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ISSN: 0013-0117

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- Punto di servizio: Economia Coll. Riv. Str. 0060
Consistenza: n. 1, 1927/28-
Lacune: a. 6, 1935-36; a. 15, 1946, 2;

- Punto di servizio: Scienze Politiche Coll. Riv. Str. 0306
Consistenza: n. 24, 1971-n. 54, 2001

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a. 43 n. s., 1990, 4

B. C. Schedvin, Staples and regions of Pax Britannica [Surveys and Speculations], p. 533
Pamela Nightingale, Monetary contraction and mercantile credit in later medieval England, p. 560
T. J. Hatton, The demand for British exports, 1870-1913, p. 576
Charles Feinstein, New estimates of average earnings in the United Kingdom, 1880-1913, p. 595
Robert A. Mcguire, Deflation-induced increases in post-Civil War US tariffs, p. 633
Jon S. Cohen, Francesco L. Galassi, Sharecropping and productivity: 'feudal residues' in Italian agriculture, 1911, p. 646
Mark Harrison, A volume index of the total munitions output of the United Kingdom, 1939-1944, p. 657
Roger Middleton, Peter Wardley, Information technology in economic and social history: the computer as philospher's stone or Pandora's box?, p. 667
Matthew Hale, Richard Hawkins, Michael Partridge, Annual List of Publications on the economic and social history of Great Britain and Ireland (published in 1989), p. 697

Book Reviews, p. 735


a. 43 n. s., 1990, 3

Charles Feinstein, What really happened to real wages? Trends in wages, prices and productivity in the United Kingdom, 1880-1913 [Surveys and Speculations], p. 329
Simon A. C. Penn, Christopher Dyer, Wages and earnings in late medieval England: evidence from the enforcement of the labour laws, p. 356
J. V. Beckett, Michael Turner, Taxation and economic growth in eighteenth-century England, p. 377
Anthony Webster, The political economy of trade liberalization: the East India Company Charter Act of 1813, p. 404
Richard Perren, Structural change and market growth in the food industry: flour milling in Britain, Europe and America, 1850-1914, p. 420
Ben Fine, The interwar British coal industry: a revisionist approach, p. 438
Marcello De Paiva Abreu, Brazil as a creditor: sterling balances, 1940-1952, p. 450
Stephan Nicholas, Australia: an economical prison? [Comments], p. 470
Frank D. Lewis, Australia: an economical prison? A reply [Comments], p. 477

Book Reviews, p. 483


a. 43 n. s., 1990, 2

Julian Hoppit, Counting the industrial revolution [Surveys and Speculations], p. 173
P. J. P. Goldberg, Urban identity and the poll taxes of 1377, 1379 and 1381, p. 194
R. V. Jackson, Government expenditure and British economic growth in the eighteenth century: some problems of measurement, p. 217
Robin Pearson, Thrift or dissipation? The business of life assurance in the early nineteenth century, p. 236
Peter Gatrell, After Tsushima: economic and administrative aspects of Russian naval rearmament, 1905-1913, p. 255
S. N. Broadberry, The emergence of mass unemployment: explaining macro-economic trends in Britain during the trans-World War I period, p. 271
Frank Geary, Accounting for entrepreneurship in late Victorian Britain [Comments], p. 283
Charles Feinstein, Britains overseas investments in 1913 [Comments], p. 288

Book Reviews, p. 296


a. 43 n. s., 1990, 1

R. W. Hoyle, Tenure and the land market in early modern England: or a late contribution to the Brenner debate [Surveys and Speculations], p. 1
Amy Louise Erickson, Common law versus common practice: the use of marriage settlements in early modern England, p. 21
F. M. L. Thompson, Life after death: how successful nineteenth-century businessmen disposed of their fortunes, p. 40
John Singleton, Planning for cotton, 1945-1951, p. 62
Joseph Harrison, The economic history of Spain since 1800 [Essays in Bibliography and Criticism], p. 79
L. D. Schwarz, Trends in wage rates 1750-1790: a reply to Hunt and Botham [Comments], p. 90
Henry Phelps Brown, Gregory King's notebook and the Phelps Brown/Hopkins price index [Comments], p. 99
Christopher Dyer, R.A. Houston, Katrina Honeyman, G. N. von Tunzelmann, Review of Periodical Literature in 1988, p. 104

Book Reviews, p. 137


a. 42 n. s., 1989, 4

Derek Matthews, The British Experience of Profit Sharing [Surveys and Speculations], p. 439
E. Cabrera, The Medieval Origins of the great Landed Estates of the Guadalquivir Valley, p. 465
Philip Richardson, The Structure of Capital during the Industrial Revolution revisited: Two Case Studies from the Cotton Textile Industry, p. 484
Michael Collins, The Banking Crisis of 1878, p. 504
Kenneth D. Brown, Models in History: A Micro Study of late Nineteenth-Century British Entrepreneurship, p. 528
G. C. Peden, Britain in the 1930s: A Managed Economy?, p. 538
Roger Middleton, Britain in the 1930s: A Managed Economy?, p. 544
Alan Booth, Britain in the 1930s: A Managed Economy? A Reply to Peden and Middleton, p. 548
Anthony Gandy, Richard Hawkins, Michael Partridge, Annual List of Publications on the Economic and Social History of Great Britain and Ireland 1988, p. 557

Reviews, p. 597


a. 42 n. s., 1989, 3

Christopher Dyer, The Consumer and the Market in the later Middle Ages [Surveys and Speculations], p. 305
Peter Earle, The Female Labour Market in London in the Late Seventeenth and Early Eighteenth Centuries, p. 328
J. Foreman-Peck, Foreign Investment and Imperial Exploitation: Blanace of Payments Reconstruction for Nineteenth-Century Britain and India, p. 354
Ron Weir, Rationalization and Diversification in the Scotch Whisky Industry, 1900-1939: Another Look at 'Old' and 'New' Industries, p. 375
Geoffrey E. Wood, A Comment on 'The Origins of Cheaper Money', p. 396
Susan Howson, Cheap Money versus Cheaper Money: A Reply to Prof. Wood, p. 401

Reviews, p. 406


a. 42 n. s., 1989, 2

A. K. Cairncross, In Praise of Economic History [Surveys and Speculations], p. 173
H. V. Bowen, Investment and Empire in the later Eighteenth Century: East India Stockholding, 1756-1791, p. 186
Ian Gazeley, The Cost of Living for Urban Workers in late Victorian and Edwardian Britain, p. 207
T. Balderston, War Finance and Inflation in Britain and Germany, 1914-1918, p. 222
J. Mcallister, Colonial America, 1607-1776 [Essays in Bibliography and Criticism], p. 245
V. Balasubramanyam, Capital Exports, 1870-1914, p. 260
Peter Temin, Capital Exports, 1870-1914: A Reply, p. 265

Reviews, p. 267


a. 42 n. s., 1989, 1

Mark Bailey, The Concept of the Margin in the Medieval English Economy [Surveys and Speculations], p. 1
Nicky Gregson, Tawney revisited: Custom and the Emergence of Capitalist Class Relations in North-East Cumbria, 1600-1830, p. 18
Lee Soltow, The Rich and the Destitute in Sweden, 1805-1855: A Test of Tocqueville's Inequality Hypotheses, p. 43
Charles Harvey, John Press, Overseas Investment and the Professional Advance of British Metal Mining Engineers, 1851-1914, p. 64
J. Redmond, Was Sterling Overvalued in 1925? A Comment, p. 87
K.G. P. Matthews, Was Sterling Overvalued in 1925? A Reply and further Evidence, p. 90

Reviews, p. 127


a. 41 n. s., 1988, 4

F. D. Lewis, The Cost of Convict Transportation from Britain to Australia, 1796-1810 [Surveys and Speculations], p. 507
R. A. Leaver, Five Hides in Ten Counties: A Contribution to the Domesday Regression Debate, p. 525
John A. James, Personal Wealth Distribution in late Eighteenth-Century Britain, p. 543
Barry Supple, The Political Economy of Demoralization: The State and the Coalmining Industry in America and Britain between the Wars, p. 566
Derek H. Aldcroft, Eastern Europe in an Age of Turbulence, 1919-1950 [Essays in Bibliography and Criticism], p. 592
Til Geiger, Richard Hawkins, Michael Partridge, Annual List of Publications on the Economic and Social History of Great Britain and Ireland 1987, p. 603

Reviews, p. 637


a. 41 n. s., 1988, 3

Professor Frederick Jack Fisher 1908-1988 [Nachruf; Obituary], p. 343
W. R. Lee, Economic Development and the State in Nineteenth-Century Germany [Surveys and Speculations], p. 346
M. J. Stephenson, Woll Yields in the Medieval Economy, p. 368
Dorian Gerhold, The Growth of the London Carrying Trade, 1681-1838, p. 392
William E Van Vugt, Running from Ruin? The Emigration of British Farmers to the U.S.A. in the Wake of the Repeal of the Corn Laws, p. 411
G. Jones, Foreign Multi-Nationals and British Industry before 1945, p. 429
Eileen Spring, The Strict Settlement: Its Role in Family History, p. 454
Lloyd Bonfield, Strict Settlement and the Family: A Differing View, p. 461

Reviews, p. 467


a. 41 n. s., 1988, 2

Mark Harrison, Resource Mobilization for World War II: The U.S.A., U.K., U.S.S.R. and Germany, 1938-1945 [Surveys and Speculations], p. 171
Bruce Campbell, The Diffusion of Vetches in Medieval England, p. 193
Joel Mokyr, Cormac Ó Gráda, Poor and getting poorer? Living Standards in Ireland before the Famine, p. 209
Humphrey R. Southall, The Origins of the Depressed Areas: Unemployment, Growth and Regional Economic Structure in Britain before 1914, p. 236
Mira Wilkins, The Free-Standing Company, 1870-1914: An Important Type of British Foreign Direct Investment, p. 259
Neil Rollings, British Budgetary Policy, 1945-1954: A 'Keynesian Revolution'?, p. 283
Roger Davidson, The Measurement of Urban Poverty: A missing Dimension, p. 299

Reviews, p. 302


a. 41 n. s., 1988, 1

Patrick O'Brien, The Political Economy of British Taxation, 1660-1815 [Surveys and Speculations], p. 1
R. C. Allen, The Price of Freehold Land and the Interest Rate in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries, p. 33
S. J. Banks, Nineteenth-Century Scandal or Twentieth-Century Model? A New Look at 'open' and 'closed' Parishes, p. 51
Nich Bosanquet, Anne Digby, Doctors and Patients in an Era of National Health Insurance and Private Practice, 1913-38, p. 74
Jon S. Cohen, Was Italian Fascism a Developmental Dictatorship? Some Evidence to the Contrary, p. 95
C. R. J. Currie, Early Vetches in Medieval England, p. 114
Henry Finch, The 'Golden Age' of Latin America [Essays in Bibliography and Criticism], p. 117

Reviews, p. 122

a

. 40 n. s., 1987, 4

Alan Booth, Britain in the 1930s: A Managed Economy? [Surveys and Speculations], p. 499
Mavis Mate, Pastoral Farming in South-East England in the Fifteenth Century, p. 523
Gerard Turnbull, Canals, Coal and Regional Growth during the Industrial Revolution, p. 537
R. V. Jackson, The Structure of Pay in Nineteenth-Century Britain, p. 561
Neil Forbes, London Banks, the German Standstill Agreements and 'Economic Appeasement' in the 1930s, p. 571
William J. Hausman, The English Coastal Coal Trade, 1691-1910: How rapid was Productivity Growth?, p. 588
Simon Ville, Defending Productivity Growth in the English Coal Trade during the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries, p. 597
Richard Hawkins, Michael Partridge, Simon Ville, Annual List of Publications on the Economic and Social History of Great Britain and Ireland 1986, p. 603

Reviews, p. 648


a. 40 n. s., 1987, 3

François Bédarida, The Modern Historian's Dilemma: Conflicting Pressures from Science and Society [Surveys and Speculations], p. 335
Patrick Chorley, The Cloth Exports of Flanders and Northern France during the Thirteenth Century: A Luxury Trade?, p. 349
F. W. Botham, E.H. Hunt, Wages in Britain during the Industrial Revolution, p. 380
Alan J. Kidd, Historians or Polemicists? How the Webbs wrote their History of the English Poor Laws, p. 400
N. F. R. Crafts, Long-term Unemployment in Britain in the 1930s, p. 418
S. Howson, The Origins of Cheaper Money, 1945-7, p. 433
Peter Temin, Capital Exports, 1870-1914: An Alternative Model, p. 453
Sidney Pollard, Comment on Peter Temin's Comment, p. 459

Reviews, p. 461


a. 40 n. s., 1987, 2

Jonathan Zeitlin, From Labour History to the History of Industrial Relations [Surveys and Speculations], p. 159
Charles Harvey, Peter Taylor, Mineral Wealth and Economic Development: Foreign Direct Investment in Spain, 1851-1913, p. 185
E. P. Hennock, The Movement of Poverty: From the Metropolis to the Nation, 1880-1920, p. 208
Noel Whiteside, Counting the Cost: Sickness and Disability among Working People in an Era of Industrial Recession, 1920-39, p. 228
J. D. Hamshere, Regressing Domesday Book: Tax Assessments of Domesday England, p. 247
John Macdonald, G. D. Snooks, The Suitability of Domesday Book for Cliometric Analysis, p. 252
J. D. Hamshere, Domesday Book, Cliometric Analysis and Taxation Assessments, p. 262
Robert Vicat Turrell, Jean-Jacques Van Helten, The Investment Group: The Missing Link in British Overseas Economic Expansion before 1914?, p. 267
S. D. Chapman, A Reply: Investment Groups in India and South Africa, p. 275
H. J. Habakkuk, The Agrarian History of England and Wales: Regional Farming Systems and Agrarian Change, 1640-1750 [Essays in Bibliography and Criticism], p. 281

Reviews, p. 297


a. 40 n. s., 1987, 1

P. J. Cain, A.G. Hopkins, Gentlemanly Capitalism and British Expansion overseas, II. New Imperialism, 1850-1945 [Surveys and Speculations], p. 1
W. M. Ormrod, The English Crown and Customs, 1349-63, p. 27
Leah Leneman, R. Mitchison, Scottish Illegitimacy Ratios in the Early Modern Period, p. 41
M. J. French, The Emergence of a U.S. Multinational Enterprise: The Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company, 1910-39, p. 64
William Lazonick, Stubborn Mules: Some Comments, p. 80
Gary Saxonhouse, Gavin Wright, Stubborn Mules: Contraint or Preference?, p. 87

Reviews, p. 95


a. 39 n. s., 1986, 4

Professor Sydney George Checkland, 1916-1986, p. v
P. J. Cain, A. G. Hopkins, Gentlemanly Capitalism and British Expansion Overseas. I. The Old Colonial System, 1688-1850, p. 501
H. S. A Fox, The Alleged Transformation from Two-field to Threefield Systems in Medieval England, p. 526
Christine MacLeod, The 1690s Patents Boom: Invention or Stock-jobbing?, p. 549
K. J. P. Matthews, Was Sterling Overvalued in 1925?, p. 572
Donald Coleman, Christine MacLeod, Attitudes to New Techniques: British Businessmen, 1800-1950, p. 588
Tim Clayden, Michael Partridge, Simon Ville, List of Publications on the Economic and Social History of Great Britain and Ireland Published in 1985, p. 612

Reviews, p. 652


a. 39 n. s., 1986, 3

Lloyd Bonfield, 'Affective Families', 'Open Elites' and Family Settlements in Early Modern England [Surveys and Speculations], p. 341
Simon Ville, Total Factor Productivity in the English Shipping Industry: The North-East Coal trade, 1700-1850, p. 355
David F. Mitch, The Impact of Subsidies to Elementary Schooling on Enrolment Rates in Nineteenth-century England, p. 371
Christopher Schmitz, The Rise of Big Business in the World Copper Industry, 1870-1930, p. 392
S. H. Rigby, Late Medieval Urban Prosperity: The Evidence of the Lay Subsidies, p. 411
A. R. Bridbury, Dr Rigby's Comment: A Reply, p. 417
J. F. Hadwin, From Dissonance to Harmony in the Late Medieval Town, p. 423
Ian Blanchard, The Continental European Cattle Trade, 1400-1600, p. 427

Reviews, p. 461


a. 39 n. s., 1986, 2

N. R. Goose, In Search of the Urban Variable: Towns and the English Economy, 1500-1650 [Surveys and Speculations], p. 165
Peter Franklin, Peasant Widows' 'Liberation' and Remarriage before the Black Death, p. 186
Nuala Zahedieh, Trade, Plunder and Economic Development in Early English Jamaica, 1655-89, p. 205
B. J. Buchanan, The Evolution of the English Turnpike Trusts: Lessons from a Case Study, p. 223
K. C. P. Matthews, Was Sterling overvalued in 1925?, p. 244
J. M. Cooper, S. G. Wheatcroft, R. W. Davies, Soviet Industrialization Reconsidered: Some preliminary Conclusions about Economic Development between 1926 and 1941, p. 264

Reviews, p. 295


a. 39 n. s., 1986, 1

Professor Sidney George Checkland, 1916-1986 [Nachruf; Obituary], p. v
R. B. Outhwaite, Progress and Backwardness in English Agriculture, 1500-1650 [Surveys and Speculations], p. 1
John Hatcher, Mortality in the Fifteenth Century: Some New Evidence, p. 19
Julian Hoppit, Financial Crises in Eighteenth-Century England, p. 39
Alan P. Dobson, The Export White Paper, 10 September 1941, p. 59
D. Meredith, State Controlled Marketing and Economic 'Development': The Case of West African Produce during the Second World War, p. 77
John Singleton, Lancashire's Last Stand: Declining Employment in the British Cotton Industry, 1950-70, p. 92

Reviews, p. 125


a. 38 n. s., 1985, 4

Sidney Pollard, Capital Exports, 1870-1914: Harmful or beneficial? [Surveys and Speculations], p. 489
L. R. Poos, The Rural Population of Essex in the Later Middle Ages, p. 515
J. A. Hassan, The Growth and Impact of the British Water Industry in the Nineteenth Century, p. 531
J. F. Hadwin, R.G. Wilson, Economic and Social History at Advanced Level, p. 548
Mark Thomas, Accounting for Growth, 1870-1940: Stephen Nicholas and Total Factor Productivity Measurements, p. 569
Stephan Nicholas, British Economic Performance and Total Factor Productivity Growth, 1870-1940, p. 576
C. A. Bayly, State and Economy in India over Seven Hundred Years [Essays in Bibliography and Criticism], p. 583
Tim Claydon, Michael Partridge, Simon Ville, Annual List of Publications on the Economic and Social History of Great Britain and Ireland 1984, p. 597

Reviews, p. 637


a. 38 n. s., 1985, 3

R. V. Jackson, Growth and Deceleration in English Agriculture, 1660-1790 [Surveys and Speculations], p. 333
John Mcdonald, G. D. Snooks, How Artificial were the Tax Assessments of Domesday England? The Case of Essex, p. 352
Mark Swenarton, S. Taylor, The Scale and Nature of the Growth of Owner-Occupation in Britain between the Wars, p. 373
M. E. F. Jones, The Regional Impact of an Overvalued Pound in the 1920s, p. 393
J. Foreman-Peck, Seedcorn or Chaff? New Firm Foundation and the Performance of the Interwar Economy, p. 402
Peter Bartrip, Success or Failure? The Prosecution of the Early Factory Acts, p. 423
Nardinelli Clark, The Successful Prosecution of the Factory Acts: A Suggested Explanation, p. 428
A. E. Peacock, Factory Act Prosecutions: A hidden Consensus, p. 431
S. J. Mandelbaum, H. J. Dyos and British Urban History [Essays in Bibliography and Criticism], p. 437

Reviews, p. 448


a. 38 n. s., 1985, 2

Donald Woodward, 'Swords into Ploughshares': Recycling in pre-industrial England [Surveys and Speculations], p. 175
Pamela Nightingale, The Evolution of Weight Standards and the Creation of New Monetary and Commercial Links in Northern Europe from the Tenth Century to the Twelfth Century, p. 192
Y. Cassis, Bankers in English Society in the late Nineteenth Century, p. 210
S. D. Chapman, British-based Investment Groups before 1914, p. 230
W. W. Rostow, The World Economy since 1945: A Stylized Historical Analysis, p. 252
D. M. Mason, School Attendance in Nineteenth-Century Scotland, p. 276
R. D. Anderson, School Attendance in Nineteenth-Century Scotland: A Reply, p. 282
Donald Winch, Economic Liberalism as Ideology: The Appleby Version [Essays in Bibliography and Criticism], p. 287

Reviews, p. 298


a. 38 n. s., 1985, 1

Rondo Cameron, A new View of European Industrialization [Surveys and Speculations], p. 1
L. D. Schwarz, The Standard of Living in the Long Run: London, 1700-1860, p. 24
R. A. Buchanan, Institutional Proliferation in the British Engineering Profession, 1847-1914, p. 42
R. C. Michie, The London Stock Exchange and the British Securities Market, 1850-1914, p. 61
W. R. Garside, T. J. Hatton, Keynesian Policy and British Unemployment in the 1930s, p. 83
Alan Booth, Sean Glynn, Building Counterfactual Pyramids, p. 89
N. Rollings, The 'Keynesian Revolution' and Economic Policy-Making: A Comment, p. 95
Alan Booth, The 'Keynesian Revolution' and Economic Policy Making: A Reply, p. 101
Shinichi Yonekawa, Recent Writing on Japanese Economic and Social History [Essays in Bibliography and Criticism], p. 107

Reviews, p. 124


a. 37 n. s., 1984, 4

Joel Mokyr, Cormac Ó Gráda, New Developments in Irish Population History, 1700-1850 [Surveys and Speculations], p. 473
Stephan Nicholas, The Overseas Marketing Performance of British Industry, 1870-1914, p. 489
Gary R. Saxenhouse, G. Wright, New Evidence on the Stubborn English Mule and the Cotton Industry, 1878-1920, p. 507
John Redmond, The Sterling Overevaluation in 1925: A Multilateral Approach, p. 520
Caroline Heim, Limits to Intervention: The Bank of England and Industrial Diversification in the Depressed Areas, p. 533
Robin Titler, Late Medieval Urban Prosperity, p. 551
A. R. Bridbury, Late Medieval Urban Prosperity: A Rejoinder, p. 555
John Chapman, The Chronology of English Enclosure, p. 557
J. R. Wordie, The Chronology of English Enclosure: A Reply, p. 560
Tim Claydon, Johnathan Liebenau, Simon Ville, Annual List of Publications on the Economic and Social History of Great Britain and Ireland 1983, p. 563

Reviews, p. 609


a. 37 n. s., 1984, 3

Peter Richardson, Jean-Jacques Van Helten, The Development of the South African Gold-mining Industry [Surveys and Speculations], p. 319
Mavis Mate, Agrarian Economy after the Black Death: The Manors of Canterbury Cathedral Priory, 1348-91, p. 341
E. J. Hobsbawm, Artisan or Labour Aristocrat?, p. 355
P. E. Dewey, British Farming Profits and Government Policy during the First World War, p. 373
C. C. S. Newton, The Sterling Crisis of 1947 and the British Response to the Marshall Plan, p. 391
S. L. Choate, Agricultural Development and Government Policy in Settler Economies: A Comment, p. 409
Paul Mosley, Agricultural Development and Government Policy: A Reply, p. 414
Roger Price, Recent Work on the Economic and Social History of Nineteenth-Century France [Essays in Bibliography and Criticism], p. 417

Reviews, p. 435


a. 37 n. s., 1984, 2

G. C. Peden, The 'Treasury View' on Public Works and Employment in the Interwar Period [Surveys and Speculations], p. 167
W. Macafee, Irish Population in the Pre-Famine Period: Evidence from County Antrim, p. 182
A. E. Peacock, The Successful Prosecution of the Factory Acts, 1833-55, p. 197
T. J. T. Rooth, Limits of Leverage: The Anglo-Danish Trade Agreement of 1933, p. 211
Frances M. Lynch, Resolving the Paradox of the Monnet Plan: National and International Planning in French Reconstruction, p. 229
Mark Overton, Agricultural Productivity in Eighteenth-Century England: Some further Speculations, p. 244
Michael Turner, Agricultural Productivity in Eighteenth-Century England: Further Strains of Speculation, p. 252
J. D. Tomlinson, A 'Keynesian Revolution' in Economic Policy-making, p. 258
Alan Booth, Defining a 'Keynesian Revolution', p. 263
Ivan T. Berend, Balkan Economic Development [Essays in Bibliography and Criticism], p. 268

Reviews, p. 274


a. 37 n. s., 1984, 1

Professor Michael W. Flinn [Nachruf; Obituary], p. v
J. V. Beckett, The Pattern of Landownership in England and Wales, 1660-1880 [Surveys and Speculations], p. 1
K. P. Witney, The Economic Position of Husbandmen at the Time of the Domesday Book: A Kentish Perspective, p. 23
G. Jones, The Growth and Performance of British Multi-National Firms before 1939: The Case of Dunlop, p. 35
Alexander Dow, Finance and Foreign Control in Canadian Base Metal Mining, 1918-55, p. 54
Harold James, The Causes of the German Banking Crisis of 1931, p. 68
M. W. Flinn, English Workers' Living Standards during the Industrial Revolution: A Comment, p. 88
Peter H. Lindert, Jeffrey G. Williamson, Reply to Michael Flinn, p. 93
S. N. Broadberry, Fiscal Policy in Britain during the 1930s, p. 95
Roger Middleton, The Measurement of Fiscal Influence in Britain in the 1930s, p. 103
Barry Supple, Revisiting Rostow [Essays in Bibliography and Criticism], p. 107

Reviews, p. 115


a. 36 n. s., 1983, 4

J. R. Wordie, The Chronology of English Enclosure, 1500-1914 [Surveys and Speculations], p. 483
Eric L. Almquist, Labour Specialization and the Irish Economy in 1841: An Aggregate Occupational Analysis, p. 506
R. D. Anderson, Education and the State in Nineteenth-Century Scotland, p. 518
Joseph Harrison, Heavy Industry, the State and Economic Development in the Basque Region, 1876-1936, p. 535
Mark Thomas, Rearmament and Economic Recovery in the late 1930s, p. 552
Immanuel Wallerstein, European Economic Development: A Comment on O'Brien, p. 580
Patrick O'Brien, European Economic Development: A Reply, p. 584
June Hannam, Simon Ville, Annual List of Publications on the Economic and Social History of Great Britain and Ireland 1982, p. 586

Reviews, p. 627


a. 36 n. s., 1983, 3

Alan Booth, Sean Glynn, Unemployment in Interwar Britain: A Case for Re-learning the Lessons of the 1930s? [Surveys and Speculations], p. 329
Stephen J. Kunitz, Speculations on the European Mortality Decline, p. 349
L. J. Jones, L. D. Schwarz, Wealth, Occupation and Insurance in the Late Eighteenth Century: The Policy Registers of the Sun Fire Office, p. 365
Michael Collins, Long-term Growth of the English Banking Sector and Money Stock, 1844-80, p. 374
T. Balderston, The Beginning of the Depression in Germany, 1927-30: Investment and the Capital Market, p. 395
H. J. Kiesling, Nineteenth-Century Education according to West: A Comment, p. 416
E. G. West, Nineteenth-Century Educational History: The Kiesling Critique, p. 426
D. C. Coleman, Proto-industrialization: A Concept too many [Essays in Bibliography and Criticism], p. 435

Reviews, p. 449


a. 36 n. s., 1983, 2

N. F. R. Crafts, British Economic Growth, 1700-1831: A Review of the Evidence [Surveys and Speculations], p. 177
J. F. Hadwin, The Medieval Lay Subsidies and Economic History, p. 200
Anne Digby, Changes in the Asylum: The Case of York, 1777-1815, p. 218
Robert B. Gordon, Cost and Use of Water Power during Industrialization in New England and Great Britain: A Geological Interpretation, p. 240
A. J. H. Latham, Larry Neal, The International Market in Rice and Wheat, 1868-1914, p. 260
G. C. Peden, Sir Richard Hopkins and the 'Keynesian Revolution' in Employment Policy, 1929-45, p. 281

Reviews, p. 297


a. 36 n. s., 1983, 1

Peter H. Lindert, Jeffrey G. Williamson, English Workers' Living Standards during the Industrial Revolution: A New Look [Surveys and Speculations], p. 1
Bruce Campbell, Agricultural Progress in Medieval England: Some Evidence from eastern Norfolk, p. 26
Boaz Shoshan, Supply and Grain Prices in Fifteenth-Century Egypt, p. 47
D. J. Oddy, Urban Famine in Nineteenth-Century Britain: The Effect of the Lancashire Cotton Famine on Working-Class Diet and Health, p. 68
Richard Breen, Farm Servanthood in Ireland, 1900-40, p. 87
Alan Booth, The 'Keynesian Revolution' in Economic Policy-making, p. 103

Reviews, p. 124


a. 35 n. s., 1982, 4

Michael Turner, Agricultural Productivity in England in the Eighteenth Century: Evidence from Crop Yields [Surveys and Speculations], p. 489
J. Keith Horsefield, The 'Stop of the Exchequer' Revisited, p. 511
A. E. Dingle, 'The Monster Nuisance of all': Landwoners, Alkali Manufacturers and Air Pollution, 1828-64, p. 529
Wray Vamplew, The Economics of a Sports Industry: Scottish Footbal Gate-Money, 1890-1914, p. 549
Anne Mayhew, 'The First Economic Revolution' as Fiction, p. 568
D. C. North, Reply to 'The First Economic Revolution' as Fiction, p. 572
A. R. Bridbury, The Lisle Letters [Essays in Bibliography and Criticism], p. 573
John Armstrong, J. Hannam, Annual List of Publications on the Economic and Social History of Great Britain and Ireland 1981, p. 581

Reviews, p. 620


a. 35 n. s., 1982, 3

D. M. Palliser, Tawney's Century: Brave New World or Malthusian Trap [Surveys and Speculations], p. 339
Robert C. Nash, The English and Scottish Tobacco Trades in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries: Legal and Illegal Trade, p. 354
M. W. Beresford, Prometheus insured: The Sun Fire Agency in Leeds during Urbanization, 1716-1826, p. 373
V. Morgan, Paul Mosley, Agricultural Developmen and Government Policy in Settler Economies: The Case of Kenya and Southern Rhodesia, 1900-60, p. 390
J. A. Yelling, Rationality in the Common Fields, p. 409
Donald E. Ginter, A Wealth of Problems with the Land Tax, p. 416
G. J. Wilson, The Land Tax Problem, p. 422
Lee Soltow, The Land Tax Redemption Records, 1798-1963, p. 427
William Ashworth, The Newest and Truest Economic History [Essays in Bibliography and Criticism], p. 434
M. W. Flinn, The Population History of England, 1541-1871 [Essays in Bibliography and Criticism], p. 443

Reviews, p. 458


a. 35 n. s., 1982, 2

Jan Vansina, Towards a History of Lost Corners in the World [Surveys and Speculations], p. 165
J. I. Kermode, Urban Decline? The Flight from Office in Late Medieval York, p. 179
R. A. Houston, The Development of Literacy: Northn England, 1640-1750, p. 199
M. E. Falkus, Early Development of the British Gas Industry, 1790-1815, p. 217
F. J. A. Broeze, Private Enterprise and the Peopling of Australasia, 1831-50, p. 235
R. Lowe, Hours of Labour: Negotiating Industrial Legislation in Britain, 1919-39, p. 254
R. J. Overy, Hitler's War and the German Economy: A Reinterpretation, p. 272
Jenny Morris, State Reform and the Local Economy, p. 292
James A. Schmiechen, State Reform and the Local Economy: A Reply, p. 301

Reviews, p. 306


a. 35 n. s., 1982, 1

Professor Sir Michael Moissey Postan [Nachruf; Obituary], p. iv
Patrick O'Brien, European Economic Development: The Contribution of the Periphery [Surveys and Speculations], p. 1
Christopher Dyer, Deserted Medieval Villages in the West Midlands, p. 19
J. V. Beckett, Regional Variation and the Agricultural Depression, 1730-50, p. 35
E. Hopkins, Working Hours and Conditions during the Industrial Revolution: A Re-appraisal, p. 52
Ian P.H. Duffy, The Discount Policy of the Bank of England during the Suspension of Cash Payments, 1797-1821, p. 67
Stephan Nicholas, Total Factor Productivity Growth and the Revision of post-1870 British Economic History, p. 83
P. Gatrell, Industrial Expansion in Tsarist Russia, 1908-14, p. 99

Reviews, p. 111


a. 34 n. s., 1981, 4

Peter Robb, British Rule and Indian 'Improvement' [Surveys and Speculations], p. 507
Brian G. Awty, The Continental Origins of Wealden Ironworkers, 1451-1544, p. 524
David J. Moss, The Bank of England and the Country Banks: Birmingham, 1827-33, p. 540
Andrew Porter, Britain, the Cape Colony and Natal, 1870-1915: Capital, Shipping and the Imperial Connection, p. 554
M. J. Daunton, Down the Pit: Work in the great Northern and South Wales Coalfields, 1870-1914, p. 578
John Armstrong, J. Hannam, Annual List of Publications on the Economic and Social History of Great Britain and Ireland 1980, p. 598

Reviews, p. 643


a. 34 n. s., 1981, 3

C. Heywood, The Role of the Peasantry in French Industrialization, 1815-80 [Surveys and Speculations], p. 359
David Abulafia, Southern Italy and the Florentine Economy, p. 377
R. B. Outhwaite, Dearth and Government Intervention in English Grain Markets, 1590-1700, p. 389
K. D. M. Snell, Agricultural Seasonal Unemployment, the Standard of Living and Women's Work in the South and East, 1690-1860, p. 407
C. H. Lee, Regional Growth and Structural Change in Victorian Britain, p. 438
Jürgen Kocka, Capitalism and Bureaucracy in German Industrialization before 1914, p. 453
P. Slack, The Disappearance of Plague: An alternative View, p. 469

Reviews, p. 477


a. 34 n. s., 1981, 2

F. M. L. Thompson, Social Control in Victorian Britain [Surveys and Speculations], p. 189
R. H. Britnell, The Proliferation of Markets in England, 1200-1349, p. 209
A. S. Kussmaul, The Ambiguous Mobility of Farm Servants, p. 222
M. Turner, Cost, Finance and Parliamentary Enclosure, p. 236
J. K. Walton, The Demand for Working-Class Seaside Holidays in Victorian England, p. 249
R. Middleton, The Constant Employment Budget Balance and British Budgetary Policy, 1929-39, p. 266
R. F. Holland, The Federation of British Industries and the International Economy, 1929-39, p. 287
C. Bridge, Britain and the Indian Currency Crisis, 1930-2: A Comment, p. 301
B. R. Tomlinson, Britain and the Indian Currency Crisis, 1930-2: A Reply, p. 305
P. F. Clarke, Hobson, Free Trade and Imperialism, p. 308
P. J. Cain, Hobson's Developing Theory of Imperialism, p. 313

Reviews, p. 317


a. 34 n. s., 1981, 1

A. R. Bridbury, English Provincial Towns in the later Middle Ages [Surveys and Speculations], p. 1
W. R. Childs, England's Iron Trade in the Fifteenth Century, p. 25
J. F. Pound, The Validity of the Freemen's Lists: Some Norwich Evidence, p. 48
Lee Soltow, Wealth Distribution in England and Wales in 1798, p. 60
G. P. H. Chorley, The Agricultural Revolution in Northern Europe, 1750-1880: Nitrogen, Legumes and Crop Productivity, p. 71
W. A. Armstrong, The Trend of Mortality in Carlisle between the 1790s and the 1840s: A Demographic Contribution to the Standard of Living Debate, p. 94
Wray Vamplew, Tithes and Agriculture: Some Comments on Commutation, p. 115
Dileep M. Wagle, Imperial Preference and the Indian Steel Industry, p. 120
J. Foreman-Peck, The British Tariff and Industrial Protection in the 1930s: An Alternative Model, p. 132
F. H. Capie, Tariffs, Elasticities and Prices in Britain in the 1930s, p. 140
Joel Mokyr, Industrialization in two Languages [Essays in Bibliography and Criticism], p. 143

Reviews, p. 150

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