Bibliographic update July 2016: All

Economic History Review

David George Surdam, Century of the leisured masses: entertainment and the transformation of twentieth-century America (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015. Pp. xviii+305. 20 tabs. ISBN 9780190211578 Pbk. £22.99)
Elizabeth Sine, vol. 69 (2): 739-740
Jonathan Coopersmith, Faxed: the rise and fall of the fax machine (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2015. Pp. xii+308. 16 figs. 4 tabs. ISBN 9781421415917 Hbk. $54.95/£33.50)
Andrew L. Russell, vol. 69 (2): 740-742
James Bessen, Learning by doing: the real connection between innovation, wages, and wealth (New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2015. Pp. xi+295. ISBN 9780300195668 Hbk. £25.00)
Joyce Burnette, vol. 69 (2): 742-743
Dirk Philipsen, The little big number: how GDP came to rule the world and what to do about it (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2015. p. xii+398. 11 figs. 2 tabs. ISBN 9780691166520 Hbk. $29.95/£19.95)
Leandro Prados Escosura, vol. 69 (2): 743-744
Issue Information - TOC
vol. 69 (1): 1-2
Review of periodical literature published in 2014
Michael Costen, Philip Slavin, Mark Hailwood, Patrick Walsh, Amanda Wilkinson, Peter Cirenza, vol. 69 (1): 314-360
Gervase Rosser, The art of solidarity in the middle ages: guilds in England 1250–1550 (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015. Pp. xiv + 235. 8 illus. ISBN 9780198201571 Hbk. £60)
Catherine Casson, vol. 69 (1): 362-363
Stephen Broadberry, Bruce M. S. Campbell, Alexander Klein, Mark Overton, and Bas van Leeuwen, British economic growth 1270–1870 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2015. Pp. xl + 461. 45 figs. 96 tabs. ISBN 9781107676497 Pbk. £24.99 ISBN 978110707078
Pat Hudson, vol. 69 (1): 363-365
Roger Morriss, Science, utility and maritime power: Samuel Bentham in Russia, 1779–91 (Farnham: Ashgate Publishing, 2015. Pp. xviii + 274. 2 maps. ISBN 9781472412676 Hbk. £70)
Megan Barford, vol. 69 (1): 365-366
Paul Laxton and Richard Rodger, Insanitary city: Henry Littlejohn and the condition of Edinburgh (Lancaster: Carnegie Publishing, 2014. Pp. 480. ISBN 9781859362204 Hbk. £25)
Deborah Brunton, vol. 69 (1): 366-367
Bill Luckin, Death and survival in urban Britain: disease, pollution and environment, 1800–1950 (London and New York: I.B. Tauris, 2015. Pp. xvi + 272. 4 figs. 2 tabs. ISBN 9781780768663 Hbk. £62)
David McLean, vol. 69 (1): 367-369
Kim Price, Medical negligence in Victorian Britain: the crisis of care under the English poor law, c. 1834–1900 (London and New York: Bloomsbury Academic, 2015. Pp. xii + 235. 7 figs. 9 tabs. ISBN 9781441125460 Hbk. £65)
Victoria Bates, vol. 69 (1): 369-370
Gillian Sutherland, In search of the new woman: middle-class women and work in Britain 1870–1914 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2015. Pp. xii + 187. 10 figs. 2 tabs. ISBN 9781107092792 Hbk. £55/$90)
Amanda Wilkinson, vol. 69 (1): 370-371
James Nye, A long time in making: the history of Smiths (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014. Pp. xxvi + 375. 17 figs. 61 plates. 8 tabs. ISBN 9780198717256 Hbk. £30)
Sean F. Johnston, vol. 69 (1): 371-373
Terry Gourvish, Dolphin Square: the history of a unique building (London: Bloomsbury Publishing, 2014. Pp. xxi + 392. 36 illus. 23 tabs. ISBN 9781472911094 Hbk. £40)
Peter J. Larkham, vol. 69 (1): 373-374
Dennis Romano, Markets and marketplaces in medieval Italy, c. 1100 to c. 1440 (New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2015. Pp. viii + 272. 116 illus. ISBN 9780300169072 Hbk. £35)
Marie D. Ito, vol. 69 (1): 374-376
Jessica L. Goldberg, Trade and institutions in the medieval Mediterranean: the Geniza merchants and their business world (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2012. Pp. xxi + 426. 13 figs. 2 tabs. 22 maps. ISBN 9781107005471 Hbk. £65/$110)
Jeremy Edwards, vol. 69 (1): 376-377
Francesca Trivellato, Leor Halevi, and Cátia Antunes, eds., Religion and trade. Cross-cultural exchange in world history, 1000–1900 (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014. Pp. 296. 5 illus. ISBN 9780199379194 Hbk. £68)
James Tracy, vol. 69 (1): 377-379
Mauricio Drelichman and Hans-Joachim Voth, Lending to the borrower from hell: debt, taxes, and default in the age of Philip II (Princeton, NJ, and Oxford: Princeton University Press, 2014. Pp. xiii + 310. 36 figs. 29 tabs. ISBN 9780691151496 Hbk. £24.95)
Tony K. Moore, vol. 69 (1): 379-380
Laurence Fontaine, The moral economy: poverty, credit and trust in early modern Europe (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014. Pp.vii + 320. ISBN 9781107603707 Pbk. £21.99)
Jane Whittle, vol. 69 (1): 380-381
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