Bibliographic update July 2017: All

Economic History Review

Quakers, coercion, and pre-modern growth: why Friends’ formal institutions for contract enforcement did not matter for early modern trade expansion
ESTHER SAHLE, ONLINE EARLY
From the substance to the shadow: the role of the court in Japanese labour markets
MASAKI NAKABAYASHI, ONLINE EARLY
Multinational business and host countries in times of crisis: Courtaulds, Glanzstoff, and Italy in the interwar period 
VALERIO CERRETANO, ONLINE EARLY
Rebuttal to Barnes and Guinnane
Simon Szreter, ONLINE EARLY
‘Because family and friends got easily weary of taking care’: a new perspective on the specialization in the elderly care sector in early modern Holland†
ANITA BOELE, TINE DE MOOR, ONLINE EARLY
‘Real’ wages? Contractors, workers, and pay in London building trades, 1650–1800†
JUDY Z. STEPHENSON, ONLINE EARLY
Anglo-American trade costs during the first era of globalization: the contribution of a bilateral tariff series†
BRIAN D. VARIAN, ONLINE EARLY
Managing financial constraints: undercapitalization and underwriting capacity in Spanish fire insurance†
PABLO GUTIÉRREZ GONZÁLEZ, LARS-FREDRIK ANDERSSON, ONLINE EARLY
The expanding Empire and spatial distribution of economic activity: the case of Japan's colonization of Korea during the prewar period
Kentaro Nakajima, Tetsuji Okazaki, ONLINE EARLY
Shakeout in the early commercial airframe industry†
TAYLOR JAWORSKI, ANDREW SMYTH, ONLINE EARLY
Road transport productivity in the sixteenth-century Low Countries: the case of Brabant, 1450–1650†
Bart Ballaux, Bruno Blondé, ONLINE EARLY
Growth or stagnation? Farming in England, 1200–1800
GREGORY CLARK, ONLINE EARLY
Risk, success, and failure: female entrepreneurship in late Victorian and Edwardian England
Jennifer Aston, Paolo Martino, vol. 70 (3): 837-858
Issue Information - TOC
vol. 70 (3): 699-700
Michael Hicks, ed., The later medieval inquisitions post mortem: mapping the medieval countryside and rural society (Woodbridge: Boydell Press, 2016. Pp. xiv+226. 4 figs. 14 illus. 19 tabs. ISBN 9781783270798 Hbk. £60)
Chris Briggs, vol. 70 (3): 1014-1015
David Butcher, Medieval Lowestoft: the origins and growth of a Suffolk coastal community (Woodbridge: Boydell Press, 2016. Pp. xviii+370. 7 maps. 26 plates. 15 tabs. ISBN 9781783271498 Hbk. £50)
Ronan O'Donnell, vol. 70 (3): 1015-1016
Thomas Riis, Crail and its fisheries 1550–1600 (St Andrews: Strathmartine Press, 2016. Pp. xviii+193. 26 tabs. ISBN 9780995544109 Pbk. £14.99)
Poul Holm, vol. 70 (3): 1016-1017
Gary W. Cox, Marketing sovereign promises: monopoly brokerage and the growth of the English state (New York and Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2016. Pp. xii+221. 21 figs. 14 tabs. ISBN 9781316506097 Pbk. £17.99/$26.99)
Helen Julia Paul, vol. 70 (3): 1018-1019
Aaron Graham and Patrick Walsh, eds., The British fiscal-military states, 1660–c. 1783 (London and New York: Routledge, 2016. Pp. xvi+290. 6 figs. 4 tabs. ISBN 9781472440785 Hbk. £75)
Christopher Storrs, vol. 70 (3): 1019-1021
Jennifer Aston, Female entrepreneurship in nineteenth-century England: engagement in the urban economy (London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016. Pp. xviii+257. 16 charts. 10 figs. 5 graphs. 9 tabs. ISBN 9783319308791 Hbk. £86)
Catherine Bishop, vol. 70 (3): 1021-1022
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