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.

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Latest articles

Modern secondary education and economic performance: the introduction of the Gewerbeschule and Realschule in nineteenth-century Bavaria†
Alexandra Semrad, ONLINE EARLY
Health, height, and the household at the turn of the twentieth century
Roy E. Bailey, Timothy J. Hatton, Kris Inwood, ONLINE EARLY
Living standards and plague in London, 1560–1665
Neil Cummins, Morgan Kelly, Cormac Ó Gráda, ONLINE EARLY
American colonial incomes, 1650–1774
Peter H. Lindert, Jeffrey G. Williamson, ONLINE EARLY
Yankee Doodle went to London: Anglo-American breweries and the London securities market, 1888–92
Mary A. O'Sullivan, ONLINE EARLY
Informational efficiency in the Tokyo Stock Exchange, 1931–40
Jean-Pascal Bassino, Thomas Lagoarde-Segot, ONLINE EARLY
Big push or big grab? Railways, government activism, and export growth in Latin America, 1865–1913
Vincent Bignon, Rui Esteves, Alfonso Herranz-Loncán, ONLINE EARLY
Information asymmetry and the speed of adjustment: debasements in the mid-sixteenth century
‘Eating the bread out of their mouth’: Antwerp's export trade and generalized institutions, 1544–5
Jeroen Puttevils, ONLINE EARLY
Review of periodical literature on continental Europe from 1700 published in 2013
Eric Schneider, Matthias Morys, Markus Lampe, Kerstin Enflo, ONLINE EARLY
Counter-intelligence in a command economy
Mark Harrison, Inga Zaksauskienė, ONLINE EARLY
Commerce, clusters, and community: a re-evaluation of the occupational geography of London, c. 1400–c. 1550
Justin Colson, ONLINE EARLY
Energy consumption in England and Italy, 1560–1913. Two pathways toward energy transition
Paolo Malanima, ONLINE EARLY
Economic restructuring and demographic growth: demystifying growth and development in Northern Song China, 960–1127
Kent Deng, Lucy Zheng, ONLINE EARLY

Volume 68 (2)

Richard Britnell, ed., Durham Priory manorial accounts 1277–1310 (Woodbridge: Boydell Press, 2014. Pp. lxxiv+379. ISBN 9780854440733 Hbk. £50)
A. T. Brown, vol. 68 (2): 723-724
Peter Coss and Joan C. Lancaster Lewis, eds., Coventry Priory Register (Bristol: Dugdale Society, 2013. Pp. 723. ISBN 978085220096 Hbk. £35)
Miriam Müller, vol. 68 (2): 724-725
Spencer Dimmock, The origin of capitalism in England, 1400–1600 (Leiden & Boston: Brill, 2014. Pp. vii+399. ISBN 9789004271098 Hbk. €129/US$167)
Stephen H. Rigby, vol. 68 (2): 725-726
Kimberly Schutte, Women, rank and marriage in the British aristocracy, 1485–2000. An open elite? (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014. Pp. xi+290. 9 tabs. 9 illus. ISBN 9781137327796 Hbk. £60)
Jackie Collier, vol. 68 (2): 726-727
Jane A. Lawson, ed., The Elizabethan New Year's Gift Exchanges 1559–1603 (Oxford University Press: British Academy, 2013. Pp. 739. ISBN 9780197265260 Hbk. £140)
Judith M. Spicksley, vol. 68 (2): 728-729
Guy Lawton, ed., Church Lawton Manor Court Rolls, 1631–1860 (Lancaster: Record Society of Lancashire and Cheshire, 2013. Pp. lxii+297. ISBN 9780902593824 Hbk. £30)
Carol Beardmore, vol. 68 (2): 729-729