Bibliographic update July 2015: All

Economic History Review

Jane A. Lawson, ed., The Elizabethan New Year's Gift Exchanges 1559–1603 (Oxford University Press: British Academy, 2013. Pp. 739. ISBN 9780197265260 Hbk. £140)
Judith M. Spicksley, vol. 68 (2): 728-729
Guy Lawton, ed., Church Lawton Manor Court Rolls, 1631–1860 (Lancaster: Record Society of Lancashire and Cheshire, 2013. Pp. lxii+297. ISBN 9780902593824 Hbk. £30)
Carol Beardmore, vol. 68 (2): 729-729
Tim Reinke-Williams, Women, work and sociability in early modern London (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014. Pp. viii+225. ISBN 9781137372093 Hbk. £60)
Jennifer Evans, vol. 68 (2): 730-731
L. M. Cullen, John Shovlin, and Thomas M. Truxes, eds., The Bordeaux–Dublin letters, 1757: correspondence of an Irish community abroad (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013. Pp. xxvi+330. 5 maps. 12 plates. ISBN 9780197265628 Hbk. £70)
Patrick Walsh, vol. 68 (2): 731-732
Desmond Shawe-Taylor ed., The first Georgians: art & monarchy 1714–1760 (London: Royal Collection Trust, 2014. Pp. 495. ISBN 9781905686797 Hbk. £29.95)
Sally Holloway, vol. 68 (2): 732-733
Christopher J. Berry, Maria Paganelli, and Craig Smith, eds., The Oxford handbook of Adam Smith (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013. Pp. 656. ISBN 9780199605064 Hbk. £100)
Jerry Evensky, vol. 68 (2): 733-735
Nigel Goose and Katrina Honeyman, eds., Childhood and child labour in industrial England: diversity and agency, 1750–1914 (Farnham: Ashgate, 2013. Pp. xii+358. 1 fig. 28 tabs. ISBN 9781409411147 Hbk. £75)
Carolyn Tuttle, vol. 68 (2): 735-736
Carolyn Steedman, An everyday life of the English working class: work, self and sociability in the early nineteenth century (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013. Pp. xii+298. 8 illus. 2 tabs. ISBN 9781107046214 Pbk. £19.99/US$32.99; Hbk. £55/US$90
Andrew August, vol. 68 (2): 736-737
John F. Wilson, Anthony Webster, and Rachel Vorberg-Rugh, Building co-operation. A business history of the Co-operative Group, 1863–2013 (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013. Pp. xv+440. 131 figs. 26 tabs. 20 plates. ISBN 9780199655113 Hbk. £30)
Peter Gurney, vol. 68 (2): 737-739
Cathy Hunt, The National Federation of Women Workers, 1906–1921 (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014. Pp. vi+240. ISBN 9781137033536 Hbk. £60)
Sarah Hellawell, vol. 68 (2): 739-740
Stephanie Ward, Unemployment and the state in Britain: the means test and protest in 1930s south Wales and north-east England (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2013. Pp. xi+292. 2 maps. 3 figs. 1 tab. ISBN 9780719086809 Hbk. £65)
Chris Wrigley, vol. 68 (2): 740-741
Joseph R. Cammarosano, John Maynard Keynes: free trader or protectionist? (Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2014. Pp. 220. ISBN 9780739189511 Hbk. £51.95)
Douglas A. Irwin, vol. 68 (2): 741-742
John Belchem, Before the Windrush: race relations in 20th-century Liverpool (Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2014. Pp. xxi+298. 16 illus. 1 map. 10 tabs. ISBN 9781781380000 Pbk. £19.99)
Mick Wilkinson, vol. 68 (2): 742-743
Duncan Needham, UK monetary policy from devaluation to Thatcher, 1967–82 (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014. Pp. xiii+253. ISBN 9781137342249 Hbk. £70)
Anthony Hotson, vol. 68 (2): 743-745
Peter Bernholz and Roland Vaubel, eds., Explaining monetary and financial innovation: a historical analysis (Springer, 2014. Pp. vi+366. ISBN 9783319061085 Hbk. €121)
Forrest Capie, vol. 68 (2): 745-746
Niv Horesh, Chinese money in global context: historical junctures between 600CE and 2012 (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2014. Pp. xii+364. 8 figs. 6 tabs. ISBN 9780804788540 Hbk. $65)
Wenkai He, vol. 68 (2): 746-747
Patricia Skinner, Medieval Amalfi and its diaspora, c. 800–1250 (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013. Pp. xix+280. ISBN 9780199646272 Hbk. £65)
David Abulafia, vol. 68 (2): 747-748
Joel Kaye, A history of balance, 1250–1375: the emergence of a new model of equilibrium and its impact on thought (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014. Pp. ix+519. 6 plates. ISBN 9781107028456 Hbk. £65)
Joseph Canning, vol. 68 (2): 748-750
Guido Alfani, Calamities and the economy in Renaissance Italy: the grand tour of the horsemen of the apocalypse (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013. Pp. xii+257. 19 figs. 3 tabs. ISBN 9781137289766 Hbk. £63)
Jane Stevens Crawshaw, vol. 68 (2): 750-751
William Hogeland, Founding finance: how debt, speculation, foreclosures, protests, and crackdowns made us a nation (Austin: University of Texas Press, 2012. Pp. vii+274. 16 illus. ISBN 9780292743618 Hbk. $20)
Richard Sylla, vol. 68 (2): 751-752
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