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
Rejoinder to Szreter
GEOFFREY BARNES, TIMOTHY W. GUINNANE, ONLINE EARLY
Sharecropping was sometimes efficient: sharecropping with compensation for improvements in European viticulture†
SAMUEL GARRIDO, ONLINE EARLY
Did closures do any good? Labour productivity, mine dynamics, and rationalization in interwar Ruhr coal mining
TOBIAS A. JOPP, ONLINE EARLY
Shareholder rights and share capital: the effect of the 1901 Russian Corporation Reform, 1890–1905
AMANDA G. GREGG, ONLINE EARLY
From orphan to artisan: apprenticeship careers and contract enforcement in The Netherlands before and after the guild abolition
RUBEN SCHALK, ONLINE EARLY
Integration between the London and New York Stock Exchanges, 1825–1925
GARETH CAMPBELL, MEEGHAN ROGERS, ONLINE EARLY
Challenging the de-industrialization thesis: gender and indigenous textile production in Java under Dutch colonial rule, c. 1830–1920
ELISE VAN NEDERVEEN MEERKERK, ONLINE EARLY
Pieces of eight, pieces of eight: seamen's earnings and the venture economy of early modern seafaring†
RICHARD J. BLAKEMORE, ONLINE EARLY
The timing and pattern of real wage divergence in pre-industrial Europe: evidence from Germany, c. 1500–1850
ULRICH PFISTER, ONLINE EARLY
Farmers at the heart of the ‘human capital revolution’? Decomposing the numeracy increase in early modern Europe†
FRANZISKA TOLLNEK, JOERG BATEN, ONLINE EARLY
Gender, life cycle, and family ‘strategies’ among the poor: the Barcelona workhouse, 1762–1805
MONTSERRAT CARBONELL-ESTELLER, JULIE MARFANY, ONLINE EARLY
Power politics and princely debts: why Germany's common currency failed, 1549–56†
OLIVER VOLCKART, ONLINE EARLY
What moved share prices in the nineteenth-century London stock market?†
Gareth Campbell, William Quinn, John D. Turner, Qing Ye, ONLINE EARLY
Inter-communal institutions in medieval trade
MIKA KALLIOINEN, ONLINE EARLY
Innovation and upheaval: early growth in Greek capital market listings and IPOs from 1880 to the Second World War in the Athens Stock Exchange†
Stavros Thomadakis, Dimitrios Gounopoulos, Christos Nounis, Michalis Riginos, ONLINE EARLY
Long-term trends in economic inequality: the case of the Florentine state, c. 1300–1800
GUIDO ALFANI, FRANCESCO AMMANNATI, 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 70 (1)

How the German crisis of 1931 swept across Europe: a comparative view from Stockholm†
Tobias Straumann, Peter Kugler, Florian Weber, vol. 70 (1): 224-247
Review of periodical literature published in 2015
vol. 70 (1): 275-322