Economic History Review articles

Volume 65 (1)

Rules and reality: quantifying the practice of apprenticeship in early modern England
CHRIS MINNS, vol. 65 (1): 0-0
The structure of the market for wool in early medieval Lincolnshire
ROSAMOND FAITH, vol. 65 (1): 0-0
The failure of ‘nationalization by attraction’: Britain's cross-class alliance against earnings-related pensions in the 1950s
HUGH PEMBERTON, vol. 65 (1): 0-0
Belonging and community: understandings of ‘home’ and ‘friends’ among the English poor, 1750–1850
K. D. M. SNELL, vol. 65 (1): 1-25
The rise of agrarian capitalism and the decline of family farming in England
LEIGH SHAW-TAYLOR, vol. 65 (1): 26-60
Guilds and middle-class welfare, 1550–1800: provisions for burial, sickness, old age, and widowhood1
MARCO H. D. VAN LEEUWEN, vol. 65 (1): 61-90
The Marshall Plan and the Spanish postwar economy: a welfare loss analysis
JOSÉ A. CARRASCO-GALLEGO, vol. 65 (1): 91-119
Legal institutions, social norms, and entrepreneurship in Britain (c.1890–c.1939)
PAOLO DI MARTINO, vol. 65 (1): 120-143
The long-term rise in overseas travel by Americans, 1820–2000
BRANDON DUPONT, vol. 65 (1): 144-167
Extending home ownership before the First World War: the case of the Co-operative Permanent Building Society, 1884–19131
LUKE SAMY, vol. 65 (1): 168-193
Investigating early modern Ottoman consumer culture in the light of Bursa probate inventories1
EMINEGÜL KARABABA, vol. 65 (1): 194-219
The coastal metropolitan corn trade in later seventeenth-century England1
STEPHEN HIPKIN, vol. 65 (1): 220-255
Material and moral resources: the 1984–5 miners' strike in Scotland
JIM PHILLIPS, vol. 65 (1): 256-276
The British ‘failure’ that never was? The Anglo-American ‘productivity gap’ in large-scale interwar retailing—evidence from the department store sector
PETER SCOTT, vol. 65 (1): 277-303
How did women count? A note on gender-specific age heaping differences in the sixteenth to nineteenth centuries
PETER FÖLDVÁRI, vol. 65 (1): 304-313
The two sterling crises of 1964: a comment on Newton
MICHAEL J. OLIVER, vol. 65 (1): 314-321
Review of periodical literature published in 2010
ROSAMOND FAITH, vol. 65 (1): 322-375
Troubled waters: a social and cultural history of Ireland's sea fisheries – By Jim Mac Laughlin
SILVESTER Ó MUIRÍ, vol. 65 (1): 376-377
Medieval manuscript production in the Latin west: explorations with a global database – By Eltjo Buringh
STEVEN BIDDLECOMBE, vol. 65 (1): 377-378
Glassmaking in Ireland: from the medieval to the contemporary – Edited by John M. Hearne
JILL TURNBULL, vol. 65 (1): 378-379
Calendar of inquisitions post mortem and other analogous documents preserved in the National Archives, vol. XXIV: 11 to 15 Henry VI, 1432–1437 – Edited by Matthew L. Holford, Stephen A. Mileson, Claire V. Noble, and Kate Parkin
BENJAMIN LINLEY WILD, vol. 65 (1): 380-380
John Norden's ‘The surveyor's dialogue’ (1618): a critical edition – Edited by Mark Netzloff
P. D. A. HARVEY, vol. 65 (1): 381-381
Charity and poverty in England, c.1680–1820: wild and visionary schemes – By Sarah Lloyd
JOANNA INNES, vol. 65 (1): 381-383
The South Sea Bubble: an economic history of its origins and consequences – By Helen J. Paul
D'MARIS COFFMAN, vol. 65 (1): 383-384
The origins of an industrial region: Robert Morris and the first Swansea copper works, c.1727–1730 – Edited by Louise Miskell
CHRIS EVANS, vol. 65 (1): 384-385
A short history of the British industrial revolution – By Emma Griffin; Reconceptualizing the industrial revolution – Edited by Jeff Horn, Leonard N. Rosenband, and Merritt Roe Smith
PAT HUDSON, vol. 65 (1): 385-387
Associational culture in Ireland and abroad – Edited by Jennifer Kelly and Vincent Comerford
D. A. J. MACPHERSON, vol. 65 (1): 387-389
Woods and people: putting forests on the map – By David Foot
KEITH KIRBY, vol. 65 (1): 389-390
Trains, coal and turf: transport in Emergency Ireland – By Peter Rigney
MARY E. DALY, vol. 65 (1): 390-391
Beveridge and voluntary action in Britain and the wider British world – Edited by Melanie Oppenheimer and Nicholas Deakin
PETER GRANT, vol. 65 (1): 391-392
The rise and fall of great companies: Courtaulds and the reshaping of the man-made fibres industry – By Geoffrey Owen
JOHN F. WILSON, vol. 65 (1): 392-393
From deficit to deluge: the origins of the French revolution – Edited by Thomas E. Kaiser and Dale K. Van Kley
WILLIAM DOYLE, vol. 65 (1): 393-394
From artisan to worker: guilds, the French state, and the organization of labor, 1776–1821 – By Michael P. Fitzsimmons
ROGER PRICE, vol. 65 (1): 395-396
Rome's imperial economy: twelve essays – By William V. Harris
NEVILLE MORLEY, vol. 65 (1): 396-397
The evolution of Nordic finance – By Steffen E. Andersen
LARS MAGNUSSON, vol. 65 (1): 397-398
Science for welfare and warfare: technology and state initiative in Cold War Sweden – Edited by Per Lundin, Niklas Stenlås, and Johan Gribbe
WILLIAM THOMAS, vol. 65 (1): 398-399
Commerce before capitalism in Europe, 1300–1600 – By Martha C. Howell
RICHARD W. UNGER, vol. 65 (1): 399-401
The Cambridge economic history of modern Europe – Edited by Stephen Broadberry and Kevin H. O'Rourke
MORITZ SCHULARICK, vol. 65 (1): 401-403
State and financial systems in Europe and the USA: historical perspectives on regulation and supervision in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries – Edited by Stefano Battilossi and Jaime Reis
YOUSSEF CASSIS, vol. 65 (1): 404-405
Fixed ideas of money: small states and exchange rate regimes in twentieth-century Europe – By Tobias Straumann
PAUL TURNER, vol. 65 (1): 405-406