The Economic History Review
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Edited By: Professor S.N. Broadberry and Professor P.R. Schofield
Impact Factor: 1.045
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2012: 3/33 (History of Social Sciences); 128/333 (Economics)
Online ISSN: 1468-0289
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The Tawney Memorial Lectures
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Tawney Lecture 2013
Dr Deborah Oxley
Weighty Matters: Anthropometrics, Gender and Health Inequality in History
The Tawney Memorial Lectures are all available online from 2007 - watch the videos or read the articles online.
T.S. Ashton Prize - Winning Article Announced
The Great Bovine Pestilence and its economic and environmental consequences in England and Wales, 1318–50
Volume 65, Issue 4, November 2012
The T.S. Ashton Prize, established with funds donated by the late Professor T.S. Ashton (1889-1968), is awarded biennially to the author of the best article accepted for publication in the Economic History Review in the previous two calendar years, who is within five years of receipt of her/his PhD or has no previous publication in the field of economic and/or social history, or a closely related field.
News and Highlights from The Economic History Review
The following highlights have been selected as particularly topical or indicative of the scope of the journal:
The rise and decline of European parliaments, 1188–1789
Jan Luiten Van Zanden, Eltjo Buringh, Maarten Bosker
Extreme divorce: the managerial revolution in UK companies before 1914
James Foreman-Peck, Leslie Hannah
The rise and fall of Spain (1270–1850)
Carlos Álvarez-Nogal, Leandro Prados De La Escosura
Debates and controversies:
Contract enforcement, institutions, and social capital: the Maghribi traders reappraised
JEREMY EDWARDS, SHEILAGH OGILVIE
The Maghribi traders: a reappraisal?
The Economic History Review covers a wide range of topics including: Economics, Business, Social, Finance, Political and Women. You can search the complete contents from 1927 onwards through The Economic History Cumulative Index 1927 - 1995.
The Economic History ReviewLecture:
Forthcoming Special Issue 2014: New Frontiers in African Economic History
Previous Special Issues:
Asia in the Great Divergence
Edited by Stephen Broadberry and Steve Hindle
Finance, Investment and Risk
Edited by Jane Humphries and Steve Hindle
Feeding the masses: plenty, want and the distribution of food and drink in historical perspective
Edited by Steve Hindle and Jane Humphries