Economic History Review articles

Volume 64 (3)

The development of leasehold in northwestern Europe, c.1200–1600 – Edited by Bas J. P. van Bavel and Phillipp R. Schofield
RICHARD BRITNELL, vol. 64 (3): 1046-1047
Money, morality, and culture in late medieval and early modern Europe – Edited by Juliann Vitullo and Diane Wolfthal
LAWRIN ARMSTRONG, vol. 64 (3): 1048-1049
Trading places: the Netherlandish merchants in early modern Venice – By Maartje van Gelder
ANASTASIA STOURAITI, vol. 64 (3): 1049-1050
Paying for the liberal state: the rise of public finance in nineteenth-century Europe – Edited by José Luís Cardoso and Pedro Lains
JOOST JONKER, vol. 64 (3): 1050-1051
Exploring the food chain: food production and food processing in western Europe, 1850–1990 – Edited by Yves Segers, Jan Bieleman, and Erik Buyst
JIM PHILLIPS, vol. 64 (3): 1051-1052
New World gold: cultural anxiety and monetary disorder in early modern Spain – By Elvira Vilches
CARLA RAHN PHILLIPS, vol. 64 (3): 1053-1054
Pashmina: the Kashmir shawl and beyond – By Janet Rizvi with Monisha Ahmed
MICHELLE MASKIELL, vol. 64 (3): 1054-1055
Trade and trust in the eighteenth-century Atlantic world: Spanish merchants and their overseas networks – By Xabier Lamikiz
ADRIAN PEARCE, vol. 64 (3): 1055-1056
Edge of crisis: war and trade in the Spanish Atlantic, 1789–1808 – By Barbara H. Stein and Stanley J. Stein
REGINA GRAFE, vol. 64 (3): 1057-1058
Money, power and politics in early Islamic Syria: a review of current debates – Edited by John Haldon
MICHAEL G. MORONY, vol. 64 (3): 1058-1059
Autos and progress: the Brazilian search for modernity – By Joel Wolfe
ALDO MUSACCHIO, vol. 64 (3): 1060-1061
The history of black business in America: capitalism, race, entrepreneurship. Vol. I, to 1865 – By Juliet K. Walker
MACEO CRENSHAW DAILEY, vol. 64 (3): 1061-1062
The Ashgate companion to the history of textile workers, 1650–2000 – Edited by Lex Heerma van Voss, Els Hiemstra-Kuperus, and Elise van Nederveen Meerkerk
PAT HUDSON, vol. 64 (3): 1062-1063
Convergence and divergence of national financial systems: evidence from the gold standards, 1817–1971 – Edited by Patrice Baubeau and Anders Ogren
PAOLO DI MARTINO, vol. 64 (3): 1063-1064
Intellectual property rights, development, and catch-up – Edited by Hiroyuki Odagiri, Akira Goto, Atsushi Sunami, and Richard R. Nelson
KEITH E. MASKUS, vol. 64 (3): 1065-1066
The living wage: lessons from the history of economic thought – By Donald R. Stabile
JAMES THOMPSON, vol. 64 (3): 1067-1068
Top incomes: a global perspective – Edited by Anthony B. Atkinson and Thomas Piketty
LEANDRO PRADOS DE LA ESCOSURA, vol. 64 (3): 1068-1069
Capital ideas: the IMF and the rise of financial liberalization – By Jeffrey M. Chwieroth
MARION FOURCADE, vol. 64 (3): 1069-1071

Volume 64 (2)

Macroeconomic policy in Britain between the wars
ROGER MIDDLETON, vol. 64 (2): 0-0
Why the industrial revolution was British: commerce, induced invention, and the scientific revolution
R. C. ALLEN, vol. 64 (2): 357-384
The spread of empire: Clio and the measurement of colonial borrowing costs
OLIVIER ACCOMINOTTI, vol. 64 (2): 385-407
Depression dynamics: a new estimate of the Anglo-American manufacturing productivity gap in the interwar period
HERMAN DE JONG, vol. 64 (2): 472-492
Labour migration and economic performance: London and the Randstad, c. 1600–1800
JELLE VAN LOTTUM, vol. 64 (2): 531-570
Substitutes for legal protection: corporate governance and dividends in Victorian Britain
GARETH CAMPBELL, vol. 64 (2): 571-597
The price of improvements: agrarian contracts and agrarian development in nineteenth-century eastern Spain
SAMUEL GARRIDO, vol. 64 (2): 598-620
Manors and maps in rural England, from the tenth century to the seventeenth – By Paul D. A. Harvey
NIGEL SAUL, vol. 64 (2): 669-669
Records, administration and aristocratic society in the Anglo-Norman realm – Edited by Nicholas Vincent
JOHN S. MOORE, vol. 64 (2): 669-671
Medieval cartularies of Great Britain and Ireland – By G. R. C. Davis; Edited by Claire Breay, Julian Harrison, and David M. Smith
JOHN S. MOORE, vol. 64 (2): 671-672
Land and family: trends and local variations in the peasant land market on the Winchester bishopric estates, 1263–1415 – By John Mullan and Richard Britnell
MARK PAGE, vol. 64 (2): 672-673
The foundations of gentry life: the Multons of Frampton and their world, 1270–1370 – By Peter Coss
DEBORAH YOUNGS, vol. 64 (2): 673-675
Survival and discord in medieval society: essays in honour of Christopher Dyer – Edited by Richard Goddard, John Landon, and Miriam Müller
BRENDAN SMITH, vol. 64 (2): 675-676
The Victoria history of the counties of England. A history of the county of York: East Riding, vol. VIII: East Buckrose: Sledmere and the Northern Wolds – By David Neave and Susan Neave. The Victoria history of the counties of England. A history of the co
JON STOBART, vol. 64 (2): 676-678
Household servants in early modern England – By Roger C. Richardson
JUDITH M. SPICKSLEY, vol. 64 (2): 678-679
Parents of poor children in England, 1580–1800 – By Patricia Crawford
TANYA EVANS, vol. 64 (2): 679-680
The diary of Antera Duke: an eighteenth-century African slave trader – By Stephen D. Behrendt, A. John H. Latham, and David Northrup
ROBIN LAW, vol. 64 (2): 680-681
The price of emancipation: slave-ownership, compensation and British society at the end of slavery – By Nicholas Draper
KENNETH MORGAN, vol. 64 (2): 681-683
Ireland and the industrial revolution: the impact of the industrial revolution on Irish industry, 1801–1922 – By Andy Bielenberg
PHILIP OLLERENSHAW, vol. 64 (2): 683-684
Regulating health and safety in the British mining industries, 1800–1914 – By Catherine Mills
JAMIE L. BRONSTEIN, vol. 64 (2): 684-685
Breaking new ground: nineteenth-century allotments from local sources – Edited by Jeremy Burchardt and Jacqueline Cooper
NICOLA VERDON, vol. 64 (2): 685-686
Making the market: Victorian origins of corporate capitalism – By Paul Johnson
RANALD MICHIE, vol. 64 (2): 686-688