern England: or a late contribution to the Brenner debate [Surveys and Speculations], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 43, 1990, p. 1-20 {sj}

Amy Louise Erickson, Common law versus common practice: the use of marriage settlements in early modern England, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 43, 1990, p. 21-39 {sj}

F.M.L. Thompson, Life after death: how successful nineteenth-century businessmen disposed of their fortunes, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 43, 1990, p. 40-61 {sj}

John Singleton, Planning for cotton, 1945-1951, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 43, 1990, p. 62-78 {sj}

Joseph Harrison, The economic history of Spain since 1800 [Essays in Bibliography and Criticism], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 43, 1990, p. 79-89 {sj}

L.D. Schwarz, Trends in wage rates 1750-1790: a reply to Hunt and Botham [Comments], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 43, 1990, p. 90-98 {sj}

Henry Phelps Brown, Gregory King's notebook and the Phelps Brown/Hopkins price index [Comments], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 43, 1990, p. 99-103 {sj}

Christopher Dyer; R.A. Houston; Katrina Honeyman; G.N. von Tunzelmann, Review of Periodical Literature in 1988, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 43, 1990, p. 104-136 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 137-172 {sj}

Julian Hoppit, Counting the industrial revolution [Surveys and Speculations], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 43, 1990, p. 173-193 {sj}

P.J.P. Goldberg, Urban identity and the poll taxes of 1377, 1379 and 1381, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 43, 1990, p. 194-216 {sj}

R.V. Jackson, Government expenditure and British economic growth in the eighteenth century: some problems of measurement, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 43, 1990, p. 217-235 {sj}

Robin Pearson, Thrift or dissipation? The business of life assurance in the early nineteenth century, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 43, 1990, p. 236-254 {sj}

Peter Gatrell, After Tsushima: economic and administrative aspects of Russian naval rearmament, 1905-1913, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 43, 1990, p. 255-270 {sj}

S.N. Broadberry, The emergence of mass unemployment: explaining macro-economic trends in Britain during the trans-World War I period, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 43, 1990, p. 271-282 {sj}

Frank Geary, Accounting for entrepreneurship in late Victorian Britain [Comments], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 43, 1990, p. 283-287 {sj}

Charles Feinstein, Britains overseas investments in 1913 [Comments], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 43, 1990, p. 288-295 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 296-327 {sj}

Charles Feinstein, What really happened to real wages? Trends in wages, prices and productivity in the United Kingdom, 1880-1913 [Surveys and Speculations], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 43, 1990, p. 329-355 {sj}

Simon A.C. Penn; Christopher Dyer, Wages and earnings in late medieval England: evidence from the enforcement of the labour laws, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 43, 1990, p. 356-376 {sj}

J.V. Beckett; Michael Turner, Taxation and economic growth in eighteenth-century England, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 43, 1990, p. 377-403 {sj}

Anthony Webster, The political economy of trade liberalization: the East India Company Charter Act of 1813, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 43, 1990, p. 404-419 {sj}

Richard Perren, Structural change and market growth in the food industry: flour milling in Britain, Europe and America, 1850-1914, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 43, 1990, p. 420-437 {sj}

Ben Fine, The interwar British coal industry: a revisionist approach, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 43, 1990, p. 438-449 {sj}

Marcello De Paiva Abreu, Brazil as a creditor: sterling balances, 1940-1952, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 43, 1990, p. 450-469 {sj}

Stephan Nicholas, Australia: an economical prison? [Comments], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 43, 1990, p. 470-476 {sj}

Frank D. Lewis, Australia: an economical prison? A reply [Comments], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 43, 1990, p. 477-482 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 483-532 {sj}

B.C. Schedvin, Staples and regions of Pax Britannica [Surveys and Speculations], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 43, 1990, p. 533-559 {sj}

Pamela Nightingale, Monetary contraction and mercantile credit in later medieval England, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 43, 1990, p. 560-575 {sj}

T.J. Hatton, The demand for British exports, 1870-1913, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 43, 1990, p. 576-594 {sj}

Charles Feinstein, New estimates of average earnings in the United Kingdom, 1880-1913, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 43, 1990, p. 595-632 {sj}

Robert A. McGuire, Deflation-induced increases in post-Civil War US tariffs, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 43, 1990, p. 633-645 {sj}

Jon S. Cohen; Francesco L. Galassi, Sharecropping and productivity: 'feudal residues' in Italian agriculture, 1911, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 43, 1990, p. 646-656 {sj}

Mark Harrison, A volume index of the total munitions output of the United Kingdom, 1939-1944, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 43, 1990, p. 657-666 {sj}

Roger Middleton; Peter Wardley, Information technology in economic and social history: the computer as philospher's stone or Pandora's box?, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 43, 1990, p. 667-696 {sj}

Matthew Hale; Richard Hawkins; Michael Partridge, Annual List of Publications on the economic and social history of Great Britain and Ireland (published in 1989), in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 43, 1990, p. 697-734 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 735-776 {sj}


Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series, 44, 1991

Avner Offer, Farm tenure and land values in England, c. 1750-1950 [Surveys and Speculations], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 44, 1991, p. 1-20 {sj}

R.H. Britnell, The towns of England and northern Italy in the early fourteenth century, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 44, 1991, p. 21-35 {sj}

John Komlos; Richard Landes, Anacronistic economics: grain storage in medieval England, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 44, 1991, p. 36-45 {sj}

Pamela Sharpe, Literally spinsters: a new interpretation of local economy and demography in Colyton in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 44, 1991, p. 46-65 {sj}

Stana Nenadic, Businessmen, the urban middle classes and the 'dominance' of manufacturers in nineteenth-century Britain, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 44, 1991, p. 66-85 {sj}

Ralph Shlomowitz; John McDonald, Babies at risk on immigrant voyages to Australia in the nineteenth century, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 44, 1991, p. 86-101 {sj}

Robert Millward, The market behaviour of loca utilities in pre-World War I Britain: the case of gas, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 44, 1991, p. 102-127 {sj}

Donald N. McCloskey, Conditional economic history: a reply to Komlos and Landes [Comments], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 44, 1991, p. 128-132 {sj}

John Komlos; Richard Landes, Alice to the Red Queen: imperious econometrics [Comments], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 44, 1991, p. 133-136 {sj}

Christopher Dyer; R.A. Houston; Katrina Honeyman; Michael Collins, Review of Periodical Literature in 1989, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 44, 1991, p. 137-171 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 172-214 {sj}

J.L. van Zanden, The first green revolution: the growth of production and productivity in European agriculture, 1870-1914 [Surveys and Speculations], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 44, 1991, p. 215-239 {sj}

Emilie M. Amt, The meaning of waste in the early pipe rolls of Henry II, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 44, 1991, p. 240-248 {sj}

Roger Burt, The international diffusion of technology during the early modern period: the case of the British non-ferrous mining industry, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 44, 1991, p. 249-271 {sj}

Humphrey R. Southall, The tramping artisan revisits: labour mobility and economic distress in early Victorian England, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 44, 1991, p. 272-296 {sj}

A.M. Eckstein, Is there a 'Hobson-Lenin thesis' on late nineteenth-century colonial expansion?, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 44, 1991, p. 297-318 {sj}

T.V. Jackson, Personal wealth in late eighteenth-century Britain [Comments], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 44, 1991, p. 319-327 {sj}

Michael Kitson; Solomos Solomou; Martin Weale, Effective protection and economic recovery in the United Kingdom during the 1930s [Comments], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 44, 1991, p. 328-338 {sj}

Forrest Capie, Effective protection and economic recovery in Britain, 1932-1937 [Comments], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 44, 1991, p. 339-342 {sj}

Roger Middleton; Peter Wardley, Review of Information Technology, 1990, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 44, 1991, p. 343-372 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 373-393 {sj}

Patrick O'Brien; Trevor Griffiths; Philip Hunt, Political components of the industrial revolutions: Parliament and the English cotton textile industry, 1660-1774 [Surveys and Speculations], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 44, 1991, p. 395-423 {sj}

John Langdon, Water-mills and windmills in the west midlands, 1086-1500, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 44, 1991, p. 424-444 {sj}

Gregory Clark, Yields per acre in English agriculture, 1250-1860: evidence from labour inputs, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 44, 1991, p. 445-460 {sj}

Peter King, Customary rights and women's earnings: the importance of gleaning to the rural labouring poor, 1750-1850, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 44, 1991, p. 461-476 {sj}

Liam Kennedy, Farm succession in modern Ireland: elements of a theory of inheritance, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 44, 1991, p. 477-499 {sj}

Barry Supple, Scale and scope: Anfred Chandler and the dynamics of industrial capitalism [Essays in Bibliography and Criticism], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 44, 1991, p. 500-514 {sj}

Paul Turner, Wealth effects and fiscal policy in the 1930s [Comments], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 44, 1991, p. 515-522 {sj}

Jim Tomlinson, Planning for cotton, 1945-1951 [Comments], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 44, 1991, p. 523-526 {sj}

John Singleton, The crisis in postwar Lancashire: a rejoinder [Comments], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 44, 1991, p. 527-530 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 531-571 {sj}

Peter Temin, Soviet and Nazi economic planning in the 1930s [Surveys and Speculations], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 44, 1991, p. 573-593 {sj}

S.R.H. Jones, Devaluation and the balance of payments in eleventh-century England: an exercise in dark age economics, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 44, 1991, p. 594-607 {sj}

Katrina Honeyman; Jordan Goodman, Women's work, gender conflict and labour markets in Europe, 1500-1900, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 44, 1991, p. 608-628 {sj}

H.M. Boot, Salaries and career earnings in the bank of Scotland, 1730-1880, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 44, 1991, p. 629-653 {sj}

R.E. Rowthorn; S.N. Solomou, The macroeconomic effects of overseas investment on the UK balance of trade, 1870-1913, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 44, 1991, p. 654-664 {sj}

Noel Whiteside; James A. Gillespie, Deconstructing unemployment: developments in Britain in the interwar years, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 44, 1991, p. 665-682 {sj}

Matthew Hale; Richard Hawkins; Michael Partridge, Annual List of Publications on the economic and social history of great Britain and Ireland (published in 1990), in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 44, 1991, p. 683-720 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 721-780 {sj}


Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 45, 1992

R.V. Jackson, Rates of industrial growth during the industrial revolution [Surveys and Speculations], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 45, 1992, p. 1-23 {sj}

Maxine Berg; Pat Hudson, Rehabilitating the industrial revolution [Surveys and Speculations], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 45, 1992, p. 24-50 {sj}

S.J. Payling, Social mobility, demographic change and landed society in late medieval England, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 45, 1992, p. 51-73 {sj}

Emma Rothschild, Adam Smith and conservative economics, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 45, 1992, p. 74-96 {sj}

Peter Robb, Peasants' choices? Indian agriculture and the limits of commercialization in nineteenth-century Bihar, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 45, 1992, p. 97-119 {sj}

Sue Bowden; Michael Collins, The Bank of England, industrial regeneration and hire purchase between the wars, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 45, 1992, p. 120-136 {sj}

Dieter Ziegler, The banking crisis of 1878: some remarks [Notes and comments], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 45, 1992, p. 137-144 {sj}

Michael Collins, The Bank of England as lender of last restort, 1857-1878 [Notes and comments], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 45, 1992, p. 145-153 {sj}

R.H. Britnell; John Walter, Katrina Honeyman; Michael Collins, Review of Periodical Literature in 1990, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 45, 1992, p. 154-187 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 188-219 {sj}

Barry Eichengreen, The origins and nature of the Great Slump revisited [Surveys and Speculations], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 45, 1992, p. 219-239 {sj}

D.F. Harrison, Bridges and economic development, 1300-1800, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 45, 1992, p. 240-261 {sj}

Larry Sawers, The Navigation Acts revisited, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 45, 1992, p. 262-284 {sj}

Christine MacLeod, Strategies for innovation: the diffusion of new technology in nineteenth-century British industry, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 45, 1992, p. 285-307 {sj}

Maxine Berg, The first women economic historians, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 45, 1992, p. 308-329 {sj}

Paul. L. Robertson; Lee J. Alston, Technological choice and the organization of work in capitalist firms, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 45, 1992, p. 330-349 {sj}

W.D. Rubinstein, Cutting up rich: a reply to F.M.L. Thompson [Notes and comments], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 45, 1992, p. 350-361 {sj}

F.M.L. Thompson, Stitching it together again [Notes and comments], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 45, 1992, p. 362-375 {sj}

Austin Robinson, Munitions output of the United Kingdom, 1939-1944: a comment [Notes and comments], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 45, 1992, p. 376-377 {sj}

Jean Colson; Roger Middleton; Peter Wardley, Review of Information Technology 1991, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 45, 1992, p. 378-412 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 413-57 {sj}

Boris N. Mironov, Consequences of the price revolution in eighteenth-century Russia, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 45, 1992, p. 457-478 {sj}

Hans Chr. Johansen, Scandinavian shipping in the late eighteenth century in a European perspective, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 45, 1992, p. 479-493 {sj}

Gilles Postel-Vinay; Jean-Marc Robin, Eating, working and saving in a unstable world: consumers in nineteenth-century France, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 45, 1992, p. 494-513 {sj}

Patrick K. O'Brien; Leandro Prados DE LA Escosura, Agricultural productivity and European industrialization, 1890-1980, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 45, 1992, p. 514-536 {sj}

Nicola Rossi; Gianni Toniolo, Catching up or falling behind? Italy's economic growth, 1895-1947, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 45, 1992, p. 537-563 {sj}

John Lawrence; Martin Dean; Jean-Louis Robert, The outbreak of war and the urban economy: Paris, Berlin and London in 1914, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 45, 1992, p. 564-593 {sj}

Harold James, Financial flows across frontiers during the interwar depression, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 45, 1992, p. 594-613 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 614-35 {sj}

M.W. Kirby, Institutional rigidities and economic decline: reflections on the British experience [Surveys and Speculations], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 45, 1992, p. 637-660 {sj}

Mavis Mate, The economic and social roots of medieval popular revellion: Sussex in 1450-1451, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 45, 1992, p. 661-676 {sj}

R.C. Nash, South Carolina and the Atlantic economy in the late seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 45, 1992, p. 677-702 {sj}

N.F.R. Crafts; C.K. Harley, Output growth and the British industrial revolution: a restatement of the Crafts-Harley view, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 45, 1992, p. 703-730 {sj}

Seán Glynn; Alan Booth, The emergence of mass unemployment: some questions of precision [Notes and comments], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 45, 1992, p. 731-738 {sj}

S.N. Broadberry, The emergence of mass unemployment: a reply, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 45, 1992, p. 739-742 [Notes and comments] {sj}

Peter Gatrell; Robert Lewis, Russian and Soviet economic history, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 45, 1992, p. 743-754 {sj}

Matthew Hale; Richard Hawkins; Michael Partridge, Annual List of Publications on the economic and social history of Great Britain and Ireland (published in 1991), in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 45, 1992, p. 755-793 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 794-847 {sj}


Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 46, 1993

Jim Tomlinson, Mr. Attlee's supply-side socialism [Surveys and Speculations], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 46, 1993, p. 1-22 {sj}

Craig Muldrew, Credit and the courts: debt litigation in a seventeenth-century urban community, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 46, 1993, p. 23-38 {sj}

Robin Pearson, Taking risks and containing competition: diversification and oligopoly in the fire insurance markets of the north of England in the early nineteenth century, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 46, 1993, p. 39-64 {sj}

Paul Johnson, Small debts and economic distress in England and Wales, 1857-1913, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 46, 1993, p. 65-87 {sj}

Colin A. Linsley; Christine L. Linsley, Booth, Rowntree and Llewelyn Smith: a reassessment of interwar poverty, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 46, 1993, p. 88-104 {sj}

Karl Gunnar Persson, Was there a productivity gap between fourteenth-century Italy and England? [Notes and Comments], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 46, 1993, p. 105-114 {sj}

John Komlos, The secular trend in the biological standard of living in the UK, 1730-1860 [Notes and Comments], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 46, 1993, p. 115-144 {sj}

Roderick Floud; Kenneth W. Wachter; Annabel Gregory, Measuring historical heights: short cuts or the long way round: a reply to Komlos [Notes and Comments], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 46, 1993, p. 145-154 {sj}

David Greasley, Economics of scale in British coalmining between the wars [Notes and Comments], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 46, 1993, p. 155-159 {sj}

Ben Fine, Is small beautiful? Mine size in the British interwar coal industry [Notes and Comments], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 46, 1993, p. 160-162 {sj}

R.H. Britnell; R.A. Houston; Katrina Honeyman; Michael Collins, Review of Periodical Literature in 1991, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 46, 1993, p. 163-194 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 195 {sj}

Avner Offer, The British empire, 1870-1914: a waste of money? [Surveys and Speculations], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 46, 1993, p. 215-238 {sj}

Gerold Krozewski, Sterling, the 'minor' territories and the end of formal empire, 1939-1958 [Surveys and Speculations], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 46, 1993, p. 239-265 {sj}

James Masschaele, Transport costs in medieval England, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 46, 1993, p. 266-279 {sj}

John S. Moore, 'Jack Fisher's flu': a visitation revisited, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 46, 1993, p. 280-307 {sj}

David Eltis; Stanley L. Engerman, Fluctuations in sex and age ratios in the transatlantic slave trade, 1663-1864, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 46, 1993, p. 308-323 {sj}

Thomas Weiss, Long-term changes in US agricultural output per worker, 1800-1900, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 46, 1993, p. 324-341 {sj}

D.M. Higgins, Rings, mules and structural constraints in the Lancashire textile industry, c. 1945-1965, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 46, 1993, p. 342-362 {sj}

John Komlos, Further thoughts on the nutritional status of the British population [Notes and Comments], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 46, 1993, p. 363-366 {sj}

Roderick Floud; Kenneth W. Wachter; Annabel Gregory, Further thoughts on the nutritional status of the British population [Notes and Comments], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 46, 1993, p. 367-368 {sj}

Jona Schellekens, The role of marital fertility in Irish population history, 1750-1840 [Notes and Comments], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 46, 1993, p. 369-378 {sj}

David Dunn; Roger Middleton; Peter Wardley, Review of Information Technology, 1992, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 46, 1993, p. 379-409 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 410-428 {sj}

Peter Gatrell; Mark Harrison, The Russian and Soviet economies in two world wars: a comparative view [Surveys and Speculations], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 46, 1993, p. 425-452 {sj}

S.R. Epstein, Town and country: economy and institutions in late medieval Italy, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 46, 1993, p. 453-477 {sj}

G.W. Grantham, Divisions of labour: agricultural productivity and occupational specialization in pre-industrial France, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 46, 1993, p. 478-502 {sj}

Richard K. Fleischman; Thomas N. Tyson, Cost accounting during the industrial revolution: the present state of historical knowledge, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 46, 1993, p. 503-517 {sj}

Lara Marks, Medical care for pauper mothers and their infants: poor law provision and local demand in east London, 1870-1919, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 46, 1993, p. 518-542 {sj}

Francis Goodall, Appliance trading activities of British gas utilities, 1875-1935, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 46, 1993, p. 543-557 {sj}

Richard Anthony, The Scottish agricultural labour market, 1900-1939: a case of institutional intervention, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 46, 1993, p. 558-574 {sj}

G. Balachandran, Britain's liquidity crisis and India, 1919-1920, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 46, 1993, p. 575-591 {sj}

Kenneth D. Brown, The collapse of the British toy industry, 1979-1984, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 46, 1993, p. 592-606 {sj}

John Armstrong, The English coastal coal trade, 1890-1910: why calculate figures when you can collect them? [Notes and Comments], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 46, 1993, p. 607-609 {sj}

William J. Hausman, Freight rates and shipping costs in the English coastal coal trade: a reply [Notes and Comments], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 46, 1993, p. 610-612 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 613 {sj}

L.M. Cullen, History, economic crises and revolution: understanding eighteenth-century France [Surveys and Speculations], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 46, 1993, p. 635-657 {sj}

S.R.H. Jones, Transaction costs, institutional change and the emergence of a market economy in later Anglo-Saxon England, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 46, 1993, p. 658-678 {sj}

Robert A. Dodgshon, Strategies of farming in the western highlands and islands of Scotland prior to crofting and the clearances, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 46, 1993, p. 679-701 {sj}

Simon Ville, The growth of specialization in English shipowning, 1750-1850, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 46, 1993, p. 702-722 {sj}

Stephan Nicholas; Deborah Oxley, The living standards of women during the industrial revolution, 1795-1820, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 46, 1993, p. 723-749 {sj}

Simon Johnson; Peter Temin, The macroeconomics of NEP, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 46, 1993, p. 750-767 {sj}

John Komlos, A Malthusian episode revisited: the height of British and Irish servants in colonial America [Notes and Comments], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 46, 1993, p. 768-782 {sj}

Matthew Hale; Richard Hawkins; Michael Partridge, Annual List of Publications in 1992, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 46, 1993, p. 783-819 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 820 {sj}


Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 47, 1994

Gabriel Torella, patters of economic retardation and recovery in south-western Europe in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries [Surveys and Speculations], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 47, 1994, p. 1-21 {sj}

Donald Woodward, The determination of wage rates in the early modern north of England, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 47, 1994, p. 22-43 {sj}

J.R. Ward, The industrial revolution and British imperialism, 1750-1850, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 47, 1994, p. 44-65 {sj}

Javier Cuenca Esteban, British textile prices, 1770-1831: are British growth rates worth revising once again?, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 47, 1994, p. 66-105 {sj}

Paul Johnson, The employment and retirement of older men in England and Wales, 1881-1981, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 47, 1994, p. 106-128 {sj}

Kosmas Tsokhas, The Australian role in Britain's return to the gold standard, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 47, 1994, p. 129-146 {sj}

Maxine Berg; Pat Hudson, Growth and Change: a comment on the Crafts-Harley view of the industrial revolution [Notes and Comments], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 47, 1994, p. 147-149 {sj}

R.H. Britnell; Jeremy Boulton; Katrina Honeyman; Michael Collins, Review of Periodical Literature in 1992, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 47, 1994, p. 165-193 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 194-211 {sj}

D.E.H. Edgerton; S.M. Horrocks, British industrial research and development before 1945 [Surveys and Speculations], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 47, 1994, p. 213-238 {sj}

Nuala Zahedieh, London and the colonia consumer in the late seventeenth century, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 47, 1994, p. 239-261 {sj}

Hartmut Berghoff; Roland Möller, Tired pioneers and dynamic newcomers? A comparative essay on English and German entrepreneurial history, 1870-1914, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 47, 1994, p. 262-287 {sj}

Barry Eichengreen; Ian W. McLean, The supply of gold under the pre-1914 gold standard, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 47, 1994, p. 288-309 {sj}

George R. Boyer; Timothy J. Hatton, Did Joseph Arch raise agricultural wages? Rural trade unions and the labour market in late nineteenth-century England, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 47, 1994, p. 310-334 {sj}

Catherine R. Schenk, Closing the Hong Kong Gap: Hong Kong and the free dollar market in the 1950s, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 47, 1994, p. 335-353 {sj}

Michael Zell, Fisher's 'flu and Moore's probates: quantifying the mortality crisis of 1556-1560 [Notes and Comments], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 47, 1994, p. 354-358 {sj}

John S. Moore, Jack Fisher's 'flu: a virus still virulent [Notes and Comments], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 47, 1994, p. 359-361 {sj}

Adriaan Verhulst, The origins and early development of medieval towns in northern Europe [Essays in Bibliography and Criticism], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 47, 1994, p. 362-373 {sj}

Roger Middleton; Peter Wardley, Annual Review of Information Technology Developments, 1993, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 47, 1994, p. 374-407 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 408-440 {sj}

Barry Supple, Fear of failing: economic history and the decline of Britain [Presidential Address], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 47, 1994, p. 441-458 {sj}

S.R. Epstein, Regional fairs, institutional innovation and economic growth in late medieval England [Surveys and Speculations], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 47, 1994, p. 459-482 {sj}

Carole Shammas, The decline of textile prices in England and British America prior to industrialization, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 47, 1994, p. 483-507 {sj}

R.V. Jackson, Inequality of incomes and lifespans in England since 1688, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 47, 1994, p. 508-524 {sj}

Dudley Baines, European emigration, 1815-1930: looking at the emigration decision again, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 47, 1994, p. 525-544 {sj}

Sara Horrell; Jane Humphries; Martin Weale, An input-output table for 1841, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 47, 1994, p. 545-566 {sj}

John Springhall, 'Disseminating impure literature': the 'penny dreadful' publishing business since 1860, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 47, 1994, p. 567-584 {sj}

Francesco L. Galassi; Jon S. Cohen, The economics of tenancy in early twentieth-century southern Italy, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 47, 1994, p. 585-600 {sj}

John Singleton, The cotton industry and the British war effort, 1914-1918, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 47, 1994, p. 601-618 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 619-636 {sj}

Davis S. Landes, What room for accident in history? explaining big changes by small events [Surveys and Speculations], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 47, 1994, p. 637-656 {sj}

Rosamond Faith, Demesne resources and labour rent on the manors of St. Paul's Cathedral, 1066-1222, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 47, 1994, p. 657-678 {sj}

David Hancock, 'Domestic bubbling': eighteenth-century London merchants and individual investment in the Funds, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 47, 1994, p. 679-702 {sj}

Roy Church; Trevor Baldwin; Bob Berry, Accounting for profitability at the Consett Iron Company before 1914: measurement, sources and uses, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 47, 1994, p. 703-724 {sj}

Sue Bowden; Avner Offer, Household appliances and the use of time: the United States and Britain since the 1920s, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 47, 1994, p. 725-748 {sj}

Gilliam Cookson, Innovation, diffusion and mechanical engineers in Britain, 1780-1850 [Notes and Comments], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 47, 1994, p. 749-753 {sj}

Christine MacLeod, The peculiarities of Yorkshire inventors: a reply [Notes and Comments], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 47, 1994, p. 754-759 {sj}

David Greasley; Les Oxley, Rehabilitation sustained: the industrial revolution as a macroeconomic epoch [Notes and Comments], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 47, 1994, p. 760-768 {sj}

N.F.R. Crafts; T.C. Mills, The industrial revolution as a macroeconomic epoch: an altenative view [Notes and Comments], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 47, 1994, p. 769-775 {sj}

Matthew Hale; Richard Hawkins; Michael Partridge, Annual List of Publications in 1993, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 47, 1994, p. 776-815 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 816-847 {sj}


Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 48, 1995

Peter M. Solar, Poor relief and English economic development before the industrial revolution [Surveys and Speculations], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 48, 1995, p. 1-22 {sj}

Roger Burt, The transformation of the non-ferrous metals industries in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 48, 1995, p. 23-45 {sj}

Elise S. Brezis, Foreign capital flows in the century of Britain's industrial revolution: new estimates, controlled conjectures, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 48, 1995, p. 46-67 {sj}

Frank Geary, The Act of Union, British-Irish trade and pre-Famine deindustrialization, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 48, 1995, p. 68-88 {sj}

Sara Horrell; Jane Humphries, Women's labour force participation and the transition to the male-breadwinner family, 1790-1865, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 48, 1995, p. 89-117 {sj}

Tirthankar Roy, Price movements in early twentieth-century India, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 48, 1995, p. 118-133 {sj}

C.K. Harley; N.F.R. Crafts, Cotton textiles and industrial output growth during the industrial revolution [Notes and Comments], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 48, 1995, p. 134-144 {sj}

Javier Cuenca Esteban, Further evidence of falling prices of cotton cloth, 1768-1816 [Notes and Comments], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 48, 1995, p. 145-150 {sj}

R.H. Britnell; Jeremy Boulton; Katrina Honeyman; Michael Collins, Review of Periodical Literature in 1993, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 48, 1995, p. 151-180 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 181-213 {sj}

Gregory Clark; Michael Huberman; Peter H. Lindert, A British food puzzle, 1770-1850 [Surveys and Speculations], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 48, 1995, p. 215-237 {sj}

N.J. Mayhew, Population, money supply and the velocity of circulation in England, 1300-1700, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 48, 1995, p. 238-257 {sj}

A.J.S. Gibson; T.C. Smout, Regional prices and market regions: the evolution of the early modern Scottish grain market, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 48, 1995, p. 258-282 {sj}

H.M. Boot, How skilled were Lancashire cotton factory workers in 1833?, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 48, 1995, p. 283-303 {sj}

Elaine N. Katz, Outcrop and deep level mining in South Africa before the Anglo-Boer War: re-examining the Blainey thesis, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 48, 1995, p. 304-328 {sj}

Vincent Barnett, Soviet commodity markets during NEP, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 48, 1995, p. 329-352 {sj}

Pamela Sharpe, Continuity and change: women's history and economic history in Britain [Essays in Bibliography and Criticism], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 48, 1995, p. 353-369 {sj}

Roger Middleton, Annual review of information technology developments, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 48, 1995, p. 370-395 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 396-427 {sj}

N.F.R. Crafts, The golden age of economic growth in Western Europe, 1950-1973 [Surveys and Speculations], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 48, 1995, p. 429-447 {sj}

Chris Galley, A model of early modern urban demography, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 48, 1995, p. 448-469 {sj}

Paul Johnson; Stephen Nicholas, Male and female living standards in England and Wales, 1812-1857: evidence from ciminal height records, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 48, 1995, p. 470-481 {sj}

Boaz Moselle, Allotments, enclosure and proletarianization in early nineteenth-century southern England, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 48, 1995, p. 482-500 {sj}

Robert Millward; Sally Sheard, The urban fiscal problem, 1870-1914: government expenditure and finance in England and Wales, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 48, 1995, p. 501-535 {sj}

Shizuya Nishimura, The French provincial banks, the Banque de France and bill vinance, 1890-1913, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 48, 1995, p. 536-554 {sj}

Mitsuhiko Kimura, The economics of Japanese imperialism in Korea, 1910-1939, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 48, 1995, p. 555-574 {sj}

S.D. Smith, Prices and the value of English exports in the eighteenth century: evidence from the North American colonial trade [Notes and Comments], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 48, 1995, p. 575-590 {sj}

N.F.R. Crafts, Macroinventions, economic growth and 'industrial revolution' in Britain and France [Notes and Comments], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 48, 1995, p. 591-598 {sj}

David S. Landes, Some further thoughts on accident in history: a reply to Professor Crafts [Notes and Comments], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 48, 1995, p. 599-601 {sj}

Paola Subacchi, Meta-economic history: a survey of the Eleventh International Economic History Congress [International Congress Report], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 48, 1995, p. 602-611 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 612-641 {sj}

J.L. van Zanden, Tracing the beginning of the Kuznets curve: western Europe during the early modern period [Surveys and Speculations], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 48, 1995, p. 643-664 {sj}

E.W. Evans; David Richardson, Hunting for rents: the economics of slaving in pre-colonial Africa, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 48, 1995, p. 665-686 {sj}

Peter Kirby, Causes of short stature among coal-mining children, 1823-1850, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 48, 1995, p. 687-699 {sj}

Edward Higgs, Occupational censuses and the agricultural workforce in Victorian England and Wales, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 48, 1995, p. 700-716 {sj}

Angela Redish, The persistence of bimetallism in nineteenth-century France, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 48, 1995, p. 717-736 {sj}

Peter Temin, The 'Koreaboom' in West Germany: fact or fiction?, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 48, 1995, p. 737-753 {sj}

Wendy R. Childs, 1492-1494: Columbus and the discovery of America [Essays in Bibliography and Criticism], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 48, 1995, p. 754-768 {sj}

J.-C. Toutain, Food rations in France in the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries: a comment [Notes and Comments], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 48, 1995, p. 769-773 {sj}

George W. Grantham, Food rations in France in the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries: a reply [Notes and Comments], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 48, 1995, p. 774-777 {sj}

Matthew Hale; Richard Hawkins; Michael Partridge, Annual List of Publications in 1994, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 48, 1995, p. 778-817 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 818-856 {sj}


Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 49, 1996

Mark Bailey, Demographic decline in late medieval England: some thoughts on recent research, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 49, 1996, p. 1-19 {sj}

Malcolm Wanklyn, The impact of water transport facilities on English river ports, c. 1660-c. 1760, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 49, 1996, p. 20-34 {sj}

Humphrey Southall; David Gilbert, A good time to wed?: marriage and economic distress in England and Wales, 1839-1914, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 49, 1996, p. 35-57 {sj}

Katherine Watson, Banks and industrial finance: the experience of brewers, 1880-1913, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 49, 1996, p. 58-81 {sj}

David Greasley; Les Oxley, Discontinuities in competetiveness: the impact of the First World War on British industry, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 49, 1996, p. 82-100 {sj}

Solomos Solomou; Martin Weale, UK national income, 1920-1938: the implications of balanced estimates, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 49, 1996, p. 101-115 {sj}

Paolo Palladino, Science, technology and the economy: plant breeding in Great Britain, 1920-1970, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 49, 1996, p. 116-136 {sj}

Kenneth Mouré, Undervaluing the franc Poincaré, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 49, 1996, p. 137-153 {sj}

R.H. Britnell; Jeremy Boulton; Katrina Honeyman; Jim Tomlinson, Review of Periodical Literature in 1994, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 49, 1996, p. 154-186 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 187 {sj}

Patrick Karl O'Brien, Path dependency, or why Britain became an industrialized and urbanized economy long before France, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 49, 1996, p. 213-249 {sj}

Phillipp R. Schofield, Tenurial developments and the availabity of customary land in a later medieval community, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 49, 1996, p. 250-267 {sj}

Jeremy Boulton, Wage labour in seventeenth-century London, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 49, 1996, p. 268-290 {sj}

Ann M. Carlos; Jamie Brown Kruse, The decline of the Royal African Company: fringe firms and the role of the charter, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 49, 1996, p. 291-313 {sj}

Duncan M. Ross, Commercial banking in a market-oriented financial system: Britain between the wars, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 49, 1996, p. 314-335 {sj}

P.J. Cain, Gentlemanly imperialism at work: the Bank of England, Canada and the sterling area, 1932-1936, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 49, 1996, p. 336-357 {sj}

Harry A. Miskimin, Silver, not sterling: a comment of Mayhew's velocity, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 49, 1996, p. 358-360 {sj}

N.J. Mayhew, Silver, not sterling: a reply to Prof. Miskimin, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 49, 1996, p. 361 {sj}

J.P.D. Dunbabin, Can we tell whether Arch raised wages?, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 49, 1996, p. 362-369 {sj}

George R. Boyer; Timothy J. Hatton, Did Joseph Arch raise agricultural wages? A reply, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 49, 1996, p. 370-376 {sj}

James E. Everett, Annual review of information technology developments, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 49, 1996, p. 377-381 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 382 {sj}

Jeremy Edwards; Sheilagh Ogilvie, Universal banks and German industrialization: a reappraisal, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 49, 1996, p. 427-446 {sj}

James A. Galloway; Derek Keene; Margaret Murphy, Fuelling the city: production and distribution of firewood and fuel in London's region, 1290-1400, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 49, 1996, p. 447-472 {sj}

Stephen Quinn, Gold, silver and the Glorious Revolution: arbitrage between bills of exchange and bullion, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 49, 1996, p. 473-490 {sj}

Dorian Gerhold, Productivity change in road transport before and after turnpiking, 1690-1840, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 49, 1996, p. 491-515 {sj}

Julian Hoppit, Political arithmetic in eighteenth-century Britain, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 49, 1996, p. 516-540 {sj}

Hans-Joachim Voth; Timothy Leunig, Did smallpox reduce height? Stature and the standard of living in London, 1770-1873, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 49, 1996, p. 541-560 {sj}

Roy Church, Deconstructing Nuffield: the evolution of managerial culture in the British motor industry, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 49, 1996, p. 561-583 {sj}

R.V. Jackson, The heights of rural-born English female convicts transported to New South Wales, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 49, 1996, p. 584-590 {sj}

Stephen Nicholas; Deborah Oxley, Living standards of women in England and Wales, 1785-1815: new evidence from Newgate prison records, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 49, 1996, p. 591-599 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 600 {sj}

Niall Ferguson, Constraints and room for manoeuvre in the German inflation of the early 1920s, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 49, 1996, p. 635-666 {sj}

Michael Zell, Credit in the pre-industrial English woollen industry, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 49, 1996, p. 667-691 {sj}

Karl Gunnar Persson, The seven lean years, elasticity traps and intervention in grain markets in pre-industrial Europe, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 49, 1996, p. 692-714 {sj}

Alan Gillie, The origin of the poverty line, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 49, 1996, p. 715-730 {sj}

Jim Tomlinson, Inventing 'decline': the falling behind of the British economy in the postwar years, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 49, 1996, p. 731-757 {sj}

Z. Razi, Manorial court rolls and local population: an East Anglian case study, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 49, 1996, p. 758-763 {sj}

Giovanni Federico, Italy, 1860-1940: a little-known success story [Essa< in Bibliography and Criticism], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 49, 1996, p. 764-786 {sj}

Matthew Hale; Richard Hawkins; Michael Partridge, Annual List of Publications in 1995, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 49, 1996, p. 787-827 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 828 {sj}


Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 50, 1997

D.J. Siddle, Migration as a strategy of accumulatin: social and economic change in eighteenth-century Savoy, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 50, 1997, p. 1-20 {sj}

John E. Archer, The nineteenth-century allotment: half an acre and a row, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 50, 1997, p. 21-36 {sj}

R.A. Bryer, The Mercantile Laws Commission of 1854 and the political economy of limited liability, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 50, 1997, p. 37-56 {sj}

Michael John Jones, The agricultural depression, collegiate finances and provision for education at Oxford, 1871-1913, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 50, 1997, p. 57-81 {sj}

Robin Gowers; Timothy J. Hatton, The origins and early impact of the minimum wage in agriculture, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 50, 1997, p. 82-103 {sj}

Olive Anderson, Emigration and marriage break-up in mid-Victorian Britain [Notes], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 50, 1997, p. 104-109 {sj}

R.C. Nash, The balance of payments and foreign capital flows in eighteenth-century England: a comment [Comments and Replies], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 50, 1997, p. 110-128 {sj}

Elise S. Brezis, Did foreign capital flows finance the industrial revolution? A reply [Comments and Replies], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 50, 1997, p. 129-132 {sj}

R.H. Britnell; Jeremy Boulton; Robin Pearson; Jim Tomlinson, Review of Periodical Literature in 1995, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 50, 1997, p. 133-168 {sj}

   Book Reviews169-208 {sj}

Robert Millward, The 1940s nationalizations in Britain: means to an end or the means of production? [Surveys and Speculations], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 50, 1997, p. 209-234 {sj}

Robin Pearson, Towards an historical model of services innovation: the case of the insurance industry, 1700-1914, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 50, 1997, p. 235-256 {sj}

Joyce Burnette, An investigation of the female-male wage gap during the industrial revolution in Britain, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 50, 1997, p. 257-281 {sj}

Max-Stephan Schulze, The machine-building industry and Austria's great depression after 1873, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 50, 1997, p. 282-304 {sj}

Steven Cherry, Before the National Health Service: financing the voluntary hospitals, 1900-1939, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 50, 1997, p. 305-326 {sj}

John Singleton; Paul L. Robertson, Britain, butter and European integration, 1957-1964, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 50, 1997, p. 327-347 {sj}

James Simpson, Economic Development in Spain, 1850-1936 [Essays in Bibliography and Criticism], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 50, 1997, p. 348-359 {sj}

Steve King, Poor relief and English economic development reappraised [Comments and Replies], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 50, 1997, p. 360-368 {sj}

Peter M. Solar, Poor relief and English economic development: a renewed plea for comparative history [Comments and Replies], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 50, 1997, p. 369-374 {sj}

   Book Reviews375-406 {sj}

Derek Matthews; Malcolm Anderson; John Richard Edwards, The rise of the professional accountant in British management [Surveys and Speculations], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 50, 1997, p. 407-429 {sj}

Oliver Volckart, Early beginnings of the quantity theory of money and their context in Polish and Prussian monetary policies, c. 1520-1550, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 50, 1997, p. 430-449 {sj}

Avner Offer, Between the gift and the market: the economy of regard, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 50, 1997, p. 450-476 {sj}

E.H. Hunt; S.J. Pam, Prices and structural response in English agriculture, 1873-1896, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 50, 1997, p. 477-505 {sj}

Tony Adams, Market and institutional forces in industrial relations: the development of national collective bargaining, 1910-1920, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 50, 1997, p. 506-530 {sj}

Jane Humphries, Short stature among coalmining children: a comment [Comments and Replies], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 50, 1997, p. 531-537 {sj}

Peter Kirby, Short stature among coalmining children: a rejoinder [Comments and Replies], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 50, 1997, p. 538-542 {sj}

James E. Everett, Annual Review of Information Technology Developments, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 50, 1997, p. 543-555 {sj}

   Book Reviews556-616 {sj}

N.F.R. Crafts, Some dimensions of the 'quality of life' during the British industrial revolution [Surveys and Speculations], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 50, 1997, p. 617-639 {sj}

David Stone, The productivity of hired and custumary labour: evidence from Wisbech Barton in the fourteenth century, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 50, 1997, p. 640-656 {sj}

J.F. Wright, The contribution of overseas savings to the funded national debt of Great Britain, 1750-1815, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 50, 1997, p. 657-674 {sj}

Ron Harris, Political economy, interest groups, legal institutions and the repeal of the Bubble Act in 1825, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 50, 1997, p. 675-696 {sj}

George R. Boyer; Timothy J. Hatton, Migration and labour market integration in late nineteenth-century England and Wales, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 50, 1997, p. 697-734 {sj}

Marc Flandreau, Central bank cooperation in historical perspective: a sceptical view, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 50, 1997, p. 735-763 {sj}

Marco H.D. van Leeuwen, Trade unions and the provision of welfare in the Netherlands, 1910-1960, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 50, 1997, p. 764-791 {sj}

Matthew Hale; Richard Hawkins; Michael Partridge, Annual List of Publications in 1996, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 50, 1997, p. 792-832 {sj}

   Book Reviews833-852 {sj}


Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 51, 1998

Michael Collins, English bank development within a European context, 1870-1939 [Surveys and Speculations], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 51, 1998, p. 1-24 {sj}

E.A. Wasson, The penetration of new wealth into the English governing class from the middle ages to the First World War, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 51, 1998, p. 25-48 {sj}

C. Knick Harley, Cotton textile prices and the industrial revolution, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 51, 1998, p. 49-83 {sj}

Simon Szreter; Graham Mooney, Urbanization, mortality and the standard of living debate: new estimates of the expectation of life at birth in nineteenth-century British cities, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 51, 1998, p. 84-112 {sj}

David G. Surdam, King Cotton: monarch or pretender? The state of the market for raw cotton on the eve of the America civil war, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 51, 1998, p. 113-132 {sj}

C.M. Leitz, Arms exports from the Third Reich, 1933-1939: the example of Krupp, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 51, 1998, p. 133-154 {sj}

R.H. Britnell; Nigel Goose; Robin Pearson; Jim Tomlinson, Review of Periodical Literature in 1996, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 51, 1998, p. 155-191 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 192-221 {sj}

Mark Bailey, Peasant welfare in England, 1290-1348 [Surveys and Speculations], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 51, 1998, p. 223-251 {sj}

Gianni Toniolo, Europe's golden age, 1950-1973: speculations from a long-run perspective [Surveys and Speculations], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 51, 1998, p. 252-267 {sj}

Emma Rothschild, An alarming commercial crisis in eighteenth-century Angloulême: sentiments in economic history, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 51, 1998, p. 268-293 {sj}

David Greasley; Les Oxley, A tale of two dominions: comparing the macroeconomic records of Australia and Canada since 1870, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 51, 1998, p. 294-318 {sj}

Sue Bowden; David M. Higgins, Short-time working and price maintenance: collusive tendencies in the cotton-spinning industry, 1919-1939, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 51, 1998, p. 319-343 {sj}

H. Freudenberger, Work efficiency and endogenous growth [Notes], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 51, 1998, p. 344-350 {sj}

Peter Razzell, Did smallpox reduce height? [Comments and Replies], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 51, 1998, p. 351-359 {sj}

Markus Heintel; Jörg Baten, Smallpox and nutritional status in England, 1770-1873: on the difficulties of estimating historical heights [Comments and Replies], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 51, 1998, p. 360-371 {sj}

Timothy Leunig; Hans-Joachim Voth, Smallpox did reduce height: a reply to our critics [Comments and Replies], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 51, 1998, p. 372-381 {sj}

James E. Everett, Annual Review of Information Technology Developments, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 51, 1998, p. 382-397 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 398-433 {sj}

E.A. Wrigley, Explaining the rise in marital fertility in the 'long' eighteenth century, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 51, 1998, p. 435-464 {sj}

Byung Khun Song, Landed interest, local government and the labour market in England, 1750-1850, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 51, 1998, p. 465-488 {sj}

Martin Gorsky, The growth and distribution of English friendly societies in the early nineteenth century, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 51, 1998, p. 489-511 {sj}

Frank Geary, Deindustrialization in Ireland to 1851: some evidence from the census, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 51, 1998, p. 512-541 {sj}

William R. Summerhill, Market intervention in a backward economy: railway subsidy in Brazil, 1854-1913, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 51, 1998, p. 542-568 {sj}

Howard Taylor, Rationing crime: the political economy of criminal statistics since the 1850s, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 51, 1998, p. 569-590 {sj}

Howard Gospel, Markets, institutions and the development of national collective bargaining in Britain: a comment on Adams [Comments and Replies], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 51, 1998, p. 591-596 {sj}

Tony Adams, Employers, labour and the state in industrial relations history: a reply to Gospel [Comments and Replies], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 51, 1998, p. 597-605 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 606-647 {sj}

R.W. Hoyle, Taxation and the mid-Tudor crisis, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 51, 1998, p. 649-675 {sj}

S.D. Smith, The market for manufactures in the thirteen continental colonies, 1698-1776, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 51, 1998, p. 676-708 {sj}

Roger Burt, Segmented capital markets and patterns of investment in late Victorian Britain: evidence from the non-ferrous mining industry, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 51, 1998, p. 709-733 {sj}

Brian A'Hearn, Institutions, externalities and economic growth in southern Italy: evidence from the cotton textile industry, 1861-1914, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 51, 1998, p. 734-762 {sj}

Stephen Dobson; John Goddard, Performance, revenue and cross subsidization in the Football League, 1927-1994, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 51, 1998, p. 763-785 {sj}

Matthew Hale; Richard Hawkins; Frank Jones; Michael Partridge, Annual List of Publications in 1997, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 51, 1998, p. 786-822 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 823-862 {sj}


Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series, 52, 1999

J.N. Hare, Growth and recession in the fifteenth-century economy: the Wiltshire textile industry and the countryside, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 52, 1999, p. 1-26 {sj}

Tom Nicholas, Businessmen and land ownership in the late nineteenth century, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 52, 1999, p. 27-44 {sj}

A.J. Arnold, Profitability and capital accumulation in British industry during the transwar period, 1913-1924, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 52, 1999, p. 45-68 {sj}

Mitsuhiko Kimura, From fascism to communism: continuity and development of collectivist economic policy in North Korea, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 52, 1999, p. 69-86 {sj}

John Iliffe, The South African Economy, 1652-1997 [Essays in Bibliography and Criticism], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 52, 1999, p. 87-103 {sj}

R.H. Britnell; Nigel Goose; Robin Pearson; Jim Tomlinson, Review of Periodical Literature 1997, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 52, 1999, p. 104-143 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 144-187 {sj}

Robert C. Allen, Tracking the agricultural revolution in England [Surveys and Speculations], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 52, 1999, p. 209-235 {sj}

Leonard Schwarz, English servants and their employers during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 52, 1999, p. 236-256 {sj}

T.V. Jackson, British incomes circa 1800, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 52, 1999, p. 257-283 {sj}

David Sunderland, Principals and agents: the activities of the Crown Agents for the colonies, 1880-1914, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 52, 1999, p. 284-306 {sj}

Caroline Fohlin, The rise of interlocking directorates in imperial Germany, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 52, 1999, p. 307-333 {sj}

G.A. Fleming, Agricultural support policies in a small open economy: New Zealand in the 1920s, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 52, 1999, p. 334-354 {sj}

J.F. Wright, British government borrowing in wartime, 1750-1815, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 52, 1999, p. 355-361 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 362-402 {sj}

Roy Church, New perspectives on the history of products, firms, marketing and consumers in Britain and the United States since the mid-nineteenth century [Surveys and Speculations], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 52, 1999, p. 405-435 {sj}

R.G. Wilson; A.J. Mackley, How much did the English country house cost to build, 1660-1880?, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 52, 1999, p. 436-468 {sj}

Charles Harvey; Edmund M. Green; Penelope J. Corfield, Continuity, change and specialization within metropolitain London: the economy of Westminster, 1740-1820, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 52, 1999, p. 469-493 {sj}

Sara Horrell; Deborah Oxley, Crust or Crumb? Intrahousehold resource allocation and male breadwinning in late Victorian Britain, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 52, 1999, p. 494-522 {sj}

J. Adam Tooze, Weimar's statistical economics: Ernst Wagemann, the Reich's Statistical Office and the Institute for Business-Cycle Research, 1925-1933, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 52, 1999, p. 523-543 {sj}

David Ormrod, Art and its markets [Essays in Bibliography and Criticism], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 52, 1999, p. 544-51 {sj}

Ben Fine, Household appliances and the use of time: the United States and Britain since the 1920s: a comment, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 52, 1999, p. 552-562 {sj}

Sue Bowden; Avner Offer, Household appliances and 'systems of provision': a reply, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 52, 1999, p. 563-567 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 568-96 {sj}

Margaret Yates, Change and continuities in rural society from the later middle ages to the sixteenth century: the contribution of west Berkshire, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 52, 1999, p. 617-637 {sj}

H.M. Boot, Real incomes of the British middle class, 1760-1850: the experience of clerks and the East India Company, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 52, 1999, p. 638-668 {sj}

Chibuike Ugochukwu Uche, Foreign banks, Africans and credit in colonial Nigeria, c. 1890-1912, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 52, 1999, p. 669-691 {sj}

Dudley Baines; Paul Johnson, In search of the 'traditional' working class: social mobility and occupational continuity in interwar London, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 52, 1999, p. 692-713 {sj}

Farley Grubb, Withering heights: did indentured servants shrink from an encounter with Malthus? A comment on Komlos, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 52, 1999, p. 714-729 {sj}

John Komlos, On the nature of the Malthusian threat in the eighteenth century, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 52, 1999, p. 730-748 {sj}

Javier Cuenca Esteban, Factory costs, market prices and Indian calicos: cotton textile prices revisited, 1779-1831, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 52, 1999, p. 749-755 {sj}

C. Knick Harley, Cotton textile prices revisited: a response to Cuenca Esteban, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 52, 1999, p. 756-765 {sj}

Matthew Hale; Richard Hawkins; Michael Partridge, Annual List of Publications in 1998, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 52, 1999, p. 766-802 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 803-844 {sj}


Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 53, 2000

Kent G. Deng, A critical survey of recent research in Chinese economic history, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 53, 2000, p. 1-28 {sj}

Kevin Greene, Technological innovation and economic progress in the ancient world: M.I. Finley re-considered, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 53, 2000, p. 29-59 {sj}

T.H. Lloyd, Early Elizabethan investigations into exchange and the value of sterling, 1558-1568, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 53, 2000, p. 60-83 {sj}

A.J. Gritt, The census and the servant: a reassessment ofthe decline and distribution of farm service in early nineteenth-century England, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 53, 2000, p. 84-106 {sj}

Ian Blanchard, Russian railway construction and the Urals charcoal iron and steel industry, 1851-1914, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 53, 2000, p. 107-126 {sj}

   Review of Periodical Literature in 1998, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 53, 2000, p. 127-175 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 176-211 {sj}

B.W. Higman, The sugar revolution, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 53, 2000, p. 213-236 {sj}

Harry Kitsikopoulos, Standards of living and capital formation in pre-plague England: a peasant budget model, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 53, 2000, p. 237-261 {sj}

Robin Haines; Ralph Shlomowitz, Explaining the mortality decline in the eighteenth-century British slave trade, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 53, 2000, p. 262-283 {sj}

Luca Einaudi, From the franc to the 'Europe': the attempted transformation of the Latin Monetary Union into a European Monetary Union, 1865-1873, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 53, 2000, p. 284-308 {sj}

Blanca Sánchez-Alonso, European emigration in the late nineteenth century: the paradoxical case of Spain, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 53, 2000, p. 309-330 {sj}

Astrid Ringe; Neil Rollings, Responding to relative decline: the creation of the National Economic Development Council, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 53, 2000, p. 331-353 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 354-408 {sj}

Hugh Cunningham, The decline of child labour: labour markets and family economies in Europe and North America since 1830, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 53, 2000, p. 409-428 {sj}

Maryanne Kowaleski, The expansion of south-western fisheries in late medieval England, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 53, 2000, p. 429-454 {sj}

Jeremy Boulton, Food prices and the standard of living in London in the 'century of revolution', 1580-1700, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 53, 2000, p. 455-492 {sj}

Pierre Claude Reynard, Manufacturing quality in the pre-industrial age: finding value in diversity, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 53, 2000, p. 493-516 {sj}

Timothy J. Hatton; Roy E. Bailey, Seebohm Rowntree and the postwar poverty puzzle, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 53, 2000, p. 517-543 {sj}

Nicholas J. White, The business and the politics of decolonization: the British experience in the twentieth century, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 53, 2000, p. 544-564 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 565-620 {sj}

Roy Church, Advertising consumer goods in nineteenth-century Britain: reinterpretations, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 53, 2000, p. 621-645 {sj}

Stephen Hipkin, Tenant farming and short-term leasing on Romney Marsh, 1587-1705, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 53, 2000, p. 646-676 {sj}

Margaret Spufford, The cost of apparel in seventeenth-century England and the accuracy of Gregory King, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 53, 2000, p. 677-705 {sj}

Pat Hudson; Steve King, Two textile townships, c. 1660-1820: a comparative demographic analysis, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 53, 2000, p. 706-741 {sj}

Patricia L. Garside, The impact of philanthropy: housing provision and the Sutton Model Dwellings Trust, 1900-1939, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 53, 2000, p. 742-766 {sj}

Julia A. Smith, Land ownership and social change in late nineteenth-century Britain, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 53, 2000, p. 767-776 {sj}

Tom Nicholas, Businessmen and land ownership in the late nineteenth century revisited, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 53, 2000, p. 777-782 {sj}

Matthew Hale; Richard Hawkins; Michael Partridge, Annual List of Publications on the economic and social history of Great Britain and Ireland published in 1999, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 53, 2000, p. 783-820 {sj}

   Book reviews, p. 821-852 {sj}


Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series, 54, 2001

R.H. Britnell, Specialization of work in England, 1100-1300, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 54, 2001, p. 1-16 {sj}

Evan T. Jones, Illcit business: accounting for smuggling in mid-sixteenth-century Bristol, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 54, 2001, p. 17-38 {sj}

Laurence Fontaine, Antonio and Shylock: credit and trust in France, c. 1680-c. 1780, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 54, 2001, p. 39-57 {sj}

Javier Cuenca Esteban, The British balance of payments, 1772-1820: India transfers and war finance, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 54, 2001, p. 58-86 {sj}

Timothy J. Hatton; Roy E. Bailey, Women's work in census and survey, 1911-1931, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 54, 2001, p. 87-107 {sj}

Peter Razzell, Did smallpox reduce height? A final comment, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 54, 2001, p. 108-109 {sj}

Timothy Luenig; Hans-Joachim Voth, Smallpox really did reduce height: a reply to Razzell, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 54, 2001, p. 110-114 {sj}

   Review of Periodical Literature, 1999, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 54, 2001, p. 115-174 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 175-213 {sj}

Barbara Harvey; Jim Oeppen, Patterns of morbidity in late medieval England: a sample from Westminster Abbey, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 54, 2001, p. 215-239 {sj}

E.H. Hunt; S.J. Pam, Managerial failure in late Victorian Britain?: land use and English agriculture, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 54, 2001, p. 240-266 {sj}

A.J. Arnold, 'Riches beyond the dreams of avarice'?: commercial returns on British warship construction, 1889-1914, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 54, 2001, p. 267-289 {sj}

W.G. Huff, Entitlements, destitution, and emigration in the 1390s Singapore great depression, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 54, 2001, p. 290-323 {sj}

A.O. Ritschl, Nazi economic imperialism and the exploitation of the small: evidence from Germany's secret foreign exchange balances, 1938-1940, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 54, 2001, p. 324-345 {sj}

Alan Booth, New revisionists and the Keynesian era in British economic policy, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 54, 2001, p. 346-366 {sj}

   Book reviews, p. 367-412 {sj}

S.J. Payling, The economics of marriage in late medieval England: the marriage of heiresses, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 54, 2001, p. 413-429 {sj}

Sheilagh Ogilvie, The economic world of the Bohemian serf: economic concepts, preferences and constraints on the estate of Friedland, 1583-1692, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 54, 2001, p. 430-453 {sj}

Stephen D. Behrendt; David Eltis; David Richardson, The costs of coercion: African agency in the pre-modern Atlantic world, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 54, 2001, p. 454-476 {sj}

Gregory Clark, Farm wages and living standards in the industrial revolution: England, 1670-1869, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 54, 2001, p. 477-505 {sj}

T.G. Burnard, 'Prodigious riches': the wealth of Jamaicy before the American Revolution, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 54, 2001, p. 506-524 {sj}

Susannah Morris, Market solutions for social problems: working-class housing in nineteenth-century London, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 54, 2001, p. 525-545 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 546-593 {sj}

Martin Allen, The volume of the English currency, 1158-1470, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 54, 2001, p. 595-611 {sj}

David Stone, Medieval farm management and technological mentalities: Hinderclay before the Black Death, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 54, 2001, p. 612-638 {sj}

Ben Baack, Forging a nation state: the Continental Congress and the financing of the War of American Independence, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 54, 2001, p. 639-656 {sj}

Robin Pearson; David Richardson, Business networking in the industrial revolution, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 54, 2001, p. 657-679 {sj}

Paul Hudson, English emigraiton to New Zealand, 1839-1850: information diffusion and marketing in a new world, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 54, 2001, p. 680-698 {sj}

Robert Millward; Frances Bell, Infant mortality in Victorian Britain: the mother as medium, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 54, 2001, p. 699-733 {sj}

Matthew Hale; Richard Hawkins; Michael Patridge, Annual List of Publications in 2000, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 54, 2001, p. 734-770 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 771-815 {sj}


Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series, 55, 2002

Maxine Berg, From imitation to invention: creating commodities in eighteenth-century Britain, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 55, 2002, p. 1-30 {sj}

Colin Smith, The wholesale and retail markets of London, 1660-1840, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 55, 2002, p. 31-50 {sj}

Stephen Broadberry; Andrew Marrison, External economies of scale in the Lancashire cotton industry, 1900-1950, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 55, 2002, p. 51-77 {sj}

Peter Scott, Towards the 'cult of the equity'? Insurance companies and the interwar capital market, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 55, 2002, p. 78-104 {sj}

Byung-Yeon Kim, Causes of repressed inflation in the Soviet consumer market, 1965-1989, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 55, 2002, p. 105-127 {sj}

R.H. Britnell; Steve Hindle; R.C. Nash; Roger Middleton, Review of Periodical Literature, 2000, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 55, 2002, p. 128-185 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 186-217 {sj}

Nils Hybel, The Grain Trade in Northern Europe before 1350, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 55, 2002, p. 219-247 {sj}

Glyn Redworth, Philip I of England, embezzlement and the quantity theory of money, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 55, 2002, p. 248-261 {sj}

K.D.M. Snell, English rural societies and geographical marital endogamy, 1700-1837, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 55, 2002, p. 262-298 {sj}

Nicola Verdon, The rural labour market in the early nineteenth century: women's and children's employment, family income and the 1834 Poort Law Report, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 55, 2002, p. 299-323 {sj}

Valery Lazarev; Paul R. Gregory, The wheels of a command economy: allocating Soviet vehicles, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 55, 2002, p. 324-348 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 349 {sj}

F.M.L. Thompson, Theo Barker [Obituary], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 55, 2002, p. V-IX {sj}

Mark Harrison, Coercion, compliance and the collapse of the Soviet command economy, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 55, 2002, p. 397-433 {sj}

S.D. Smith, Merchants and planters revisited, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 55, 2002, p. 434-465 {sj}

H.V. Bowen, Sinews of trade and empire: the supply of commodity exports to the East India Company during the late eighteenth century, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 55, 2002, p. 466-486 {sj}

Timothy W. Guinnane; Cormac Ó Gráda, Mortality in the North Dublin Union during the Great Famine, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 55, 2002, p. 487-506 {sj}

Tirthankar Roy, Acceptance of innovations in early twentieth-century Indian weaving, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 55, 2002, p. 507-532 {sj}

Martin Gorsky; John Mohan; Martin Powell, The financial health of voluntary hospitals in interwar Britain, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 55, 2002, p. 533-557 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 558 {sj}

Junichi Kanzaka, Villein rents in thirteenth-century England: an analysis of the Hundred Rolls of 1279-1280, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 55, 2002, p. 593-618 {sj}

Jan Luiten van Zanden, The 'revolt of the early modernists' and the 'first modern economy': an assessment, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 55, 2002, p. 619-641 {sj}

Chris Evans; Owen Jackson; Göran Rydén, Baltic iron and the British iron industry in the eighteenth century, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 55, 2002, p. 642-665 {sj}

Alan G. Green; Mary MacKinnon; Chris Minns, Dominion or Republic? Migrants to North America from the United Kingdom, 1870-1910, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 55, 2002, p. 666-696 {sj}

David Greasley; Les Oxley, Regime shift and fast recovery on the periphery: New Zealand in the 1930s, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 55, 2002, p. 697-720 {sj}

Matthew Hale; Richard Hawkins; Michael Patridge, Annual list of publications on the economic and social history of Great Britain and Ireland published in 2001, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 55, 2002, p. 721-759 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 760 {sj}


Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series, 56, 2003

Alan Booth, The manufacturing failure hypothesis and the performance of British industry during the long boom, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 56, 2003, p. 1-33 {sj}

H.M. Dunsford; S.J. Harris, Colonization of the wasteland in County Durham, 1100-1400, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 56, 2003, p. 34-56 {sj}

W. Fritschy, A 'financial revolution' revisited: public finance in Holland during the Dutch revolt, 1568-1648, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 56, 2003, p. 57-89 {sj}

Timothy Leunig, A British industrial success: productivity in the Lancashire and New England cotton-spinning industries a century ago, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 56, 2003, p. 90-117 {sj}

G.C. Peden, New revisionists and the Keynsian era in British economic policy: a comment, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 56, 2003, p. 118-124 {sj}

Alan Booth, New revisionists and the Keynsian era: an expanding consensus?, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 56, 2003, p. 125-130 {sj}

R.H. Britnell; Steve Hindle; R.C. Nash; Sue Bowden; D.M. Higgins, Review of periodical literature published in 2001, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 56, 2003, p. 131-180 {sj}

   Book Reviews, p. 181 {sj}

François Crouzet, The historiography of French economic growth in the nineteenth century, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 56, 2003, p. 215-42 {sj}

John S. Lee, Feeding the colleges: Cambridge's food and fuel supplies, 1450-1560, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 56, 2003, p. 243-64 {sj}

Liam Brunt, Rehabilitation Arthur Young, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 56, 2003, p. 265-99 {sj}

W.F. Huff, Monetization and financial development in Southeast Asia before the Second World War, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 56, 2003, p. 300-45 {sj}

Eileen Spring, A comment on Payling's 'Economics of marriage', in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 56, 2003, p. 346-50 {sj}

S.J. Payling, 'The economics of marriage': a reply to Spring, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 56, 2003, p. 351-54 {sj}

John F. Wilson; Andrew Popp, Business networking in the industrial revolution: some comments, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 56, 2003, p. 355-61 {sj}

Robin Pearson; David Richardson, Business networking in the industrial revolution: riposte to some comments, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 56, 2003, p. 362-8 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 56, 2003, p. 369 {sj}

Robert C. Allen, Progress and poverty in early modern Europe, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 56, 2003, p. 403-443 {sj}

Liam Brunt, Mechanical innovation in the industrial revolution: the case of plough design, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 56, 2003, p. 444-477 {sj}

George Selgin, Steam, hot air and small change: Matthew Boulton and the reform of Britain's coinage, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 56, 2003, p. 478-509 {sj}

David R. Green; Alastair Owens, Gentlewomanly capitalism? Spinsters, widows and wealth holding in England and Wales, c. 1800-1860, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 56, 2003, p. 510-536 {sj}

Christine Macleod; Jennifer Tann; James Andrew; Jeremy Stein, Evaluating inventive activity: the cost of nineteenth-century UK patents and the fallibility of renewal data, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 56, 2003, p. 537-562 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 56, 2003, p. 563 {sj}

H.R. French; R.W. Hoyle, English Individualism refuted — and reasserted: the land market of Earls Colne (Essex), 1550-1750, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 56, 2003, p. 595-622 {sj}

Deborah Oxley, 'The seat of death and terror': urbanization, stunting and smallpox, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 56, 2003, p. 623-656 {sj}

Roger Burt, Freemasonry and business networking during the Victorian period, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 56, 2003, p. 657-688 {sj}

Andrew Thompson; Gary Magee, A soft touch? British Industry, empire markets and the self-governing dominions, c. 1870-1914, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 56, 2003, p. 689-717 {sj}

Stephen Broadberry; Nicholas Crafts, UK productivity performance from 1950 to 1979: a restatement of the Broadberry-Crafts view, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 56, 2003, p. 718-735 {sj}

Alan Booth, The Broadberry-Crafts view and the evidence: a reply, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 56, 2003, p. 736-742 {sj}

Matthew Hale; Richard Hawkins; Michael Partridge, Annual list of publications in 2002, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 56, 2003, p. 743-787 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 56, 2003, p. 788 {sj}


Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series, 57, 2004

Pamela Nightingale, The lay subsidies and the distribution of wealth in medieval England, 1275-1334, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 57, 2004, p. 1-32 {sj}

Liam Brunt; Edmund Cannon, The Irish grain trade from the Famine to the First World War, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 57, 2004, p. 33-79 {sj}

James Simpson, Selling to reluctant drinkers: The British wine market, 1860-1914, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 57, 2004, p. 80-108 {sj}

Peter Scott; Peter Walsh, Patterns and determinants of manufacturing plant location in interwar London, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 57, 2004, p. 109-141 {sj}

Sarah Stockwell, Trade, empire and the fiscal context of imperial business during decolonization, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 57, 2004, p. 142-160 {sj}

David Pratt; S.H. Rigby; Steve Hindle; R.C. Nash; Sue Bowden; David M. Higgins, Review of Periodical Literature, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 57, 2004, p. 161-220 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 57, 2004, p. 221 {sj}

Ben Dodds, Estimating arable output using Durham Priory tithe receipts, 1341-1450, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 57, 2004, p. 245-285 {sj}

Sheilagh Ogilvie, Guilds, efficiency and social capital: evidence from German proto-industry, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 57, 2004, p. 286-333 {sj}

David R. Stead, Risk and risk management in English agriculture, c. 1750-1850, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 57, 2004, p. 334-361 {sj}

Frank Geary; Tom Stark, Trends in real wages during the industrial revolution: a view from across the Irish Sea, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 57, 2004, p. 362-395 {sj}

Peter Howlett, The internal labour dynamics of the Great Eastern Railway Company, 1870-1913, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 57, 2004, p. 396-422 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 57, 2004, p. 423 {sj}

, , in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 57, 2004, p. {sj}

Giovanni Federico; Paolo Malanima, Progress, decline, growth: product and productivity in italian agriculture, 1000-2000, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 57, 2004, p. 437-464 {sj}

James Davis, Baking for the common good: a reassessment of the assize of bread in medieval England, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 57, 2004, p. 465-502 {sj}

Bas J.P. van Bavel; Jan Luiten van Zanden, The jump-start of the Holland economy during the late-medieval crisis, c. 1350-c. 1500, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 57, 2004, p. 503-532 {sj}

Francesca Carnevali, 'Crooks, thieves and receivers': transaction costs in nineteenth-century industrial Birmingham, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 57, 2004, p. 533-550 {sj}

Catherine R. Schenk, The empire strikes back: Hong Kong and the decline of sterling in the 1960s, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 57, 2004, p. 551-580 {sj}

   Reviews, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 57, 2004, p. 581-605 {sj}

Paul Slack, Measuring the national wealth in seventeenth-century England, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 57, 2004, p. 607-635 {sj}

Eugene N. White, From privatized to government-administered tax collection: tax farming in eighteenth-century France, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 57, 2004, p. 636-663 {sj}

Joyce Burnette, The wages and employment of female day-labourers in English agriculture, 1740-1850, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 57, 2004, p. 664-690 {sj}

David Clayton, The consumption of radio broadcast technologies in Hong Kong, c. 1930-1960, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 57, 2004, p. 691-726 {sj}

Matthew Hale, Richard Hawkins, Michael Partridge, Annual list of publications on the economic and social history of Great Britain and Ireland published in 2003, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 57, 2004, p. 727-771 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 57, 2004, p. 772-806 {sj}


Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series, 58, 2005

Peter King, The production and consumption of bar iron in early modern England and Wales, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 58, 2005, p. 1-33 {sj}

Joerg Baten; Rainer Schulz, Making profits in wartime: corporate profits, inequality and GDP in Germany during the First World War, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 58, 2005, p. 34-56 {sj}

Peter J. Atkins, Fattening children or fattening farmers? School milk in Britain, 1921-1941, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 58, 2005, p. 57-78 {sj}

John Sedgwick; Michael Pokorny, The film business in the United States and Britain during the 1930s, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 58, 2005, p. 79-112 {sj}

Geoffrey Jones; Peter Miskell, European integration and corporate restructuring: the strategy of Unilever, c. 1957-c. 1990, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 58, 2005, p. 113-139 {sj}

David Pratt; S.H. Rigby; Steve Hindle; R.C. Nash; David M. Higgins, Review of periodical literature, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 58, 2005, p. 140-195 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 58, 2005, p. 196-232 {sj}

Richard S. Dale; Johnnie E.V. Johnson; Leilei Tang, Financial markets can go mad: evidence of irrational behaviour during the South Sea Bubble, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 58, 2005, p. 233-271 {sj}

Frans van Poppel; Marianne Jonker; Kees Mandemakers, Differential infant and child mortality in three Dutch regions, 1812-1909, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 58, 2005, p. 272-309 {sj}

Gerben Bakker, The decline and fall of the European film industry: sunk costs, market size and market structure, 1890-1927, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 58, 2005, p. 310-351 {sj}

Michael French, Commercials, careers and culture: travelling salesmen in Britain, 1890s-1930s, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 58, 2005, p. 352-377 {sj}

Sean O'Connell; Christ Reid, Working-class consumer credit in the UK, 1925-60: the role of the check trader, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 58, 2005, p. 378-405 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 58, 2005, p. 406-430 {sj}

John Munro, Spanish merino wools and the nouvelles draperies: an industrial transformation in the late medieval Low Countries, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 58, 2005, p. 431-484 {sj}

Samantha Williams, Poor relief, labourers' households and living standards in rural England c. 1770-1834: a Bedfordshire case study, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 58, 2005, p. 485-519 {sj}

Ingrid Henriksen; Kevin H. O'Rourke, Incentives, technology and the shift to year-round dairying in late nineteenth-century Denmark, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 58, 2005, p. 520-554 {sj}

Jim Tomlinson, Managing the economy, managing the people: Britain c. 1931-70, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 58, 2005, p. 555-585 {sj}

Jeremy Atack; Fred Bateman; Robert A. Margo, Capital deepening and the rise of the factory: the American experience during the nineteenth century, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 58, 2005, p. 586-595 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 58, 2005, p. 596-636 {sj}

Chris Briggs, Taxation, warfare and the early fourteenth century 'crisis' in the north: Cumberland lay subsidies, 1332-1348, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 58, 2005, p. 639-672

David Eltis; Frank D. Lewis; David Richardson, Slave prices, the African slave trade and productivity in the Caribbean, 1674-1807, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 58, 2005, p. 673-700

J.K.J. Thomson, Explaining the 'take-off' of the Catalan cotton industry, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 58, 2005, p. 701-735

Namsuk Kim; John Joseph Wallis, The market for American state government bonds in Britain and the United States, 1830-43, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 58, 2005, p. 736-764

Pablo Astorga; Ame R. Berges; Valpy FitzGerald, The standard of living in Latin America during the twentieth century, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 58, 2005, p. 765-796

Matthew Hale; Richard Hawkins; Catherine Wright, Annual list of publications in 2004, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 58, 2005, p. 797-831

   Book Reviews, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 58, 2005, p. 832-875


Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series, 59, 2006

   Editorial, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 59, 2006, p. 1

Stephen Broadberry; Bishnupriya Gupta, The early modern great divergence: wages, prices and economic development in Europe and Asia, 1500-1800, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 59, 2006, p. 2-31

Tom Arkell, Illuminations and distortions: Gregory King's Scheme calculated for the year 1688 and the social structure of late Stuart England, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 59, 2006, p. 32-69

Niall Ferguson, Political risk and the international bond market between the 1848 revolution and the outbreak of the First World War, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 59, 2006, p. 70-112

Andrei Markevich; Mark Harrison, Quality, experience and monopoly: the Soviet market for weapons under Stalin, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 59, 2006, p. 113-142

Martin Chick, The marginalist approach and the making of fuel policy in France and Britain, 1945-72, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 59, 2006, p. 143-167

David Pratt; S.H. Rigby; Henry French; R.C. Nash; David M. Higgins, Review of periodical literature, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 59, 2006, p. 168-219

   Book Reviews, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 59, 2006, p. 220-263

Martin Rorke, English and Scottish overseas trade, 1300-1600, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 59, 2006, p. 265-288

Paul Warde, Subsistance and sales: the peasant economy of Württemberg in the early seventeenth century, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 59, 2006, p. 289-319

Graeme G. Acheson; John D. Turner, The impact of limited liability on ownership and control: Irish banking, 1877-1914, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 59, 2006, p. 320-346

Jochen Streb; Jörg Baten; Shuxi Yin, Technolocial and geographical knowledge spillover in the German empire 1877-1918, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 59, 2006, p. 347-373

Tetsuji Okazaki, 'Voice' and 'exit' in Japanese firms during the Second World War: Sanpo revisited, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 59, 2006, p. 374-394

   Book Reviews, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 59, 2006, p. 396-433

E.A. Wrigley, The transition to an advance organic economy: half a millennium of English agriculture, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 59, 2006, p. 435-480

Mats Olsson, Manorial economy and corvée labour in southern Sweden 1650-1850, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 59, 2006, p. 481-497

Ann M. Carlos; Larry Neal, The micro-foundations of the early London capital market: Bank of England shareholdes during and after the South Sea Bubble, 1720-25, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 59, 2006, p. 498-538

Gary B. Magee; Andrew S. Thompson, 'Lines of credit, debts of obligation': migrant remittances to Britain, c. 1875-1913, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 59, 2006, p. 539-577

John Welshman, The concept of the unemployable, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 59, 2006, p. 578-606

Timothy Leunig; Hans-Joachim Voth, Comment of 'Seat of Death and Terror', in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 59, 2006, p. 607-616

Deborah Oxley, 'Pitted by not pitied' or, does smallpox make you small?, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 59, 2006, p. 617-635

   Book Reviews, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 59, 2006, p. 636-665

John Hatcher; A.J. Piper; David Stone, Monastic mortality: Durham Priory, 1395-1529, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 59, 2006, p. 667-687

Joyce Burnette, How skilled were English agricultural labourers in the early nineteenth century?, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 59, 2006, p. 688-716

Peter M. Solar, Shipping and economic development in nineteenth-century Ireland, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 59, 2006, p. 717-742

Anthony Webster, The strategies and limits of gentlemanly capitalism: the London East India agency houses, provincial commercial insterests and the evolution of British economic policy in South and South East Asia 1800-50, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 59, 2006, p. 743-764

Marcelo de Pailva Abreu, Brazil as a debtor, 1824-1931, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 59, 2006, p. 765-787

Matthew Hale; Richard Hawkins; Catherine Wright, Annual list of publications in 2005, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 59, 2006, p. 788-838

   Book Reviews, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 59, 2006, p. 839-882


Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series, 60, 2007

Glen O'Hara, Towards a new Bradshaw? Economic statistics and the British state in the 1950s and 1960s, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 60, 2007, p. 1-34

E.A. Wrigley, English country populations in the later eighteenth century, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 60, 2007, p. 35-69

Graham Brownlow, The causes and consequences of rent-seeking in Northern ireland, 1945-72, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 60, 2007, p. 70-96

Gregory Clark, The long march of history: Farm wages, population and economic growth, England 1209-1869, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 60, 2007, p. 97-135

David Pratt; P.R. Schofield; Henry French; Peter Kirby; Mark Freeman and Julian Greaves; Hugh Pemberton, Review of periodical literature, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 60, 2007, p. 136-189

   Book Reviews, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 60, 2007, p. 190-240

Anne Booth, Night watchman, extractive or developmental states? Some evidence from late colonial south-east Asia, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 60, 2007, p. 241-266

William N. Goetzmann; Andrey D. Ukhov; Ning Zhu, China and the world financial markets 1870-1939: Modern lessons from historical globalization, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 60, 2007, p. 267-312

David Kessler; Peter Temin, The organization of the grain trade in the early Roman Empire, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 60, 2007, p. 313-332

Liam Brunt, Where there's muck, there's brass: the market for manure in the industrial revolution, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 60, 2007, p. 333-372

Robert Woods, Ancient and early modern mortality: experience and understandin, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 60, 2007, p. 373-399

   Book Reviews, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 60, 2007, p. 400-453

Jane Humphries, Announcing web-based submission process: Manuscript Central, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 60, 2007, p. 454-455

E.A. Wrigley, Erratum: English county populations in the later eighteenth century, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 60, 2007, p. 456

Samuel Cohn, After the Black Death: labour legislation and attitudes towards labour in late-medieval western Europe, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 60, 2007, p. 457-485

Michael J. Oliver; Arran Hamilton, Downhill from devaluation: The battle for sterling, 1968-72, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 60, 2007, p. 486-512

T.K. Dennison; Sheilagh Ogilvie, Serfdom and social capital in Bohemia and Russia, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 60, 2007, p. 513-544

Ian Mitchell, The changing role of fairs in the long eighteenth century: evidence from the north midlands, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 60, 2007, p. 545-573

John C. Brown; Timothy W. Guinnane, Regions and time in the European fertility transition: problems in the Princeton Project's statistical methodology, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 60, 2007, p. 574-595

   Book Reviews, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 60, 2007, p. 596-648

Sheilagh Ogilvie, 'Whatever is, is right'? Economic institutions in pre-industrial Europe, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 60, 2007, p. 649-684

Natasha Glaisyer, Calculating credibility: print culture, trust and economic figures in early eighteenth-century England, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 60, 2007, p. 685-711

Jaime Reis, An 'art', not a 'science'? Central bank management in Portugal under the gold standard, 1863-87, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 60, 2007, p. 712-741

Gary S. Shea, Financial market analysis can go mad (in the search for irrational behaviour during the South Sea Bubble), in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 60, 2007, p. 742-765

Richard Dale; Johnnie E.V. Johnson; Leilei Tang, Pitfalls in the quest for South Sea rationality, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 60, 2007, p. 766-772

Matthew Hale; Richard Hawkins; Catherine Wright, List of publications on the economic and social history of Great Britain and ireland published in 2006, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 60, 2007, p. 773-826

   Book Reviews, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 60, 2007, p. 827-877


Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series, 61, 2008

Jordi Domenech, labour market adjustment a hundred years ago: the case of the Catalan textile industry, 1880-1913, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 61, 2008, p. 1-25

Patrick Wallis, Consumption, retailing and medicine in early-modern London, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 61, 2008, p. 26-53

Wray Vamplew, Successful workers or exploited labour? Gold professionals and professional golfers in Britain 1888-1914, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 61, 2008, p. 54-79

Richard Hayman, Charcoal ironmaking in nineteenth-century Shropshire, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 61, 2008, p. 89-98

Peter Scott, Die owner-occupation lead to smaller families for interwar working-class households?, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 61, 2008, p. 99-124

Geoffrey Jones, Blonde and blue-eyed? Globalizing beauty, c. 1945-c. 1980, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 61, 2008, p. 125-154

S.R. Epstein, Craft guilds in the pre-modern economy: a discussion, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 61, 2008, p. 155-174

Sheilagh Ogilvie, Rehabilitating the guilds: a reply, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 61, 2008, p. 175-182

David Pratt; P.R. Schofield; Henry French; Peter Kirby; Mark Freeman; Julian Greaves; Hugh Pemberton, Review of periodical literature, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 61, 2008, p. 183-230

   Book Reviews, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 61, 2008, p. 231-276

Judith Spicksley, Usury legislation, cash and credit: the development of the female investor in the late Tudor and Stuart periods, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 61, 2008, p. 277-301

Alan Gillie, Identifying the poor in the 1870s and 1880s, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 61, 2008, p. 302-325

Michael Huberman, Ticket to trade: Belgian labour and globalization before 1914, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 61, 2008, p. 326-359

J.L. Bolton; Francesco Guidi Bruscoli, When did Antwerp replace Bruges ad the commercial and fiancial centre of north-western Europe? The evidence of the Borromei ledger for 1438, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 61, 2008, p. 360-379

H.M. Boot; J.H. Maindonald, New estimates of age- and sex-specific earnings and the male-female earnings gap in the British cotton industry, 1833-1906, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 61, 2008, p. 380-408

Neil Rollings; Matthias Kipping, Private transnational governance in the heyday of the nation-state: the Council of European Industrial Federations (CEIF), in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 61, 2008, p. 409-431

N. Draper, The City of London and slavery: evidence from the first dock companies, 1795-1800, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 61, 2008, p. 432-466

Alun Howkins; Nicola Verdon, Adaptable and substainable? Male farm service and the agricultural labour force in midland and southern England, c. 1850-1925, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 61, 2008, p. 467-495

   Book Reviews, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 61, 2008, p. 496-539

Peter Temin; Hans-Joachim Voth, Private borrowing during the financial revolution: Hoare's Bank and its customers, 1702-24, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 61, 2008, p. 541-564

Anne Laurence, The emergence of a private clientele for banks in the early eighteenth century: Hoare's Bank and some women customers, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 61, 2008, p. 565-586

Gareth Austin, Resources, techniques and strategies south of the Sahara: revising the factor endowments perspective on African economic development, 1500-2000, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 61, 2008, p. 587-624

Trevor Griffiths; Philip Hunt; Patrick O'Brien, Scottish, Irish and imperial connections: Parliament, the three kingdoms and the mechanization of cotton spinning in eighteenth-century Britain, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 61, 2008, p. 625-650

Ian Gazeley, Women's pay in British industry during the Second World War, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 61, 2008, p. 651-671

Alexander J. Field, The impact of the Second World War on US productivity growth, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 61, 2008, p. 672-694

Roy Church, Salesmen and the transformation of selling in Britain and the US in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 61, 2008, p. 695-725

   Book Reviews, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 61, 2008, p. 726-771

Astrid Kander, Is it simply getting worse? Agriculture and Swedish greenhouse gas emissions over 200 years, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 61, 2008, p. 773-797

Nigel Goose, Cottage industry, migration and marriage in nineteenth-century England, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 61, 2008, p. 798-819

A. Bielenberg, What happened to Irish industry after the British industrial revolution? Some evidence from the first UK Census of Production in 1907, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 61, 2008, p. 820-841

Nicholas Crafts; Timothy Leunig; Abay Mulatu, Were British railway companies well managed in the early twentieth century?, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 61, 2008, p. 842-866

Jonas Scherner, The beginnings of Nazi autarky policy: the 'National Pulp Programme' and the origin of regional staple fibre plants, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 61, 2008, p. 867-895

Bruce M.S. Campbell, Benchmarking medieval economic development: England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland, c. 1290, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 61, 2008, p. 896-945

Bruce M.S. Campbell, Corrigendum: Benchmarking medieval economic development: England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland, c. 1290, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 61, 2008, p. 946-948

Matthew Hale; Richard Hawkins; Catherine Wright, List of publications on the economic and social history of Great Britain and Ireland published in 2007, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 61, 2008, p. 949-995

   Book Reviews, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 61, 2008, p. 996-1044

Steve Hindle; Jane Humphries, Feeding the masses: plenty, want and the distribution of food and drink in historical perspective. Editors' introduction, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 61, No. S1: Special Issue: Feeding the Masses: Plenty, Want and the Distribution of Food and Drink in Historical Perspective, 2008, p. S1-S4

Cormac Ó Gráda, The ripple that drowns? Twentieth-century famines in China and India as economic history [The Tawney Lecture], in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 61, No. S1: Special Issue: Feeding the Masses: Plenty, Want and the Distribution of Food and Drink in Historical Perspective, 2008, p. S5-S37

Phillipp R. Schofield, The social economy of the medieval village in the early fourteenth century, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 61, No. S1: Special Issue: Feeding the Masses: Plenty, Want and the Distribution of Food and Drink in Historical Perspective, 2008, p. S38-S63

Steve Hindle, Dearth and the English revolution: the harvest crisis of 1647-50, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 61, No. S1: Special Issue: Feeding the Masses: Plenty, Want and the Distribution of Food and Drink in Historical Perspective, 2008, p. S64-S98

Stephen Hipkin, The structure, development and politics of the Kent grain trade, 1552-1647, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 61, No. S1: Special Issue: Feeding the Masses: Plenty, Want and the Distribution of Food and Drink in Historical Perspective, 2008, p. S99-S139

Mette Ejrnæs; Karl Gunnar Persson; Søren Rich, Feeding the British: convergence and market efficiency in the nineteenth-century grain trade, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 61, No. S1: Special Issue: Feeding the Masses: Plenty, Want and the Distribution of Food and Drink in Historical Perspective, 2008, p. S140-S171

Anne E.C. McCants, Poor consumers as global consumers: the diffusion of tea and coffee drinking in the eighteenth century, in: Economic History Review (EcHR) 2nd Series 61, No. S1: Special Issue: Feeding the Masses: Plenty, Want and the Distribution of Food and Drink in Historical Perspective, 2008, p. S172-S200


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