Economic History Review

The Economic History Review is published quarterly and each volume contains over 800 pages. It is an invaluable source of information and is available free to members of the Economic History Society. Publishing reviews of books, periodicals and information technology, The Review will keep anyone interested in economic and social history abreast of current developments in the subject. It aims at broad coverage of themes of economic and social change, including the intellectual, political and cultural implications of these changes.

Quarterly: February, May, August, November.

Publisher: 
Wiley-Blackwell
ISSN (print): 
0013-0117
ISSN (online): 
1468-0289

Latest articles

Cooperating in time of crisis: war, commons, and inequality in Renaissance Lombardy
MATTEO DI TULLIO, ONLINE EARLY
Individual investors and local bias in the UK, 1870–1935
JANETTE RUTTERFORD, DIMITRIS P. SOTIROPOULOS, CARRY VAN LIESHOUT, ONLINE EARLY
Patterns of infant mortality in rural England and Wales, 1850–1910†
PAUL ATKINSON, BRIAN FRANCIS, IAN GREGORY, CATHERINE PORTER, ONLINE EARLY
Lewis revisited: tropical polities competing on the world market, 1830–1938
GIOVANNI FEDERICO, ANTONIO TENA-JUNGUITO, ONLINE EARLY
The market turn: from social democracy to market liberalism
AVNER OFFER, ONLINE EARLY
The impact of ‘stop-go’ demand management policy on Britain's consumer durables industries, 1952–65
PETER M. SCOTT, JAMES T. WALKER, ONLINE EARLY
Shortages and the informal economy in the Soviet republics, 1965–89
BYUNG-YEON KIM, YOSHISADA SHIDA, ONLINE EARLY
Trends in morbidity: national statistics on sickness claims among the working population in Sweden, 1892–1954
HELENE CASTENBRANDT, ONLINE EARLY
The economic geography of race in the New World: Brazil, 1500–2000†
JUSTIN R. BUCCIFERRO, ONLINE EARLY
The rise and demise of gedik markets in Istanbul, 1750–1860†
SEVEN AĞIR, ONLINE EARLY
Retail revolution and the village shop, c. 1660–1860
Jon Stobart, Lucy Bailey, ONLINE EARLY
The liquidity of the London capital markets, 1825–70†
Gareth Campbell, John D. Turner, Qing Ye, ONLINE EARLY
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
‘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