Economic History Review articles

Volume 64 (4)

Company of kinsmen: enterprise and community in south Asian history 1700–1940 – By Tirthankar Roy
CLAUDE MARKOVITS, vol. 64 (4): 1414-1415
Networks of empire, forced migration in the Dutch East India Company – By Kerry Ward
LEONARD BLUSSÉ, vol. 64 (4): 1415-1416
The gold standard at the turn of the twentieth century: rising powers, global money and the age of empire – By Steven Bryan
MARK METZLER, vol. 64 (4): 1416-1417
Has Latin America always been unequal? A comparative study of asset and income inequality in the long twentieth century – By Ewout Frankema
LETICIA ARROYO ABAD, vol. 64 (4): 1417-1419
Aboriginal Dreaming paths and trading routes: the colonisation of the Australian economic landscape – By Dale Kerwin
BILL GAMMAGE, vol. 64 (4): 1419-1420
The market revolution in America: liberty, ambition and the eclipse of the common good – By John Lauritz Larson
CANDICE L. HARRISON, vol. 64 (4): 1420-1421
New deal banking reforms and Keynesian welfare state capitalism – By Ellen D. Russell
PRICE FISHBACK, vol. 64 (4): 1421-1423
The force of fashion in politics and society: global perspectives from early modern to contemporary times – Edited by Beverly Lemire
ROHAN MCWILLIAM, vol. 64 (4): 1423-1424
The development of international insurance – Edited by Robin Pearson
GEOFFREY CLARK, vol. 64 (4): 1424-1425
Bourgeois dignity: why economics can't explain the modern world – By Deirdre N. McCloskey
PAT HUDSON, vol. 64 (4): 1425-1427

Volume 64 (3)

The nature and historical evolution of an exceptional fiscal state and its possible significance for the precocious commercialization and industrialization of the British economy from Cromwell to Nelson
PATRICK O'BRIEN, vol. 64 (3): 408-446
The evolution of markets in early modern Europe, 1350–1800: a study of wheat prices
VICTORIA N. BATEMAN, vol. 64 (3): 447-471
Worth, age, and social status in early modern England
ALEXANDRA SHEPARD, vol. 64 (3): 493-530
New, disaggregated, British railway total factor productivity growth estimates, 1875 to 1912
JOHN DODGSON, vol. 64 (3): 621-643
Explaining nineteenth-century bilateralism: economic and political determinants of the Cobden–Chevalier network
MARKUS LAMPE, vol. 64 (3): 644-668
Was there an ‘industrious revolution’ before the industrial revolution? An empirical exercise for England, c. 1300–1830
R. C. ALLEN, vol. 64 (3): 715-729
Did children's education matter? Family migration as a mechanism of human capital investment: evidence from nineteenth-century Bohemia
ALEXANDER KLEIN, vol. 64 (3): 730-764
How good was the profitability of British railways, 1870–1912?
BRIAN MITCHELL, vol. 64 (3): 798-831
The role of the Spanish imperial state in the mining-led growth of Bourbon Mexico's economy
RAFAEL DOBADO, vol. 64 (3): 855-884
Gentlemen and shopkeepers: supplying the country house in eighteenth-century England
JON STOBART, vol. 64 (3): 885-904
Regional value added in Italy, 1891–2001, and the foundation of a long-term picture
EMANUELE FELICE, vol. 64 (3): 929-950
Infant mortality and the health of survivors: Britain, 1910–50
TIMOTHY J. HATTON, vol. 64 (3): 951-972
The supplier network and aircraft production in wartime Japan
TETSUJI OKAZAKI, vol. 64 (3): 973-994
Independent invention during the rise of the corporate economy in Britain and Japan
TOM NICHOLAS, vol. 64 (3): 995-1023
The king's Jews: money, massacre and exodus in medieval England – By Robin R. Mundill
JOSEPH SHATZMILLER, vol. 64 (3): 1024-1025
The Pilgrims' complaint: a study of popular thought in the early Tudor north – By Michael Bush
R. W. HOYLE, vol. 64 (3): 1025-1026
Society in early modern England: the vernacular origins of some powerful ideas – By Phil Withington
TIM HITCHCOCK, vol. 64 (3): 1026-1027
The capital and the colonies: London and the Atlantic economy, 1660–1700 – By Nuala Zahedieh
TREVOR BURNARD, vol. 64 (3): 1027-1029
The British cotton trade, 1660–1815 – By Beverly Lemire
PAT HUDSON, vol. 64 (3): 1029-1030
Warwickshire hearth tax returns: Michaelmas 1670, with Coventry Lady Day – Edited by Tom Arkell, with Nat Alcock
HENRY FRENCH, vol. 64 (3): 1030-1032
A history of Doughty's Hospital Norwich, 1687–2009 – By Nigel Goose and Leanne Moden
MARTIN GORSKY, vol. 64 (3): 1032-1033
Datchworth tithe accounts, 1711–1747 – Edited by Jane Walker
STEVEN HOBBS, vol. 64 (3): 1033-1034
Pauper capital: London and the poor law, 1790–1870 – By David R. Green
SAMANTHA A. SHAVE, vol. 64 (3): 1035-1036
The British Navy's Victualling Board, 1793–1815: management competence and incompetence – By Janet Macdonald; Sustaining the fleet, 1793–1815: war, the British navy and the Contractor State – By Roger Knight and Martin Wilcox
ANN COATS, vol. 64 (3): 1036-1038
Empire and globalisation: networks of people, goods and capital in the British world, c.1850–1914 – By Gary B. Magee and Andrew S. Thompson
IAN PHIMISTER, vol. 64 (3): 1038-1040
Chocolate, women and empire: a social and cultural history – By Emma Robertson
WENDY WEBSTER, vol. 64 (3): 1040-1041
War and welfare: British prisoner of war families, 1939–45 – By Barbara Hately-Broad
PENNY SUMMERFIELD, vol. 64 (3): 1041-1042
Voluntary action and illegal drugs: health and society in Britain since the 1960s – By Alex Mold and Virginia Berridge
MATHEW THOMSON, vol. 64 (3): 1042-1043
An economic history of Europe: knowledge, institutions and growth, 600 to the present – By Karl Gunnar Persson
GREGORY CLARK, vol. 64 (3): 1043-1045
Why Europe? The medieval origins of its special path – By Michael Mitterauer
RICHARD BRITNELL, vol. 64 (3): 1045-1046