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ISSN: 0147-9032
Conservata in: Prato, Fondazione Istituto Internazionale di Storia Economica “F. Datini”, Coll: Riv. 40
Consistenza: a. I/1 (1977) -a. XXVIII, 2005, 4
Lacune: a. XXIII, 2000, 1, 2, 3, 4; a. XXVII, 2004, 1, 2;

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Consistenza: XII, 1989, 1-a. XXXV, 2012, 3-4
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a. XVIII, 1995, 4

H. R. Alker, If not Huntington’s “Civilizations”, Then Whose?, p. 533

M. De Oliver, Structural Consolidation: The Colorado Delta Region, 1900-10, p. 565
K.C. Schwartzman, The Historical and Global Nature of Dependent Development: A Time Series Analysis of Brazil and Mexico, 1901-80, pag. 589
E.J. McCaughan, National Autonomy in the New World Order: Perspectives from Cuba and Mexico, p. 633
P. González Casanova, Lo Particular y lo universal a fines del siglo XX, p. 657

Notes on Authors, p. 679
Abstracts, p. 680

a. XVIII, 1995, 3

T. Porter, Innovation in Global Finance: Impact on Hegemony and Growth Since 1000 AD, p. 387
T. Su, Changes in World Trade Networks: 1938, 1960, 1990, pag. 431
T. Boswell, Joya Misra, Cycles and Trends in the Early Capitalist World-Economy: An Analysis of Leading Sector Commodity Trades, 1500-1600/50-1750, p. 459
S. Chikhi, Question ouvrière et rapports sociaux en Algérie, p. 487

Notes on Authors, p. 530
Abstracts, p. 531

a. XVIII, 1995, 2

T.E. Turner, C.S. Benjamin, Not in Our Nature: The Male Deal and Corporate Solutions to the Debt-Nature Crisis, pag. 209

H.-H. Nolte, Internal Peripheries: From Andalucia to Tatarstan, pag. 209
S. Ciriacono, Land Reclamation: Dutch Windmills, Private Enterprises, and State Intervention, p. 281
C.H.A. Dassbach, Nurhan Davutyan, Jianping Dong, Barry Fay, Long Waves Prior to 1790: A Modest Contribution, p. 305

B. Lepetit, Les Annales aujourd’hui, pag. 329
I. Phimister, Africa Partitioned, p. 355

Notes on Authors, p. 383
Abstracts, p. 385

a. XVIII, 1995, 1

Special editors B.J. Silver, G. Arrighi, M. Dubofsky

B.J. Silver, Giovanni Arrighi, Melvyn Dubofsky, Introduction, pag. 1

Part I: The World Labor Research Working Group Project: Research Design
B.J. Silver, Labor Unrest and World-Systems Analysis: Premises, Concepts, and Measurement, p. 7
J. Faricellia Dangler, The Times (London) and the New York Times as Sources on World Labor Unrest, p. 35

Part II: Country Reliability Studies
G. Arrighi, Labor Unrest in Italy, 1880-1990, p. 51
M. Selden, Labor Unrest in China, 1831-1990, p. 69
M. Beittel, Labor Unrest in South Africa, 1870-1990, pag. 87
R.P. Korzeniewicz, Labor Unrest in Argentina, 1906-90, pag. 105
D. Quataert, Labor Unrest in Egypt, 1906-90, p. 117
M. Dubofsky, Labor Unrest in the United States, 1906-90, pag. 125
J. Casparis, Giovanni Arrighi, Labor Unrest in Germany, 1906-90, pag. 137

Part III: World-Scale Patterns
Beverly J. Silver, World-Scale Patterns of Labor-Capital Conflict: Labor Unrest, Long Waves, and Cycles of World Hegemony, pag. 155
Appendix 1: Construction of Labor. Unrest Indicators, p. 188
Appendix 2: Labor Unrest “Maximum mentions Series”, 1906-90, p. 190

World Labor Group, Data Collection Instructions, pag. 195
World Labor Group, Geographical Spread of Mentions of Labor Unrest, 1906-90, p. 201

Notes on Authors, p. 206
Abstracts, p. 207

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a. XVII, 1994, 4

M. Selden, Pathways from Collectivization: Socialist and Post-Socialist Agrarian Alternatives in Russia and China, pag. 423
A. Abdel-Malek, Historical Initiative: The New “Silk Road”, pag. 451

R. Mukherjee, The Story of Kasimbazar: Silk Merchants and Commerce in Eighteenth-Century India, p. 499
P. Sione, Patterns of International Migration: Italian Silk Workers in New Jersey, USA, p. 555 Notes on Authors, p. 577
Abstracts, p. 579

a. XVII, 1994, 3

G. Aseniero, South Korean and Taiwanese Development: The Transnational Context, p. 275
S. Amin, The Future of Global Polarization, p. 337

R. Grosfoguel, World Cities in the Caribbean: The Rise of Miami and San Juan, p. 351
Ç. Keyder, A. Öncü, Globalization of a Third-World Metropolis: Istanbul in the 1980’s, p. 383

Notes on Authors, p. 422
Abstracts, p. 423

a. XVII, 1994, 2

W.H. McNeill, The Fall of Great Powers: An Historical Commentary, pag. 123
W.G. Martin, The World-Systems Perspective in Perspective: Assessing the Attempt to Move Beyond Nineteenth-Century Eurocentric Conceptions, p. 145
T. Banuri, Noah’s Ark or Jesus’ Cross? UNCED as a Tale of Two Cities, p. 187
W.A. Dunaway, The Southern Fur Trade and the Incorporation of Southern Appalachia into the World-Economy, 1690-1763, pag. 215
J. Mac Laughlin, Emigration and the Peripheralization of Ireland in the Global Economy, p. 243

Notes on Authors, p. 275
Abstracts, p. 276

a. XVII, 1994, 1

A. Gunder Frank, Inside Out or Outside In?, p. 1
E. Mandel, Reply, p. 7
D.M. Gordon, Reply, p. 9

S.K. Sanderson, The Transition from Feudalism to Capitalism: The Theoretical Significance of the Japanese Case, p. 15
M. Metzler, Capitalist Boom, Feudal Bust: Long Waves in Economics and Politics in Pre-Industrial Japan, p. 57

Notes on Authors, p. 120
Abstracts, p. 121

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a. XVI, 1993, 4

Special editors: Ç. Keyder, Y. Eyüp Ozveren, D. Quataert

The Editors, Preface, p. V
R. Kasaba, Izmir, p. 387
E. Frangakis-Syrett, Patras, p. 411
A. Üner Turgay, Trabzon, p. 435
Y. Eyüp Özveren, Beirut, p. 467
B.C. Gounaris, Salonica, p. 499
Ç. Keyder, Y. Eyüp Özveren, D. Quataert, Port-Cities in the Ottoman Empire: Some Theoretical and Historical Perspectives, p. 519

a. XVI, 1993, 3

P. Waterman, Social-Movement Unionism: A New Union Model for a New World Order?, p. 245
J. Batou, Nineteenth-Century Attempted Escapes from the Periphery: The Cases of Egypt and Paraguay, p. 279
M.S. Yoder, The Latin American Plantation System and the World-Economy: The Case of the Yucatecan Henequen Industry
Finland in the World-System
, p. 319

Y. Kaukiainen, Finland and the Core: Stages of Integration (c. 1600-1850), pag. 341
M. Peltonen, The Peasant Economy and the World Market: Finnish Peasant Farming in the Age of Agrarian Crises, 1880’s-1910’s, pag. 357

Notes on Authors, p. 383
Abstracts, p. 384

a. XVI, 1993, 2

T. Stewart, The Third World Debt Crisis: A Long Waves Perspective, p. 117
A. Soto Carmona, Long Cycle of Social Conflict in Spain (1868-1986), p. 173
J.A. Reilly, From Workshops to Sweatshops: Damascus Textiles and the World- Economy in the Last Ottoman Century, p. 199
L.C. Barbosa, The World-System and the Destruction of the Brazilian Amazon Rain Forest, p. 215

Notes on Authors, p. 383
Abstracts, p. 384

a. XVI, 1993, 1

J. Smith, We Irish Women: Gender, History, and the World-Economy European Peripheries, p. 1

Ç. Keyder, The Dilemma of Cultural Identity on the Margin of Europe, p. 19
N. Valerio, Local Economies and the World-Economy: Nineteenth Century Tras-os-Montes, p. 35
E. Vanhaute, Processes of Peripheralization in a Core Region: The Campine Area of Antwerp in the “Long” Nineteenth Century, p. 57

H.H. Stahl, Theories des processus de [modernisation] des Principautes Danubiennes et de l’ancien Royaume de Roumanie (1850-1920), p. 85

Notes on Authors, p. 113
Abstracts, p. 115

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a. XV, 1992, 4

I. Wallerstein, The West, Capitalism, and the Modern World-System, p. 561
B.K. Gills, A. Gunder Frank, World System Cycles, Crises, and Hegemonial Shifts, 1700 BC to 1700 AD, p. 621

Notes on Authors, p. 383
Abstracts, p. 384

a. XV, 1992, 3

Special editor Ch. Chase-Dunn

Ch. Chase-Dunn, The Comparative Study of World-Systems, p. 313
J. Friedman, General Historical and Culturally Specific Properties of Global Systems, p. 335
R. Collins, The Geopolitical and Economic World-Systems of Kinship-Based and Agrarian-Coercive Societies, p. 373
P. O’Brien, The “World-System” of Cahokia within the Middle Mississippi Tradition, p. 389
R. Blanton, S. Kowalewski, G. Feinman, The Mesoamerican World-System, p. 419
S. Upham, G. Feinman, L. Nicholas, New Perspectives on the Southwest and Highland Mesoamerica: A Macroregional Approach, p. 427
M. Allen, The Mechanisms of Underdevelopment: An Ancient Mesopotamian Example, p. 453
J. Fitzpatrick, The Middle Kingdom, the Middle Sea, and the Geographical Pivot of History, p. 477
K. P. Moseley, Caravel and Caravan: West Africa and the World-Economies, ca. 900-1900 AD, p. 523

Notes on Authors, p. 557
Abstracts, p. 559

a. XV, 1992, 2

C.A. Aguirre Rojas, Between Marx and Braudel: Making History, Knowing History, p. 175
G. Arrighi, T.K. Hopkins, I.Wallerstein, 1989, The Continuation of 1968, p. 221
A. M. van der Woude, The Future of West European Agriculture: An Exercise in Applied History, p. 243
F. Garcia Arganaras, The Mechanisms of Accomodation: Bolivia, 1952-71, p. 257

Notes on Authors, p. 383
Abstracts, p. 384

a. XV, 1992, 1

I. Wallerstein, The Challenge of Maturity: Whither Social Science?, p. 1
B. de Sousa Santos, A Discourse on the Sciences, p. 9
P. Rosenau, Modern and Post-Modern Science: Some Contrasts, p. 49
I. Stengers, Les “nouvelles sciences”, modèles ou défi?, p. 91
R. Lee, Readings in the “New Science”: A Selective Annotated Bibliography, p. 113

Notes on Authors, p. 172
Abstracts, p. 173

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a. XIV, 1991, 4

B. Echeverría, Modernidad y capitalismo: Quince tesis, p. 471
R.A. Denemark, The State in Zambia and Chile: The Role of Linkage to the World-Economy, p. 517
D. Broad, Global Economic Restructuring and the (Re) Casualization of Work in the Center: With Canadian Illustrations, p. 555

Notes on Authors, p. 383
Abstracts, p. 384

a. XIV, 1991, 3

S. Amin, The Ancient World-Systems versus the Modern Capitalist World-System, p. 349
P.J. Taylor, Political Geography Within World-Systems Analysis, p. 387
L. Thompson, The Structures and Vicissitudes of Reproduction: Households in Mexico, 1876-1970, p. 403
J. Davies, Letter from Tyneside, in the Semiperiphery of the Semicore: A U.K. Experience, p. 437

D. Senghaas, Friedrich List and the Basic Problems of Modern Development, p. 451

Notes on Authors, p. 468
Abstracts, p. 469

a. XIV, 1991, 2

G. Chand, The United States and the Origins of the Trusteeship System Long Waves: Theory and Data, p. 171

L. Fontvieille, Long Cycle Theory: Dialectical and Historical Analysis, p. 233
D.M. Gordon, Inside and Outside the Long Swing: The Endogeneity/Exogeneity Debate and the Social Structures of Accumulation Approach, p. 263
A. Grubler, N. Nakicenovic, Long Waves, Technology Diffusion, and Substitution, p. 313

Notes on Authors, p. 383
Abstracts, p. 384

a. XIV, 1991, 1

J.C. Escudero, The Logic of the Biosphere, the Logic of Capitalism: Nutrition in Latin America, p. 1

M.-R. Trouillot, Anthropology as Metaphor: The Savage’s Legacy and the Postmodern World, p. 29
A. Ghosh, The Stricture of Structure, or the Appropriation of Anthropological Theory, p. 55

B. Chandra, Colonial India: British versus Indian Views of Development, p. 81

Notes on Authors, p. 168
Abstracts, p. 169