Economic History Review

The Economic History Review is published quarterly and each volume contains over 800 pages. It is an invaluable source of information and is available free to members of the Economic History Society. Publishing reviews of books, periodicals and information technology, The Review will keep anyone interested in economic and social history abreast of current developments in the subject. It aims at broad coverage of themes of economic and social change, including the intellectual, political and cultural implications of these changes.

Quarterly: February, May, August, November.

Publisher: 
Wiley-Blackwell
ISSN (print): 
0013-0117
ISSN (online): 
1468-0289

Latest articles

Review of periodical literature on continental Europe from 1700 published in 2013
Eric Schneider, Matthias Morys, Markus Lampe, Kerstin Enflo, ONLINE EARLY
Duplication without constraints: Álvarez-Nogal and Chamley's analysis of debt policy under Philip II
Mauricio Drelichman, Hans-Joachim Voth, ONLINE EARLY
Interlopers and disorderly brethren at the Stade Mart: commercial regulations and practices amongst the Merchant Adventurers of England in the late Elizabethan period
Thomas Leng, ONLINE EARLY
Pestilence, poverty, and provision: re-evaluating the role of the popolani in early modern Venice
Ioanna Iordanou, ONLINE EARLY
Communal property rights and land redistributions in Late Tsarist Russia
Steven Nafziger, ONLINE EARLY
The decline of an aristocratic stud: the stud of Edward Lord Harley, 2nd Earl of Oxford and Mortimer, at Welbeck (Nottinghamshire), 1717–29
Peter Edwards, ONLINE EARLY
The Danish agricultural revolution in an energy perspective: a case of development with few domestic energy sources
Sofia Teives Henriques, Paul Sharp, ONLINE EARLY
After us, the deluge: German miners’ experience with pay-as-you-go pensions and the intergenerational contract before the great inflation
TOBIAS A. JOPP, ONLINE EARLY
Can public policies lower religiosity? Evidence from school choice in France, 1878–1902
RAPHAËL FRANCK, NOEL D. JOHNSON, ONLINE EARLY
The maintenance of bastard children in London, 1790–1834
SAMANTHA WILLIAMS, ONLINE EARLY
South Africa in the Australian mirror: per capita real GDP in the Cape Colony, Natal, Victoria, and New South Wales, 1861–1909
Gary B. Magee, Lorraine Greyling, Grietjie Verhoef, ONLINE EARLY
Inheritance taxation in Sweden, 1885–2004: the role of ideology, family firms, and tax avoidance†
MAGNUS HENREKSON, DANIEL WALDENSTRÖM, ONLINE EARLY
Non-legal-tender paper money: the structure and performance of Maryland's bills of credit, 1767–75
JAMES CELIA, FARLEY GRUBB, ONLINE EARLY
Debby Banham and Rosamond Faith, Anglo-Saxon farms and farming (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014. Pp. xv + 336. 51 figs. 9 plates. 4 tabs. ISBN 9780199207947 Hbk. £65.00)
Stephen Rippon, ONLINE EARLY

Volume 69 (1)

Issue Information - TOC
vol. 69 (1): 1-2
Review of periodical literature published in 2014
Michael Costen, Philip Slavin, Mark Hailwood, Patrick Walsh, Amanda Wilkinson, Peter Cirenza, vol. 69 (1): 314-360
Gervase Rosser, The art of solidarity in the middle ages: guilds in England 1250–1550 (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015. Pp. xiv + 235. 8 illus. ISBN 9780198201571 Hbk. £60)
Catherine Casson, vol. 69 (1): 362-363
Stephen Broadberry, Bruce M. S. Campbell, Alexander Klein, Mark Overton, and Bas van Leeuwen, British economic growth 1270–1870 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2015. Pp. xl + 461. 45 figs. 96 tabs. ISBN 9781107676497 Pbk. £24.99 ISBN 978110707078
Pat Hudson, vol. 69 (1): 363-365
Roger Morriss, Science, utility and maritime power: Samuel Bentham in Russia, 1779–91 (Farnham: Ashgate Publishing, 2015. Pp. xviii + 274. 2 maps. ISBN 9781472412676 Hbk. £70)
Megan Barford, vol. 69 (1): 365-366
Paul Laxton and Richard Rodger, Insanitary city: Henry Littlejohn and the condition of Edinburgh (Lancaster: Carnegie Publishing, 2014. Pp. 480. ISBN 9781859362204 Hbk. £25)
Deborah Brunton, vol. 69 (1): 366-367