The Economic History Review

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Edited By: Professor P.R. Schofield, Dr S. Horrell, and Professor J. Reis

Impact Factor: 1.233

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2016: 1/87 (History); 1/35 (History of Social Sciences); 125/347 (Economics)

Online ISSN: 1468-0289

Tawney Memorial Lectures

The Tawney Memorial Lectures

Watch the most recent Tawney Memorial Lectures:

Martin Daunton, University of Cambridge Martin Daunton
Tawney Lecture 2015

Contesting Reconstruction: Remaking the Global Economic Order

 Professor Pat Hudson: Tawney Lecture 2014

Pat Hudson
Tawney Lecture 2014

Industrialisation, global history and the ghost of Rostow

Dr Deborah Oxley: Tawney Lecture 2013 

Deborah Oxley
Tawney Lecture 2013

Weighty Matters: Anthropometrics, Gender and Health Inequality in History

Professor Roderick Floud: Tawney Lecture 2012

Roderick Floud
Tawney Lecture 2012

Historian, measure thyself! Innovation in the social sciences and economic history

 Joachin Voth's Tawney Lecture 2011

Joachim Voth
Tawney Lecture 2011

Debt, Default and Empire: State Capacity and Economic Development in England and Spain in the Early Modern Period

Corresponding articles for the following Tawney Lectures have also been published - click on the links to listen to the podcast or read the article:

 Bob Allen's Tawney Lecture 2009Childhood and Child Labour in the British Industrial Revolution (2010)
Jane Humphries
Podcast            Article
 Bob Allen's Tawney Lecture 2009Why was the Industrial Revolution British? (2009)
Bob Allen
Podcast            Article
 Bruce M.S. Campbell's Tawney Lecture 2008Nature as Historical Protagonist (2008)
Bruce M.S. Campbell
Podcast            Article
 Cormac O'Grada's Tawney Lecture 2007The Ripple that Drowns: Twentieth Century Famines as Economic History (2007)
Cormac O'Grada
Podcast            Article