Bibliographic update January 2017: All

Economic History Review

E. A. Wrigley, The path to sustained growth: England's transition from an organic economy to an industrial revolution (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2016. Pp. xii+219. 3 figs. 31 tabs. ISBN 9781316504284 Pbk. £18.99/$29.99)
Yasir Nawaz, vol. 70 (1): 335-336
Kate Smith, Material goods, moving hands: perceiving production in England, 1700–1830 (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2014. Pp. x +181. 15 figs. ISBN 9780719090677 Hbk. £70)
Stana Nenadic, vol. 70 (1): 336-337
Marc W. Steinberg, England's great transformation: law, labour, and the industrial revolution (Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press, 2016. Pp. xvi+233. 21 tabs. ISBN 9780226329956 Pbk. £24.50/$35)
Victoria N. Bateman, vol. 70 (1): 337-339
Daniel Harrison, The Thames Iron Works 1837–1912: a major shipbuilder on the Thames (London: Museum of London Archaeology, 2015. Pp. xiv+114. 103 figs. 2 tabs. ISBN 9781907586347 Pbk. £10)
Helen Doe, vol. 70 (1): 339-340
Simone Fari, Victorian telegraphy before nationalization (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015. Pp. vii+235. ISBN 9781137406514 Hbk. £63)
Nigel Linge, vol. 70 (1): 340-341
Lewis Mates, The great labour unrest: rank-and-file movements and political change in the Durham coalfield (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2016. Pp. xiv+311. 6 figs. 5 tabs. ISBN 9780719090684 Hbk. £70)
Ralph Darlington, vol. 70 (1): 342-343
Andrew Wilson and Miko Flohr, eds., Urban craftsmen and traders in the Roman world (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016. Pp. xviii+408. 74 figs. 8 tabs. ISBN 9780198748489 Hbk. £80)
J. W. Hanson, vol. 70 (1): 343-344
Kent Deng, Mapping China's growth and development in the long run: 221 BC to 2020 (Singapore and London: World Scientific Publishing, 2016. Pp. x+250. 34 figs. 74 tabs. ISBN 9789814667555 Hbk. £58)
Richard Von Glahn, vol. 70 (1): 344-346
John Drendel, ed., Crisis in the later middle ages: beyond the Postan–Duby paradigm (Turnhout: Brepols, 2015. Pp. viii+363. ISBN 9782503547428 Hbk. €90)
Philip Slavin, vol. 70 (1): 346-347
Roman Zaoral, ed., Money and finance in central Europe during the later middle ages (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016. Pp. xviii+269. 11 figs. 16 tabs. ISBN 9781137460226 Hbk. £75)
Peter Spufford, vol. 70 (1): 347-349
Shireen Moosvi, The economy of the Mughal Empire c. 1595. A statistical study (2nd edn. New Delhi: Oxford University Press: 2015. Pp. xii + 476. ISBN 9780199450541 Pbk. £37.99)
Tirthankar Roy, vol. 70 (1): 349-350
Jeroen Puttevils, Merchants and trading in the sixteenth century: the golden age of Antwerp (London: Pickering and Chatto, 2015. Pp. xiii+312. 2 figs. 9 tabs. ISBN 9781848935761 Hbk. £95)
Siobhan Talbott, vol. 70 (1): 350-351
Denjian Jin, The great knowledge transcendence: The rise of western science and technology reframed (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016. Pp. xii+312. ISBN 9781137527936 Hbk. £63/$100)
P. M. Jones, vol. 70 (1): 352-353
Felicia Gottmann, Global trade, smuggling, and the making of economic liberalism: Asian textiles in France 1680–1760 (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016. Pp. xiv+256. 5 figs. 18 plates. 5 tabs. ISBN 9781137444875 Hbk. £55)
R. C. Nash, vol. 70 (1): 353-354
Frank Trentmann, Empire of things: how we became a world of consumers, from the fifteenth century to the twenty-first (London: Allen Lane, 2016. Pp. xviii+862. 36 figs. 72 illus. ISBN 9780713999624 Hbk. £30)
Ilja I. B. Van Damme, vol. 70 (1): 354-355
Michael D. Thompson, Working on the dock of the bay: labor and enterprise in an antebellum southern port (Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, 2015. Pp. x+284. 5 figs. 11 maps. 90 tabs. ISBN 9781611174748 Hbk. $44.95/£38.95)
Leonard Carlson, vol. 70 (1): 356-357
Robert J. Gordon, The rise and fall of American growth: the US standard of living since the Civil War (Princeton, NJ, and Oxford: Princeton University Press, 2016. Pp. xiv+762. 97 figs. 29 tabs. ISBN 9780691147727Hbk. $39.95/£27.95)
Simone Selva, vol. 70 (1): 357-358
Emanuele Felice, Ascesa e declino. Storia economica d'Italia Bologna: Il Mulino, 2015. Pp. 385+50 online appendix. 2 tabs. 8 figs. ISBN 9788815257857 Pbk. €18, e-book €12.99)
Paolo Di Martino, vol. 70 (1): 358-359
Bruce E. Baker and Barbara Hahn, The cotton kings: capitalism and corruption in turn-of-the-century New York and New Orleans (Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 2016. Pp. xiv+214. 23 figs. 2 tabs. ISBN 9780190211653 Hbk. $29.95/£19.99)
Matthew Hollow, vol. 70 (1): 360-360
Youssef Cassis and Philip L. Cottrell, Private banking in Europe: rise, retreat and resurgence (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015. Pp. 305. ISBN 9780198735755 Hbk. £55)
Janette Rutterford, vol. 70 (1): 361-362
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