The Journal of Economic History

New York, Economic History Association
Quadrimestrale; dal 1951 Trimestrale
ISSN: 0022-0507

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- Punto di servizio: Economia, Riv. Str. 0264
Consistenza: a. 1, 1941-

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Consistenza: 21(1961)-23(1963); 32(1972)-
Lacune: 1961-1963, 1978; 2005, 3, 4; 2006, 1;

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Consistenza: n. 1, 1941: 5, 1945; 20/2, 1960; 21/3, 1961

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a. X, 1950 (Supplement Issue of The Journal of Economic History)
THE TASKS OF ECONOMIC HISTORY

PAPERS PRESENTED AT THE TENTH ANNUAL MEETING OF THE ECONOMIC HISTORY ASSOCIATION, VASSAR COLLEGE, POUGHKEEPSIE, NEW YORK, SEPTEMBER 15-16, 1950

THE ROLE OF GOVERNMENT AND BUSINESS ENTERPRISE IN THE PROMOTION OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

INTRODUCTION
Carter Goodrich, The Theme to be Explored, p. 1

THE STATE AND MEASUREMENT
Solomon Fabricant, The Quantitative Study of Government Activity, p.4

OCEANIC EXPANSION
Frederic C. Lane, Force and Enterprise in the Creation of Oceanic Commerce, p. 19
Jelle C. Lane, Government Influence on Company Organization in Holland and England, p. 31

NORTH AMERICAN RAILROADS
Milton S. Heath, Public Railroad Construction and the Development of Private Enterprise in the South before 1861, p. 40
Thomas C. Cochran, Land Grants and Railroad Entrepreneurship, p.53

RISE OF MODERN INDUSTRY
Ralph H. Bowen, The Roles of Government and Private Enterprise in German Industrial Growth, 1870-1914, p. 68
Ralph W. Hidy, Industry of the United States to 1911, p.82

CONTEMPORARY PROGRAMS
Rifat Tirana, Government Financing of Economic Development Abroad, p. 92
W. W. Rostow, Government and Private Enterprise in European Recovery, p. 105


a. X, 1950, 2

Goodrich, The Religion Against Internal Improvements, p.145
Imlah, The Terms of Trade of the United Kingdom, 1798-1913, p.170
Landes, The Statistical Study of French Crises, p. 195
Knight, The Geohistory of Fernand Braudel, p.212
Craeybeckx, Economic History in Belgium and the Netherlands, p.261

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a. X, 1950, 1

Machlup, Penrose, The Patent Controversy in the Nineteenth Century, p.1
Berry, The Effect of Business Conditions On Early Judicial Decisions Concerning Restraint of Trade, p. 30
Mallalieu, Joseph Chamberlain and Workmen's Compensation, p.45

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a. IX, 1949 (Supplement Issue)
THE TASKS OF ECONOMIC HISTORY

PAPERS PRESENTED AT THE NINTH ANNUAL MEETING OF THE ECONOMIC HISTORY ASSOCIATION, RUTGERS UNIVERSITY, NEW BRUNSWICK, NEW JERSEY, SEPTEMBER 9-10, 1949

Herbert Heaton, The Making of an Economic Historian, p. 1
T. S. Ashton, The Standard of Life of the Workers in England, 1790-1830, p. 19
William Adams Brown Jr., Gold as a Monetary Standard, 1914-1949, p. 39
Charles R. Whittlesey, Political Aspects of the Gold Problem, p. 50
Clarence H. Danhof, American Evaluations of European Agriculture, p. 61
Everett E. Edwards, Europe's Contribution to the American Dairy Industry, p. 72
Herbert O. Brayer, The Influence of British Capital on the Western Range-Cattle Industry, p. 85
Edward C. Kirkland, The Place of Theory in Teaching American Economic History, p. 99


a. IX, 1949, 2

Uscher, The Significance of Modern Empiricism for History and Economics, p. 137
White, Financing Industrial Expansion for War, p. 156
Miller, American Historians and the Business Elite, p. 184

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a. IX, 1949, 1

Leonard, The Decline of Railroad Consolidation, p. 1
Aldrige, Franklin as Demographer, p. 25
Landes, French Entrepreneurship and Industrial Growth in the Nineteenth Century, p. 45

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a. VIII, 1948 (Supplement Issue)
THE TASKS OF ECONOMIC HISTORY

PAPERS PRESENTED AT THE EIGHTH ANNUAL MEETING OF THE ECONOMIC HISTORY ASSOCIATION, CAMBRIDGE, MASSACHUSETTS, SEPTEMBER 11-11, 1948

Anne Bezanson, Inflation and Controls, Pennsylvania, 1774-1779, p.1
Crane Brinton, The Manipulation of Economic Unrest, p.21
a. W. Bladen, The Centenary of Marx and Mill, p. 32
William O. Aydelotte, The England of Marx and Mill as Reflected in Fiction, p.42
J. Bartlet Brebner, Laissez Faire and State Intervention in Nineteenth-Century Britain, p.59
Arthur L. Dunham, Unrest in France in 1848, p. 74
Ralph E. Turner, Economic Discontent in Medieval Western Europe, p.85
C. Bradford Welles, The Economic Background of Plato's Communism, p.101


a. VIII, 1948, 2

Imlah, Real Values in British Foreign Trade, 1798-1853, p.133
James, Charity Endowments as Sources of Local Credit in Seventeenth and Eighteenth-Century England, p. 153

REVIEW ARTICLE
Dillard, The Keynesian Revolution and Economic Development, p.171

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a. VIII, 1948, 1

Hammond, Banking in the Early West: Monopoly, Prohibition, and Laissez Faire, p. 1
Stephenson, In Praise of Medieval Tinkers, p.26
Kessler, Incorporation in New England: A Statistical Study, 1800-1875, p.43

REVIEW ARTICLE
Lopez, Italian Leadership in the Medieval Business World, p.63

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a. VII, 1947 (Supplement Issue)
THE TASKS OF ECONOMIC HISTORY

PAPERS PRESENTED AT THE SEVENTH ANNUAL MEETING OF THE ECONOMIC HISTORY ASSOCIATION, NEW HAVEN, CONNECTICUT, SEPTEMBER 12-13, 1947

ECONOMIC GROWTH

Joseph A. Schumpeter, Theoretical Problems, p. 1
Simon Kuznets, Measurement, p.10
Abbott Payson Usher, Resource Requirements, p. 35
Ben W. Lewis, Samuel Rezneck, Kent T. Healy, Energy, p. 47
S. D. Clark, Benjamin Nelson, Religion, p. 89
Joseph J. Spengler, The Role of the State, p.123
Alexander Gerschenkron, The Rate of Growth in Russia, p.144


a. VII, 1947, 2

Schumpeter, The Creative Response in Economic History, p.149
Ike, Taxation and Landownership in the Westernization of Japan, p.160
Lake, The End of the Suffolk System, p. 183

REVIEW ARTICLE
Schwartz, An Attempt at Synthesis in American Banking, p.208

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a. VII, 1947, 1

Hammond, Jackson, Biddle, and the Bank of the United States, p.1
Lattimore, Inner Asian Frontiers, p.24
Goldin, Governmental Policy and the Domestic Telegraph Industry, p.53
De Roover, The Decline of the Medici Bank, p. 69

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a. VI, 1946 (Supplement Issue)
THE TASKS OF ECONOMIC HISTORY

PAPERS PRESENTED AT THE SIXTH ANNUAL MEETING OF THE ECONOMIC HISTORY ASSOCIATION, BALTIMORE, MARYLAND, SEPTEMBER 13-14, 1946

Cole, An Approach to the Study of Entrepreneurship, p.1
East, The Business Entrepreneur in a Colonial Economy, p.16
Destler, Entrepreneurial Leadership: The "Robber Barons ", p.28
Heaton, Other Wests Than Ours, p. 50
Hammond, Economic Stagnation in the Early Roman Empire, p.63
Clough, Retardative Factors in French Economic Development, p.91
Hutchins, The Declining American Maritime Industries, p.103


a. VI, 1946, 2

Dillard, The Pragmatic Basis of Keynes's Political Economy, p.121
De Roover, The Medici Bank: Financial and Commercial Operations, p.153
Saloutos, The Spring-Wheat Farmer in a Maturing Economy 1870-1920, p.173

REVIEW ARTICLE
Clough, The Crisis in French Economy at the Beginning of the Revolution, p. 191

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a. VI, 1946, 1

Heaton, A Merchant Adventurer in Brazil, p.1
De Roover, The Medici Bank: Organization and Management, p.24
Irvine, George Bernard Shaw and Karl Marx, p. 53
Hamilton, Posthumus' Prices in the Netherlands, p. 73
Hammond, Schlesinger's Age of Jackson, p. 79
James, Clapham's Bank of England, p. 84

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a. V, 1945 (Supplement Issue)
THE TASKS OF ECONOMIC HISTORY

PAPERS PREPARED FOR MEETING OF THE ECONOMIC HISTORY ASSOCIATION

Reynolds, In Search of a Business Class in Thirteenth-Century Genoa, p. 1
Mills, The American Business Elite: A Collective Portrait, p.20
Cole, Business History and Economic History, p.45
Cochran, The Economics in a Business History, p.54
Gilfillan, Invention as a Factor in Economic History, p.66
Wolman, Labor Policy and Economic History, p. 86


a. V, 1945, 2

Kirkland, The "Railroad Scheme "of Massachusetts, p.145
Edler de Roover, Early Examples of Marine Insurance, p. 172
Venit, Isaac Bronson: His Banking Theory, p.201
Clark, Historical Explanation of Land Use in New Zealand, p.215
Espinas, Labrousse, French Scholarship in Economic History, p.276

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a. V, 1945, 1

Handlin, Origins of the American Business Corporation, p.1
Stark, The Realism of Saint-Simon's Spiritual Program, p.24
Cole, Business Manuscripts: A Pressing Problem, p. 43
Cochran, The New York Committee on Business Records, p. 60
Stockder, Medieval Money and Banking, p. 65
Leiserson, Labor History, p. 69

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a. IV, 1944 (Supplement Issue)
THE TASKS OF ECONOMIC HISTORY

PAPERS PRESENTED AT THE FOURTH ANNUAL MEETING OF THE ECONOMIC HISTORY ASSOCIATION, PRINCETON, J., SEPTEMBER 29-30, 1944

John U. Nef, Richard H. Shryock, Harold F. Williamson, What Is Economic History?, p. 1
Stanley Pargellis, Ralph Budd Colston E. Warne, The Corporation and the Historian, p. 29
Earl J. Hamilton, Use and Misuse of Price History, p.47
Wesley C. Mitchell, The Role of Money in Economic History, p.61
Leland H. Jenks, British Experience with Foreign Investments, p.68
Harold A. Innis, On the Economic Significance of Culture, p.80


a. IV, 1944, 2

Redlich, The Leaders of the German Steam-Engine Industry during the First Hundred Years, p. 121
Walters, The American Career of David Parish, p. 149
Rae, Federal Land Grants in Aid of Canals, p. 167
Lane, Family Partnerships and Joint Ventures in the Venetian Republic, p. 178

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a. IV, 1944, 1

Jenks, Railroads as an Economic Force, p. 1
Hamilton, Monetary Problems in Spain and Spanish America, p.21
Cole, A Report on Research in Economic History, p. 49

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a. III, 1943 (Supplement Issue)
THE TASKS OF ECONOMIC HISTORY

PAPERS PRESENTED AT THE THIRD ANNUAL MEETING OF THE ECONOMIC HISTORY ASSOCIATION, PRINCETON, J., SEPTEMBER 3-4, 1943

C. P. Nettels, C. W. Wright, Economic Consequences of War, p.1
T. C. Cochran, T. F. Marburg, T. D. Clark, H. S. Dennison, Historical Aspects of Imperfect Competition, p. 27
F. K. Henrich, O. Handlin, L. Hartz, M. S. Heath, The Development of American Laissez Faire, p. 51
H. Rosenberg, R. A. Brady, M. E. Townsend, The Economic Impact of Imperial Germany, p.101
R. M. MacIver, History and Social Causation, p. 135


a. III, 1943, 2

Dunham, Industrial Life and Labor in France 1815-1848, p.117
Rayback, The American Workingman and the Antislavery Crusade, p.152
Lopez, European Merchants in the Medieval Indies, p. 164
O'Leary, Malthus's General Theory of Employment, p.185
Hunter, The Invention of the Western Steamboat, p. 201

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a. III, 1943, 1

Nef, The Industrial Evolution Reconsidered, p.1
Condron, The Knapheide Wagon Company 1848-1943, p.32
Stark, Saint-Simon as a Realist, p.42
Wilbur, Industrial Slavery in China, p. 56
Hammer, Rostovtzeff's "Hellenistic World ", p.70

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a. II, 1942 (Supplement Issue)
THE TASKS OF ECONOMIC HISTORY

PAPERS PRESENTED AT THE SECOND ANNUAL MEETING OF THE ECONOMIC HISTORY ASSOCIATION, WILLIAMSTOWN, MASS., SEPTEMBER 4-5, 1942

Innis, The Newspaper in Economic Development, p. 1
Mosk, Influence of Tradition on Agriculture in New Mexico, p.34
De Roover, Money, Banking, and Credit in Medieval Bruges, p.52
Wettereau, The Branches of the First Bank of the United States, p.66
Hammond, Location Theory and the Cotton Industry, p. 101

SYMPOSIUM on PROFITS and the ENTREPRENEUR
Cole, Entrepreneurship as an Area of Research, p.118
Knight, Profit and Entrepreneurial Functions, p. 126
Clark, Relations of History and Theory, p.132
Evans, A Theory of Entrepreneurship, p. 142


a. II, 1942, 2

Brown, Stephen Girard, Promoter of the Second U.S. Bank, p.125
Westermann, Industrial Slavery in Roman Italy, p. 149
Thrupp, Medieval Gilds Reconsidered, p. 164
Zinke, Six Letters from Malthus to Pierre Prévost, p.174
Goebel, British-American Rivalry in Chilean Trade, 1817-1820, p.190

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a. II, 1942, 1

Rezneck, Depression and American Opinion, 1857-1859, p.1
Weinstein, Land Hunger and Nationalism in the Ukraine, 1905-1917, p.24
Dubs, An Ancient Chinese Stock of Gold, p. 36
Smith, New Light on Some of America's "First "Families, p.40
Neilson, Early English Woodland and Waste, p. 54
Dillard, Keynes and Proudhon, p. 63
Bromberg, The Origin of Banking, p. 77

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a. I, 1941 (Supplement Issue)
THE TASKS OF ECONOMIC HISTORY

AND OTHER PAPERS PRESENTED AT THE FIRST ANNUAL MEETING OF THE ECONOMIC HISTORY ASSOCIATION, PRINCETON, J., SEPTEMBER 5-6, 1941

Nef, The Responsibility of Economic Historians, p. 1
Gay, The Tasks of Economic History, p. 9
Bladen, Mill to Marshall: The Conversion of the Economists, p.17
Johnson, New Tools for the Economic Historian, p.30
Thrupp, Social Control in the Medieval Town, p. 39
Hidy, Anglo-American Merchant Bankers, 1815-1860, p. 53
Evans, Business Incorporations: Their Nature and Significance, p.67
Havens, Laissez Faire Theory in Presidential Messages, p.86
Danhof, Economic Validity of the Safety-Valve Doctrine, p.96
Heaton, The Early History of the Economic History Association, p.107
Clough, The Economic History of a Young Corporation, p. 110


a. I, 1941, 2

Gazley, Arthur Young and :The Society of Arts, p. 129
Scoville, Technology and the French Glass Industry,1640-1740, p.153
Walker, The Classical Economists and the Factory Acts, p.168
Heaton, Non-Importation, 1806-1812, p. 178
Hoover, Interstate Redistribution of Population, 1850-1940, p.199
Rostow, Business Cycles, Harvests, and Politics: 1790-1850, p.206

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a. I, 1941, 1

Albion, Early Nineteenth-Century Shipowning, p. 1
Dunham, How the First French Railways Were Planned, p. 12
Kuznets, Statistics and Economic History, p. 26
Creamer, Recruiting Contract Laborers for the Amoskeag Mills, p. 42
Smith, Life Insurance in Fifteenth-Century Barcelona, p. 57
Gates, Land Policy and Tenancy in the Prairie States, p. 60
Carman, Terence Vincent Powderly - An Appraisal, p. 83
Usher, Institutional Methodology in Economic History, p. 88

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