The Journal of European Economic History

Roma, Unicredit group
ISSN: 0391-5115
Conservata in: Prato, Fondazione Istituto Internazionale di Storia Economica"F. Datini", Coll: Riv. 5
Consistenza: a. 7, 1978, 2-3 -
Lacune: a. 21, 1992, 1; a. 21, 1992, 2; a. 23, 1994, 2- a. 23, 1994, 3; a. 24, 1995, 2 - a. 25, 1996, 3; a. 26, 1997, 3-v. 28, 1999, 3;

Conservata in: Prato, Istituto culturale e di documentazione Lazzerini - Fondo Melis
Consistenza: a. 1, 1972, 1-7, 1978, 1

Conservata in: Università degli Studi di Firenze, Biblioteca di Scienze Sociali
Punto di servizio: Economia, Coll.:RIV IT 0861
Consistenza: 1(1972);5(1976)-6(1977);9(1980)-
Lacune: a. 28, 1999, 3; a. 33, 2004, 3; a. 34, 2005, 1; a. 34, 2005, 3; a. 35, 2006, 1;
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copertina della rivista

v. 46, 2017, 3

Marcella Mulino, Luisa Giallonardo, Lelio P. Iapadre, Matteo Cipriani, The European Economic Community and Italian Regional Disparities, 1951-1987, p. 9
Giovanni Gregorini, A Value to Labour. The ILO and the Process of European Economic Integration During the 1950s, p. 51

Flavio Felice, Luca Sandonà, Italian Values-Grounded Liberalism and the German Social Market Economy: A Transnational Convergence Behind the Treaty of Rome of 1957, p. 95

Francesco Dandolo, Cooperation and Investment for the Development of Southern Italy from a European and International Perspective, 1950-1960, p. 121

Jairus Banaji, Paolo Tedesco, Giuseppe Salvioli’s Capitalism in the Ancient World, p. 145

v. 46, 2017, 2

Jedrzej Bialkowski, Ehud I. Ronn, Financial Markets Facing Apocalypse in World War Il, p. 9
Pedro Reis Leão, Emanuel Reis Leão, Diptes CP Bhimjee, The 2007-2009 Subprirne Crisis and the Global Public Policy Response, p. 51

Rodney Edvinsson, Therese Nordlund Edvinsson, New Estimates of Time Use in Sweden 1950-2012, p. 77

Papers by Paolo Tedesco (ed), Yannis Stouraitis, Michele Campopiano, Salvatore Cosentino, Federico Montinaro, John Haldon's The Empire That Would Not Die: A Symposium, p. 117
Paolo Tedesco, The Political Economy of Survival: The Eastern Roman Empire's Transition to the Early Middie Ages, p. 119
Yannis Stouraitis, ldentity as ldeology in the Empire that Would Not Die, p. 129
Michele Campopiano, The End of an Era? The lmpact of Early Islamic Expansion on Economic and Social Structures in the Byzantine East, p. 139
Salvatore Cosentino, The “Empire That Would Not Die” Looks West, p. 151
Federico Montinaro, Killing “Empire”: Goldilocks and the Three Byzantine Kommerkiarioi, p. 165

Bibliography of the Symposium, p. 173
Book Reviews, p. 181
Books Received, p. 193

v. 46, 2017, 1

The Stall and New Start of the 1950s: European Integration at the Crossroads, p. 7

Mika Kallionen, The Nature of Competition: Finnish Cartels in the Interwar Period, p. 11
Ricardo Ferraz, The Sustainability of Portuguese Fiscal Policy in the Period of the Estado Novo, 1933-1974, p. 37

Peter A. Riach, Historical “Real Wage Gaps”: A Lesson for Economists from Economic History, p.71

Nuno Valério, Contribution to a Model of Very-Long-Term Economic Development, p. 85

Book Reviews, p. 111
Books Received, p. 125

v. 45, 2016, 3

The Stall and New Start of the 1950s: European Integration at the Crossroads, p. 7

Veronika Hyden-Hanscho, Invisible Globalization: French Hats in Habsburg Vienna, 1650-1750, p. 11
Declan Curran,Mounir Mahmalat, Interrogating the "Crisis-Reform" Hypothesis: A Case-Study of Poor Law Reform in Post-Famine Ireland, p. 55
Peter Hedberg, The Impact of World War I on Sweden's Foreign Trade and Growth, p. 83

Tereza Krcek, The Incomes of the Population of the Czech Lands Between the Two World Wars, p. 107

Andrey Alexakha, A Model of Social Progress, p. 137

Book Reviews, p. 213
Books Received, p. 235
Referees (2016), p. 239

v. 45, 2016, 2

The Stall and New Start of the 1950s: European Integration at the Crossroads, p. 7

Sébastien Guex, Trading Art: The Evolution of the World Art Market Since 1967 and How Switzerland Became a Major Player, p. 11
Alessandro Albanese Ginammi,Giampaolo Conte, Greek Bailouts in Historical Perspective: Comparative Case Studies, 1893 and 2010, p. 51
George Christopoulos, Comparing Labour Market Reform in Greece and Italy in the 1990s, p. 87

Fabrizio Filioli Uranio, The Funding of the Papal Fleet in the War Against the Turks: Public Debt, New Taxes and Collection Problems (1526-1588), p. 115
Dag Retsö, Between Frugality and Prosperity: Standard of Living and Consumption Patterns of Castle Personnel in Early 16th Century Sweden, p. 143

Reviews Article, p. 179
Book Reviews, p. 197
Books Received, p. 217

v. 45, 2016, 1

The Stall and New Start of the 1950s: European Integration at the Crossroads, p. 7

John A. Davis, Peter Mathias CBE (1928-2016), p. 11

Guido Alfani,Roberta Frigeni, Inequality (Un)perceived: The Emergence of a Discourse on Economic Inequality from the Middle Ages to the Age of Revolution, p. 21
Valerio Torreggiani, Towards an Orderly Society. Capitalist Planning and Corporatist Ideology in Britain in the Great Slump (1931-1934), p. 67
Elisabeth Paulet, Regulation and Stability of Banks in Large-scale Crises: An Historical Approach, p. 99

José Antonio Mateos Royo, Reconsidering Craft Guilds in Times of Decline: Regional Institutions and Urban Textile Artisans in Seventeenth-Century Aragon, p. 121

Paul Caruana-Galizia, How Can We Measure Sub-National Institutions? Some Ideas and Empirical Tests on European Regions, 1870-1910, p. 163

Book Reviews, p. 203

v. 44, 2015, 3

Jari Eloranta, Maria Cristina Moreira, Lauri Karvonen, Between Conflicts and Commerce: The Impact of Institutions and Wars on Swedish-Portuguese Trade, 1686-1815, p. 9
Álvaro Aragón Ruano, The Mediterranean Connections of Basque Ports (1700-1841): Trade, Trust and Networks, p. 51
Daniel J. Shaw, An Economic Perspective on the Irish Tithe War of 1831-1838, p. 91
Ekaterina Khaustova, Paul Richard Sharp, A Note on Danish Living Standards using Historical Wage Series, 1731-1913, p. 143
Carlos Barciela, The Disasters of Leviathan: The Economic Crisis of Autarky in Spain, 1939-1959, p. 175

Reviews of Books, p. 203
Books Received, p. 241

v. 44, 2015, 2


Nuno Valerio, Political Independence and Technical Independence of Central Banks: A Crucial Distinction for European Monetary and Banking Union, p. 9
Marcella Mulino, Luisa Giallonardo, Beatrice Gorga, Systemic Shocks and Financial Crises: Lessons from Argentina, 1991-2001, p. 39
Simone Silva de Deos, Olivia Bullio, Ana Rosa Ribeiro de Mendonça, Banking-System Transformation After the Crisis and Their Impacts on Regulation, p. 77

Francesco Baldi, Marcello Bredice, Roberto Di Salvo, Bank-Crises Management Practices in Italy (1978-2015) and their Perspectives in the Italian Cooperative Credit Network, p. 115

Alexandre Favaro Lucchesi, Financial Integration and Banking Regulation in Europe in Contemporary Capitalism, p. 161

Reviews of Books, p. 205
Books Received, p. 233

v. 44, 2015, 1

Call for paper, p. 7

Alexandre Reichart, French Monetary Policy (1981-1985): A Constrained Policy, between Volcker Shock, the EMS and Macroeconomic Imbalances, p. 11
Emanuele C. Colombo,Marco Dotti, Social Configurations of Municipal Debt (State of Milan, XVII-XVIIIth Centuries), p. 47
Yasushi Nakamura, Money Supply and Foreign-Trade Taxes in the Soviet Union: An International Comparison Using New Soviet Data, p. 85

Marcella Lorenzini, The Credit Market and Notaries in Verona in the Second Half of the Seventeenth Century, p. 123

Roberto Giulianelli, The State and the Sea. Economic Policy for the Shipbuilding and the Marine-Equipment Industry in Italy Between the Two World Wars, p. 151

Reviews of Books, p. 187
Books Received, p. 211

v. 43, 2014, 3

Call for paper, p. 7

Bertrand Blancheton, Financial Improvisations during World War I in France: Issues of Liquidity, p. 11
Gerard Mc Cann, Protectionism and the "Economic War" in Interwar Ireland, p. 39
Giampaolo Conte, Gaetano Sabatini, The Ottoman External Debt and Its Features Under European Financial Control (1881-1914), p. 69

Giovanni Gregorini, Church and Finance in Modern Italy: Some Historiographical Comments, p. 99

Lawrence Stryker, "Sharp Practice" among Merchants in Seventeenth-Century Amsterdam (1620-1632), p. 131

Reviews of Books, p. 165
Books Received, p. 183

v. 43, 2014, 1-2

Call for paper, p. 7

Elisabeth Paulet, Miia Parnaudeau, Tamyn Abdessemed, Banking Behaviour in Large-Scale Crises: Lessons from History, p. 11
Conceptión Betrán, Maria A. Pons, Pablo Martín-Aceña, 150 Years of Financial Regulation in Spain. What Can We Learn?, p. 35
Elena Maria García Guerra, The Deflation of 1652 Fractional Coin: Bad Business for the Castilian Tax System in Early-Modern Castile, p. 83

Stefano Palermo, An Attempt at Modernizing the Use of Assets in Italian Nation Building. The Boncompagni Ludovisi Family (1841-1896), p. 125

Peter Hedberg, Did British and German Trade Regionalisation Trigger Commodity-Market Disintegration during the Interwar Years? Empirical Evidence from the Scandinavian Countries, p. 157

Herman Van der Wee, Kristof Glamann, p. 195

Reviews of Books, p. 201
Books Received, p. 235

v. 42, 2013, Single issue

Editor's note, p. 7

Pablo Martín-Aceña,Elena Martínez-Ruiz,Pilar Nogues-Marco, The Bank of Spain: A National Financial Institution, p. 11
Jorge Gelman, Economic Inequalities in Nineteenth-Century Argentina, p. 47
Pál Germuska, Socialist Miracle? Hungarian Industrial Development Policy and Economic Growth, 1950-1975, p. 87

Tamar Herzog, Merchants and Citizens: On the Making and Un-making of Merchants in Early-Modern Spain and Spanish America, p. 137
Paola Nardone, Diplomacy and International Commerce in the 18th Century Adriatic: The Case of the French Consulate in the Port of Ancona, p. 165

Giuseppe De Luca, Informal Credit and Economic Modernization in Milan (1802-1840), p. 211

Gaetano Sabatini, Gonzalo Anes Álvarez (1931-2014), p. 237

Reviews of Books, p. 243
Books Received, p. 267

copertina della rivista

v. 41, 2012, 3

Cristina Roda Alcantud, The modernization of the naval military industry in Spain during the l9th century: the example of Cartagena's arsenal, p. 11
Nuno Valerio, Reflections on the causes and consequences of the lack of international cooperation during the interwar period. Lessonsfrom the past?, p. 45

Claudio Marsilio, The Genoese and Portuguesefinancial operator's control of the Spanish silver market (1627-1657), p. 69

Paul Caruana-Galizia, Mediterranean Labour-Market Integration: Maltese real wages in a regional context, 1836-1913, p. 93

Reviews, p. 125

v. 41, 2012, 2

Ola H. Grytten, Arngrim Hunnes, Gender-specific labour-market convergence and family stability in Scandinavian Countries (1886-2007), p. 11
Andrea Leonardi, Italian credit cooperatives from 1918 to 1945, p. 51

Isabella Cecchini, Luciano Pezzolo, Merchants and institutions in early-modern Venice, p. 89

Nuno Valério, Europe in the mirror of Germany: to what extent does German unification (181S-1888)prefigure the unification of Europe 1947-...)?, p. 117

v. 41, 2012, 1

Paolo Guerrieri, Editor's note, p. 9

Jord Hanus, Income mobility and economic growth in the Low Countries in the sixteenth century, p. 15
Ralf Banken, Transnational business integration in Western European mining regions, 1890-1914, p. 51

Giuseppe Di Taranto, Towards a renewed theory of economic development: Hernando De Soto and institutionalist contractualism, p. 79

José Antonio Mateos Royo, The seventeeth-century depreciation of silver coinage in the crown of Aragon, p. 103

v. 40, 2011, 1-2-3


Michele Barbato, Paolo Savona, Note from the Editors, p. III
Peter Mathias, The Journal of European Economic History. A review of its existence over the forty years since its foundation in 1972, p. 11

1. Essays, Articles and Notes
1.1 By Author, p. 35
1.2 By Subjec, p. 105
1.3 By Area, p. 207
1.4 By Year, p. 285
2. Reviews of Books
2.1 By Author of Books, p. 393
2.2 By Year, p. 455

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